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The Home Pack Backpack Emergency Preparedness Kit is designed to provide three people with a set of comprehensive emergency supplies to last for up to three days (72 hours). That's how long FEMA estimates you may be without basic services or how long it can take emergency personnel to reach you in the event of a disaster. This disaster kit is most suitable for those who believe they will leave their home in the event of a disaster.
Supplies in this Grag-n-Go emergency kit are stored in a heavy duty "EMERGENCY KIT" backpack which makes this the perfect grab-n-go solution when you need to leave on a moments notice.
The Emergency food and water in this kit has a 5 year shelf life and is approved by the United States Coast Guard and the Canadian Transport Authority.
The Emergency Food in this kit is ready to eat with no preparation required. Each food bar is divided into 6 premeasured 400 calorie meals. These non-thirst provoking emergency food bars have a pleasant lemon flavor and are enriched with vitamins and minerals that exceed the RDA recommendations. They hold up in extreme temperature of between -40° F and 300°F (-40°C to 149°C) and contain no cholesterol or tropical oils. In addition, each food bar is: safe for vegetarians and those allergic to nuts, is Kosher, and meets the dictates for Halal.
The Emergency Radio (KA332W) included with the Home Pack Emergency Kit can be charged using one of four different methods: Hand-Crank, Solar Panel, 3 AAA Batteries (Optional), or AC Adapter (Not Included). This radio receives NOAA, FM, and AM Bands. In addition, it has a built-in super bright LED flashlight and mobile phone charger that works with all mobile phones using your existing USB charging cable.
The Home Pack Emergency Kit contains a set of emergency supplies that exceed the guidelines established by FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security and is suitable for use in emergency situations including: earthquakes, tornadoes, winter storms, thunderstorms, hurricanes, floods, wildfires, landslides, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, and extreme heat and cold.
|Heavy-Duty "EMERGENCY KIT" Backpack (13" x 16.5" x 6.5")||1|
|Emergency Food Ration (2400 Calorie)||3|
|Emergency Drinking Water Pouch (4.22oz)||18|
|Emergency Survival Blanket||3|
|Waterproof Poncho (Adult Size)||3|
|N95 Dust Mask||3|
|Personal Tissue Pack||3|
|Moiste Towelettes (3 Pack)||3|
|Emergency Communications Planning Card||3|
|AquaTab Water Purification Tablet||10|
(Crank/Solar/AAA NOAA/AM/FM LED Flashlight, Cell Charger)
|Green Lightstick (12 Hour)||1|
|5 In 1 Whistle with Lanyard
(Whistle, Compass, Match Container, Flint Fire Starter, Signal Mirror)
|Tube Tent (2 Person)||1|
|Basic First Aid Kit (60 Piece)||1|
|Nylon Rope (50')||1|
|Duct Tape (10 Yards)||1|
|Swiss Army Like Knife (17 Function)||1|
|Waterproof Matches (Box of 40)||1|
|Heavy Duty Work Gloves||1|
Posted by Jeanne Bradley on 6th Oct 2016
This kit had all the basics you could need. Luckily, haven't had to use it but I am keeping it in my car just in case. I was actually surprised at how sturdy the backpack felt and there was still room for me to add my own miscellaneous items (toiletries, clothes, etc.). After I bought one for me and liked it so much, I ended up buying two more (one for my mom and one for my daughter) for their cars. You never know when you are going to get stuck away from home in an emergency (i.e. snow storm). Better to be safe than sorry!
Posted by Unknown on 5th Jul 2016
This product is designed perfectly for our family. In case of a flood or tornado we will be well prepared. We live in a flood plain and last year we were without sewer, so this will help in case of another flood.
Posted by Carly on 16th Jun 2016
This kit comes with everything described. We've not had to use it, but I suppose that's a good thing. We bought this kit because (though it's similar to many others on the market) it has the combo radio/flashlight/USB charger that is battery/crank/solar/AC operated, as well as emergency food and water rations. Granted, we are also keeping additional emergency food, water, and other first aid kits on hand. We also like that there is extra room to pack our own things. Hopefully everything will stay neatly packed in the bag and it will gather dust in our shed, but since we live in the heart of earthquake country we have peace of mind knowing it's there waiting for us.