Featured Munzee Toolkit: Maria Dahlin (Questing4)

One of the best parts about Munzee is that you can play how you want. Everyone goes about playing a bit differently, and that leads to some very creative and innovative uses of objects. From containers to bags to maintenance, we always encounter something new when we meet players. We want to showcase your Munzee Toolkits to see how you play the game and possibly even inspire other players who may need help. This week’s featured Munzee Toolkit comes from Maria Dahlin (Questing4).

Questing4 from Brisbane, Queensland

What’s in your Munzee Toolkit?

I have tried to keep it small, but the bag keeps growing. It has 5 pockets, and sometimes, I really need more!!

The middle pocket keeps my Munzee tins and, of course, back up munzees in case I run out. When I get down to 50 generics, I buy more as I would have to no have any. LOL. This pocket also houses the selfie stick which has come in very handy when the munzees are out of arms length. For several that have been behind construction fences, the selfie stick has done the job.

Being in the tropics, a must have is insect repellent and sun screen.

The other pocket has all of the regular stuff: silicon for sticking (I also repair others if needed), tree tags, zip ties, etc.

The back pocket has two back up batteries because you always need power. Mind you, as they have a really large recharge capacity, I haven’t even exhausted one of them yet, so I really have no idea why I carry two!!

The small front pocket holds tissues, money for coffee when I have walked far enough and need a respite, and the all important Personal Munzee!

I also carry around screw drivers, scissors, and, oh, the best thing is a craft scalpel. It has been awesome to repair munzees that have been painted over as it just scrapes the paint away.

I try to keep it simple. I did carry around a hammer and nails as well, but that really made the bag heavy. Thankfully, zip ties normally will cover the same job.

If you have a Munzee Toolkit that you’d like to show off, you can email us at iloveyou@munzee.com with the subject “Munzee Toolkit”. Make sure to include:

  • Your username and where you are from.
  • A few high quality photos.
  • A list of what each item is and how you use it.
  • What made you decide to use those items.
  • Any other relevant details.

We want to see your creativity and learn how you play. Show us what you’ve got!

Munzee on!