The Earthquake Emergency has all the items you need to stay safe in the event of an earthquake. There’s enough food and water for one person to last 3 days with a 5 year shelf life. In addition there are light and communication items, tools and more. Learn more below.
Earthquake Emergency Kit – Free Shipping – 5-Year Shelf Life
DescriptionFree Shipping! Be Prepared! This Survival Kit has everything you need. Just add your personal items and you’re good for 5 Years. This 5-Gallon Bucket comes with a Toilet Seat Lid so you can use it for storage or a portable toilette. All the individual safety items come in waterproof packaging and fit neatly in the bucket. Bucket: 1 — 5-Gallon Bucket with Toilet Seat Lid. Food and Water: 5-year shelf life means you don’t have to update your bag every year. Just check the date and you’re good. 6 — 4.225 oz. Water Pouches (Filtered water. Coast Guard approved. 5-year shelf life.) 1 — 400 Calorie Food Bar (Coast Guard approved. 5-year shelf life.) 10 — Water Purification Tablets (purifies 10 liters of water) 1 — 1-Liter Bag with Straw (these are for the Water Purification Tablets. Just add water.) 1 — Water Purification Bottle – removes up to 99.99% of pollutants and contaminants, producing up to 100 gallons of clean drinking water Light and Communications: 1 — Radio/Flashlight/Siren/Phone Charger (Comes with an adapter for different chargers. Hand crank so you won’t need batteries. 1 minute of cranking gives you an hour and a half of LED usage.) 1 — Bright Sticks 1 — Whistle/Compass/Signal Mirror/Flint Starter/Waterproof Container (Comes with lanyard so you can keep it on your person. The whistle sound travels over 1 mile. You can keep medications or other small items inside.) 1 — Box of 40 Waterproof Matches 1 — Disaster “Help” Flag (36 x 24 inches, Be visible to search and rescue workers, Grommets on the corners to easily attach it in a visible place) Shelter and Warmth: 2 — Emergency Survival Sleeping Bags (These sleeping bags are waterproof and windproof while retaining 90% of your body heat. It doesn’t have the openings on the bottom which is where heat can be lost in the emergency blankets.) 2 — Rain Ponchos with Hoods 1 — Large Tarpaulin Tools: 1 — Multi-Function Pocket Knife (made of steel) 1 — Leather-Palm Work Gloves (Made to resist hot temperatures. Flexible and easy to work with.) 2 — N95 Respirator Dust Masks (NIOSH approved. Particulate respirators. Recommended for use against a pandemic. These are not the very basic dust masks that are found in many survival kits.) 1 — 50 feet of 550 Paracord (Holds up to 550 pounds) 1 — Safety Goggles 1 — Red Hard Hat 1 — QuakeHOLD! Putty 1 — Roll of Duct Tape 1 — Metal Hatchet 1 — Pack of nails Hygiene and Sanitation: Hygiene is important in a disaster; staying clean can protect against infection, disease, and depression. 1 — Deluxe Hygiene Kit (Tooth Brush, Tooth Paste, Disoposable Moisturized Napkins, Bar of Soap, Shampoo/ Conditioner, Dental Floss Toothpick, Twin Blade Razor, Comb, Femine Napkins, Washcloth, Shaving Cream, Deodorant Gel, Hand/ Body Lotion, Pocket Tissues) First Aid: 1 — Deluxe First Aid Kit (Bandages/gauze, topical ointments, medicine, and other first aid items) Stress Relief and Entertainment: 1 — Survival Playing Cards (Both a learning tool and a standard deck of cards. Learn about emergency signals, navigation, edible plants, poisonous plants, edible insects, fishing tips, water-finding tips, first aid, CPR, choking, snake bites, shelter, knots, and fire-starting ) 1 — Infectious-Waste Bag This Survival Kit was designed with advice from experts in government agencies and non-profit organizations.
|Dimensions||12 × 12 × 15 in|