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SKDK - Guardian One Person Deluxe Emergency Survival Kit

SKDK - One Person Deluxe Survival Kit
Manufacturer:  Guardian Survival Gear  SKU:  SKDK
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This is an impressive kit which is fully equipped with first aid, a radio, a tent, sleeping bag, and more. I bought one for each member of my family.

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Hurricane Katrina and the Haiti earthquake have taught us that natural and other disasters can and do happen. When emergencies like these occur the brunt of the devastation isn't always in its initial stages, but in the onslaught that can follow, such as delayed emergency help or shortage of food and shelter for maybe days on end. Indeed, those who are out camping, hiking, or doing similar activities can be susceptible to dangers that can lead to equally devastating results. For this reason, we've put together the essential Survival Kit designed to get you through any potential disaster.

This Survival Kit has everything one person will need to survive on for as much as 72 hours. From food and water supplied featuring an impressive 5 year shelf-life, to hygiene and first aid, there's nothing in this kit that won't be absolutely essential to keeping you safe before help can arrive.

Additionally, the items are all contained within a durable backpack that adds portability to the kit.

The kit includes the following:

Food and Water:
Rest assured knowing you have food and water with proper nutrition in any type of disaster. These products have a 5 year shelf life.

  • 6 Boxes of Aqua Blox Water Boxes
  • 6 - 400 Calorie Food Bars (2400 calories)
  • 10 water Purification Tablets - each tablet purifies 1 liter of water

Light and Communication:
Never be stranded without the proper suplies to help you keep in communication with those around you.

  • Am/Fm Radio with Headphones and Batteries
  • Rechargeable Squeeze Flashlight - 3 LED Flashlight
  • 36 Hour Emergency Glow Stick
  • 5-in-1 Survival Whistle
  • Box of Waterproof Matches
  • Bic Style Lighter

Shelter and Warmth:
Nothing is worse than being cold and without shelter. With these items you will be comfortable even during the coldest times.

  • Emergency Survival Sleeping Bag
  • 16-20 Hour Body Warmer
  • 2 Person Tube Tent with Rope
  • Emergency Poncho with Hood

Tools:
These are items that you will be glad you have in a time of need. You may even find yourself using the, for day to day use.

  • 16 Function Knife
  • Plam Dotted Working Gloves
  • N95 Respirator Dust Mask - NIOSH approved
  • 50 Feet of Nylon Rope

Hygiene and Sanitation:
When you aren't sure how long you will be without power or utilities, the simple act of freshening up can boost your attitude in any situation.

  • 24 Piece Deluxe Hygiene Kit
  • 3 Pocket Tissue Packs

First Aid:
With these items you will be able to tend to minor injuries and offer relief to in need.

  • 36 Piece Portable First Aid Kit
  • Guardian First Aid Essentials Kit

Other:
If you find yourself in a mundane situation, use these items to entertain yourself until circumstances change.

  • Notepad
  • Pencil
  • Deck of Playing Cards for Entertainment
  • Infectious Waste Bag
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1. Anonymous User on 3/18/2011, said:

This is a well constructed backpack that is packed with supplies for many different needs to help you survive in the event of a disaster. I purchased 6 of these as Christmas gifts for family members. Everyone was delighted with their gift, and my concern for their being prepared in the event of a disaster. You not only need to be prepared at home but also if away from the house (work, shopping, vacation), so keep one in your car at all times!

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