Check out the TI aStore!

by Erich

Just recently I was talking to a friend of mine (who is a regular reader of TI) and he was mentioning how it would be nice if I had a one-stop location where readers can check out books and products that I fully endorse. So, taking his suggestion to heart I decided (as a start) to set up an Amazon aStore a few days ago to feature those survival-related items such as books, instructional DVDs, and other products that I have, use, and recommend.

Keep in mind that there are a quite a number of products and books I have that are related to the themes of the TI site which I do not fully recommend. These are not listed in my store. All the items that you’ll find in the TI aStore come highly recommended by me (In the interest of full disclosure, I do get a small commission for any product you buy through this site).

There are also a number of products that I have which I highly recommend (like the EcoZoom rocket stove for example) that unfortunately are not listed in Amazon. These miscellaneous products will be featured in a “Recommended Products” section on the site in the near future.

So be sure to check out the TI aStore. You can visit it via the link or in the menu above. Also, if you ever have any questions regarding any of the products that are in there send me a note via the contact form on my site and I’ll gladly answer you as best I can.

Thanks for all your support! You guys are the best.

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3 Comments»

Comment by Lynne
2011-09-13 12:28:42

Where can more survival “stuff” for women be found?
I like the idea of the paracord bracelet, but even being a country woman, would not be caught out in public wearing one. The same is true for all the items so casually mentioned as being hung on your belt – how many women run around at the mall or grocery store wearing a combat belt strung about with knives, compasses and fire-starters?
There have to be some practical answers other than a huge backpack and hiking boots when one must go into the city.

Comment by Tactical Intelligence
2011-09-14 23:47:55

Lynne,

What about a purse? My wife carries many of the things I have and more in hers. Just a thought…

 
 
Comment by KB
2011-11-26 14:28:25

My daughter has asked the very same question. Her solution was to find away to make some of these bracelets and necklaces in colors and a style more suited to women. She uses a Japanese method and has come up with some great fashionable solutions. She’s even implanted a fire stick into one a closure method. She’s in the process of setting up a website but would be happy to get your opinion on some of her work.

 
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