Gerber Bear Grylls ULTIMATE Survival Kit – REVIEW – Best Survival Kit for Emergencies and Disasters?

NEW – Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival Kit – REVIEW from – Is it the Best Survival Kit for Wilderness, Disasters and Emergencies? Let’s find out…

Let’s test and review the Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival Kit 31-001047… and see if it might help you stay alive in an emergency.

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B G says:

What’s the best already compiled survival kit out there please? One that preferably includes a stove etc, i saw one with maxpedition bag 500 pounds sterling…?

Douglas Keatley says:

I wouldn’t waste my money on this kit or the basic one either, it’s overpriced. For $40 or more it should at least have a compass and a better light or some mini chem lights, not to mention a whirlpack water bag and some purification tablets. I bought a Limitless Mark 1 Survival Kit off of Amazon for $20. All that I added was a Boker lil Friend Arrow Head knife to replace the scapel and a P-51 can opener and it is a far better kit. One thing I do like about the kit, is that it has two ways to make fire, and the survival blanket is a plus. ESEE, come on, they are more overpriced than Gerber, you would spend $30-35 on the altoids tin kit they have

chebob 123 says:

I don’t understand why they put screwdrivers and bottle openers on the multi tool

JS Warpaint says:

This is the 2nd Gerber Bear Grylls Survival kit I have checked out that does not address water purification. What am I missing ??? How is water supposed to be purified with this kit ??? or ANY Bear Grylls kit ?? Are we suppose to assume that we will be rescued before any harmful entity enters our body through water that we come across. Are we suppose to use the survival blanket to make a solar still or use our own clothes to sap up dew in the morning why not have some water purification tablets in the bag or charge more for the kit and have a life straw included or maybe have bags that could maybe use the sodis method I don’t even know if clear bags will work with Sodis I assume they will since water bottles do. The intro seems to indicate your biggest problem is that you will have so much water around you that it may get something wet in the bag this has not been my experience when I’m outside. Then there is no poncho is there a stupid emergency cheap poncho would actually be welcomed I think for maintaining a little warm and cover you could at least what trap some rainwater with it but there is no poncho with this kit right … I don’t have time to sit through this whole video sorry .

jhonny 287 says:

dear david may i suggest that you reveiw the Navigator South survival kit? it may be on ebay or other web stores.

Jonathan Jimenez says:

So he is pretty much saying the pack isnt good

Aidan Blake says:

has ultimate survival channel doesn’t know how go use wire saw

joe petrocelli says:

This lit needs the mini paraframe knige

Mike Pz says:

can I use a survival blanket for a solar still?

superduperjump 94 says:

Scout Essentials Kit=Compass
Ultimate Survival Kit= No Compass

carl bernsen says:

All mini survival kits are fantasy toys. The scenarios people use to justify them are ridiculous. Btw, a silver survival blanket reflects up to 90% of radiant heat, and only about 10% of the heat you lose from your body is radiant. So you still lose over 90% of your body heat through one of those.

Omer Gatta says:

I’ll buy this invade a clown is chasing me I’ll throw a knife and I’m a winner pretty smart

Dara Duggan says:

Ok ur intro makes it seem like we’re all gonna die

Rhys Baker says:

a)2 whistles? b)why are all multi tools so overrated? c)1 battery ain’t gon’ cut it fool!!!

v melo says:


Cathy Carner says:

why have two whistle

Marcos Gutierrez says:

you could give it to me?

Colin Chaney says:

replace the flashlight

Maximilian Spalek says:

i would just take the bag and every gerber tool as my pack and and the ultimate survival kit as a backup

Leo Castrillo says:

the basic one is way cheaper has all the necessities plus a knife for 15$


I guess if u know nothing about survival and as a basic kit it’s fine

Sara k says:

half way into the video you said the bear grills priority’s of survival is the most useful piece of kit in this pack lol.

Ron Calabrese says:

the saw bound up because of the weight of the tree pressing against the saw you should have cut it in the other direction

Kenneth Kutschera says:

All the stuff in that kit does not cost more than $10.

Bot'Shill Shekelstein Bagelberg says:

1 star from me

NGMonocrom says:

And STILL no compass! If a small, basic, survival kit doesn’t cover at the very least, fire-making, shelter, and signaling/navigation; then it’s a failure. Admittedly, this one does come close. But without a compass to use for navigation, you’re stuck waiting for rescue instead of walking out and helping to rescue yourself.

Head ShotQuest says:

you did the saw rong

John Stoner For Life says:

It’s about amount reflection of heat in emergency blanket rather than thickness of blanket

legit gamer22 says:

The spinner things are swivels used in fishing to stop your line from tangling

Prepper Max says:

It not a hand saw its a wire saw mate ⚜⚜

john hall says:

yeah joes right

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Mark Andrew says:

i would buy a small first aid kit and then add it alongside the Survival kit. not as part of it.

Idontevenkno w says:


Frost Knight says:

Its Simple But I Like It…

Chase_the_ace says:

I never ever used one of those saws and I know how to use it properly

Epicboy 625 says:

so cool

Cole Graves says:

Give 100%

Samuel Muir says:

The only thing that I want out of this kit is the rip stock nylon bag

Caleb Hodson says:

This survival kit is garbage. Your better off getting one from Best Glide ASE. You get more stuff

Hunterr says:

in what way is there 30 pices??

Kid Adventurer says:

i have this kit and it is great!

Sebastian Tempeny says:

i agree

Bastian P says:

There is no gap on mine

Remy Lebeau says:

Why are you shilling for ESEE products? They seem way overpriced.

Ben Wilson angling says:

why have two whistles that’s wasting space

Bigfoot12345 says:

I got one of these, and tried using the ferro rod, and within a few strikes, the rod came out of the handle.

Cornplanter says:

I can’t believe they’re charging $35 for this. Are there any videos where someone has actually field tested this product?

The only things I would keep are the ferro rod, dental floss, needles and fishing gear. I’d add a head lamp, compass, Storm whistle, Bic lighter and 550 paracord. As much as I would like pliers, I’d dump the multtool for a good Victorinox Swiss Army knife providing it had the saw, auger and can opener.

Shelley Bennett says:

Are you from the army

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