Essential Journeys Kit™


The Only Kit You Need.

Introductory Price:

$64.99

A $140 Value

Equip yourself and your team with the necessities for any situation. The Essential Journeys Kit™ was designed specifically around five core functions: survival, travel, repair, communication, and health maintenance.

  • Each kit contains 40 separate high-quality items such as a flashlight, duct tape, compass, sewing kit, braided cord, multi-tool with blade and first-aid supplies.
  • The kit is assembled to be practical, multifunctional and provide a backup for essential personal items.
  • Small enough to fit into any luggage, day pack, vehicle or office.

Unique, high-quality and ready to serve you! Get your hands on the one bag you need to live the Neverest™ lifestyle.

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Essential Journeys Kit

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Over 200 Uses!

People are too often ill-prepared to meet the challenges inherent in urban, rural and remote areas. Traveling in remote or devastated areas increases the chance that basic supplies won't be available. Disasters and violent conflicts confront travelers with harsh environments that lack the bare necessities. Separate survival, first-aid and travel kits are bulky and not sufficient for the wide range of situations you might face. With these characteristics in mind, Neverest™ has created the Essential Journeys Kit™ to enable people not only to survive, but to thrive under difficult circumstances. The kit was designed specifically around five core functions: survival, travel, repair, communication and the maintenance of health.

  • Each kit contains 40 separate high-quality items such as a flashlight, duct tape, compass, sewing kit, braided cord, multi-tool with blade and first-aid supplies.
  • The kit is assembled to be practical, multifunctional and provide a backup for essential personal items.
  • Small enough to fit into any luggage, day pack, vehicle or office.

Equip yourself and your staff with core elements of an evacuation kit ("Go-Bag" or "Bug-Out-Bag") full of essentials.

  • Multi-tool with blade (1)
  • Hand cloth (1)
  • Matches (1)
  • Para-cord (20')
  • Pen (1)
  • Paper note cards (2)
  • Compass (1)
  • Flashlight (1)
  • Ear plugs (1)
  • Scissors (EMT type) (1)
  • Sewing kit (1)
  • Duct tape (1)
  • Lip balm (1)
  • Hand sanitizer (1)
  • Mirror (1)
  • Pain reliever (2)
  • Antihistamine (1)
  • Diarrhea treatment (1)
  • Drink flavoring (1)
  • Bandages (1)
  • Shampoo, soap (1)
  • Alcohol wipes (1)
  • Facial tissue (1)
  • Water purification mix (1)
  • Rubber bands (3)
  • Paperclips (3)
  • Razor (1)
  • Safety pins (3)
  • Cold remedy (1)
  • Aluminum foil (12"x12")
  • Candle (1)
  • Space blanket (1)
  • Tweezers (1)
  • Whistle (1)
  • Light-stick (1)
  • Carabineer (non-load bearing) (1)
  • Plastic bags (1)
  • Fishing line (10')
  • Zip-tie (2)
  • Kit bag (1)
  • Instructions (1)

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Description Qty / bag Ideas for Uses and Functions
Multi-tool with blade 1 Cutting, whittling, hole punch, scoring, opening a can, opening a bottle, driving screws (3 types), pincing, separating, plying, measuring, leveraging a stuck drawer, stripping and joining wires, repair a mechanical item (such as a bicycle or generator) or use as tongs for hot pots
Hand cloth 1 Clean, scrub, swat flies, soaking up water, sun protection, plug a hole, support an ankle (first aid), make a scarf or perform a magic trick
Matches 1 pack Light a camp fire for warmth, heating or cooking food, sterilize a needle, make a smoke fire for signaling, light a candle or cigarette, whip the ends of a rope, destroy documents or leave carbon graffiti
Para-cord 20' Lowering items, raising a parcel of food away from animals, drying clothes, shoe/boot lace, secure a tent/tarp, make a handle, mark out a transect, hang a picture, lanyard for an important item, strap for a hat, dog leash, expedient tourniquet, tie up a small boat, fix venetian blinds, caving line, "dummy cord" important equipment or lash two poles together
Pen 1 Writing, drawing, labeling, marking, punching a hole or tent stake
Paper note cards 2 Notes, pictures, paper cups, dust pan, wrapping small items or making airplanes, snowflakes and small masks
Compass 1 Finding direction, triangulating a position or pointing an antenna
Flashlight 1 Light, signaling or making a shadow for a puppet show
Ear plugs 1 Protecting hearing, plugging a small hole in a boat, toys for a child or fishing bobber
Scissors (EMT type) 1 Cutting, trimming hair, removing bandages or clothing, or insulators (using plastic handles)
Sewing kit 1 Fixing a hole or tear, joining pieces of cloth, attaching a button, stitching, piercing a blister (with a needle), wiping the ends of a rope or making an expedient compass
Duct tape 1 roll Joining two or more of anything, fixing a shoe or boot, cover a blister (not highly recommended), reduce friction, cover a handle, secure a splint or make a label
Lip balm 1 Protect lips
Hand sanitizer 1 Sterilize hands
Mirror 1 Signal, look around a corner or behind you or improve appearance
Pain reliever 2 packs Relieve pain from arthritis, back pain, toothache, headache, toothache or temporarily reduce fever
Antihistamine 1 pack Clear sinuses
Diarrhea treatment 1 pack Relieve symptoms associated with diarrhea
Drink flavoring 1 Improve hydration
Bandages 8 Protect a cut, affix paper or other objects
Shampoo, soap 1 Clean hair and body or bubble bath
Alcohol wipes 3 Sterilize a wound, clean the skin prior to an immunization, remove adhesive residue or clean a whiteboard of permanent marker
Facial tissue 1 pack Blow your nose, toilet paper, soak up sweat, clean glasses, remove makeup, wipe a table or cover a plate of food (from dust and flies)
Water purification mix 1 pack Sterilize water
Rubber bands 3 Secure objects together, close a plastic bag shut, change your hair style, annoy your friend (by shooting one at them), expedient finger or toe tourniquet
Paperclips 3 Join paper, repair simple items, use the end to reset some electronic devices (e.g. digital clocks), repair a drawer hinge or open a cellophane package
Razor 1 Make a precise cut, remove an old sticker from a mirror or glass, drain a blister, enlarge a snake bit to assist in removing the venom, sharpen a pencil or remove stitches
Safety pins 3 Secure pieces of cloth, attach bandages, hang up a blind, dry clothes, make expedient fish hooks, keep drapes closed or temporarily "lock" pockets on a bag to deter pickpockets
Cold remedy 1 pack Relieve symptoms associated with the common cold
Aluminum foil 12x12AcAA Use when coloring hair, cover food, funnel a liquid, reflect heat, line a pot or pan, cook potatoes or other food (in an oven or hot coals), make blizzard glasses to treat "white out, " improve antenna reception or make an impromptu sculpture (for more click here)
Candle 1 Provide light, brew tea or other beverages, boil water or improve the ambiance
Space blanket 1 Make shade, insulate body heat, make a shelter, ground cloth, make a solar still or signal others
Tweezers 1 Remove a splinter, remove unwanted hair, scrape or pull something out of a fire or boiling water or thread a needle
Whistle 1 Signal, referee a sports game, add to the atmosphere at Mardi Gras, use the cork pea as a fishing bobber or use the lanyard to tie other objects
Light-stick 1 Provide 12 hours of light, signal (attach to a short cord and spin in the air), party decoration, finger splint, door stopr or keep a window open
Carabineer
(non-load bearing)
1 Secure two ropes, expedient pulley, attach a water bottle to a bag, hang a light from the inside of a tent, secure keys to a belt or clip together chain links (e.g. on a gate)
Plastic bags 2 Separate items in a larger bag, collect waste, keep food fresh, collect water, keep clothes dry, keep wet objects separate from dry ones or use to pass through airport security
Fishing line 10AcAA Fish, sew, join two objects, keep a door closed or make a tripwire or snare (for small game in a survival situation)
Zip-tie 2 Join two objects, repair a hose joint, fix a backpack strap or lock the Essnetial Journeys Kit shut to prevent pilfering
Kit bag 1 Carry things, gather things, hanging things (when using the belt loop or strap) or last-resort pillow
Instructions 1 Information, inform others, leave a trail or use paper to start a fire or as a cup

Your Essential Journey's Kit has quite a pedigree and designed to help you wherever your adventures take you

As mountaineering gained popularity in the 1930s, enthusiasts of this first "extreme" sport needed advice on what they could expect and what to take along. Facing challenges posed by severe weather, climate and exposure, packing lists were developed to help climbers, hikers and backpackers. Kits were assembled that included the top "essentials" such as first aid materials, matches, a knife, a compass and a means to purify water. For decades, these basic supplies helped people survive and thrive through the most demanding situations.

Today, despite widely available modern conveniences, the challenges faced by the traveler and adventurer are no less than they were for the mountaineer. Traveling and being in the outdoors presents a range of challenges. In one trip, they may be exposed rural areas without potable water, electricity or functioning markets. Even urban areas in many parts of the world lack basic necessities. Following natural disasters including floods, earthquakes and severe storms can affect anyone. Excursions between underdeveloped areas and wilderness tracts increase the chance that essential supplies are needed.

Despite widely available modern conveniences, long-term travelers, journalists and foreign correspondents, security and military personnel, first responders, relief workers and consultants who work in the developing world face a range of challenges that demand preparedness and an ability to cope. In one trip, they may be exposed rural areas without potable water, electricity or functioning markets. Even urban areas in many parts of the world lack basic necessities.

The impact of natural disasters including floods, earthquakes and severe storms can affect anyone and for those working in dangerous locations, the likelihood of evacuation is ever present. It is standard operating procedure (SOP) for most private security companies, news bureaus and non-governmental organizations to have "Go-Bag" or "Bug Out Bags" of essentials. These bags are intended to be small (no larger than a small backpack) and contain just enough of the right supplies to last for several days to help get their staff out of harm's way. Even excursions between devastated areas and wilderness tracts increase the chance that basic supplies will not be available. Separate survival, first-aid, travel and repair kits are bulky and often ill-suited to meet these challenges. What is needed is the Essential Journeys Kit which has meets the rigorous demands of:

Practicality and function: Each one of the kits items is selected kit is realistic, useful and no-nonsense.
Multi-purpose: the kit is able to perform a combination of tasks and has cross functionality (the kit's 40 items have over 200 separation applications).
Quality: because dependability is critical, the kit's products are of the highest quality.

With these characteristics in mind, the Essential Journeys Kit has been designed to enable people to carry out five key functions not only to survive, but to thrive under difficult circumstances. The kit enables people to:

Survive Travel Fix Communicate Be Healthy
Staying warm, clear of the elements and well fed is vital. The kit's contents helps you do this and key items like matches, the multi-tool with blade and space blanket are the backbone of every good survival kit and evacuation bag. Being able to navigate, avoid getting lost and preventing risk and injury is critical, so moving out of dangerous locations including hasty evacuations as a result of armed conflict, criminal violence and natural disaster is essential. Repairing essential supplies and extending the life of existing gear is important in remote locations. Many of the same kit items can be used for repairing and constructing and building; everything from attaching buttons to building rafts to cross rivers. Signaling for help and leaving other important information can mean the difference life and death. Whether it's signaling a plane, leaving notes or using the sharp sound of a whistle, which travels over longer distances than the human voice, and provides a much more distinct sound, the kit makes a difference. Preventing disease and treating common ailments can make or break a trip. The kit provides a supplement of basic first-aid supplies comprising the items that are exhausted from standard kits. This also extends the ability to help others.

Made with the best available equipment and packaged like no other kit. Take the bag itself:

Made of rip-stop rubberized nylon, its pockets leave enough room to add extra personal items and personally customize it for each trip. Its handle makes it easy to out from the bottom of a stuffed pack, it can be attached to a belt or hung over a shoulder, and its double-zipper allows access from three sides and can be locked to prevent pilfering. Or take some of the kit's items:

  • Instead of a simple pocketknife, a stainless steel 15-function multi-tool is given.
  • Instead of small office scissors, paramedic-grade EMT ("cut through anything") shears are provided.
  • Instead of a flashlight that requires batteries, the one supplied can be powered by hand giving a guaranteed light source whenever and wherever needed.
  • Instead of a regular book of matches, strike-anywhere ("blue-tip") wooden matches are supplied in a watertight container.
  • Instead of generic medicines, brand-name items are provided.
  • Instead of regular twine or cord, genuine military-grade paracord (Mil-Spec III "550 cord") is supplied. This is an item sworn by military personnel since the Second World War.

And so on… The Essential Journeys Kit fills a gap for people like you who need the support as they face a multitude of challenges wherever they travel.

The Essential Journeys Kit

Don’t be caught unprepared. Our bug-out bag has everything you need, but always forget.

$64.99 A $140 Value
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