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HydroBlu Pressurized Jerry Can Water Filter Review...

Posted on Jun 24, 2017

One of the most important considerations in survival is water. And when you are prepping for a family, the issue is only compounded. Each person needs at least one-gallon of potable water per day to survive. Obviously it is not possible for most to store enough water for a long-term emergency situation, and personal water filters are not that efficient. What about small children, or an an entire family? I recently came across an interesting solution online from a company named HydroBlu. After reaching out to them, they graciously provided me with one of their Pressurized Jerry Can Water Filters to try out. Stay tuned as we check it out…

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The WaterBOB Reviewed

Posted on Sep 7, 2016

Emergency water storage is one of the biggest challenges for most preppers. Especially those living in urban environments like apartments and condos. There just isn’t enough room for large water barrels, much less any type of rainwater catch system. Storage of gallon jugs or cases of water bottles is not very practical either. Today, we’ll be looking at the waterBOB as an innovative alternative for dealing with temporary water containment during short-term emergencies…

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DayOne Response 10L Waterbag Reviewed

Posted on Feb 18, 2016

When the water stops flowing, most people will have to travel to get it. However, bottles, buckets and bags are not the most convenient methods of carrying water beyond a short distance. Today, I’ll be having a look at the 10L Waterbag from DayOne Response to see how well it can meet that need in addition to its ability to treat water…

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Food and water storage on a tight budget

Posted on Jan 24, 2016

The idea of getting started in prepping, and more specifically food and water storage can be a bit overwhelming. There is so much to learn and so much to consider, especially if you are on a tight budget where every dollar matters. Sure you can purchase a little of this and a little of that, building up your cache over time. But is that really the best way?

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