With the offer of free, it is almost impossible to turn down this free survival business credit card. This review will show you why I think you should get it as well as why you shouldn’t.
There are some things that you can let go and then there are those that you have to at least try for yourself. This business credit card is something I think is on the “you must try” list.
What is The Survival Business Card?
Well, I think you can figure that out with just the name alone. However, it is a multitool in the shape of a business card, that is made out of some nice stainless steel construction.
It has 11 functions and yes, they are all capable with this one tool alone. It was created by Survival Life, which I am a big fan of as they have many products that they do take pride in.
You can checkout the Instablade Credit card, which I think you’ll find a little more interesting. It also comes with the whole free, just pay the shipping and handling type deal, so you know the deal.
Some of the stuff here can be used, but some you might probably never use in your life. For what it’s worth, here are the components of this handy dandy tool.
- Can Opener
- Knife Edge
- Slotted/Flathead Screwdriver
- Bottle Cap Opener
- 4 Position Wrench
- Wingnut Wrench
- Saw Blade
- Direction Ancillary Indicator
- Keychain/Lanyard Hole
- Water Compass
Who This is For
I would love to say this is for the all outdoor person, but it’s really not. Let’s just say this is more for someone who likes cool stuff like me.
You know you’re not going to use this tool for most of your needs, but it is there for maybe a great conversational piece?
I see the main thing that will be used here is probably the bottle opener. For those of you who are tired of using a lighter or the side of a table to open that beer, this will definitely come in handy.
Like I said about the conversational piece, your buddies will definitely wonder what in the world you’re opening your beer with, but that’s about it.
I’m sure some might give you crap about it, but when they find out that you paid under $5 for this, they’ll probably want one for themselves.
Pros & Cons of the Survival Business Card
- More than affordable
- You can say you own one
- Cool design
- Made out of stainless steel
- Comes with a Survival Life Handbook
- Not your best bet for a multitool
- Can be dangerous
I can’t say anything really bad about this tool as it is free. However, you know what you’re getting so don’t be expecting this to mop the floor for you.
The Price For the Survival Business Card
It is somewhat free like they say, but the only catch would be the shipping and handling.
So be expecting to pay $4.95 at checkout and you can have it shipped to you right away.
What I Really Liked About the Survival Business Card
I think it’s just the cool factor that got me interested in this and if you put that along with the word free then you can grab anyone’s attention.
However, I do think it is worth more than the shipping and handling and it’s not going to be something you lose sleep over since it’s just the price of one cup of coffee.
What I Didn’t Like
I mean, yeah, you get what you pay for so I wasn’t expecting this to be my go-to tool. So other than the cool factor, this thing will not be a great tool for little stuff around the house.
I also found this to be a little dangerous with the little knife edge, so definitely keep this away from children as you would all sharp objects.
If they’re like mine, they’ll want to play with all of daddy’s stuff, so keep a close eye on them as they are a lot faster than we think.
I think the best thing that you could possibly use this for is a nice little flat edge and a very good looking box cutter.
So I’m going to have to say that this is going to be completely up to you.
I don’t think it takes much of a decision on this one.
It’s either you want it or you don’t and for under $5 you really have nothing to lose or even complain about.
Get it today and figure out if it’s worth it on your own.
Whether it collects dust as another collectible or you actually use it, this is one of those things that don’t call for a lot of buyer’s remorse.
For the price, you won’t be kicking yourself in the behind for making such a bad purchase.
I think you’ll be satisfied either way, so get it and decide from there if it’s worth it.
Do you have any experience with this? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below as we would love to hear what you think. Is this worth the $4.95?