Thursday, September 21, 2017

101 Items for Your EDC Bag

What do you carry with you every day?  Do you carry the things you might need in an emergency along with your everyday necessities?  While you probably won't need to carry 101 items with you everyday, here are some ideas for things you should consider carrying with you at all times:
  1. Bag (day pack, messenger bag, etc)
  2. Keys
  3. Watch
  4. Wallet/ID
  5. Cash/coins/credit cards
  6. Pre-paid cards (gas, restaurants, coffee shops, subway, etc)
  7. Business cards
  8. Print out of emergency contacts (kept in wallet)
  9. Pen
  10. Mini Sharpie marker
  11. Small notebook
  12. Cell phone/charger
  13. Tablet/laptop/charger
  14. UBS battery charger
  15. Spare batteries (for flashlight, radio, etc)
  16. Earbuds
  17. Mini USB drive (formatted, blank)
  18. Mini USB drive (with all back up files on it)
  19. Spare SD cards (regular and micro)
  20. Small GPS tracker tags
  21. Mini solar charger
  22. Sunglasses
  23. Sunscreen
  24. Hand lotion
  25. Personal items (glasses, hearing aids/batteries, denture cream, contacts/solution, etc)
  26. Bottle of water
  27. Mini thermos/stainless insulated water bottle
  28. Carabiner
  29. Paracord bracelet
  30. Mini super glue
  31. Packet of tissues
  32. Wet Wipes
  33. Dental floss
  34. Bandaids
  35. Moleskin
  36. Packet of Tylenol/aspirin
  37. Packet of benadryl
  38. Packet of antacid
  39. Alcohol wipes
  40. Antibiotic ointment packet
  41. Cough drops
  42. Regular prescription meds
  43. Emergency prescription meds (antibiotics, pain killers, etc)
  44. Glucose tabs
  45. Electrolyte tabs
  46. Energy gels
  47. Lip balm/make up
  48. Safety pins
  49. Rubber bands
  50. Paper clips
  51. Razor blade
  52. Nail clippers
  53. Nail file
  54. Needle
  55. Vitamins
  56. Condom
  57. Tampon
  58. Bandanna
  59. Lighter
  60. Matches
  61. Magnesium fire stick
  62. Gum/breath mints
  63. Granola bars
  64. Packets: soup, coffee, tuna, dried fruit, etc.
  65. Chocolate/candy
  66. Pocket knife
  67. Multi tool
  68. Small compass
  69. Credit card multi tool
  70. Small handgun
  71. Spare ammo/magazine
  72. Holster
  73. Locking/fixed blade knife
  74. Small whistle
  75. Mini flashlight
  76. Zip ties
  77. Ziploc bag
  78. Plastic garbage bag
  79. Mylar emergency blanket
  80. Tiny AM/FM radio
  81. Hat
  82. Small mirror
  83. Mini can opener
  84. Small spool of thin wire
  85. Spork/chopsticks
  86. Duct tape
  87. Mace/pepper spray
  88. Water purification tabs
  89. Gloves 
  90. Umbrella
  91. Light jacket
  92. Rain gear (rain jacket, rain poncho, etc)
  93. Mini sewing kit
  94. Thin glow sticks (bracelet and necklace size)
  95. Small flasher safety light
  96. Toiletries (toothpaste/toothbrush, comb, deodorant, etc)
  97. Laser pointer
  98. Fresnel lens
  99. Couple of individually wrapped toothpicks
  100. Roll of fluorescent fabric 
  101. Small tube of petroleum jelly

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    Kristina

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