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How to Charge Your Phone With a 9 Volt Battery
Here's a great tip that could come in handy. This video explains how to charge a cell phone with a car charger, a house key, and a 9 volt battery.
Prepping: A Beginner's Guide - Essential Items Needed for Disaster Preparation (Pt. 2) | Ready Nutrition
A prepper knows that there are possible threats, and it only makes sense to be as prepared as possible beginning with elemental disaster items to sustain basic needs (food, water, clothing and shelter) and then adding more preparedness layers onto it. However, many decide to expand their disaster supplies to encompass a longer duration in the case that emergency response is delayed. This is why preppers believe in having "back ups for their back ups."
Magnifying Glass in Leather with Paracord Neck Lanyard for Bushcraft, Outdoors, Naturalist
This is a Magnifying Glass in Leather with Paracord Neck Lanyard. The glass is a double convex 50mm Lens with a 15cm focal length. Yes, it's real glass, not plastic. The magnifying glass is held in a leather frame with a black paracord lanyard to wear around your neck. The leather holder is handmade from quality 6/7 oz veg-tanned tooling leather. It has been hand-stitched with tan waxed thread using a saddle stitch. It was dyed with several coats of dye and finished with leather wax. The…
Victorinox Swiss Army Swisstool Spirit X with Leather Pouch
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Bushcrafting with a Budget Kit - Trash Bag Shelter, Mora Companion, Cheap Saw and a Cook Cup
Bushcrafting with a Budget Kit - Trash Bag Shelter, Mora Companion, Cheap Saw and a Cook Cup. Putting to use the very first bushcraft kit I ever put together...