Survival Water Bags - Outdoors and Camping 1 Liter Stand Up Emergency Water Bag (Pack of 3)
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Originally designed for laboratory work, Whirl-Pak bags make great emergency water collection, purification, and storage bags, and are also great for storing food. They're completely sterile and food-safe, and will not leach harmful chemicals into your water or food supply. They are shipped sealed; you can always tell that your bag is completely sterile and has never been used, since you have to remove a perforated tab prior to use. Each bag has a writable area for you to add notes ("non-potable" for instance). Whirl-Pak bags are ideal for survival kits, because they roll to very compact dimensions, weigh very little, and are incredibly tough. Several US Military Kits specify Whirl-Pak bags for emergency water collection, treatment, and storage. They can even be used to make an improvised solar vegetation still. The 4.0 mil wall thickness means that this is a durable bag, extremely resistant to puncture or tearing. These bags stand on their own thanks the gusseted bottom construction. This means you're unlikely to spill precious sterilized water. They are safe for use with chlorine tablets, iodine tablets, or UV purification systems.
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Since traditional water carriers are big and bulky, and heck, besides my wife and I, I don't know anyone who carried a large capacity water bottle or carrier EVERYWHERE the go most people have a real problem on their hands if all of a sudden they are stuck with no means to transport or carry water.
So the WhirlPack 1 Liter stand up bags are a perfect EDC (every day carry) for every bug out bag, survival and emergency kit.
This particular pack comes with 3- 1 liter (about a quart) bags. So with 3 of these, you can carry and store about enough water to keep you alive for a day even in arid climates.
The unique thing about these bags is that the bottom flattens out and there is a heavy duty closure system at the top... similar but more useful than the wire closure systems on coffee bags. With the bottom flattened out and the wire closure opened and formed into an oval you can pour water directly into these without them falling over like standard bags.
Because of the wire top, you can also easily scoop water from a stream, pond or lake or set the bag up to catch droplets or run off while you go and do other things.
And because the bages are over 60% clear (with about 1/3 of the bag having a white mark-able area to write on) you can set these puppies out in full sun for a day or two and let the UV rays of the sun solarize and thus kill a good lot of the nasties in the water reducing your chance of getting sick from drinking untreated water.
I carry at least one of these bags in every survival kit I own or have built. I highly recommend that you do to.
I will purchase a collapsible canteen to replace these bags.
My major problem with these bags, something I wish I had researched before, is that this company sells these "sample bags" in bulk for less than .50 cents apiece, but is charging amazon customers nearly $7 for three.
Btw, if you're looking for survival kit water containers, consider buying breast milk bags. They're super cheap, water proof, have thick plastic, and work fantastically.