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November 4, 2019

Munzee Toolkit MunzDay: Vike91

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 Vike91!

The week’s featured Munzee Toolkit comes to us from Vike91, who hails from Kajaani, Finland. In the past year and a half, Vike91 has amassed over 650,000 points thanks to his clever Munzee strategies. Though considered a fairly new player, Vike91 has quickly accumulated quite an extensive Munzee Toolkit! Read on to discover all the goodies he packs away!

Vike91 Toolkit

First, I have a cheap jig/lure case (got it for 4 dollars in a fishing store). The advantage of this case is it has modifiable compartments.

My case contains the following:

  • Foldable scissors for cutting out too big munzees, very handy! I got them on eBay for 1 dollar a piece. (The toolkit only includes one pair of scissors, the other is just for full display)
  • A whistle for emergencies
  • 2 Personal Munzees whenever I meet another Munzee player (I wish my area had more)
  • 2 coins
  • A Munzee badge
  • A small tin box to carry with at all times, with self-printed munzees (maybe I should throw in some generics as well for QRew repair)
  • And of course, self-adhesive munzees!

I have arranged all the munzees by type/type group/size, I know exactly where each type is. There are over 600 self-adhesive munzee stickers in the case.

First column has generic and self-printed munzees.

Second column includes all the 1×2 inch sized munzees (Horoscopes, Camo Greenies)

Third column includes 2×1 specials (RUMs, Prize Wheels, Motels, Hotels, Shamrocks, and Jewels) and Evos.

Fourth column has special and Camo Greenies.

Fifth one has 1×1 sized specials (Seasonals, Jewels, Mysteries, Bowling), oversized stickers, coins/badge and Horoscopes.

Sixth one includes the over-over-oversized Mystery sticker and my Geocaching-related stickers. It also holds almost all the small things, like Personals.

I also have a backpack where I pack this box in, and just in case, I pack a power bank with me so I don’t run out of power. When charging, I often leave the power bank in the backpack, rig the cable through a hole in backpack and finally, connect it to my phone. I have been considering to get a retractable wheel charging cable for this purpose.

Finland has COLD winters, so I also carry a portable blowtorch with me to defrost frozen surfaces for better stick.

I chose all of those items, because I feel those are the most necessary items to play Munzee for me.

Maybe I have too many stickers… maybe I should go deploy, deploy, and deploy some more. Deploy… they will come (or at least they say so)…

Share Your Kit!

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.

Please feel free to include as much information about your gameplay as you wish to share! We want to see your creativity and learn how you play, so show us what you’ve got! And for Munzee tips and tricks, you can always check out our Help Guide articles!

A big Munzee thank you to Vike91 for sharing his Munzee Toolkit! You can thank him for sharing by deploying in his town of Kajaani, Finland!

Munzee on!

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October 28, 2019

Munzee Toolkit Munzday: Sdgal

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 Sdgal!

This week’s featured Munzee Toolkit comes from a Munzee vet. Player sdgal has been munzeeing for nearing 7 years, with her Munzee strategies helping her earn over 5.8 million points for a top 500 world ranking. Let’s see what sdgal carries in her Munzee Toolkit to help her achieve such impressive numbers!

The larger one (left) is for when I plan to deploy. I carry the smaller one (right) just in case Qrewzee replacement is necessary

Sdgal Toolkit

My user name is sdgal. My husband is SDWD. We do approximately 90% of the deploys in our town, Yankton, SD. There is one other active player in town, but she never deploys.

The current #9 and #29 players in the world are friends from our caching days. They have generously  deployed in our town, as well as a couple of other friends.

My husband and I are both in our 70’s, so we enjoy getting out of the house and get a little exercise chasing specials. We winter in Yuma and have really grown that area. Now there are a couple more active players down there, so more fun with more players!

Share Your Kit!

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.

Please feel free to include as much information about your gameplay as you wish to share! We want to see your creativity and learn how you play, so show us what you’ve got! And for Munzee tips and tricks, you can always check out our Help Guide articles!

A big Munzee thank you to sdgal for sharing her Munzee Toolkit!

Munzee on!

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October 21, 2019

Munzee Toolkit Munzday: klc1960

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 klc1960!

Today’s featured Munzee Toolkit is brought to us by Kim Callahan, or klc1960 as she is known in Munzee. Klc1960 has earned nearly half a million points since joining Munzee last year, a feat made possible thanks to her Munzee Toolkit! Hailing from Beaver Falls, PA, klc1960 has taken the time to share what she carefully packs for her Munzee adventures!

klc1960 Toolkit

Hi… my name is Kim Callahan, and this is my Munzee Toolkit aka Munzee Bag. I purchased it in the cosmetic section at Walmart. It’s a travel makeup bag that came with the 3 oz bottle for air travel, which I use for other things. I love that the bag is compact, it’s “vinyl” so it cleans easy, and that it carries everything I need in an easy to transport way.

Pic #1: The bag is a bit flashy, so guys probably won’t like it 🙂

Pic #2: The outside zipper pocket holds my selfie stick, scissors, hole punch, flashlight, markers, small notebook, self sticking business card size laminators, zip ties, and alcohol wipes, as well as anything else I might throw in there.

Pic #3: Everything is in its place in the outside zipper pocket.

Pic #4: The large inside zipper pocket contains my sticker box, phone charger, and various cut munzees, as well as my Personals.

Pic #5: Everything is in its place in the large inside zipper pocket.

Pic #6: The small zipper pocket contains envelopes of various munzee sheets.

Pic #7: Lastly, the bag has a handy dandy hanger if you should ever need one!!

Share Your Kit!

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.

Please feel free to include as much information about your gameplay as you wish to share! We want to see your creativity and learn how you play, so show us what you’ve got! And for Munzee tips and tricks, you can always check out our Help Guide articles!

A big Munzee thank you to klc1960 for sharing her Munzee Toolkit!

Munzee on!

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October 14, 2019

Munzee Toolkit Munzday: Slunicko

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 Slunicko!

Today’s featured Munzee Toolkit is brought to us by international player Slunicko! A Munzee player for nearing 4 years, Slunicko has amassed over 11 million points thanks to her Munzee strategies. And when it comes to packing her toolkit, this frequently traveling player is all about keeping things light and easy, proving that quality over quantity is all you need sometimes!

Slunicko Toolkit

This is my Munzee Toolkit. My munzee name is Slunicko, which means “sunshine” in Czech language. My civil name is Gina, and besides Munzeeing I am an international hospital planner.

I travel light through the whole world a lot. This means my travel kit must be light, ultralight. For my world travels, I use only a small plastic bag filled with generics, situated in the case of my phone (see below).  

The rest of my munzee resources are packed in the travel vanity bag I got from Air France (already searching for smaller, more colorful one🤣). It contains, besides all types of munzee stickers (sorted in small plastic bags again), a mini lamp (sometimes my phone rejects this function) and scissors (I even got them free for traveling from Vienna to Grenaa with my hand luggage from friendly customs).

However, I prefer cutting all I might need before travels, and the generics I order are peel-off, so there’s really no need for scissors. The majority of my munzees are credits nowadays anyhow. 

Munzee on!

Share Your Kit!

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.

Please feel free to include as much information about your gameplay as you wish to share! We want to see your creativity and learn how you play, so show us what you’ve got! And for Munzee tips and tricks, you can always check out our Help Guide articles!

A big Munzee thank you to Slunicko for sharing her Munzee Toolkit!

Munzee on!

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October 7, 2019

Munzee Toolkit MunzDay: food & thefoods

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 Munzee power couple food and thefoods!

This week’s featured Munzee Toolkit comes from food and thefoods. This couple has played Munzee together for years, each earning over 4 million points on their respective accounts! And judging by their Munzee Toolkit contents, the key to their shared success is always being prepared for any type of Munzee adventure!

Food & thefoods Toolkit

In the words of thefoods, the car is our toolkit… we have rigged it to have everything within reach.

Explanations left to right: 

  • The tablet goes on this magnet for directions
  • Zees waiting to be used
  • There is a clip attached to keep cords untangled
  • The phone hangs here when not in use

The Munzee-fied car includes the following:

  • 2 magnetic phone holders— one for the tablet to use for directions (left of pic) and one for the scissors when we are playing
  • Clip securely holding cords to keep them from tangling
  • Fishing Box (see below) to keep everything sorted and together (labels make it a quick grab)
  • New munzee stickers waiting to be used being held in the clip with the cords
  • A hook attached to hold the phone when not being used
  • Unicorn attached to the charging cord— because we could 🙂

Here is a quick view of the main pieces we use on each trip:

Also included in Munzee travels is the fishing box with stickers. Pro Tip: Fishing boxes make great storage for munzees!

Share Your Kit!

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.

Please feel free to include as much information about your gameplay as you wish to share! We want to see your creativity and learn how you play, so show us what you’ve got! And for Munzee tips and tricks, you can always check out our Help Guide articles!

A big Munzee thank you to thefoods for sharing this Munzee Toolkit!

Munzee on!

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September 23, 2019

Munzee Toolkit Munzday: ZeroXC

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 ZeroXC!

Today’s featured Munzee Toolkit is brought to us by ZeroXC, a player hailing from Vancouver, BC, Canada. ZeroXC has been a dedicated player for nearly three and a half years, earning close to 2 million points thanks to her gameplay strategies. Ready to see what she carries in her Munzee Toolkit?!

ZeroXC Toolkit

I found my “Large Trunk” (pictured below, left) at a grocery store, of all places, in the summer section with the picnic items… possibly for someone on a diet who wants to attend a picnic? 🤣

The following items (pictured above, right) are carried inside of the “Large Trunk:”

Top, left to right:

  • Homemade black tree tags
  • Gem stickers in the colours of all the Jewels. The gems are for sticking to the back of the homemade tree tag generics to the left of them. When I convert one of the tree tags to a Jewel, I stick the corresponding gem sticker to the back of the tag to make them cute!
  • RUMs and Milk Evos (I keep my drinks together 🤣)

Bottom, left to right:

  • Elementals (Earth, Ice, Fire, Water)
  • Micro generics
  • Any other special munzees I have, like RPS, Seasonals, Prize Wheels, etc.

I always keep a ton of generics to use with credits, and the actual stickers of munzees I don’t have credits for. That way I can deploy anything I want, whenever I want!

I also carry my tiny backpack, where I keep my trunk. In it I always keep some micro generics in an old Listerine pocket pack container (pictured next to the backpack) for easy access!!

Share Your Kit!

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.

Please feel free to include as much information about your gameplay as you wish to share! We want to see your creativity and learn how you play, so show us what you’ve got! And for Munzee tips and tricks, you can always check out our Help Guide articles!

A big Munzee thank you to ZeroXC for sharing her Munzee Toolkit!

Munzee on!

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September 16, 2019

Munzee Toolkit Munzday: bonsaai

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 bonsaai!

Today’s featured Munzee Toolkit is brought to us by bonsaai, a player hailing from Alexandria, Louisiana. Bonsaai has been a player for over six and a half years, amounting more than 6 million points through his Munzee gameplay techniques. Let’s see what he carries in his Munzee Toolkit!

Bonsaai’s Toolkit

I knew I’d be traveling quite a bit, so I bought a large fishing tackle box to serve as a Munzee MotherShip, and to hold all the essentials! Which include:

Homemade Brass Tree Tags with stainless wire hangers

Good, sharp scissors

A mints tin for deploying on-the-go

Clean socks! (One never knows!)

Deodorant and cologne, too!

Munzee Referral Cards

Wasp and hornet spray

Mosquito repellant

Some self-printed munzees

All my MHQ official Generics, arranged by type, and written on the backing

Share Your Kit!

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.

Please feel free to include as much information about your gameplay as you wish to share! We want to see your creativity and learn how you play, so show us what you’ve got! And for Munzee tips and tricks, you can always check out our Help Guide articles!

A big Munzee thank you to bonsaai for sharing his Munzee Toolkit!

Munzee on!

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September 13, 2019

Share Your Munzee Toolkits with the Player Community!

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!

Building Your Kit

What does a Munzee Toolkit look like? A good Munzee Toolkit contains many different compartments that make it easier to keep all of your munzees sorted. Below you can check out a Munzee Toolkit courtesy of MHQ’s own matthewmccann:

In addition to keeping your munzees neat and sorted, Munzee Toolkits such as this make for convenient ways to grab your munzees on the go in order to maximize deploy opportunities. In addition to the physical toolkit box, dedicated players sometimes choose to carry entire bags filled with a variety of handy items that can assist on your Munzee adventures. These items can include anything from packing sunblock for long days of capping and deploying to taking a black pen to help color in faded munzees to cap.

Share Your Kit!

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, so show us what you’ve got! And for Munzee tips and tricks, you can always check out our Help Guide articles!

Munzee on!

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December 5, 2017

Featured Munzee Toolkit: MariSH

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 MariSH.

Hi all! I’m MariSH from Kokkola, Finland representing the NorthernWestCoast-clan.

Here are a few essentials for munzeeing in the artic climate:

  • Stickers, of course, in various styles for wooden poles and other types of surfaces
  • Heavy duty stapler with extra staples for those wooden poles
  • Power bank
  • Small torch/lighter for thawing out and heating the metal surfaces in order to get stickers to stick and to melt off ice on top of stickers (careful there)
  • Hand warmer to slip into the mitten of the operating hand, as you have to keep taking it off in order to use the phone and gloves for smartphones are useless in Finnish winter
  • All packed into a compartmentalized fanny pack (very cool, I know 😏)

Dressing for munzeeing during winter is a whole other story, but here are a few things to top it off. A headlight is good for saving the phone battery while scanning in the dark and to avoid a glare from the flash. A reflective vest is for added visibility, to avoid being hit by a car.  The studded shoes are for avoiding slipping and falling on ice.


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!

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April 10, 2017

Featured Munzee Toolkit: Alex Williams (Squonk)

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 Alex Williams (Squonk).

Who are you? 
I’m Alex Williams, and my username is Squonk. My family also plays as hardcorepistachio, squirrelwithsombrero, Zappa, and kwyjibo.

What’s in your toolkit?
I mostly play on my own and carry 1 accordion wallet that consists of everything: generics, batch processed greenies, Fire, Ice, Shamrocks, Earth, gems, evolutions, urban camo generics, 1 dog tag, a couple of RPS, and Mystery Munzees. The wallet goes with me EVERYWHERE.

I never leave home without having the family toolkit in my car for when they join me to play. It consists of:

  • a 2nd wallet as a back up for when we have a specific goal and only want to take the essentials for said goal plus a few generics.
  • 2 small tackle boxes:
    • One contains — more generics, RPS, Mysteries, hard plastic generics (that I got at an event attended by Rob and Dylan), and batch processed greenies for the kids.
    • The other contains — coinz, dog tags and beaded chains, nails, and zip ties for affixing dog tags to trees, fence posts, and wooden poles.
  • . tin with my batch processed greenies.
  • a tin of urban camos.
  • Back-up battery packs, charging cords, and plug-in chargers
  • a tube of Gorilla Glue (not pictured)
  • a Swiss-army knife (not pictured)

This winter, the toolkit also included a thermos of hot water and an ice scraper. We had a severe winter, and I had to scrape ice off many light poles in order to cap.

Munzee on!

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