Nolan Brundige Seeks Funding via Kickstarter to Start the Production of Go-Knife

Nolan Brundgie claims that his upcoming product Go-Knife is the ultimate survival tool. A 9-in-1 tool, Go-Knife is equipped with a knife, compass, fire steel, flare launcher, fish hook/line, straw, fire cord, and magnetized needle.


El Dorado Hills, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/06/2016 -- Nolan Brundige is the designer of the company's upcoming product Go-Knife. The designer claims that this versatile product will serve as the ultimate compact survival tool. This comprehensive 9-in-1 survival tool has been designed with care to fit anywhere with minimal weight. Alongside Go-Knife, Nolan is also ready to introduce the new Go-Bracelet, a product that acts as a confluence between survival and fashion.

Survivalists and backpackers are well acquainted with the term "go-bag". These bags contain special equipment and tools that can be extremely useful in an emergency or survival situation. Nolan Brundige has combined some of these tools into one to create Go-Knife.

"I wanted to create something that not only is compact and unique, but actually useful. Intelligently designed and crafted, the Go-Knife contains 9 distinctive tools perfect for hikes, camping, treks, and any other adventure that awaits you," Nolan says.

The different components of Go-Knife include a 2 inch stainless steel blade, compass, fire steel, flare launcher, 3.5 feet 550 FireCord, 20 feet of 50lb fishing line, 2 fish hooks, straw, magnetized needle, and ceramic striker. The product is precision machined from billet 6061 Aluminum, and the blades are made of 440C Hardened Stainless Steel. As a result, the blades are rust-proof and able to retain the sharpness of their edges. These blades are removable, allowing for easy replacement in case of damage or breaks.

Nolan Brundiges' Go-Bracelet is another high-quality product that has fire-starting capabilities utilizing a King Cobra weave made with almost 20 feet of 550 FireCord. Other components include a heavy duty zinc buckle, ceramic striker, and a special "core" woven into the center of it.

Nolan Brundige has recently started a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for this project. Proceeds from this campaign will be spent on obtaining high-quality materials, production, and logistics. This project will only be funded if at least $40,000 is pledged by June 12, 2016.

To find out more about this campaign, please visit