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Emergency Zone The Essentials Deluxe Complete 72-hour 4 Person Backpack Survival Kit

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Original price $169.99
Original price $169.99 - Original price $169.99
Original price $169.99
Current price $159.99
$159.99 - $159.99
Current price $159.99
SKU 860-4BA
Color: Black Backpack

This 72-hour survival go bag kit will prepare you and your family for any disaster, natural or man-made, or emergency situation including hurricane, earthquake, flood, tornado, tsunami, civil unrest, power outage, power grid failure, pandemic, evacuation and more.

This kit was built based on the FEMA guidelines for creating an emergency survival 72- hour kit and includes 72-hours’ worth of supplies, water, food rations, and items to help you and your family survive. Keep this bug-out bag at your home, work, vehicle, school, or office to have the peace of mind in knowing you are prepared to protect yourself and the ones you love.

  • An Emergency Kit You Can Count On- This multi-use 72-hour go bag was created to give individuals and families a quality but affordable survival kit that covers all the essentials without cutting corners. Designed to prepare you and your family for any emergency event, whether that be a hurricane, earthquake, flood, civil unrest, or evacuation, this survival kit makes preparedness accessible for any budget, because everyone should be able to ensure the safety of the ones they love.
  • Water- When it comes to survival water is absolutely vital. In a disaster access to clean water will likely be limited, which is why we provide ample water provisions in this emergency survival kit. In addition to the S.O.S brand water pouches, USA made & Coast Guard approved 5-year shelf life, we include a Frontier Straw Filter that will allow you to use any water source, filtering up to 30 gallons of harmful bacteria and sediments.
  • Food- The SOS brand food rations, USA made, Coast Guard approved, and have a 5-year shelf life. Included in this emergency go bag are space-efficient, supply 1200 calories per person per day, require no rehydration, no reheating, and were developed with a low sodium content as to not induce unnecessary thirst. Other options, such as freeze-dried food pouches, call for up to 8 cups water to rehydrate 72-hours’ worth of food and typically only supply 500-600 calories per person per day.
  • Emergency Guidebook- Not only does this emergency go bag have the survival tools and emergency gear you need to survive in a disaster, but also included is our Emergency Preparedness Guidebook that will give you the knowledge and confidence you need to as well. In it you will find crucial survival information from how to create an emergency plan, to administering life-saving first aid, to what to do during an earthquake, hurricane, wildfire, storms, civil unrest, and more.

What's Inside?


2x Discrete Compact Backpacks
1x Weatherproof Poly Bag

Food & Water

4x 3600 kcal Food Ration
24x Water Pouches - 4.2 oz
1x Frontier Straw Filter

Shelter & Warmth

4x Emergency Blanket
4x Adult Poncho


4x Toothbrush
2x Toothpaste
1x Comb
1x Razor
8x Shampoo
1 x Soap
4x Feminine pad
1x Washcloth
1x Toilet paper roll
1x Sewing kit

First Aid

1x 53 pc First Aid Kit

Light & Communication

1x Rubber Flashlight
1x Weather Band AM/FM Radio
4x Light Stick

Survival Gear

1x Signal Whistle
4x Safety Goggles
1x Duct Tape
1x Playing Cards
1x Emergency Preparedness Guidebook
1x Pencil
1x Multitool

Technical Specs

Red Backpack SKU: 860-4RA
Black Backpack SKU: 860-4BA
Dimensions: 16"x12"x8"
Weight: 21 lbs

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Marsha H (Fort Lauderdale, US)
Great bag

This kit has pretty much everything. The only thing I wish they had was double of everything. If you are a family of four but somehow you got separated each parent should have all the necessities in the bag. Also a compass and knife & waterproof matches would be a good addition.

Ricky Lee (Crosby, US)

I haven’t received it yet