Die-hard doomsday fanatics and those that simply want to be safe can fall in love with this bag. Let’s face it, we all want to be prepared when disaster comes at us. It is scary at times when you think about things that could happen like hurricanes, earthquake or any of the other horrible thoughts that can come to your head.
Good news is, First My Family made an awesome survival kit that comes with supplies that will last up to four people. There are two easy-carry backpacks that will have you ready to leave your home when disaster comes. There are sensible things like food, water and this means a good night’s sleep for you.
You get all the basic survival staples that are perfect is something bad comes at you. The first thing is the survival kit has four bars of food rations that are at 2400 calories each. This means three days of nutrition for each person. You also get certified Coast Guard water that is included for emergencies. The first aid kit that is included works for anyone that might have been hurt and you can use the flashlight that lasts up to 400 hours too. The glow sticks last 12 hours, ponchos are in there for the rain, body warmers so you aren’t going to freeze during the night and an emergency whistle with a compass if you lose your way and flint to start a fire.
- (4) – 2400 Calorie Datrex Food Rations, (24) packs of Datrex Emergency Water (Coast Guard Certified)
- (1) Lifeline 85-Piece Large Hard Shell First Aid Kit, (1) Lifegear LED Flashlight – Lasts 400 hours
- (4) 12-hour glowsticks, (4) Ponchos for severe weather, (4) 24-hour Body Warmers
- (1) 5-1 Emergency Whistle with whistle. compass, flint, storage container
- (8) Medical grade face masks for dust (1) Pocket Knife, (1) Premium Sport Backpack and (1) Deluxe Backpack
There is no need to add anything to your survival kit. SOme other kits you get might need to have things added, but you don’t have to add anything here. That’s why the price is set to where it is. The cost of the pack provides everything that you need for four people to be in the wilderness for three days. That’s not overpriced at all. The ease of carrying is another perk. Since it is in two backpacks that means one person isn’t going to have to foot the whole load. It’s grab and run if something bad comes about.
Some people complained that the ration bar would be pretty hard to eat. It would be better with freeze-dried meals.
All in all, you’re not going to find a better survival kit for multiple people that will beat this price. It is affordable and has everything you need.