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Recent reviews for this item:
Jay, August 15, 2012 I was a bit disappointed when I saw the construction of the
container. I was hoping to use it in survival kits but the
materiel is no where near the one I have from my military
past, which I still use today. The plastic is very poor
quality, there is no sand paper to light the matches under
the cap( which can be useful at times) and the flint, might
as well not mention it. I would say that you get was you
pay for but I wouldn't mind to pay a little bit more for
better quality. For Geocaching it might do to the trick but
the plastic loop holding the cap to the container might
rocklord2, June 24, 2012 The colour of these naturally blends in to many outdoor
environments, so no need to tape or paint it. I was able to
enclose a small FTF prize (paper money), which was great.
Not much else would fit, though (which is fine). I got some
standard golf pencils from our golf course, new ones don't
fit (I suppose well used/sharpened ones would though).
NSEWes, March 1, 2012 These may be made out of cheap plastic, but they work! At
this price I sometimes leave them as trade items in caches.
This is my go-to micro for Multi-caches. This is big
enough for a slip with coordinates, a small log, or even
tiny trade items. I prefer these to bison tubes because you
can write on them easily with a permanent marker, they can
be painted fairly easily, and they already come camouflaged
well enough that you can usually place them right out of the
box without any modification.
I keep 3 of these in my geo-bag at all times and I find
myself using them on a very regular basis. I'll even
replace damaged micros for other CO's in the field - I've
earned a lot of favors by using up a $1 container (saving
CO's the expensive and time intensive cache maintenance trip).
Don, February 6, 2012 Containers are okay, but apparently the local wildlife
(squirrels) really enjoy the soft chewy plastic - just be
careful where you place the container.