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1 Person Necessity Survival Kit

Original price $80.99 - Original price $80.99
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$80.99
$80.99 - $80.99
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"This kit includes the following:



Food and Water: The food and water in this kit have a 5-year shelf life, and are meant to provide nutrition for 72 hours.



    • (6) 4 oz. Water Pouches


    • (9) 400-Calorie Food Bars


    • (10) Water Purification Tablets - each tablet purifies 1 liter of water


    • (1) 1-Liter Hydration Bag with Straw



Tools and First Aid: These tools can be useful when you need help with navigation, transport, personal protection, or shelter. A  first aid kit can be used to treat minor injuries and protect against more serious health threats in a disaster.



    • (1) 5 in 1 Emergency Whistle


    • (1) Small Bandage Kit



        • (3) Alcohol cleansing pads


        • (1) Butterfly closure


        • (10) Cotton tip applicators


        • (2) Gauze pads


        • (10) Plastic bandages (3/4'' x 3'')


        • (10) Plastic bandages (3/8'' x 1 1/2'')


        • (1) Reusable case






Light and Communication: These items can come in handy if you experience a home power outage, car trouble, or other emergencies.



    • (1) AM/FM Radio (batteries included)


    • (1) Deck of Survival Playing Cards - 52 cards illustrating valuable survival skills that will educate and entertain you in an emergency


    • (1) Hand Rechargeable Flashlight (never needs batteries)


    • (1) Flint Starter



Shelter and Warmth: These supplies will protect you from wind, sun, rain, and other harsh conditions.



    • (1) Emergency Blanket


    • (1) Emergency Poncho


    • (1) Hand/Body Warmer



Hygiene and Sanitation: Hygiene is important in a disaster; staying clean can protect against infection, disease, and depression.



    • (1) Pack of Pocket Tissues


    • (3) Wet Wipes


    • (3) Disposable Face Masks



Emergency Survival Kit Information:



This kit was designed using advice from experts in the field of emergency preparedness. It follows guidelines offered by government agencies and nonprofit preparedness organizations. "