|Item Weight||8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 5 x 16 inches|
|Item model number||PREP101|
Disaster Preparedness Kit - 3 Day 2 Person Emergency Survival for Earthquake, Hurricane, Tornado, Flood, Fire - Exceeds Red Cross Specs - Home, Car, Office, School or College Grab n Go Backpack - Basic Bug Out Bag - Repels Zombies - 100% Guaranteed
|Price:||$99.99 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Best emergency survival kit value. Meets all Red Cross, FEMA and Coast Guard preparedness guidelines
- Emergency food, water, light, communication, cover, warmth, medical, sanitation - 2 people, 3 days
- No hassle, done-for-you component assembly...all organized into sturdy easy-to-carry backpack kit
- Plenty of space in backpack to customize kit by adding your own extras and special personal items
- And best of all, you can have peace of mind from knowing you're prepared...just in case
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* 2 - 2400 calorie food bars * 12 - 4.25 oz water pouches
• Light and Communication
* Dynamo radio + 3-LED flashlight (hand crank for instant power without batteries) * 1 whistle * 2 - 12 hour light sticks
• Cover and Warmth
* 2 solar blankets * 2 all-weather ponchos
• Medical and Sanitation - 54 piece first aid kit includes:
* 25 assorted bandaids * 1 butterfly bandage * 2 gauze pads * 5 cotton tips * 6 alcohol pads * 6 antiseptic towelettes * 2 aspirin * 2 non-aspirin * 2 antacid * 1 burn ointment * 1 antibacterial ointment * 1 first aid guide * 4 disposable gloves * 2 dust masks * 1 tissue pack * 3 trash bags
Why can you rely on the PrepPac Emergency Survival Kit?It exceeds RedCross specs and it's from SportsMarkUSA, providers of disaster preparedness equipment and supplies for 15+ years. Our kits have been chosen to protect staff and students in more than 4,800 classrooms in 42 different school districts. No-Questions-Asked 100% Guarantee We believe the PrepPac Emergency Survival Kit is a time and hassle saver and a great value. And we believe you'll agree. But if you're not satisfied for any reason within 60 days, we'll replace it or refund your full purchase price. Don't put it off. Don't play with fate. Get PrepPac kits now for your home, car and office. Great gift for college students too. We take all the risk with our 100% guarantee. So go ahead now and click "Add to Cart" at the top right of this page to order.
Top Customer Reviews
Pulling it out of the box the first thing I realized was the colors are great. The dark blue looks good and will not show the dirt like the other packs available. And the place for me to write my name on the pack is brilliant. You know that there are going to be a bunch of these sitting together and to think that there is not going to be a little confusion, well you know what Forest Gump said, Stuff Happens. But the other great thing I notice was when wearing it with my name on the back like that, is that when I am in a group, those behind me know who I am and the leaders of the group, well they won't have to guess who I am. Nice personal touch.
The material is first quality and rugged and when I poured a glass of water on it, the water ran right off, so it want get soaked in the rain even if I do. Keeps my extra cloths in the top of the pack, since there is lots of extra room, dry. Water proof --- Sweet.
Okay now for the stuff on the inside. Survival for 3 days for 2 people (or more if I stretch it out and eat a few bugs). I won't be worried if something happens and I just stay in place until help shows up and I then I show up on CNN or Fox News with my PrepPac.
The first really cool item I noticed when I opened it up was this box that read; "Time Minder". This was a Travel Alarm Clock with a Self-Powered AM/FM Radio and Siren. The siren was very ear piercing so I think if you turned that on when an animal approached you, it would definitely cause them to run away. Seriously I think it is that load and annoying. My ears actually hurt after hearing it just for a few seconds. So if your hearing is sensitive be careful.Read more ›
I will have to buy sturdier backbacks, replace the water, and add items to the kits before they will be true survival kits.
The backpack is very well made with lots of pockets and padded shoulder straps. It is comfortable on the shoulders and easy to walk with and has extra room for any addition items that you may want to add. It has a nifty windup radio-flash light-alarm clock- USB cell phone charger to keep you informed and connected.
It has a couple of poncho and blankets and glow sticks and even a whistle to help rescuers locate you. The first aid kid contains all the necessary supplies but I would use the space in the backpack to add some extra supplies (motrin, a few more bandages and elastic wraps for sprains etc ... none of kits that I have seen have those items).
The rest of the kit is equally practical and un-frivolous. I like that it meets Red Cross and FEMA guidelines for preparedness so that I don't have to bother putting it together.
Compare this kit to others like it, and you will find it's a good value considering what you get inside. There's plenty of room in the sturdy pack for me to pack an extra set of clothes and other bells and whistles.
Plus, as someone living near the coast, I wanted this kit to prepare for hurricanes and tornadoes.
For example, a couple of years ago, a hurricane hit my area in Houston. I was lucky enough to lose power for only about 2 days. This kit would have been handy then.
A couple of years before that, another major hurricane ALMOST hit Houston, but it caused enough panic to cause almost 3 million people to get on the road to evacuate inland to places like Austin and Dallas. It caused the biggest traffic jam in history (about 100 miles long), and trips that normally would have taken 3-4 hours ended up taking 10-20 hours. A lot of people ended up running out of gas while idling for hours on the freeway.
My neighbors would have liked to have had the PrepPac then. They spent 6 hours idling on the freeway in the hot Texas sun before deciding to just turn around and go home because their dog almost died from thirst.
Some people think it's crazy to imagine civil unrest happening in the US - "only `preppers' do that, right?Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I live in the San Francisco Bay area where an earthquake can happen any time. It just makes sense to be prepared, so along with bracing my water heater, putting safety catches on... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Barbara Biaggi
It was OK. I had nothing to compare it with. But good to have all those essentials. I displayed it at a Disaster Preparedness workshop and like nothing else, it brought home to the... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
I don't have this kit, but I have a different knew made by wise food and I personally think it's better then this one. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Tyler
I hope I don't have to use the kit but it has everything as the description stated, it is nice to know it is there if I ever do need it.Published 21 months ago by Lisa Mcdonald
Havent had to use it which I'm glad for. Comes with quite a bit of stuff though so I am happy with itPublished on August 18, 2014 by Trudi