4 Person Ultimate Deluxe Backpack Survival Kit

Item No. SKBP4DD
A 4-person, 72-hour portable survival kit packaged in a nylon backpack designed to safely store in a vehicle.  This deluxe portable survival kit contains the necessary survival supplies needed during a roadside emergency or evacuation.  The kit contains 2400 Calorie Food Bars and water pouches to
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  • 3 DAY SUPPLY, 4 PERSON
  • FOR EVACUATIONS OR ROADSIDE EMERGENCIES
  • 5-YEAR SHELF-LIFE

BENEFITS & DESCRIPTION

Keeping an Emergency Survival Kit in your car is an essential part of keeping you and your family safe in case of an emergency.

But don't waste your time and money constantly replacing unreliable store-bought items. Many people don't realize that store-bought items such as canned food and bottled water don't store safely for longer than 6 months; and even less when exposed to extreme temperatures. ER™ Survival Kits are designed by emergency preparedness experts to contain the most critical and reliable survival supplies. Each kit contains a 3 day supply per person of US Coast Guard Approved survival food and water that is guaranteed to last for 5 years even when stored in extreme conditions.

The 4 Person Ultimate Deluxe ER™ Survival Kit is designed for the car and includes a 72-hour survival supply of emergency food, water, lights, radio/communication, shelter, rescue, and first aid to prepare you for any disaster on the road. Contents are neatly packaged in a durable nylon backpack to carry supplies hands-free to safety by foot.

This deluxe survival kit also comes equipped with a Solar and Hand-Crank Powered NOAA Weather Band / AM / FM Radio, Flashlight, and USB device charger to charge your smart phone and other devices. It never needs batteries! Simply recharge it using the hand-crank or solar panel. Plus, you can use it to charge your iPhone, iPad, Droid, Blackberry, or other device in an emergency so that you can stay in touch with your family and other emergency contacts following a disaster.

Why do you need a survival kit in the car?

You need to keep a survival kit in your car in case you are on the road when a disaster strikes. The roads may become unsafe or impossible to drive. You may be forced to travel great distances and endure extreme weather conditions as you walk to a safe location or to meet up with loved ones.

Being prepared ahead of time is the best insurance plan you can have to protect your family should a disaster strike. Don't delay, prepare today!

FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS

SKU:     SKBP4DD
Brand:     ER™ Emergency Ready
Weight:     16 lbs.
Dimensions:     12" x 7.5" x 18"
Shelf-life:     up to 5 years (food, water, lightsticks, water purification tablets), shelf life varies on some first aid items
Supply Duration:     3 days, 4 people
Disaster Usage:     earthquakes, hurricanes, tornados, tsunamis, winter storms, terrorist attacks, floods

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A 4-person, 72-hour portable survival kit packaged in a nylon backpack designed to safely store in a vehicle.  This deluxe portable survival kit contains the necessary survival supplies needed during a roadside emergency or evacuation.  The kit contains 2400 Calorie Food Bars and water pouches to provide 72-hours of nourishment for up to 4 people.  The food bars can be crumbled and mixed with water for young children.  In addition, the kit includes ponchos and thermal blankets for inclement weather, first aid supplies, a radio/flashlight combo that also charges cell phones, survival guide, water purification tablets and other crucial items to help your family survive any unexpected disaster while on the road.  The food bars and water pouches are certified by the U.S. Coast Guard to store safely for up to 5-years even when exposed to extreme temperature fluctuations ensuring this kit can store safely inside your vehicle. 
Reviews (1)
  • Recommend
    This is a great pack to purchase and it’s for an entire family that I recommend this if you have children.Just saying
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