It feels nice in the hand, all the main tools work well, and I like it. It’s a handy thing and is well made. However – the ‘signal’ aspect of the tool – the whistle and firelighter are a little silly. I can’t really imagine them being very useful, and anyone going somewhere serious with actual survival needs should be carrying full-size, regular survival kit, not these fiddly little things.
Retailing at around £125 in the UK, I’d be hard pressed to spend my own money on it, but it’s a very nice thing nonetheless.
- Practical functionality
- Great build quality overall
- A bit expensive
- Bonus features are less useful than we'd like