$10 dollar survival kit

Taking on the challenge of the $10 Dollar Store Survival Kit from Cody on WranglerStar

Categories: Survival Gear

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  1. Poormans Prepper
    Poormans Prepper 27 June, 2016, 10:52

    Nice kit for Tokyo. I imagine Godzilla comes though now and then and wipes out the power lines. :)

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  2. TheRos4211
    TheRos4211 27 June, 2016, 10:52

    nice little kit.

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  3. Samantha Mastanduono
    Samantha Mastanduono 27 June, 2016, 10:52

    Great job! But you MUST see my $10 Australian version! I spent $9.75!! A must watch 🙂 I really would like to hear what you think of the choices I made.

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  4. ItsJuhd
    ItsJuhd 27 June, 2016, 10:52

    This was awesome! 100 Yen shops look to be better than Dollar Stores here in the US :)

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  5. Bushcraft Family
    Bushcraft Family 27 June, 2016, 10:52

    In my challenge video that blanket would have been nice to find :D

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  6. Deejo
    Deejo 27 June, 2016, 10:52

    Very good job!

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  7. The Smart Budget Channel
    The Smart Budget Channel 27 June, 2016, 10:52

    cool video. That's better than a Dollar Tree store. thumbs up (+1).

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  8. sirroxalot
    sirroxalot 27 June, 2016, 10:52

    They sell kamas in the 100 yen store?! That's awesome.

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  9. tenminutetokyo
    tenminutetokyo 27 June, 2016, 10:52

    How did you move there?

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  10. enzed2008
    enzed2008 27 June, 2016, 10:52

    Looks amazing, but I have concerns on how you would open that can of beans. Would you need a can opener? or would you use your knife to stab at it? The pull tab on the tuna, is smart thinking. You could use those lids to hold the candles on.

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  11. Mario Amaya
    Mario Amaya 27 June, 2016, 10:52

    wow this was really cool

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  12. jelkel25
    jelkel25 27 June, 2016, 10:52

    Liked the look of the compass, I've only seen compasses in the UK in £ stores attached to whistles, they're quite unreliable/easy to break. In North West Europe I would put the matches and candles in a zip lock bag as rain/ damp seem to get into most things here and when you're under stress it keeps the items together and keeps them dry when you're getting things in and out the box. Wow, never seen a $, Loonie or £ store that neat!!!

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  13. Bill23799
    Bill23799 27 June, 2016, 10:52

    Arigato Stu. I like how you are multitasking items also in your kit. After you eat the beans and the Tuna you now have a can you can use to boil water to purify it. The Tuna can you can use as a cup. The big plastic container you can use to transport or catch water.

    I dont think anyone I have seen in the US has found a compass in a Dollar store. You got a nice knife and also good signaling device .

    I have never seen your channel before so I have thunbs upped and suibscribed

    Well done..

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  14. MEGA “JPlay” gamer167
    MEGA “JPlay” gamer167 27 June, 2016, 10:52

    70×20=1,400

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  15. tullahomaC
    tullahomaC 27 June, 2016, 10:52

    We were in Misawa for 4 years, miss the 100 Yen shops! The quality is/was so much better than the Dollar Store here in the states. Great sheath!

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  16. Kevin Levu
    Kevin Levu 27 June, 2016, 10:52
  17. MDPrepper
    MDPrepper 27 June, 2016, 10:52

    The compass and whistle are great additions. . .wish I could have found those in the US (as well as that mylar survival blanket)  Nice Job

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  18. Wordsnwood (Art Mulder)
    Wordsnwood (Art Mulder) 27 June, 2016, 10:52

    I think the whistle is possibly the most important thing…

    …art

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  19. Maine.Homestead.Project
    Maine.Homestead.Project 27 June, 2016, 10:52

    Great job. Cool to see a perspective from someone in another country.

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