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2-Person 72 Hour Emergency Kit for Power Outage, Weather Disasters etc.

$ 46.50 $ 53.94

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72 Hours is the Critical Time Frame needed in most emergencies to get thru before being able to resume normal activities.

Power Down can take three Days before you are up again, most food will spoil in that time.

Why chance it, why not be prepared for that Ice Storm, Blizzard, Hurricane or Tornado.

Isn't protecting your loved ones worth a few bucks? 

This two-person emergency kit provides you with the very basic tools and gear for a 72-hour period.

Or wil cover ONE person for 6 days.

Complete with two 3600 calorie food bar and 12 pouches of water, your dietary needs are taken care of.

That, combined with other essentials for warmth, first-aid, light, shelter, and communication makes this 72-hour kit an essential partner for your car, home, or camping trips.

Keep it in an easy-to-reach location as your preferred bug-out bag, because when a crisis arises, there wont be much time to gather your supplies.

We have created this personal 72-hour kit with you in mind. From the backpack itself to the contents within, everything is chosen specially to help be prepared for any disaster that comes your way.


  • (1) - Medium Backpack
  • (2) - 3600 Calorie Food Bars
  • (12) - 4.2 oz Water Pouches
  • (2) - First Aid Kits
  • (2) - Emergency Sleeping Bags
  • (2) - Emergency Ponchos
  • (4) - Hand and Body Warmers
  • (1) - 13 Function Knife
  • (1) - 5-in-1 Survival Whistle
  • (1) - Emergency Whistle
  • (2) - Lightsticks
  • (1) - Box Strike Anywhere Matches
  • (2) - Tissue Packs

Weight: 10 lbs 6 oz (4.71 kg)


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