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Survival Kit Equipment and Supplies
High quality Survival Gear Equipment and Supplies are an important part of any Survival Kit. That is why we only offer the most helpful and reliable Survival Products that are available on the market today. Our buyers search for the newest and most technically advanced equipment to enable you to build the best survival kit for the lowest cost possible.
We stock the individual Survival Gear that you will require to assemble your own Survival Kits or to supplement your existing Survival Kit. Do not forget to replace gear that has been used or lost.
If our live style does not include hiking, backpacking and wilderness adventure we may not fully comprehend what it is like not to have access to clean drinking water, food in the refrigerator and the means to cook and to keep warm and dry.
Imagine for a minute a natural or man-made
disaster strikes your state. It just you and your family; no shops are open,
there is nothing to buy, no electrical power and most importantly no food
provisions or water distribution. Even
if you are advised by the authorities to shelter in your own home during an
emergency situation, there may be no electrical power, drinking water or heat
in your house.
This may seem extreme but, as the news reports clearly show, our living
situation can change for the worst very quickly, through natural disasters,
terrorism, economic breakdown or worse still climate breakdown.
The three most important Survival
Supplies in any Survival Kit are the ones that keep you warm and dry, enable
you to prepare food and supply you with fresh drinking water. These are the
same items that you must consider when you plan a wilderness adventure.
Fortunately these requirements are not impossible or even difficult to achieve with the proper survival equipment.
Survival Gear Equipment
The three most important Survival Products in any Survival Kit are the ones that keep you warm and dry, enable you to prepare food and supply you with fresh drinking water. These three pieces of Survival Gear cover the three most important needs of any human and therefore should be addressed first when designing a survival kit.
Compasses and weather information devices are good Survival equipment to include in your kit. A Battery re charging system, be it hand cranking or solar, for Battery powered radios and cell phones should also be included.
The ability to start a fire for cooking or warmth is a major part of any Survival kit. Waterproof Tinder, Waterproof safety matches or a pocket sized fire starter are Survival Supplies you must have.
One of the most useful and versatile pieces of survival equipment is the Survival knife.
Swiss army pocket knife contains many tools in one small package.
Survival Gear Kits is here to supply all of your emergency supplies and survival equipment in these days of uncertainty. With the threat of terrorism and the up-swing of natural disasters, don’t be caught off guard. It has been shown from past disasters that those that are prepared before-hand will minimize their dependence on outside help and therefore survive with much less trauma.
· a supply of life sustaining water and food
· a way to cook food and heat water (stove)
· some type of lighting (flashlight, lantern)
· Shelter and warm clothing. (tent, sleeping bag, blanket)
Other items to pack in your disaster kit can be found round the house.
· Kitchen accessories: manual can opener; mess kits; an extra can of cooking fuel; sugar, salt, pepper; aluminum foil; plastic bags.
· One complete change of clothing and footwear for each family member, sturdy shoes or work boots, rain-gear, hat and gloves, thermal underwear, sunglasses.
· Tools and other accessories: paper, pencil; needles and thread; pliers, shut-off wrench; whistle; plastic sheeting; compass; survival knife.
· Sanitation and hygiene items: toilet paper, soap, hand sanitizer, liquid detergent; feminine supplies; personal items such as shampoo, deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes, comb and brush; plastic garbage bags (heavy-duty) and ties
Everyone should be capable of holding up on their own whether in the office, in the car, or at home for a minimum 72 hours with the proper survival equipment, according to government agencies.