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Deluxe 2-Person Perfect Survival Kit for Emergency Disaster Preparedness for Earthquake, Hurricane, Fire, Evacuations, Auto, Home and Family


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  • 3 Pocket Hiker's Backpack With Additional Pockets Inside
  • 72 Hour Kit Designed for 2 People - Twice The Water!
  • 25 Essentials for Disaster Preparedness and Survival
  • Ready-Made and Assembled in the U.S.A.
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Deluxe 2-Person Perfect Survival Kit for Emergency Disaster Preparedness for Earthquake, Hurricane, Fire, Evacuations, Auto, Home and Family + Datrex Emergency Survival Water Pouch (Pack of 64), 125ml
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Part Number BKit23
Item Weight14.4 pounds
Product Dimensions17 x 12 x 8 inches
Item model numberBKit23
  
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ASINB000MT6D8C
Best Sellers Rank #3,744 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight28 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJanuary 20, 2007
  
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SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY SURVIVALKITSONLINE. All items are packed securely in our Deluxe Hikers Backpack which contains extra space available for your personal items Food & Water: 24 - Pouches of Datrex Water - twice the amount of water as leading suppliers & each pouch has a 5 year shelf-life 24 - 200 Calorie Food Bars - 5 year shelf-life Light & Communication: Am/Fm Radio with Headphones & Batteries Rechargeable Squeeze Flashlight - contains lithium batteries which last up to 30 hours & also is able to generate power through squeezing 5-in-1 Survival Whistle - compass, signal mirror, flint starter, waterproof container,lanyard & shrill whistle 2 Green Emergency Light sticks Box of 50 Waterproof Matches Shelter & Warmth: Emergency Survival Sleeping Bag - Recommended over common "space blankets" 2 - 16 Hour Body Warmer 1 - 2 Person Tube Tent with Rope 2 - Emergency Poncho with Hood Tools: 16 Function Knife Leather Palm Working Gloves 2 - N95 Respirator Dust Mask 60 feet of nylon rope Hygiene & Sanitation: 2 - Hygiene Kit - Includes soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, & 9 wet wipes 4 packs of 3 Ply Pocket Tissue Packs First Aid: Comprehensive first aid kit Deck of playing cards for entertainment Infectious Waste Bag

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Very happy with this emergency product.
Kimberly Simons
All in all it's a great all purpose kit, good for around the house or the car -- urban or backwoods use.
Andrew A. Edmonds
I hope I will never need it, but feel much better knowing I have it!
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136 of 137 people found the following review helpful By dclaar on January 12, 2008
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This is a great kit, although--fortunately--I haven't had to use it yet. It is very complete, and the backpack has padded shoulder straps and a waist strap for distributing the weight. This is important if you think you might have to walk a ways with it. I keep this kit in my car; my wife also has a kit in her car. We also have a kit at home. Did I mention we live in earthquake country? :-)

If you keep this in your car, and you don't wear comfortable walking shoes most of the time when you drive/commute, you should probably do what my wife did, and throw a pair of walking shoes in the trunk along with your kit. Breaking the high heels off looks great in the movies, but it isn't practical.

The only thing I wish that this kit had was the type of rechargeable flashlight that will also recharge your cell phone; I might be getting one of those separately, but it is a shame that they didn't add that feature, since they have practically everything else!

Make sure you check the shipping cost on these: Some distributors advertise a low price, and then charge a shipping rate almost equivalent to the sales price!
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202 of 214 people found the following review helpful By Richard Stclair on October 5, 2010
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This kit is really a joke. The backpack is OK....but that's about where the OK begins and ends.

The pump flashlight is cheap and it is obvious that if you really need to use it to see in the dark, its going to fail after just a few minutes of continuous use. I bought cheap toy LED flashlights that will outlast this one.

The radio actually has a couple batteries, the receiver is poor, and you really don't want batteries and that liability of needing them. You want a crank radio. And one that's better than this.

The big killer in this kit is the boxed water. With just mild abuse, those paper boxes of water rupture, and the water pretty much destroys everything else in the pack.

My advise is this.....if you want to have a survival pack....get yourself a decent backpack and load it with the following:

*Bottled water (in as small a plastic bottles as you can get-safer that way in case one leaks).
*A decent first aid kit
*A couple of good camping emergency blankets (the compact ones).
*Hand Crank Radio
*A few days of dehydrated camping meals
*A compact respirator with refills
*A good knife

And call it good.

Don't buy this kit thinking you have what you need if you are suddenly in the middle of a big earthquake and there are no infrastructure services. This kit is not that kit. And in fact, if you do buy this kit....dump it out on the floor when you do....and take a good look at it. Then replace nearly everything in it, with a similar concept item that will actually work. :-)

As an inspector of survival kits, I'm not impressed with this one....and I don't think you can buy something that will actually do you much good for under $500.
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Andrew A. Edmonds on December 2, 2009
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There's a lot of stuff in this kit, which is nice. It looks like they spent their money wisely. Some things are high quality, some things are cheapo but trade-offs are inevitable unless you want a $300 kit. First off I like that it has a good bag/backpack. They didn't seem to skimp here, it's big and seems well made. Most of the stuff inside is pretty standard survival supplies. For the size and cost they seem to have made decent trade-offs. The am/fm radio is a little cheapy thing, but in a pinch that's fine. The "army knife" is a cheap generic, not a real Swiss army knife. I'd suggest spending extra and get a real Swiss Army or a Leatherman. But in a pinch the cheapo knife will do. I bought a 7" USMC style survival knife to add to it. For back woods use you want a real, big ass survival knife, not a 3" pocket knife. The whistle and compass is fairly cheap too but works. You can load extra matches in the container if you want. Get a real compass if you plan to be in the woods a lot. I like that there's extra room in the bag. I doubled the food rations. I also added a cheap family radio walkie talkie and threw in an old cellphone. It has no service plan but all cells can still call 911. The generator flashlight again is kind of cheap but effective, works good with no batteries needed. For serious trips, get a Surefire or similar flashlight. All in all it's a great all purpose kit, good for around the house or the car -- urban or backwoods use.
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48 of 51 people found the following review helpful By J. Dwiggins on November 3, 2009
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I don't really know what to say, other than BUY THIS! I live in San Francisco, and work over the bridge. My wife and I have one by our bed in case of an earthquake. We also have one in both of our cars in case we are separated. You need to add some personal effects to them (shoes, sweatshirt, etc), which it states on the tag, but when you live in a big city, if something serious happens (which is only a matter of time in this day and age) you need to be prepared to leave. Get a map, know your escape plan & meeting destination, especially if you're separated, and feel much safer knowing your loved one is prepared in case of emergency. My only feedback would be to possibly change the backpack, not because its bad quality, because it isn't. I just don't like the fact that it says "Survival Kit" on it. In a time of panic, that last thing I want people knowing is that I'm carrying a survival kit, especially in my wife's case and we happened to be separated. It draws attention, and people do anything in a time of need. For women, I would recommend carrying a can of pepper-spray or a firearm - (just to feel safe). My philosophy is its better to be prepared than not. Worst case scenario, you never use it and that's a good thing!
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