Premium Home Emergency Bag (1 person)

$109.99

Description

This Home Pack Emergency Preparedness Kit is designed to provide one person with 3 days (72 hours) of emergency survival supplies that meet the guidelines established by FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security.  This high-quality reliable kit is designed by professionals who know what items a survival kit needs to keep you and your family safe.

All of the survival supplies in the Premium Home Pack come packed and organized in the best-in-class rugged EP-FLEX2 Emergency Backpack.  The Home Pack Emergency Kit allows you to comfortably wear or carry your supplies and go.  This adjustable backpack has 7 zippered compartments, a water bottle holder, a dedicated document compartment, an attached key ring with carabiner for extra keys, numerous elastic straps for securing items, and a main compartment with zippered door that fully opens for quick and easy access to supplies.  The EP-FLEX2 backpack is designed from the ground up for emergency preparedness use and should not be compared to kits using off-the-shelf school backpacks to store supplies.

This Premium Kit contains Mainstay emergency food rations and water pouches that have a shelf life of 5 years.  The Mainstay food ration has a non-thirst provoking vitamin enriched formula with a pleasant lemon flavor.  It contains 2,400 calories and is segmented into 6 sections (2 sections per day).  It’s safe for both vegetarians and those allergic to nuts and is Kosher.  These rations hold up in temperature extremes of between -40 and 300-degrees F.  Also included are water purification tablets and a 20 oz water bottle for you to purify 10 additional quarts of water if needed.

The Premium Kit comes with the amazing EP-EMR1000 Emergency Radio.  This multi-function radio has a high-capacity internal 1,000 mAh Lithium battery that can be charged using the built-in hand crank or solar panel.   The radio receives the NOAA emergency band (FEMA recommended) plus FM and AM and has a bright LED flashlight and a mobile phone charger.

The Home Pack Emergency Kit (1 Person) Contains:

ItemQuantity
SUPPLY CONTAINERS
Premium Emergency Preparedness Backpack (EP-FLEX2)1
FOOD AND WATER
Mainstay Emergency Food Ration (2400 Calorie)1
Mainstay Emergency Drinking Water (4.22oz)6
AquaTabs Water Purification Tablets10
Water Bottle (20oz)2
LIGHTING AND COMMUNICATION
Multi-Function Emergency Radio (EP-EMR1000)
(Hand-Crank, Solar, NOAA, AM, FM, LED Flashlight, Mobile Phone Charger, 1000 mAh Lithium Battery)
1
Yellow Lightstick (12 Hour)1
Emergency Whistle with Carabineer (125db)1
Emergency Communications Planning Card1
Clipboard with Pencil1
FIRST AID
Compact Trauma Kit in Removable Pouch (100 Piece) – See Below for Details1
SHELTER AND WARMTH
Emergency Survival Blanket1
Hand Warmers (Pair)1
Tube Tent / Plastic Sheeting (2 Person)1
Waterproof Matches (Box of 40)1
SANITATION
N95 Dust Mask1
Personal Tissue Pack1
Moist Towelettes (3 Pack)1
Hand Sanitizer (2oz)1
TOOLS / MISC
Swiss Army Like Knife (17 Function)1
Nylon Rope (30′)1
Duct Tape (10 Yards)1
Heavy Duty Work Gloves (Pair)1
HYGIENE
Hair Comb1
Bar of Soap1
Toothbrush1
Toothpaste (2oz Tube)1
Razor1

The Compact Trauma Kit (100 Piece) Contains:

ItemQuantity
Heavy-Duty Removable Pouch with Clear Top1
CPR Instruction Card1
Triple Antibiotic Ointment Pack (.5g)2
Antiseptic Cleansing Wipe3
Burn Cream2
Hand Sanitizer Packet (.9g)2
Trauma Pad (5″ x 9″)1
Gauze Dressing Pad (4″ x 4″)2
Gauze Dressing Pad (3″ x 3″)2
Conforming Gauze Roll Bandage (3″)1
First Aid Tape Roll (1/2″ x 10 Yard)1
Triangular Sling Bandage1
Adhesive Plastic Bandage (3/4″ x 3″)20
Adhesive Plastic Bandage (1″ x 3″)15
Junior Adhesive Plastic Bandage (3/8″ x 1 1/2″)15
Patch Plastic Bandage (1-1/2″ x 1-1/2″)5
Knuckle Fabric Bandage5
Fingertip Fabric Bandage5
Thermometer (One-Time Use)1
Tweezers1
Nitrile Gloves (Pair)1
Cotton Swab1
Tongue Depressor1

Important Notes:

The Home Pack Emergency Kit is designed to meet the guidelines established by FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security.  This survival kit is suitable for use in disaster and emergency situations including:  earthquakes, tornadoes, winter storms, thunderstorms, hurricanes, floods, wildfires, landslides, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, extreme heat and cold, and lockdown events.

The following FEMA recommended personal items are obviously not included in this kit and should be added:  photographs of family members, extra pair of prescription glasses, important medications, copies of important documents like social security cards, health insurance cards, insurance policies, driver’s licenses, etc.  Also, pets have needs too!  Dog and Cat owners should consider a Pet Emergency Kit.

This kit is designed and assembled in the USA. Emergency food and water in this kit is made in the USA.