Lifeline® single person 48-hour disaster & first aid kit in a lightweight durable hand-carry bag includes 20 survival essentials.
Lifeline® essential 72-hour one person emergency kit with in lightweight and durable, easy-carry backpack.
Lifeline® premium 72-hour disaster kit for two people has 146-pieces, with water, first-aid and other necessities.
Lifeline® convenient 32oz BPA free water bottle includes a 34-piece ultimate survival kit for outdoor recreation.
Lifeline® comprehensive 29 piece survival kit is lightweight with a weatherproof plastic easy carry pouch.
NDuR® emergency survival bag is made of insulated materials to reflect back 90% of a user's body heat to prevent & treat hypothermia.
Survive Outdoors Longer® escape bivvy is lined with a metallic-looking material that reflects 70% of your body heat back at you.
Wise emergency 5-day survival kit in camo backpack brimming with a variety of food & safety needs including a portable stove.
Wise solar backpack charges phones & other devices and is packed with complete 5-day survival kit-- even a deck of playing cards.
Planning that long camping and hiking trip deep into the mountains? Don’t forget your emergency blanket.
It may sound funny, but it won’t be when you are out in the cold, literally and figuratively, during long, cold evenings and in the case of inclement weather. The truth is, having the right survival blanket is key to experiencing the vagaries of nature unscathed.
The fact is, The Home Security Superstore’s SOL® Two Person Survival Blanket or SOL® Waterproof Emergency Blanket for one can be the difference between extreme discomfort, or in extreme cases, the threat of hypothermia. Simply wrap one of these emergency blankets around yourself and/or your partner and let the thermal heating begin. In addition, each comes with first aid information emblazoned on it, so you will be prepared in all ways.
In addition to your survival blanket, have everything you need for your trip in one, easy-to-carry location with the Wise 5-Day Survival Kit Backpack, which includes a variety of food and safety needs, as well as a portable stove.
So remember: Plan well, travel where you may, and always take your emergency blanket with you.