Ready America 70385 Grab `N Go Deluxe 4 Person Backpack

08/12/2013 - Comment

When the zombie apocalypse comes, you’ll need to be ready to hit the road or go deep into the woods in a hurry. That’s why you need a bugout bag.  The Ready America Emergency Backpack – 4 Person contains all the life-saving supplies and more that a family will need to survive for 72 hours.

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(as of 08/12/2013 4:22 PM EST - Details)

When the zombie apocalypse comes, you’ll need to be ready to hit the road or go deep into the woods in a hurry. That’s why you need a bugout bag.  The Ready America Emergency Backpack – 4 Person contains all the life-saving supplies and more that a family will need to survive for 72 hours. Keep this kit on hand at home, in the car boat, or RV. Includes food and water for 4 people, 4 survival blankets, 4 ponchos, first aid kit, leather work gloves, 4 goggles, 4 dust masks, and more.

These days, with governments advising that we should be self-reliant for at least the first 72 hours after a disaster, it’s absolutely essential that we have emergency supplies at your disposal. With the highest goal of keeping you prepared for unthinkable situations, you can be sure Ready America has chosen the items that are most needed in a disaster. When it comes to emergencies, you can trust Ready America products to deliver when it counts. Be well-prepared for emergencies.

Product Features

  • 4 Person Kit
  • US Coast Guard approved food and water
  • Enough supplies for 3 days

The Deluxe Emergency kit contains enough emergency supplies to sustain 4 people for three days, as recommended by the American Red Cross.  Each kit includes 4 water boxes, food supply, 4 emergency ponchos, 4 survival blankets, 4 12-hour lightsticks, 4 pair nitrile gloves, 4 NIOSH N-95 dust masks, pocket tissues, emergency whistle, leather gloves, Multi-Tool, 10yds. Duct Tape,  4 pair goggles, 3 bio-hazard bags, premoistened towlettes, emergency communication plan/contacts, first aid kit that has 107 pieces, Emergency power station 4-function (flashlight, AM/FM radio, siren, cell phone charger) and a backpack. The kit, in a handy backpack, can be stored at home, at school, and at the office.

To be prepared to last the zombie apocalypse longer than three days, you will also want to pack the Gerber 31-000701 Bear Grylls Survival Series Ultimate Kit in your pack. For defense, I recommend the Gerber 30-000601 Zombie Apocalypse Survival Kit.

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Comments

C B says:

Great Pack; Great Customer Service Great pack of prepared survival supplies. The emergency hand crank power “station” with flashlight, AM/FM radio, siren, cell phone charger is especially nice. We bought the deluxe kit for this. The water supply is not really adequate for a somewhat comfortable three days (but more would make it super heavy), so we added potable aqua water treatment tablets as well as a Sierra saw and Bic lighters among some other serious items we wanted. We also added some niceties, like small toothbrushes…

Roger Hannahs says:

RWH Two of the 4 water packs were leaking when received. Back pack is NOT water proof. The back pack was cheaply made as were most of the items. Very disappointed. I wasted my money.

Kaia says:

Emergency kit I just received this item and went through it very thoroughly. For the price and the purpose, I really have no complaints.The pack fully loaded weighs about 20 pounds. The pack itself is small, and that 20 pounds seems more like 50 because the distribution is in such a small area. However, this is for emergency use, not for camping or hiking.Once you remove the extra packing material on the “emergency power station” and the first aid kit, you definitely have some extra…

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