Emergency Money Key Rings for Camping and Hiking

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Best Lightweight Emergency Money Keyrings to use when Hiking

These hidden money keychain ideas are a must to have whenever you go off into the woods to either hike or spend time camping. It is a very simple small container that has just enough space to fit rolled up paper bank notes. This is attached to your keyring. I would then attach the key ring securely onto your belt. This way you can be certain that should the worst happen and you become detached from your equipment, lost or have an emergency there will always be enough cash to pay for phone calls, a taxi or even some food or water. I consider an emergency money keyring to be one of those essentials that you need to take with you when you leave civilization behind. The keyring is so light you just won’t even know it is there.

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Gift for a Person who Loves Camping

If you have a loved one like a son, daughter, wife or husband that intends to go off hiking or camping then this would be the most perfect gift. You could even place some money in the capsule so it can be used straight away. It may take some of the worries you might feel about them taking off into the woods.

The Cash Stash Keychain, ideal for keeping that emergency money safe and is easy to use. It is really simple to use.
Best emergency money keyrings for hiking and camping

emergency money keyrings for campers and hikers

2 comments for “Emergency Money Key Rings for Camping and Hiking

  1. zim
    April 27, 2016 at 12:36 pm

    My kids are about to join the scouts. I gather these money key-rings would be useful for them as there are lots of trips and camps involved.

    • veGa3ezuTE
      August 31, 2016 at 7:23 am

      Hi Zim Yes I agree. I think it is always wise to make sure your kids can look after themselves in an emergency.

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