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EDC Brass Whistle attach them to your keyring

EDC Brass Whistle attach them to your keyring

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EDC Brass Whistle

These are ideal for survival kits. You could attach them to your keyring, wrist, walking stick, knife, binoculars etc.

Easy carried as a backup during outdoor activities such as walking, hiking, orienteering, scouts, bushcraft, hunting, sailing, survival kit...etc
1 hole makes high frequencies whistle
Will take lanyard


  • Outer length of approximately 47 mm
  • Width of approximately 9 mm
  • Thickness of approximately 9 mm
  • Weight approximately 16 g


A whistle is an essential tool for any survival situation. Here are some reasons why:

  1. Signalling for help: A whistle is a loud and distinct sound that can be heard over long distances. It can be used to signal for help if you are lost, injured, or stranded in a remote location. Three short blasts on a whistle are the universal signal for help.
  2. Saving energy: If you are lost or injured in a survival situation, shouting for help can be tiring and may not be heard over long distances. A whistle is a much more efficient way to signal for help, allowing you to conserve your energy for other tasks.
  3. Attracting attention: A whistle can attract the attention of other people in your group or in the area. If you are separated from your group or need to get their attention from a distance, a whistle can help you do so.
  4. Navigation: A whistle can also be used for navigation in a survival situation. If you are traveling in a group and need to communicate with each other over long distances or in noisy environments, a whistle can be used as a signalling device to indicate directions, alerts, or warnings.

Overall, a whistle is a simple and effective tool that can help you signal for help, conserve energy, attract attention, and navigate in a survival situation. It should be a part of every survival kit and should be always easily accessible.

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