72 Hour 2-Person Grab-&-Go Emergency Pack

Life Gear 72 Hour Emergency Kit

This is a old post, with some new information. While I don’t live in Southern California anymore I still deal with emergency situations. LIKE SNOW!! Please don’t let me get stuck in a snow bank anywhere……… pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.

Are you ready for an emergency?? I live in Southern California, where earthquakes are a fact of life. So, we have a great earthquake preparedness kit. BUT, we have never had a bug out bag before. THIS is an impressive and comprehensive kit!!  EVERYTHING you can think of is in this 72 hour emergency kit designed for 2 people.

The 72 Hour 2-Person Grab-&-Go Pack is the next generation survival kit / bug-out-bag!! By Life+Gear

Head to Costco NOW!! 72 Hour 2 person grab and go! From Life+Gear will FLY off the shelves!!Starting with the bag itself. The bag is a water-resistant backpack with haul strap! The top is seal-able! As full as the bag is, there is still room for personal items that you and your family might also need.  Which wouldn’t be much because this is an amazing bag!

For too long, consumers have had to decide between cost, quality and convenience when prepping for emergencies and disasters. This kit offers an affordable, high-quality and easily carried bag with all the essential survival items for most short-terms survival situations.

The bag is jam-packed with everything you need! INCLUDING a 45+ piece first aid kit!! There are cooking and lighting sources. Protection and shelter.  There is a weather-band crank radio that is also a flashlight!! There is a 3 mode headlamp, emergency whistle w/compass, multi-purpose tool w/pliers. The packing of this bag is awesome too! Pans are packed with small items, zip bags are also full. I felt like I was pulling things from Santa’s bag!! So much stuff!!

Even the information cards that come with the Life + Gear bag is awesome!!

FIRST: Relax. Panic is one of the greatest dangers in an emergency. Panic leads to rushed decisions, increased oxygen and calorie consumption, sweat, and did we mention bad decisions? So, take a deep breath. Relax. That’s better.

SECOND: focus on what’s important- ShelterRescueWaterFood. This guide tells you how to construct Shelter, seek Rescue, how to obtain and purify Water and how to prepare Food using items in this kit.

The directions continue on. Easy to read. Easy to follow and understand. I think if (heaven forbid!) I was alone I could DO THIS!!! WOW!!!

This is a comprehensive, complete kit!! I truly believe this kit should be in every car!! Every garage! EVERY SINGLE emergency kit!!!

This is a Costco Exclusive!!  Check the site to see if the Costco near you is on the list!  THIS IS ONLY available until February 20, 2014!! SO HURRY!!!

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I give my Grab & Go 2 very enthusiastic thumbs WAY WAY UP!!!

Disclosure: I have received complimentary/free products for the purpose of this review. The opinions are 100% mine. I have not been influenced in any way. I am disclosing this in accordance with Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials In Advertising. Peanut Butter And Whine.

Costco Exclusive! This Kit is a grab-n-go emergency or survival kit for two people for three days. The food and water have a 4+ year life span. The kit contains more than 125 items:

Water Resistant Dry* 30L Backpack packed with:

– Survival / Instruction Card with Additional Items List
– Kit Item List
– Crank Weather Band Radio
– Blue Tarp
– 4L Water Bladder
– 3x Mainstay 3600 Calorie Bars
– 12x Mainstay Water Packs
– Aluminum Cooking Pot
– Esbit Style Camp Stove
– 12-Pack of Fuel Tabs
– 40L Headlamp (3 Modes)

– Waterproof Document Bag packed with:
— 2 Respirator Masks (Document Bag)
— Box of 40 Waterproof Matches
— 3 10-Pack Blisters of Water Purification Tabs (Clearon Aquatabs®)
— 50-Sheet Pack of Soap Sheets
— Compact Toilet Paper Roll
— 2 Trash or Waste Bags
— 20’ Nylon Paracord
— Emergency Whistle with Compass
— Multi-purpose Tool with Pliers
— Compact Duct Tape Roll
— 5-Pack of Plastic Zip Ties
— 3-Pack of AAA Batteries for Headlamp
— 2 Thermal Blankets
— 2 Waterproof Ponchos
— 2 Sporks
Some items may be packed in the stove or elsewhere depending on configuration

– 45+ Item First Aid Kit:
– Triangular Bandage
– Conforming Bandage
– Compact Medical Tape Roll
– 5 Safety Pins
– Pair of Scissors
– Pair of Tweezers (Forceps)
– 3 Saline Wipes
– 8 Alcohol Wipes
– 2 Nitrile Disposable Gloves
– 10 Rayon or Sterile Cotton Balls
– 2 Sterile Island Dressing
– 5 Fabric Adhesive Bandages
– 4 Knuckle Bandages
– CPR Face Shield

This Kit is a grab-n-go emergency or survival kit for two people for three days. We suggest keeping one pack in the car, guest house, garage and at work. Additional kits should be provided for every two people (Example: 2 packs for a family of 4, etc.)

Disclaimer. This Kit and all its contents are intended for adult use only; this is not a toy. Safe and appropriate use of the Kit, backpack and any of its contents, whether added by you or included originally, is your sole responsibility. Please read all instructions and details carefully before using. More information may be available online via LifeGear.com.

This Kit is a grab-n-go emergency or survival kit for two people for three days. The food and water have a 4+ year life span. The kit contains more than 125 items:

Water Resistant Dry* 30L Backpack packed with:

– Survival / Instruction Card with Additional Items List
– Kit Item List
– Crank Weather Band Radio
– Blue Tarp
– 4L Water Bladder
– 3x Mainstay 3600 Calorie Bars
– 12x Mainstay Water Packs
– Aluminum Cooking Pot
– Esbit Style Camp Stove
– 12-Pack of Fuel Tabs
– 40L Headlamp (3 Modes)

– Waterproof Document Bag packed with:
— 2 Respirator Masks (Document Bag)
— Box of 40 Waterproof Matches
— 3 10-Pack Blisters of Water Purification Tabs (Clearon Aquatabs®)
— 50-Sheet Pack of Soap Sheets
— Compact Toilet Paper Roll
— 2 Trash or Waste Bags
— 20’ Nylon Paracord
— Emergency Whistle with Compass
— Multi-purpose Tool with Pliers
— Compact Duct Tape Roll
— 5-Pack of Plastic Zip Ties
— 3-Pack of AAA Batteries for Headlamp
— 2 Thermal Blankets
— 2 Waterproof Ponchos
— 2 Sporks
Some items may be packed in the stove or elsewhere depending on configuration

– 45+ Item First Aid Kit:
– Triangular Bandage
– Conforming Bandage
– Compact Medical Tape Roll
– 5 Safety Pins
– Pair of Scissors
– Pair of Tweezers (Forceps)
– 3 Saline Wipes
– 8 Alcohol Wipes
– 2 Nitrile Disposable Gloves
– 10 Rayon or Sterile Cotton Balls
– 2 Sterile Island Dressing
– 5 Fabric Adhesive Bandages
– 4 Knuckle Bandages
– CPR Face Shield

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24 thoughts on “72 Hour 2-Person Grab-&-Go Emergency Pack

  1. This is awesome! We have a bug out bag prepared and this would be a nice addition to it. I live in Colorado Springs and over the past couple of years, we have been evacuated from our home FOUR times!!! So, yeah…this is great!

  2. What a great idea! This is the most perfect Grab & Go bag I have seen yet! I will definitely have to go to Costco to check this out. Thanks for the great review!

  3. This is a great package to help be prepared. I like the duct tape and weather radio. I looked and it is available at a Costco here in Denver. Thanks for the info.

  4. Wow, this is so interesting! You just never think about this stuff until it is too late. I really appreciate you giving out this information! I just may be purchasing this. God bless, and let’s hope we never need it!

  5. thanks for this list, we really need to be prepared in case of any disaster or calamity. just to add, would suggest that we should also include a lighter (such as the windproof zippo lighter)

  6. This is just so awesome! It would have everything you need and never thought of. Oh and we just had a Cosco come to our town, so that’s even more convenient. Would be great to have toilet paper and a deck of cards too.

  7. This is something everyone ought to have in their car. And in the home, for that matter. You never know when you’ll need it.

  8. I really think this would be a great idea for my husband and I, as the winters here are so fierce at times. I will have to look into this. Thanks for the information.

  9. Wow, this is great. There seem to be a lot of emergencies in our area, it would be wise. I was just on the town Fire Dept site and they said you should always have a bag ready with important papers and a few days worth of items. It would be a good goal for next year to be prepared for emergencies.

  10. It does look pretty high quality and fairly easy to carry. And the price is affordable compared to other emergency packs.

  11. i think that these are essential to have while camping or just on the go so if you get stranded that you will be safe. i really enjoyed your review.

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