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Don’t Make This Mistake: Pre-Made Emergency Kits

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Don’t waste your money on emergency bags, buy the individual components and make a BETTER kit yourself. These kits are made to be 1 use only and throw away, and throw it away you will… your money that is!

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10 thoughts on “Don’t Make This Mistake: Pre-Made Emergency Kits

    1. It’s far easier to make your own personal emergency kit. Only YOU know what your needs and the needs of your family. What one person may need for survival may not be what the other person needs. An Emergency Kit should have what YOU need and building it over time is far better than panic buying some cheap mash up of supplies. Especially when you have to change out certain items come expiration. Ambulances don’t keep 10 year old gear to take care of a patient they inventory regularly as you should as well to better serve yourselves if and when It Hits The Fan.

  1. Based on Youtube videos seen, I have estimated that the average, custom packed CP bug out roll is loaded with $US 1000 of stuff. I could be mistaken in my spot, off the hip accounting. Or my sample of your fans willing to share their bug out roll details with the public may not be representative of hard core preppers. Nonetheless, it would be challenging for you to make a 10 percent profit, keep your reputation intact, and sell enough units to cover inventory costs. Therefore, I think it is a smarter strategy for your business to sell a few variations of the empty bags AND share how your fans are loading them up via a website gallery.

    If your bug out roll/bag is going to cost more than 20% or less than 5% of the cost of the contents, prudence may come into question. On the other hand, the bug out roll can’t accommodate some of things that the great Mors Kochanski recommends as essential for survival. That doesn’t mean the roll is inadequate but the hard core prepper is going to have an additional bag(s) for sleeping and cooking systems, clothing, etc.

    My two bitcoins of think.

  2. CP, great review of the premade bags and kits. I agree, constructing your own is the best way to go. I purchased a couple of premade bags a couple of years ago out of curiosity. Cheap, cheap, cheap! Thanks for sharing. Keep up the great work.

  3. Yes, please. I’m looking for a good quality bugout bag. Would love to buy a preset package designed by Canadian Prepper. Sign me up. Cheers!

  4. You never know when a roll of tp can come in handy. Pretty stupid to bust on that. That’s as far as I could watch this mess

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