Saturday, 02 November 2013 00:00

Emergency Backpack Kit On Sale!

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For home or on the go, this kit includes most everything you need for a short term emergency which could include anything from a power outage to a major storm.
Just add more food and water to this kit if you want to prepare for something longer term.

(KEX4 Pictured to the left)

Mayday Industries has been around for a while and knows what the most needed items are for an emergency.

The backpack is for easy storage and to carry your kit with you if you have to leave your refuge for whatever reason. Take your survival items with you.

As stated above, all this kit needs is a little more food and water and you are good for an extended emergency. How long does it usually take for rescue teams to arrive? It can vary from a few hours to several days and in some cases a couple of weeks. That’s why these kits have shelter and blankets.

Use the radio to get the latest available updates on your situation as reports come in. Use the camper stove for hot meals.

If you are home and expect a utility outage that might mean no toilets. Consider the Honey Bucket Deluxe Emergency Kits if that is more important to you.


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