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Childrens Survival Kit


4.0 average, based on 1 reviews

Manufacturer: Guardian

Product Information


This survival kit was designed to meet the needs of a child 11 years and younger. This quality kit is packaged securely in our Child Deluxe Hikers Backpack.

This kit contains the following:

Food and Water:
6 Boxes of Aqua Blox Water Boxes
6 - 400 Calorie Food Bars (2400 Calories)
10 Water Purification Tablets - each tablet purifies 1 liter of water

Light and Communications:
Rechargeable Squeeze Flashlight - 3 LED flashlight
3 - 12 Hour Green Emergency Glow Sticks 
5-in-1 Survival Whistle

Shelter and Warmth:
Polar Fleece Blanket
16-20 Hour Body Warmer
Emergency Poncho for Children

Warm Winter Gloves
N95 Respirator Dust Mask - NIOSH approved

Hygiene and Sanitation:
Hygiene Kit
3 Pocket Tissue Packs

First Aid:
37 Piece Portable First Aid Kit

Activity Coloring Book
Children's Toys

Emergency Survival Kit Information:
This survival kit was designed using advice from experts in the emergency preparedness industry. It follows guidelines given by government agencies and non-profit preparedness organizations. This children's emergency survival kit has a retail value of $79.

Product Code: SKCK

Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 4


The forecast for my trip to Walt Disney World acelld for rain and thunderstorms so I bought some emergency ponchos. When I first arrived I felt dumb because I saw all these people wearing Disney Ponchos and I thought at first I wasted my money, but actually turns out these emergency ponchos are pretty awesome. They are extremely light and small to carry around before you take them out of their packaging. So they don't take up much space before you need them. Also they are extremely cheap (I bought 8 for 99 cents each) so they are disposable, which is nice. You use it for a day (if you even need it) then at the end of the day rather than drying it out or trying to re-pack it, you just toss it and carry around a new package the next day (if you need it). Also I was worried at first these ponchos would be small. I'm 5'9 and 220 lbs. It fit fine, and even over myself AND my camelbak. Also as a poncho, it works. it keeps you dry and the hood is nice. Here's my only negatives with these ponchos. The hood isn't nice though when it's windy because it doesn't stay on your head. maybe wearing a baseball cap would help. Also the ponchos are extremely thin like paper thin. So although it keeps you dry, if the rain is cold, you're going to feel cold and wet, even though you're not actually getting wet. And lastly one of my eight ponchos the sleeve opening basically was open all the way to the bottom. So I had to tie the poncho at the end so it wouldn't blow completely open. Anyway considering I paid about $12-13 after shipping for 8 disposable ponchos as opposed to the $10-15 for a poncho I'd have to hang dry every night and figure out how to repack every morning. I think it was money well spent. I actually ended up with a few extras from our trip which stores nicely in my car's glove compartment for true emergencies. ~G

Ruchi :: 2012-03-15 06:08

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