Kit contents: - 4 Emergency Food Bars (3600) - 24 Emergency Drinking Water - 4 Emergency Survival Blanket - 2 12 Hour Light Stick - 1 MSHA Approved Flashlight - 3 D Cell Battery - 2 AA Cell Battery - 1 Waterproof Whistle - 1 Box of Waterproof Matches 40 ct. Creating your own disaster survival kit is one way to ensure that you and your family are able to survive on your own after an emergency in the event your lives are interrupted by a disaster.
While a basic survival style go bag is great for the majority of people, those of us who rely on technology to get get things done need a different set of tools.
Contains the necessary items to sustain 1 person for 3 days of survival during a zombie apocalypse or any type of disaster!
Survival kits and bug out bags are pre-prepared packs with tools and supplies to aid in a survival situation. Fire Making Tools – This includes lighters, water proof matches, fire steel and any other way you can create fire. Signaling Tools – A whistle and signaling mirror are all great tools when you need to get someones attention.
Hunting and Fishing Tools – A small firearm for hunting game and fishing gear for fishing are fairly important if you plan on being in survival mode for any extended period of time.


Food and Water – Your survival kit should always include some water and some light high calorie food. They allow you to provide for yourself by including tools to build a shelter, catch food, make fire and disinfect water. For this reason, Simple Productivity recommends you keep an office survival kit in your desk for emergencies.
The bag should have survival supplies to keep you fed and with water for at least 72 hours.
Survival kits are meant to be mobile and provide you the tools to acquire resources you will need later that you are unable to bring with you now. First Aid Kit – Being in survival mode probably means more injuries and chances to hurt yourself.
There is just so many uses for a knife and multitool, like hunting, building shelter, making tools and traps.
550 Parachute Cord and Tarps – Cordage is another very useful tool for setting up tarps and animal snares.


If you are in need of assistance you may only get one chance to get someone to notice you so the more tools the better. Hatchet or Saw – Depending where you are you will probably need a larger cutting tool. Whether it’s a natural or man-made disaster in your area, having basic supplies will help ensure safety and survival for yourself and the people important to you. Survival is all about limiting calories burned when food is scarce and these tools will help you do that.




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