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Five in One Whistle with Compass Light and Thermometer Pocket Survival Tool Clips to Pack or Belt Loop

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Pocket survival tool is small enough to carry anywhere and clips to your pack or belt loop; includes a high-decibel distress whistle, compass, magnifying glass, thermometer, and LED light. Bargain priced so you can equip your whole squad. Firmly press down on the compass to activate light, magnifier needs to be held in place.

All Military surplus products are used, the condition of the products varies, and the quantities may be limited. Unfortunately, we can not accept backorders or returns on any surplus products. Surplus condition scale:
Grade I Used in like new to excellent condition. Grade II Used in good condition, may show minor use.
Grade III Used in fair condition, will show normal wear and tear from daily use. 
Total number of Reviews: 3

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5.0 5
"I have to say this product is very good for the money. I had this since i was a little tike and I am 16 years old now. I have the model that seems a little more cheaply made than this but see that the compass works decent, the thermometer is good, and the magnifying glass is strong for it's size. This Whistle may not be the loudest but it is definitely better than the everyday dollar store whistle."
5.0 5
"i have 5 of these whistles. im 43 yrs old. i have 1 in my truck, a hiking pack(waist pac) and 1 in several different survival kits. the whistle is very loud. louder than the howler and alot cheaper. very wise choice."
2.0 5
"Based upon previous reviews, I purchased a couple of these for survival kits. It is a cute idea, poorly executed. The whistle is high pitched but, not tuned.To activate the LED flashlight, you push on the compass with enough force to make your thumb go numb, producing enough light to see maybe 2 ft. The magnifying glass is just another gimic. This is OK as a novelty item but, you should spend a little extra on something better if you intend to rely upon it in a real emergency."