If you know who Practical Preppers are then you’ll want to pay attention. If you don’t know who they are, Practical Preppers are two well-known YouTube personalities, Scott Hunt (aka. Engineer775
Once upon a time I had purchased an and I wasn’t very impressed for the $50 I spent. Sure it had all the bells and whistles but there was something about it that I didn’t like… perhaps the hand crank, I don’t know. Seems I got rid of it –probably gave it to somebody–and
This is marketed as a survival multi-tool, in particular, for your vehicle because of the tools included. According to the Amazon description:
- “Includes flashlight, glass breaker, seatbelt cutter, distress light, magnetic base, USB connection, hand crank charging and compass included.
- USB to micro cable.
- Comes with convenient user guide.
- Can charge most mobile devices. Phone and charging cables not included.
- Compatible with iPhone iPod and works with Android Phones.”
The Champ Survival Sidekick: Flashlight and Distress Light
First and foremost this is a flashlight. It features 3 LED bulbs and for a flashlight that doesn’t run on alkaline batteries (there’s an internal
[Editor’s Note: This is a review done by one of reThinkSurvival.com’s fans, Douglas. I do appreciate his review of this product greatly and hope it helps you.]
What they say:
WeatherFlow is proud to announce the WeatherFlow Wind Meter –
Let me start off by saying that I’m really beginning to like multi-purpose flashlights like the . At a cost of $30 shipped it’s almost a steal!
Satechi Lightmate Specs from Amazon:
- High-brightness, portable LED light – safe, long lasting, and highly visible
- Safe and efficient mobile power – USB charging port with cable included
- Long-distance flash light – 5 different lighting modes: bright, medium, dim, SOS, and strobe
- High-strength alloy steel emergency glassbreaker
- Waterproof and durable – can withstand inclement weather, accidental submersion, or spills
My thoughts on theSatechi Lightmate:
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