Une prise de masse séche plutôt réussi,les veines qui restent apparentes. Les fibres qui le sont aussi en plein effort .
Donc dans 3 semaines on commence à découper tout ça^^ je vous promets un changement encore incroyable .
A boating enthusiast friend of mine gave me this 5 in 1 floating survival kit from 'Colemans' to play with and review, and I have to say that I like it a lot. There is a trend among some product makers to disguise their products function, so as to be somehow covert. You know, its a survival tool but it looks like a spanner, or it's so small as to be unnoticable (and forgettable). Well, you can't say that about this item. For a start, it comes in what I choose to call, 'unmissable' orange, and secondly it's a sensible size. Even my clumpy clown hands can manipulate it. Of sturdy construction (I'm guessing polycarbonate) and designed especially for marine use it absolutely does float, I tested it in very choppy conditions in Sydney Harbour.
The Coleman survival tool features a button compass visible at one end, and external flint and a lanyard to secure it to the user. It then screws apart to reveal a signal mirror and a very generous space for matches, fishing line and the like. I'm not convinced of the practical applications of actually striking a perfectly dry match while in the water which is why for me the ability to float is a bonus characteristic and not a prescriptive one.
There's an honesty to this item, such that I think its appeal and use is not limited to water activities but there is no reason why hikers and campers alike could not wear it around there neck on their next sojourn out into the wilderness.
Retailing for around AUD $8.00, and available on Amazon.