The Dual Pass Through Titanium Cache is custom made for a pharmaceutical company and these are overrun from the limited production. The Dual Pass Cache is perfect for heat treating and storing compact EDC items or cash. The possibilities are endless. Also its called a dual pass cache since you can remove the cap on either side to push through anything inside to the opposite end very easily.
Holds Qty x 12 US Bills Perfectly
Dual Pass Through Titanium Cache:
Note : The Dual Pass Through Titanium Cache is not intended to be used to store any type of batteries as its a sealed metal container and the batteries will short out.
Good size-and the pass thru design works well. Great for carrying small items.Very good construction and value.I bought two.
Well larger than the single opening cash cache stash. Perfect to build a reasonable sized survival kit. I’d definitely buy more if they come back.
Good stuff! A little bigger than expected but was a pleasant surprise. Being able to unscrew both ends makes putting stuff in and taking it out much easier!
These are great being double ended. Absolutely excellent for getting rolled up currency out of without damaging the bills.
Sadly ☹️ they are sold out. Countycomm bring them back they will sell.
Tinder is some fuel, often prepared natural fuel, that provides the means to turn even a weak spark into flame. Generally tinders work much better if they're dry, have already been charred and/or are combined with wood ash (nothing natural "catches" as easily as partly-burned fuel). A pocket tinderbox has provided a way to carry tinder and keep it dry for at least hundreds of years, making the task much easier in primitive conditions, and many still consider one vital at least for very long-term outdoor survival.
The South African tonteldoos was (probably) the last and most highly-evolved form of tinderbox, a metal cylinder with a packed mass of tinder inside that could be pushed to the opening of one end with a finger inserted in the other, where it could catch a spark, traditionally from flint and steel, which then became a persistent ember which could be used to ignite other fuel by blowing. Re-capping the tube snuffed the tinder and left a charred surface ready for the next use. Fresh tinder could be inserted as available, creating a low-effort cycle of preparing and using natural materials. Pretty ingenious, compared to what came before.
This may well be the best candidate ever for making a latter-day tonteldoos. It's much more waterproof than the originals, and metal tubes of the proper length and diameter that can be used this way, capped and pocketed don't come along often- it even comes in titanium, with heat resistant silicone o-rings for at least the "fire" end. Not authentic, but pretty close to perfect for practical purposes. An amazing coincidence, if that's what it is.
The first batch of 250 of these seemed to sell out in a couple of weeks, and they are OOS as I write this. If that indicates the demand (for any uses) hopefully they'll consider making more.