With a mobile phone for every child, GPS navigation systems in every car, and modern conveniences on every corner, most people probably don’t know how to communicate without technology, let alone how to use a Rothco small emergency signal mirror for emergencies. To you, “technology” means knowing 40 different ways to boil water, finding your way out of a forest, and being able to catch a fish with your bare hands, and your Morse code is so good you could write a novel using only a signal mirror. That’s why you would never venture into the wilderness, for work or for recreation, without one. With a lanyard making it easy to grab or attach to your pack and a scratch-resistant finish, this signal mirror from Rothco goes everywhere easily. It’s lightweight and small, but highly reflective glass and a sighting hole make it easy to use to signal a plane, boat, or your buddies over on the next mountain ridge. It’s a good idea to practice with it so if you do find yourself in an emergency situation, you can rely on muscle memory to line up the sight.
- Small, 2” x 3” size
- Includes lanyard with pull tab
- Highly reflective glass
- Reflectorized screen in sighting hole
- NSN 6350-01-455-6671