Large or Small? - I wouldn't call the large one a pocket-sized survival kitMy kit cover's most scenario's of Survival whether in the woods or in a Locked room.
I use a SUMA Tin for my ''Survival kit'' with some added E & E item's.
Exactly what I use.....except in bright yellow
Sorry for the digression....got excitedI appreciate the detailed post and its solid good thinking - layering your equipment and kit makes sense.
But to bring the thread back to being on point is there anything or product that you've found you've swapped out or upgraded due to technological or commercial availability?
As an example - Titan Survivor Cord is an all singing , all dancing Paracord alternative.
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No need to apologise - this was at least related to the general gist of the thread.Sorry for the digression....got excited
A lot of times these days I swap out the paracord out in favor or bank line (Catahoula Tarred, Braided Nylon Twine https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00Q76IWEC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_q-PvFbGFRPWHX)
I can carry more and it’s great for repairs and shelter construction.
I single packaged water purification tabs but often use a small (breathdrop) squeeze bottle of household bleach instead
And I always include a mini-bic lighter
Bingo, I carry one