Preparedness Crate

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  • $99.95
  • Regular price $199.95

No emergency is too big when you are prepared.

If you’re trying to put a kit together for short-term survival, or you want a quick grab-n-go option for your home or vehicle, our Preparedness Crate might be exactly what you are looking for.

We know how stressful and time consuming it can be to put together an emergency-ready kit, so we created our Preparedness Crate for the new prepper and seasoned survivalist alike.

This Preparedness Crate gives you 65 ESSENTIAL ITEMS AND TOOLS to help you survive. From first aid to fire-starting, you’ll be ready to face short-term emergencies head on.

Store Your Survival Right

This kit comes packed in a rugged, water-resistant ammo crate (measures 19” x 15.75” x 5.25”) to keep your emergency items safe and well-organized.
  • O-Ring Seal for Water Resistance
  • Portable with Easy to Carry Handles
  • Double Padlock Tabs for Safety

 Packed Tight with 65 Survival Pieces

  • Survival Kit with Guide (46 pieces)
  • 4-in-1 LED Flashlight/Reading Lamp AM/FM/Weather Radio w/ Solar and Hand Crank Recharging
  • (4) Boxes of Waterproof Matches by InstaFire
  • Emergency Blanket
  • Emergency Folding Stove
  • Canned Heat+ & Cooking Fuel (2-pack)
  • 5-Piece Stainless Steel Mess Kit
  • Grub N' Tool
  • Personal Water Filtration Bottle

Plus, long-term storage foods*:

  • (1 pouch) Strawberry Flavored Creamy Wheat- 8 servings
  • (1 pouch) Homestyle Potato Soup - 4 servings
  • (1 pouch) Chili Mac - 8 Servings

Battery Care: As with all battery-run devices, proper upkeep is critical for the prolonged function of your radio. If the unit is left to sit for long periods, the battery can drain and even become inoperable. Make sure to charge the battery every few months to extend its life and performance.

* Based on inventory levels and shortages, Camping Survival may substitute a food or drink product or buckets with similar items of equal or greater value to expedite delivery.

California Prop 65 Warning WARNING: The combustion of wood, charcoal, and other fuels can expose you to chemicals including carbon monoxide and soot, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to