If you’re like me you’re simply too busy to worry about what all should go into a survival kit. There are so many ‘what-ifs?’ to consider that it’s completely overwhelming. And every time I sit down to put together a survival kit, I discover that some of the things I should include are things that I need in every day life too – like knives, first aid kits, and gloves. So it sets up a dilemma, should I use the stuff in my survival kit in ‘non-survival’ situations? Doesn’t that sort of defeat the purpose in an emergency if I have to race around the house and reload the survival kit? With the incredible Elite Survival Kit from Guardian – I don’t worry about any of that. [divider_bar][/divider_bar]
My friends at Guardian Survival interviewed dozens of experts in wilderness survival, emergency management, and the special forces and asked them all the same question: What do you include in your survival kit? They compiled those answers and came up with the most complete survival kit ever conceived. And they did it for a price nearly anyone can afford. If you went out and bought all this stuff individually it would easily cost $297. But Guardian used their incredible buying power to get rock-bottom pricing on high-quality gear. Here’s everything that is included:
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Food and Water:The food and water in this kit will comfortably provide you with adequate nutrition for 72-hours without access to additional supplies. These products have a 5 year shelf life. ($27 Value)
Light and Communications: In the event of a power outage caused by disaster you’ll have independent access to your own means of lighting and communication with the outside world. ($53 Value)
Shelter and Warmth: These supplies will provide protection from outside weather forces. They will protect you from wind, sun, rain, and many other conditions you may encounter. ($27 Value)
Tools: These items are designed to be useful in disaster situations. They will be a valuable resource when you find yourself faced with navigation, transport, personal protection, or shelter troubles. ($97 Value)
Hygiene and Sanitation: When in a disaster situation it is useful to have access to hygiene products. Staying clean can protect against infection, disease, and depression. ($54 Value)
First Aid: These first aid items can assist with minor injuries and protect against serious health concerns in disaster circumstances. ($39 Value)
Other: These items are useful for stress relief and activity in strenuous or challenging circumstances.
[headline_tahoma_medium_centered color=”#000000″]Today Only: $297 worth of gear for just $97![/headline_tahoma_medium_centered]
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This is a rock-bottom price we are offering to our customers because we want them to be ready for anything! If you already have a survival kit, get one for a family member or as a gift for someone that doesn’t have the means to build one themselves!