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Deluxe 4 Person 72 Hour Survival Kit

Deluxe Emergency Kit-4 Person, Emergency Zone Brand, Disaster Survival Kit, 72 Hour Kit

  • Because you never know where you are going to be during an emergency
  • Affordable price, great quality
  • Food and water have a 5 year shelf life
  • Great for the house, car, boat, camper, RV or office
  • Emergency Zone Brand

Emergency Zone BrandThis kit includes the following:
1 Large Backpack, 1 Flashlight with 2 D batteries included, 4 8 hour light sticks, 1 AM/FM radio with speakers with 2 AAA batteries included, 4 emergency blankets, 4 emergency ponchos, 2 tube tents, 4 3600 Calorie US Coast Guard approved Food Bars with a 5 year shelf life (SOS Brand–made in the USA), 24 US Coast Guard approved Water Pouches (125ml each) with a 5 year shelf life (SOS Brand–packaged in the USA), 1 bottle of 50 water purification tablets (Aquamira Brand–made in the USA), 1 Multi-tool knife, 1 5-in-1 survival whistle, 1 50 ft. rope, 1 pair of work gloves, 1 53 Piece First Aid Kit, 4 N95 masks, 1 Emergency Preparedness Guide–How to Prepare for Any Disaster, Don’t be caught in an emergency without preparation.Note Backpacks come in red or blue.

List Price: $ 119.99

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18 Comments/Reviews

  • Oliver Rivera says:

    Any Person advise a list, or immediate me to a listing of objects that would in shape in a 3ftx2ftx2ft box. The survival package would be for worst-case-disaster-apocalypse sort scenario.

  • Cosmofinnet says:

    Any Person suggest a list, or direct me to a record of objects that would suit in a 3ftx2ftx2ft box. The survival kit would be for worst-case-disaster-apocalypse type scenario.

  • jenelle evans says:

    I was just wondering what to be prepared for a natural disaster what would you need in your survival kit?

  • Mert Ali OK says:

    Im doing it for my science project i think that when you do a survival kit you need food and water and a first aid kit to last you for about 1 to 2 months for a disaster kit i have no idea and thanks

  • Neisha says:

    Every household should have an Emergency Survival Kit, in case a disaster should occur and you are required to leave your home.

    What items must be included in Emergency Survival Kit?
    Please cite your source(s) if you have any.

  • Danny Martucci says:

    Well since there’s been the earthquake and everything, you never know what’s going to happen and where it’s going to happen. I want to be prepared for a disaster etc. Well there’s 3 people in my house. 1 male and 2 females.

    So what should I use to make a survival kit? Any ideas?

  • darren roth says:

    be as specific as possible
    it’s for 3 days without your usual resources

  • Nordic Wonder says:

    Somebody suggest a list, or direct me to a list of items that would fit in a 3ftx2ftx2ft box. The survival kit would be for worst-case-disaster-apocalypse type scenario.

  • Danilo Medeiros says:

    I am in New Zealand and there have been alot of earthquakes lately and a definate prediction of a very big earthquake to come in the next 5 years or so. At school we are doing enterprise and we have to come up with, make and sell a product. One of our ideas was a natural disaster survival kit (seeing as currently everyone is worked up about earthquakes)containing: Water, food, survival blanket, first aid, torch, batteries, matches, can opener, natural disaster booklet and possible a cooker, pot and radio all packed into a tidy box.

    Firstly would you purchase one of these packs? And if so how much would you be willing to pay? Also if you want anything else you can think of that might be useful to put in the kit. Thanks!

  • William Riffle says:

    I plan on getting it for father’s day dad is a petty heavy smoker.

    What would be the best brand to get. I’ve heard that some brands cartridges last longer than others. Also some brands batteries aren’t worth crap I’m told. But not what brands these are.

  • numbah uno says:

    What metal are survival kits (for natural disasters ect) generally of?

    Thanks!

  • Andre Dafri Satria says:

    Well since there’s been the earthquake and everything, you never know what’s going to happen and where it’s going to happen. I want to be prepared for a disaster etc. Well there’s 3 people in my house. 1 male and 2 females.

    So what should I use to make a survival kit? Any ideas?

  • Tom Davenport says:

    I love to try new products and hear about stuff you’d keep an endless supply of if you could.

    For me, buying a product twice is a pretty big deal with all the competition, so I’ll name ones I really like.

    – Aveeno skin brightening daily scrub
    I use this any time, either when I wake up, am done working out, am going to bed. It’s just the right amount of exfoliation and you really can use it every day without drying out your skin. I never feel patchy or get red after using it and it does keep my face from looking dull afterwards. I kept it in my car for the longest time for emergencies, it’s great because you can get away without moisturizing or doing a toner afterwards.

    – Matrix Sleek Look shampoo and conditioner
    I have very thick, long, naturally curly/wavy hair that I straighten regularly, so even with good conditioning it can be really coarse and frizzy when I dry it. This conditioner is the best I’ve ever tried, over Redken’s smooth down, Biolages conditioning balm, and Bedheads straightening conditioner. It’s nice and thick, and you can still feel it conditioning even after you’ve rinsed it out. Recommended to me the first time I went to my hair stylist I’ve had for the past three years, and I’ve been using it since.

    – V.S. Beauty Rush mascara
    I won’t lie, this mascara has been replaced by Bare Escentuals BUXOM mascara as of late, but you cannot beat the $6 price tag, a third of the buxom mascara price and almost just as good! If the brush was better, it would probably be neck and neck, I love it. I love big eyelashes and don’t have time for falsies all the time, and this stuff always looks great. But the BUXOM mascara I’ve had for a week now, and I love love love the formula and the brush is suuuuper great. But we’ll see if I buy it twice or go back to VS 🙂

    – Clinique Superfit makeup
    Wow, my favorite foundation of all time. The first time I wore it was for prom over 2 years ago, and the only foundations I had used before that were drug store brands, nothing I was excited over. My best friend and I got our makeup done at the clinique counter, and after being up til around 2am and passing out that night in our makeup, I remember waking up the next day expecting a yucky, smeared mascara oily face, and everything was still perfect! I don’t remember the eye makeup too much, but my face didn’t have any sheen on it and I have t-zone oily skin. That same day I went back to the counter and bought the foundation. I’ve tried smashbox, bare escentuals, and while those are great I just love clinique’s so much better. It doesn’t provide super coverage, but I have good skin and don’t really need it. If I need it set more, I just use some pressed powder over it. It wears beautifully, and I’m almost ready to buy my third bottle, 2.5 years later.

    – Almay intense i-color eyeshadow
    I’ve never been a huge eye shadow person, to be honest, I can never really do the three color “eyelid, crease, and brow” combo on my eyelids, haha, but these colors are so pretty and the eyeshadow goes on soft and creamy and have the perfect amount of shimmer without being over the top sparkly or shiny. I have hazel eyes, and I get the pink/brown/goldish tan combo, and I never get tired of these colors. I can either wear the pink or brown individually, or odd as it is, combine all three for the perfect light brown color. And it lasts me all day.

    -Jergens gradual tanning lotion
    Although it has a bit of the fake tan smell which I don’t like, this stuff actually works and has a firming property in it that I can really see when I apply it to my upper legs. It’s real moisturizing just like regular jergens lotion, and although it goes on white it does give your skin a little color after it’s applied, and it’s much better than having to use spray tan in a can every time I go out, espec. if it’s when I’ll be getting wet or sweating (any time I’m outside, I live in florida).
    -Clinique’s three step skin care
    It was EXPENSIVE but I love that I bought it. I wasn’t sold the first week I used it, to be honest, it kind of felt like any other skin care regimen, but I’ve had it a couple months now and I’m amazed at how much more problem-free my skin is. I don’t use it twice a day, but more and more I go foundation-less because my skin is fine on its own. I use an eye makeup remover, then the bar, lasts forever and the suds do the work for you, the toner gets off all kinds of icky oils and makes your skin feel tingly, and the moisturizing gel (like I said, i usually have kinda oily skin and never liked moisturizers cause they made me feel even more oily) goes on nice and thin and doesn’t overload my pores. I recommend the gel over the plain moisturizer because that one has baby/mineral oil in it.

  • Tori becerra says:

    i was wanting to use a survial kit just to make it fun i was going to use this on
    http://www.survival-supply.com/person-deluxe-emergency-backpack-p-313.html

    could we survie the night with just those thing without haveing to go back inside thanks (also i might bring a portable DVD player so we can have entertament lol thanks
    i would like to put some mac-n-cheese and ramin nodles to eat and 4 plastic forks and maybe a 2 gallon thing of tap water with water purifers tablets in it lol
    i would like to put some mac-n-cheese and ramin nodles to eat and 4 plastic forks and maybe a 2 gallon thing of tap water with water purifers tablets in it lol
    oh FYI we well be staying outside during cold time thanks

  • LittleSallyWalker says:

    I’ve seen a surge in advertising so called “Disaster Survival Kits” for your home (even US Government sites recommending it). My friends are all hyped up for this after seeing how the Earthquake in Haiti hit the country. I just can’t imagine that running to some room in my house to get a heavy backpack is such a good idea…besides that, the stuff i need after a earthquake is different than stuff i need after a hurricane or flood or whatever disasters there are (earthquakes: they recommend a tent….useless after Hurricane Katrina….water everywhere, people on roofs…)

  • welynton rodrigo says:

    I’ve seen a surge in advertising so called “Disaster Survival Kits” for your home (even US Government sites recommending it). My friends are all hyped up for this after seeing how the Earthquake in Haiti hit the country. I just can’t imagine that running to some room in my house to get a heavy backpack is such a good idea…besides that, the stuff i need after a earthquake is different than stuff i need after a hurricane or flood or whatever disasters there are (earthquakes: they recommend a tent….useless after Hurricane Katrina….water everywhere, people on roofs…)

  • Marwan says:

    Also, how long does a bottle of water last? Forever?

  • ashhhaaaa says:

    Can a person in his thirties or forties learn technical writing and get employed in Bangalore? Is there an age limit? If a person in his/her forties is interested in technical writing and gets trained, will any company in Bangalore hire that person?

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