Survival Kits Designed for Specialty Situations by GetReadyGEAR
GetReadyGEAR, Inc. continues to evolve the design of specialty survival kits with new winter survival kits and a wilderness survival pack.
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February 14, 2012 (FPRC) -- Given the importance of how geography plays a critical role in determining local hazards, GetReadyGEAR has designed 3 new survival kits for unique situations.
First, is our new 2 and 4 person Winter Survival Kit designed specifically for colder climates where individuals recreate outdoors or travel via car through cold climates. Key components of these kits include body warmers and hand warmers to prevent frostbite and hypothermia and a survival candle. The warmers are air-activated, odorless, non-toxic, environmentally friendly and non-combustible. The survival candle can burn with one wick for up to 36 hours or up to 12 hours with 3 wicks burning. This candle can be used as a signaling device, heat source or light.
The second new survival kit configuration is our 2 Person Wilderness Survival Pack. Unlike most urban survival kits, this kit provides extensive supplies for surviving in the wilderness. Key items include a tube tent for shelter; a shake flashlight for extended lighting use; expanded first aid kit; and various survival tools such as a multi-tool, survival knife, and whistle with compass. “These components are very similar to the items required in a 24 hour Search & Rescue pack” said GetReadyGEAR President Jim Serre.
ABOUT GetReadyGear, Inc. – GetReadyGEAR, Inc. is a west-coast based supplier of emergency preparedness supplies and survival kits for homes, cars, offices and schools. The company’s survival kits are designed by experienced first responders with comfort and survivability in mind. Each kit contains sufficient food, water, first aid, shelter, sanitation, lighting and communications for up to 72 hours. You never know where you will be when disaster strikes, so prepare for the unexpected today. Clients include federal, state, county and city government; Fortune 1000 corporations; small businesses; colleges; school districts; relief organizations; and families. For more information visit www.getreadygear.com.
Send an email to Jim Serre of GetReadyGEAR, Inc.
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