Saturday, December 8, 2018

Rescue Guard 351-Piece Survival Pack

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.



We live in Florida, so we know what it's like to have to prepare for natural disaster. Preparation is key when the time comes because I guarantee that if you wait too long, there's going to be nothing on the shelves for you to buy at any store, that has to do with safety or care for when those lights go out (and they always go out). I'm talking about boards for windows, shutters (for the same), non-perishable food, bread, water, you name it. If it has to do with what you'll need during a hurricane, the stores are going to be sold out. That's why the Rescue Guard Survival Pack is something that would be relevant and important in every home where natural disasters are common occurrences (hurricanes, tornadoes, blizzards, earthquakes, etc.).



It looks like a regular backpack, but it's more. It's so much more!


Yes, there is a First Aid kit in it, of course, but that's just the tip of the iceberg. You're going to be amazed at all that is packed into this bag.


They've really thought of everything, from instant ice packs, to bandages, band-aids, tape, etc. There are practical items too, for wound or abrasion care.


It even has eye wash. Things you would think of, and things you wouldn't...but could definitely need, are all packed up nice and neat into the bag.


I love that there are pain killer tablets included. Whether you have a headache from stress or an injury...or just need to soothe an ache or pain from any other thing, you do want to have these on hand.


The little items are stored in their own cases, which definitely matters. When things are hectic you need to know exactly where to find the items you need.


This bag also has emergency purified drinking water and emergency food rations, which could easily be the most important items in the bag, in the case of a true emergency.


Should the disaster end up being huge to the point of having to relocate from your home, this bag also has things like a Survival Sleeping Bag that sleeps 2 adults and protects them from the elements.


There are also rain ponchos (essential to have on hand, and so easy to store...you can even put one in your pocket). There are also non-essentials to help keep your sanity, like playing cards. 😊 Top left? Duct Tape!! The fix all product for so many situations. Every emergency kit should have Duct Tape.


Rescue Guard has been very thorough in putting together these bags, and you would be hard pressed to find something missing that you might need when the time comes to use it. Dust mask, plastic gloves, heavy duty fabric work gloves, 



even antiseptic towelettes.


I like that one of the flashlights is the type that doesn't require batteries. Seems like anything with batteries that sits around waiting to be used, is unusable by the time you need it (ending up with corroded or dead batteries).


As if that weren't enough, this bag also has a waterproof reusable survival shelter. It fits 2 people. So if the unthinkable happens and you're out in the elements, this bag definitely has everything you'll want, and it's very easy to grab and bring with you in your time of need.


Maybe you'll never need it, and that's awesome, but if you do, this is a product that is worth its weight in gold.


($49.95, $99.95 and $179.95) offer peace of mind for someday … when the thought of providing food, water, shelter and fire may save a life. Sadly, the severe weather that creates tsunamis, earthquakes, blizzards and hurricanes seems to happen more often of late. Purchasing an all-in-one kit now is the smartest move any head of the household can make. Find each of the three red zippered backpacks at Amazon.

At websites like Ready.gov* and the Red Cross, the message is clear. Everyone needs to be self-sufficient for 3 days or 72 hours in case of a catastrophe. Help or rescue may not arrive until then. Folks who weathered Hurricane Sandy, Harvey or Florence have tales to tell about washed out roads, loss of electricity and evacuations. Having basic supplies that are packed into Rescue Guard Emergency Kit is key in any disaster.

Anyone who has lost power knows that you can only eat so much ice cream as the freezer melts away everything inside. There are no microwaves, refrigerators or faucets working. Roads may be blocked so you can’t get to a store or the shelves may be bare. Forget the TV or computer. Cell phones are only as good as the charger. That’s why it’s important to store enough food, water, clothing, and supplies to cover you and your loved ones when disaster hits.

It’s not just severe weather but hikers who may need survival gear. An ax, whistle and glow sticks suddenly become as critical as water. A survival sleeping bag for two provides protection from wind, sun and rain. The 72-hour kit includes the highest quality of first aid and tools as well as food and drink.

Inside the bright red zippered backpack discover four key categories -- First Aid, Survival Shelter, Food & Water plus Tools. Each kit can supply a family of four for 72 hours or a single person for 12 days! All three sizes/styles are sold on Amazon and can be delivered in 2 days via Prime--perfect for natural disasters with little warning. Smart folks are ordering theirs now to have on hand and hope they'll never need it! It's a lot of peace of mind for the money.
  
Food, water, and all the supplies needed including a 61-piece First Aid kit for up to 12 days for a single person or 6 days for 2 people or 72 hours for 4 people.

The Rescue Guard Survival Kits make a Great Gift Idea!

With the holidays coming up, I think this is definitely worth considering as a gift idea. That hard-to- buy-for-person on your holiday shopping list is very likely love and appreciate this gift. In any case, it's an essential item that anyone could appreciate owning and having in their home, holidays or not.  

Learn more by visiting Amazon.

23 comments:

Pat Hatt said...

Wow, they sure spared no need. Cards are a nice touch. Make my go bag look pathetic lol

Pat Hatt said...

Doesn't ship to Canada. hmph lol

Shelly said...

Yassss! This is what to get my dad. I knew something would pop up! He lives in South Carolina and this is perfecto!

Colette S said...

This is definitely a to-go bag! I love it!

Evelyn Hernandez said...

I live in Florida as well, and you are right, we should always be ready. This kit should be in all of our households.

HeidiDee said...

Wow this is so cool! We live in Tampa, and this would’ve come in handy when Irma hit last year!

Adriana Renee said...

I always think of the worst case scenario in emergencies. This is something great to have!

Clare Minall said...

This survival pack is really important. Every parent should have this and teach our kids on how to use this.

Preet said...

This looks and sounds great. I am so much more concerned with our safety than I used to be. So important to have this survival pack.

Ashley N Rice said...

I am planning on doing a camping/hiking trip soon. So, thank you for this!

Justyna Elizabeth Butler Photography said...

I need this backpack for my son who loves skiing!

Theresa Mahoney said...

No matter where you live, we should all have such a survival kit at our disposal. We live where tornadoes hit frequently, so it's best to always be prepared for any kind of disaster.

Fairuz Ibrahim said...

Wow. This is one comprehensive survival pack. Very handy during natural disasters, but also, as you've pointed out, for travellers and hikers too. First Aid kit, purified drinking water and flash lights are just some of things I need when I go on outdoor adventures. It's amazing the kind of stuff that can be found in this Rescue Guard Survival Pack!

Cindy said...

What peace of mind. That survival kit is jam-packed! It's amazing that it even has a shelter.

Bindu Thomas said...

This is such a great bag to have! This kit should be in all of our households.

Sudip Saha said...

Disaster Management is a very important part of our lives. Great to see it is being taught at small ages.

Ruxandra said...

It's such a comprehensive kit! I think every household would benefit from it

saniya puri said...

This is so true. It would make a wonderful gift. I would love to get it as a gift. Great idea!

Amandela said...

Wow, this survival pack is very inclusive. I think it contains essentials for any disaster big or small. We recently had a snow storm that restricted power to our house for several hours and we were so lost and unprepared. Will have to look into getting one of these for sure!

Corina said...

what a comprehensive and inclusive survival pack, really a great bag to have with us.

Unknown said...

Its a nice pack for every home. Not until disaster comes then we start running up and down.

Ruth Shapter said...

Being prepared for anything especially with all the disasters going on these days is so important and overlooked. Thank you for sharing as I’m sure this will put a lot of people’s minds at ease :3

Stuart Brazell said...

It is so important to be prepared for anything that is thrown our way thanks for this comprehensive piece