We’ve finally come to the end of the outdoor survival tips! This last part teaches us how we can create signals to reach out to rescuers and let us know where we are. There are various methods available; creating smoke from a fire, using a mirror or reflective object to produce a light signal, or to use Morse code to bring our messages across. Don’t forget to watch the video! As the year is coming to a close, Luminox wishes everyone happy holidays and may the new year bring about joy and success! See you again next year!
For the 3rd instalment, the Bear Gryll Survival Academy shows us how we can use the natural elements, specifically mud, to protect ourselves from the harsh environments of the outdoors. Mud protects us from the sun, to prevent sun burns, and from insect bites. Prevention of such irritants will help us to conserve energy and use that same energy to travel to the rescue destination instead. Mud also masks our scent from predators, tricking them into thinking we are part of the environment. Check the video out!
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Welcome to the 3rd part of the outdoor survival tips, and a continuation of natural navigation. In this week’s video, we learn how to get our bearings using a watch, which is one of the more commonly worn accessories. Give the video a watch and realize how everyday objects can actually help you to survive!