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Code Red 72-Hour BLS One Person Survival Kit

Code Red 72-Hour BLS One Person Survival Kit


 

Perfect for ONE person as a primary Basic Essentials 72 hour Survival Emergency Kit.


This Code Red Survival Kit can help you, get through those critical hours during and following a disaster such as Earthquake, Hurricane,Tornadoes, Severe Storms or even Terrorism. Stores easily. The food bars and drinking water have a storage life of 5 years. A great grab and go emergency kit.
List Price: $159.00
Our Price: $140.00
Sale Price: $129.88
Savings: $29.12

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Description
 
This kit like all CODE RED KITS is designed by emergency specialist and professionals. Our NEW CODE RED BLS series of survival kits contain the bare necessities for survival, or what we call a Basic Life Support survival kit.
The choice of products in this kit have been selected for one reason, to provide you with BASIC survival supplies at an economical price.
This 1-Person Code RED BLS Survival kit supports 1- Adult for three days (72 hours) of emergency supplies in a tough backpack. The Food and water rations in this emergency kit have a 5 year shelf life, and are approved by the U.S. Coast Guard.

Contents list below.

Shelter/Sleeping /Warmth Items

  • (1ea) Adult size rain ponchos. Can be trimmed down for children
  • (1ea) Large solar Mylar Sleeping Bag- Solar blankets retain 90% of your body heat- can be used as ground cover or a shield from the elements.
  • (2ea) Hands and Body Warmers - This is a great product to keep your hands and body parts warm from the cold. Air Activated. Can be slipped into pockets or positioned to soothe sore muscles. Body Warmers last up to 18 hours with an average temperature of 130°F/54°C. No shaking to activate

Hygiene Supplies

  • (1ea) Deluxe His/Hers Hygiene Kit
    DELUXE HYGIENE KIT This kit is assembled with care including many necessary items including the following items: toothbrush, toothpaste, wetnaps, bar of soap, .34 oz shampoo and conditioner, dental floss pick, .25 oz hand and body lotion, deodorant gel, twin blade razor, comb, maxipads, shaving cream packet, and washcloth.

    Lighting and Communications

  • (1ea) Lumilite Zeon Rubber Heavy Duty Flashlight- (125% brighter than krypton Weather & Chemical Resistance (100% Rubber Body) Lifetime Warranty requires 2 “D” batteries include.
  • (2ea)12-hour Light Sticks- A safer form of long lasting light instead of candles. Can be used inside structure or tent safely.
  • (1ea)Emergency AM/FM, Weather Band Radio.We have upgraded all of our CodeRED SURVIVAL PACKS to include the Voyager Trek NOAA weather Radio. NOAA WEATHER an HAZARD actually broadcasts on 7 channels throughout the U.S.. Unfortunately many weather radios included with survival kits have only one preset channel which means your area may not AUTO-RECEIVE NOAA WEATHER HAZARDS. The Voyager radio has a unique auto-channel selector for all seven channels. The 7 Band Weather radio precisely gives you weather bands. The weather alert feature enables you to receive the alert signal when a disaster arrives. It also provides you with 6 power sources to use this radio for any emergency situation. The power sources are cranking power, solar power, regular battery, rechargeable battery pack, AC adaptor charging or USB power from computer or any 5V output source. The super bright LED flashlight is perfect for use in the dark, the NOAA weather alert alerts you when the NOAA (Northern Oceanic Atmospheric Association) sends alert signals. You can hear weather bands from anywhere in the USA and Canada. Also, you are not limited to the local AM or FM only. This radio contains shortwave band which gives you stations from anywhere in the world. The radio is designed to charge many small electronic items. It is built with a USB jack that can connect too many standard USB enabled gadgets like your iPod or cell phone.
  • (1ea)5-in-1 Survival Whistle. Whistle, Compass, Flint, Mirror, Waterproof Container.

Food-Water Supplies

  • (1ea) 3600 Calorie Emergency Food Bar- It is recommended for adults1200 calories per day. Each food bar is 3600 calories have a 5 year Shelf Life Non-Thirst Provoking Withstands Temperatures of -40° F to 300°F Ready to Eat. It's new modern packaging even meets the stringent guidelines set by the Department of Defense. Enriched with vitamins and minerals exceeding the RDA requirements. MADE IN U.S.
  • (2ea) 400 Calorie Millennium Energy Bars- Millennium Energy Bars have a 5-year shelf life and each bar contains 400 calories. These food bars maximize the physiological efficiency of water usage by including low sodium levels. They also include a sufficient amount of carbohydrates and calories to prevent dehydration. They have a great taste and perfect as a snack.
  • (2-ea) 6 Packs in 1 Liter Water Container (24 pouches) These 6 Packs of Emergency Drinking Water contains 6-4.22oz of individual water pouches. In addition, each pouch is stamped with the expiration date, which makes it easy to determine when replacement is necessary. The six pouches are contained in a larger 1 liter reusable pouch with a built-in pour spout. When additional drinking water is available from other sources, this contains can be used as a water storage container. The container has a strong zip lock top to prevent spills. The drinking water in this kit has a 5 year shelf life and is approved by the U.S. Coast Guard.
  • First Aid Kit

    • (1ea) 65 pc first aid This first aid kit is packaged in a plastic case contains the following:
      20 Adhesive Bandages, 1 Butterfly Closure, 1 Tape Roll, 1 Trauma Pad, 1 Gauze roll, 2 Gauze Pads, 2 Examination Gloves, 2 Finger Splints 20 Q Tips, 3 Alcohol Pads, 1 Sting Relief Pad, 1 Burn Cream, 1 Ibuprofen, 2 Antacid, 2 Antibiotic Ointment, 1 Sunscreen, 2 Non Aspirin, 1 First Aid Guide, 1 Reusable Case Provides for minor cuts and scrapes .
    • (2ea) Dust Masks-Dust masks are included to prevent inhalation of dust particles in the air.

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