1 Person Essential Survival Kit

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A hurricane, storm, earthquake, or a pandemic—any disaster can bring your life to a halt. You will have no choice but to stay indoors and fend for yourself until the worst is over.

Prepare yourself with a 72-hour emergency survival kit. It is an emergency kit for cars, homes, schools, or places you visit often. The essential survival kit has everything from food and water to warmth, shelter, hygiene products, and first aid.


  • 5-year shelf life.
  • Lasts for 72-hours.
  • Water pouches.
  • Food bars.
  • Water purification tablets.
  • Hydration bag.


  • Protection from wind, sun, rain, and harsh weather.
  • Hand or body warmer.
  • Emergency poncho.
  • Emergency blanket.


  • Treatment of minor wounds.
  • Defense against health threats.
  • Small bandage kit.


  • Useful for navigation and personal protection.
  • Emergency whistle.
  • Safety goggles.
  • Small sewing kit.
  • Pocket knife.


  • Protection from diseases and infections.
  • Deluxe hygiene kit.
  • Biohazard waste bag.
  • Soap, shampoo, and conditioner.
  • Hand and body lotion.
  • Comb, tissue pack, and deodorant gel
  • Washcloth, and more.


  • Useful for power outages and car troubles.
  • Hand rechargeable flashlight.
  • Candles (30+ hours).
  • AM/FM radio.
  • Flint starter.




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