Gear | July 13, 2016 9:00 am

There’s an Entire Fishing/Survival Kit Hiding Inside of This Key Chain

16-in-1 tool will replace your tacklebox, fit on a belt loop

One of the greatest barriers to becoming a fisherman is the investment.

The rods. The reels. The lures and flies you’ll name like children before inevitably losing them in an especially arduous fight with a piece of algae.

There’s gotta be a better way. And there is.

Feast your peepers on the Fishing & Survival Pod, a 16-in-1 case that makes it possible to carry all the gear you need for a successful fishing trip on a keychain you can hang from a belt loop.

The pint-sized pod has hooks, fishing line and a spoon lure to help collect your daily catch, along with a knife, hacksaw blade and fire-starting kit for gutting and cooking it up.

If the fish aren’t biting, there’s a footlong snare wire for catching earthbound creatures, and, if that doesn’t work, there’s also six inches of duct tape you can use as an emergency food source as well as hot glue that’ll immediately subdue any hunger pangs when sniffed.*

Retailing at just $25 (about $1.50 a tool), the pod is priced to move.

And should you need an equally-as-useful belt to accompany it, we have a suggestion.

*Editor’s note: Do not eat duct tape or sniff glue.