Hard Case

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Hard Case

Hard anodized coating suitable for cooking

2 Replaceable Velcro straps

High-Intensity Silver Retro-Reflective Reflexite, attached to inside of lid.

Dust proof and water resistant

Outside dimensions: 2-1/2″W x 4″L x 1-1/4″D

Weight: 3.2oz

Custom Laser Engraving available (email your art to sales@hardcasesurvival.com)

Vector files are preferred but we can work with most JPG, etc.

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  • 5
    Anodized Box

    Posted by Robert on 25th Jan 2022

    This little box is outstanding! I ordered it to replace the flimsy tin I was using and was also able to add the additional items I wanted in my old one. You can even fit the Wazoo tool tubes and an ExoTac nanostriker or nanostriker xl in it, instead of those tiny barely usable rods!

  • 5
    Solid, sealed, durable

    Posted by Brian on 15th May 2017

    I think this is a great item to augment your survival kit rather than a small, bulging pouch or tiny, mint-sized tin. The case itself has myriad uses including the reflective interior lid. Brian, Thanks for the great feedback you can also cook in them. The coating is not Teflon though.

  • 5
    Hard Case Anodized Aluminium Container

    Posted by D Corrigan on 26th Mar 2014

    This container is a proven design that has been used by Special Forces for SERE kits for a number of years and is now available to the public. It's like a mini mess tin that fits into your pocket. It's suitable for use as an equipment container, a cooking pot, a cup and a digging tool. It's smaller but slightly thicker than a British tobacco tin so it can hold items such as the Matches Waterproof Safety MK 2 tube that won't fit in a standard tobacco tin. It will hold a standard sized pack of cigarettes. It's also slightly more practical as a cooking pot and cup compared to a standard tobacco tin - and it doesn't rust. The closure method using two Velcro straps is practical, and when the lid is secured a gasket protects the contents from dust and water. The reflective panel inside the lid is a useful location aid. I've been using an early version for many years and it's stood up extremely well during demanding operations in Afghanistan and elsewhere. Overall this is an excellent item of equipment with a proven track record.