During a hurricane there are 4 main things you may have to go without; power, communication, water, and modern day plumbing. The Complete Hurricane 72-Hour Survival Kit is designed to tackle these issues to help you whether the storm.
The only 72-hour kit designed specifically for hurricanes. Created to provide solutions for the unique challenges that hurricanes present, this survival kit will help keep your family safe whether you are sheltering in at home or evacuating to a shelter; all provisions are packed in a waterproof, durable 5 gallon bucket for a portable go kit you can keep in your home, car, garage, or office
Water: your most important resource. You can survive 3 weeks without food, but rarely more than 3 days without water*; hurricanes can limit access to clean water, this kit contains supplies to provide the FEMA recommended 1 gallon per person per day including 6x 1 gallon water pouches and 30x water purification tablets; collapsible for easy storage, fill the bags in preparation for the storm and know you have an ample supply of safe, drinkable water *duration may vary based on conditions
Hygiene and sanitation quickly become difficult to maintain in the aftermath of a destructive hurricane, combat the spread of illness and harmful bacteria with the supplies to properly manage waste
More lighting for extended power outages. During Hurricane Michael up to 1.7 million customers across six states experienced power outages*; have multiple options for light sources, charge your phone or device, and receive emergency NOAA messages broadcast over the radio with Complete Hurricane Survival Kit *source U.S. Energy Information Administration
Emergency Guidebook: Not only does this emergency go bag have the survival tools and emergency gear you need to survive in a hurricane, but also included is our Emergency Preparedness Guidebook that will give you the knowledge and confidence you need to as well. In it you will find crucial survival information from how to create an emergency plan, to administering life-saving first aid, to what to do during an earthquake, hurricane, wildfire, nuclear disaster, storms, pandemic, and more
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