Family Prep Emergency Survival 72 Hour Kit, 2 Person and 4 Person Available, Emergency Zone Brand (4 Person)

December 26, 2017 - Comment

The following list shows the number of each item for the 2 person kit. In parenthesis will be the number for the 4 person kit if different. ORGANIZATION:Red backpack (2) WEATHER PROTECTION:Reflective sleeping bags x2 (4)Adult size poncho x2 (4)2 person tube tent (2) Hand warmers x2 (4) FOOD AND WATER:US Coast Guard approved 5

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The following list shows the number of each item for the 2 person kit. In parenthesis will be the number for the 4 person kit if different.

ORGANIZATION:
Red backpack (2)

WEATHER PROTECTION:
Reflective sleeping bags x2 (4)
Adult size poncho x2 (4)
2 person tube tent (2)
Hand warmers x2 (4)

FOOD AND WATER:
US Coast Guard approved 5 year shelf life 3600 calorie bars x 2 (4)
US Coast Guard 5 year shelf life 4.2 oz water pouches x12 (24)
1 L water purification powder x5
Folding 1 L water container for purifying water
Water purification instruction sheet

LIGHT AND COMMUNICATION:
Flashlight with 2 D batteries
AM/FM radio with 3 AAA batteries
Light sticks x2 (4).

HYGIENE:
Toothbrush x2 (4)
Toothpaste
Comb
Razor
Shampoo
Soap
Feminine pad x2
Washcloth
Toilet paper roll
Sewing kit.

61 PIECE FIRST AID KIT:
Band aids
Dressing
Butterfly closure bandages
Cotton tip applicators
Antiseptic Towelettes
N95 masks x2 (4)
Self-adhesive bandage
Tweezers
Trauma scissors
Pair of medical grade non-powdered gloves

MISC SUPPLIES:
10yd duct tape
5 in 1 survival whistle
50 ft rope
Leather palm work gloves
Multi tool knife
Playing cards
GI can opener
Pencil
48 page Emergency Preparedness Guide

Comments

KK says:

Excellent kit for emergencies or disasters i just got the 4-person kit today and looked through it. This kit has just about everything you need for emergencies or disasters. They include a pamphlet that says you should add matches, medicines, and whatever else you may need. We live in Seattle, where the odds are high that we’ll have a seriously major earthquake in the next few decades. It’s good to have piece of mind that we’ll be able to take care of ourselves for a few days while FEMA gets its act together.I especially like that the food bars and water were made in June 2016 and will last through 2021. Nice! I’m sure the bars don’t taste like fine cuisine, but that will be the least of my worries in a disaster.The backpacks are of good quality too with a ton of pockets that are not filled so you can fill them yourselves.

Brittany Whyte says:

Don’t be scared. Get prepared! I found the items were well-packaged and the backpack itself has room for all the essentials that I might need in an emergency. I live less than ten miles from a nuclear power plant, so being ready to evacuate quickly is a must! The guide book that came with the emergency kit goes over a wide variety of disaster scenarios so you have an idea of what, specifically, to prepare for. I added some additional items, such as clothing and additional hygiene products, and there’s still room for more items if I deem them necessary. The whistle actually has a built-in compass on it, which exceeded my expectations, since I thought it would be like cheaper emergency whistles I have seen. I tested the radio and found that the speaker put out a surprising amount of volume; you could have a dance party during a hurricane with that thing. All in all, I think this is a great way to get ready before disaster strikes.

Erica Montes says:

Great product, fast shipping and amazing company Living through any earthquake in ’94 I remember preparedness was key to get through a chaotic time, specially with children in the household. My mother was ready and that’s how I want to be for my family. I made my own kit but essentials were missing and it was time for an upgrade. So it was time to shop ☺. 

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