Wazoo Survival Gear

Posted on: December 9, 2015

Hey folks, I wanted to take a moment to introduce you to my new friends over at Wazoo Survival Gear. I’ve known about Wazoo for a few months now and have been chatting quite a bit with one of the owners, Dustin. Wazoo first popped on my radar when I received a few of their products in a Battlbox a while back. I was pretty impressed with the Bushcraft Leather Necklace . What I like about the necklace is that it gives you one more option when it comes to fire making, an option that not only is small and lightweight but one that looks pretty damn cool!

I got in touch with Wazoo and let them know how much I liked the necklace. We got to chatting about this, that, and the other thing and they sent me some goodies to get my opinion on them.

Ranger Bands have been around for a while. Basically, they are ultra-strong rubber bands, often made at home by cutting apart rubber inner tubes from bicycle tires. The ones sold here are very similar, though I think they might be a tad stronger. They sell them in different sizes and they are a great add-on to an order. They work great at securing gear.

Their Fire Steel Toggle works great, too. It is the same one that comes on the Bushcraft Leather Necklace. It is small, only an inch long, but is the perfect size for a necklace or a paracord bracelet.

And then there’s this guy.

Called a Wazombie, it is far more than just a pretty(?) face. Hidden within is a fire steel and striker, 20 feet of cordage, a signal mirror, a needle, and a few very powerful magnets. Is it gimmicky? Yep, absolutely, no question about it. But, it is about as functional, perhaps more so, than many of the paracord survival bracelets you see everywhere. A Wazombie would make a great holiday gift for the prepper or preppette on your shopping list.

I like Wazoo Survival Gear. They have their heads and their hearts in the right place. They’re creating innovative products designed to help you should an emergency arise. Plus, they’re not afraid to have a little fun along the way.

They aren’t paying me to be a shill for them, either. You folks should know by now that I don’t just get behind any old company or product that comes down the pike. These guys are the real deal, check them out here.

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