|Item Package Dimensions L x W x H||21.3 x 15 x 10.4 inches|
|Package Weight||11.98 Kilograms|
|Included Components||Line, First Aid Supplies, Foldabl Knife, Hooks|
Surviveware 72 Hour Survival Backpack for 2 People
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|Number of Pieces||72|
|Included Components||Line, First Aid Supplies, Foldabl Knife, Hooks|
|Unit Count||1 Count|
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- UNMATCHED ORGANIZATION: Why do survival backpacks out there keep all their supplies in a jumbled mess of disorganization? The Responder Survival Backpack different from any other survival system out there. This emergency bag was designed for optimal organization with personalized pouches and grid system. Food, Water, and Personal Items are evenly divided and stored in dedicated pouches for each person. This means quick access to any disaster preparedness supplies in the Responder.
- TRUSTED BRANDS With over 5000 5-Star reviews on our first aid kits and outdoor products, you know that your family's safety is in good hands. We have also partnered with LifeStraw and SOS Emergency, to provide you with the best water filter, water sachets and food bars on the market.
- THE ESSENTIALS The Responder takes preparedness to the next level. Custom engineered from durable tarpaulin material, this emergency kit delivers on all of the essentials in methodical, systematic order: the right amount of water, food, and survival gear to weather Natural Disasters.
- PACKS A PUNCH At 27 pounds this bag is not light and for good reason; it’s designed to withstand whatever nature throws at you and contains the right amount of food, water and gear for two people for three days. The Responder is crafted with ergonomic handles and straps to ensure weight is evenly distributed so that you can carry it comfortably and concentrate on what matters most, surviving those critical 72hrs.
- ABOVE AND BEYOND The Responder is the only 72-hour emergency kit that provides you with a dedicated compartment for your laptop and personal documentation, plus a front-zipper-pouch for quick access to personal items. Plan ahead by going through the complete emergency guide that has been added to the pack.
WHY TRUST SURVIVEWARE?
At Surviveware, we think preparedness, we live survival, and we breathe first aid. Our kits are loved by thousands and thousands around the world. We are a small family run company that has become a trusted brand in the backpacking, camping, and preparedness world. With quality products and care, we ensure each customer gets what they paid for and is treated like family.
This kit comes with our renowned organization and supplies. Any supplies that are out of our wheelhouse is brought to you in partnership with our friends at Lifestraw and SOS Emergency. This means you get the best of both worlds in one incredible life-saving survival backpack.
The Responder comes with Water Pouches(2), each with 9 US Coast Guard approved water packs. Food Pouches(2), each with a total of 3,600 calories of US Coast Guard approved food bars. Personal Pouches(2), each containing goggles(1), poncho(1), wet wipes(15), female hygiene items(3), whistle(1), and sleeping bag(1). The GridNet system stores a knife(1), tent(1), paracord(1), duct tape(1), weather radio(1), cable ties(10), splint(1), match set(1), glow sticks(6), Lifestraw(1) and the Surviveware Small First Aid Kit(1) is stored inside the dedicated First Aid Pocket.
|Survival Backpack (Black)||Small First Aid Kit||Large First Aid Kit||Waterproof First Aid Kit||Survival Kit (Black)||Trauma Kit|
|Dimensions||20" x 14" 10"||7.5" x 6" x 3.5"||12" x 8" x 6"||9" x 7" x 4"||12" x 8" x 6"||9" x 6" x 6"|
|Weight||27 lbs||1 lb||3.25 lbs||2.25 lbs||3 lbs||1.8 lbs|
|Bag Material||600D Tarpaulin Bag||600D Polyester Bag||600D Polyester Bag||600D TPU Bag||600D Polyester Bag||600D Polyester Bag|
|50 Piece Mini Kit||X||X||✓||X||X||X|
|First Aid Guide||✓||✓||✓||✓||X||X|
|FSA & HSA Eligible||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
At Surviveware, we think preparedness, we live survival, and we breathe first aid. When you are stressed and faced with an emergency, being organized will help you stay calm. That's why all our kits are organized so you can find what you need. Our first aid kits do the thinking for you, so you can take action when time is of the essence.
Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2020
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The grid system inside is an awesome idea, as it allows you to customize the layout and to add some additional supplies to make it your own. Also, the separate food/water/personal pull-out bags for each person take organization to another level. The backpack itself is incredibly well built, and the cooler and laptop/important papers pockets are welcome features. The designated compartment on top for the included small first aid kit is absolutely brilliant, as in an emergency it is immediately accessible without having to open the backpack and look for it.
I have a competitor’s bag that was included in the fleet vehicle I have, and it absolutely pales in comparison in regards to the amount and quality of supplies as well as the organization of it, or lack thereof. If I have to travel out of town, the Surviveware bag goes with me and the competitor’s bag stays at home. I will be purchasing a second one in the future to cover my whole family.
Altogether, if you are looking to get a quality 72 hour bag, this is the one to get.
The backup by itself is probably the best of all. The velcros and straps offer a great flexibility to organize what it comes with plus anything you want to add.
It is important to say that this is a very personal thing. The backpack comes with everything you'll need if you just want to get a "plug and play'" kind of thing however I like to customize and have added extra items.
Things that I'm definitely missing are:
- a pot or pan to cook the meals.
- less packed water (less weight to carry) and maybe in exchange for a bladder to use with the water filter.
You might think of some other missing items but before you do, wait until you get the extra gift supplies they send after. I always loved that from Surviveware.
However, the lack of straps on sides of the carrier seems like a critical oversight.
There are backpack straps on the rear surface of the device- but that’s it.
If you want to grab it in a pinch you have to grab it by it’s back straps, and it will be clumsy unless it’s strapped to your back (and it’s heavy). Even a simple reinforced handle strap on the top and sides would be a huge improvement.
If you already have a BOB on your back this will supplement internal contents but without modification to provide a carrying strap the carrier itself seems prohibitively cumbersome for quick travel.
The scenarios in which this would be most helpful would likely require the ability to be adaptable and rugged. Relying on a single backpack strap is asking for trouble and does not provide for ease of handling any other way.
By Shano on September 19, 2020