Survivor Flashlight Used Where Can One Buy

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– What’s up y’all, it’s
your girl Stephanie.
Today, I am showing you my
basic disaster supplies kit.
I just put it together and I
thought I would show it to you
in a video, so perhaps you
can make one for yourself.
The other day, I was
speaking to a girlfriend
who lived through the
Northridge Earthquake,
which was in 1994.
It was 6.7 earthquake
and even though she was really young,
she said it really affected her back then
and it still currently affects her now
and that she just wants
to be as safe as possible
and she was telling me
about her emergency kit.
My Mom has always had one for the family
in my childhood house
and as a single woman,
living in Los Angeles,
I feel like I should have one.
So, I put it together,
I did a lot of research online.
There’s so many sites you can go to
that’ll tell you all different
things you need to get
and I kind of grabbed from each site
and try to see what were the basics were.
I definitely have more than I need,
but perhaps this is good example
of things you might want
to get for yourself.
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Alright, let’s get into this.
I kinda tried to categorize it a bit,
but I feel like a lot of these things
kind of go in together.
So, first of, let’s talk
about this right here.
This is an iRonsnow,
that’s just the brand.
This is an energy solar, hand cranked,
self powered AM FM NOAA Weather Radio.
This singular little
item, actually checks off
a lot of the boxes that a lot
of sites say you need to have.
An AM FM radio, a weather radio,
there is an LED flashlight.
It’s solar powered which is awesome.
So, you can stick it out in the sun
or like it said, you can hand crank it
and really charge it up.
You can already see when I do that,
there’s a little light that comes on,
and I feel like the
flashlight would come on too.
See, I don’t think you can see (laughs),
but the flashlight comes
on just by doing that,
which is awesome.
And it’s also very unique in that,
it has the little plug area,
so you can plug in your phone.
Not sure if during a disaster,
if you know, your phone
service would work.
Of course, I will link everything
in the description box below,
but ya, this one like I said,
checks a lot of boxes.
I wanted to get more
flashlights than this one,
because I didn’t know how
powerful this one was gonna be.
So, I have these three
flashlights, right here.
They’re LED flashlights
and I tried them out,
they’re very powerful and I
have a bunch of extra batteries
which is what they say online to do.
Obviously makes sense, you want to bring
a bunch of extra batteries.
This pack actually comes
with four flashlights
but I took one out to put
next to my nightstand.
It might be a little excessive
to have four flashlights total,
but better safe than sorry I guess.
Let’s talk about this thing
that’s actually on my wrist, right here.
This is a paracord, this cord
in itself when unraveled,
is 10 feet long and can
hold up to 550 pounds.
A very strong cord and
every kind of kit or list
that I found, they said
you need some sort of cord.
It makes sense, you know, something to be
able to tie things up.
So yeah, this bracelet
is not just cord though,
it had a whistle right here.
I’ll see if I can use it right now.
(whistling)
very effective whistle,
sorry for everyone who’s
wearing headphones right now.
And then also,
very handy, had a fire starter.
This flint thing, right here,
so you can strike it.
So again, this is kind of
like a survivalist item
that is multi-functional.
We have the cord, the
whistle, and the fire starter
all in one, right here.
Some sort of multi kit I
think is very necessary
in any kind of survival kit.
This one itself has these pliers,
when you bring them down like this.
We have a serrated knife right here,
we have this thing right here,
I don’t know what it’s necessarily called,
but it’s to loosen bolts and can opener.
A regular knife is on this side,
a little file and a
screwdriver, little guy here.
So, yeah, this thing is very, very useful.
You don’t necessarily need
one that’s this intense.
I think that as long as you have like
some sort of knife or
something, that is totally fine.
But yeah, I found this one online.
I got it on sale actually a long time ago,
I’m gonna see if I can find it,
but I got it online for like five bucks,
so I just grabbed it.
Of course, in any kit, you
should have a first aid kit
and this one is really awesome.
It has a lot of stuff in here.
We have a bunch of
gauze, this one even has
an emergency blanket.
It’s one of those blankets
that really retain heat,
which is crazy, I didn’t even,
I was like thinking about
getting one of those
just on its own, but this kit included it.
It also has a pair of scissors,
it has the normal bandages
and this one even comes with
a light up stick, right here,
and it has a compass, some more cord,
and your basic kind of compresses
and other bandages and stuff.
This one in itself is really cool because
I didn’t expect it to
have so many of the items
that I wanted to have.
Yeah, it’s all very neatly put together
in this pack right here.
Even though this has a bunch
of alcohol wipes in it too,
I purchased these extra Purell hand wipes,
for sanitary reasons.
I have more items in
here that are purely for
more like sanitary things,
but I thought I would
just purchase some more
because I think there’s
maybe 20 wipes in there
and I don’t exactly know
what I’m buying for,
we can’t really predict
any kind of disaster
but who knows, if there’s
a lot of time that passes
that maybe I’m stuck in this building,
or I have to go some place
and I have no way of washing,
so that’s why I kinda
went for more of these.
This is actually an item
that I saw a lot of online
and it really wasn’t in any
survival pack guides that I found,
but I just wanted to get it,
just to have it too.
This is the LifeStraw, it’s
a personal water filter.
It removes 99.99% of bacteria,
filters 1000 liters or
264 gallons of water.
I’ve seen a lot of
people online actually do
gross challenges with this LifeStraw.
I think it’s okay for me
to open it before using it,
I’m gonna go ahead and use the scissors
to open up the bag.
The scissors work (laughs).
Alright, here is the LifeStraw.
Drink out of this end,
and you put this end in the water.
We let it sit for a few seconds
and then you go ahead and sip.
Like I said, there’s
a bunch of interesting
challenges online if you want
to see people drink stuff.
I know that Good Mythical Warning,
that was the first one I saw,
where it was Rhett and Link,
they drank their own pee, I think,
and they also drank like
water that had cat poo in it,
anyways, pretty gross.
But also, in a situation
where you have no clean water,
this is an actual, actual
life saver, the LifeStraw.
I wanted to go ahead and get that.
Moving forward, I have
these 3M five dust masks.
You know, there’s some sort of situation
where there’s a lot of stuff in the air,
you need to protect your throat,
you need to protect your face,
this is the kind of mask
that they recommend you use.
Pretty straight forward, so yeah,
I have five of them right here.
This was something that
I thought that maybe
was a little extra,
but then I really thought about it
and I was like okay, I’m
gonna go ahead and buy this.
This is weather all plastic sheeting.
This one is 10 feet by 25 feet.
It’s a moisture barrier, insulator,
it’s really, really strong,
plastic sheeting, pretty much,
and I bought some duct
tape to go along with it.
Duct tape is definitely
something smart to have
in an emergency pack.
Sometimes you need to seal some stuff up.
In all the kits I read about,
you need this if you need to go out
and create a shelter for yourself.
This duo, right here.
I was like really, am I gonna go out
and make a shelter for myself?
Like, am I really gonna do that by myself?
But then I was thinking,
what if there was an earthquake
and all my windows got blown out
or some sort of crazy natural disaster
and all my windows got blown out,
and I need to be able to protect myself,
and seal off the windows,
well this is the exact stuff that you need
in order to seal off the windows
and you know, make sure
nothings coming in.
That’s why I decided to go ahead
and purchase this big old
thing of plastic, right here,
and also, of course,
I think in any case,
having duct tape in the kit
is a good idea.
I have a couple of just normal things,
extra trash bags.
I should have probably
have more than this.
I just bought a new box of trash bags,
so I’ll put a few more.
They say I should have
this for sanitary reasons,
and they also said I should
have some little twist ties,
so maybe they’re talking
about little bags.
I don’t know if you’ve gotta go
to the bathroom or
something, I don’t know,
I’m really not sure.
I didn’t see any specifications
in any of the lists I saw,
so yeah, maybe get more
trash bags than this few,
and then I have just some
paper towels in the kit,
to easily grab.
It just makes sense to have
some paper towels in the kit.
So before moving on to clothes and food,
I have here, a map of Los Angeles.
This is a local map that has downtown,
I mean it has all of Los Angeles in it,
and it just makes sense
because if things happen
and you don’t have service,
you can’t look at your
phone for your maps,
you should just have
an actual map to read,
wow you cannot see this at all.
Also, a really good idea,
which I haven’t done yet,
I’m gonna do it on this map,
is to figure out where
the emergency centers are.
So if I need to,
just be aware of where to go,
if there’s ever an emergency
with no service or anything,
like where I can go to
find shelter and safety.
So, definitely a good idea to
have a local map in your pack.
Here I have a Ziploc
bag that has an envelope
with some personal information
that I would want to have
in case of emergency.
Along with emergency contacts,
friends, family, hospital,
those kind of numbers,
that are all in here.
And then I have in life
see envelope right here,
some money in small bills,
and you want to do small bills
because if you go to a corner store
and you need to get yourself
some food or some water
a lot of times obviously,
these stores aren’t gonna
be able to give you change
if they’ve been doing
a lot of transactions.
So yeah, you want to do
small bills of money in here.
I’m not really sure, I
didn’t get any information
about an exact amount,
but a good amount of money in here,
in case there’s an emergency.
I kinda want to get,
not just a plastic bag,
’cause they say you want to put it in
a waterproof case.
So, this is what I have for now.
So, if I see something
online, maybe I’ll get that.
So we’re gonna do a few clothing items
before moving on to food.
So, in terms of shoes,
in my bed I actually have
drawers right underneath
and I put a pair of shoes
right in the drawer,
just in case something were to happen,
there’s glass on the
floor, something like that,
you want to have access
to shoes right away, out of your bed.
My friend who went through the earthquake,
what she has, I think
she has a cast iron bed,
so she has a pair of shoes
tied up underneath the bed,
in an easy knot, so I think what she says,
it’s a knot you can just pull
and she can get her shoes out.
You don’t want to be stepping
on glass with your bare feet
if something happens when you’re in bed.
Also, I didn’t feel it necessary
to put shoes in my pack
in that I have a ton of shoes
that are right next to my door,
so that’s why I didn’t
include shoes inside the pack.
But in terms of clothing,
first of all, I have a
pair of spare glasses.
This was huge on any list,
to bring something like spare
glasses or spare medication.
Obviously, if you have
medication or a baby, baby food,
like that kind of stuff.
So, I have a pair of
my spare older glasses,
that I’m gonna put in this pack.
And then they said just
to have one outfit,
pretty much to put in the pack.
So here I have a t-shirt,
a longer sleeved t-shirt.
This is a Travis Scott
Siamond Supply collection,
so very fancy emergency kit long tee.
This is another Diamond Supply sweatshirt,
so I have a sweatshirt in there.
And then a pair of jeans.
They say you want to do jeans,
that’s a little bit sturdier.
This are kinda stretch jeans,
but they’re pretty sturdy stretch jeans.
So, that’s pretty much
it in terms of clothing
and we’re moving on to the last category,
which is food.
Oh my God, I need to get
up and get something,
but both my legs are asleep,
holy crap, oh my God.
Okay, I’m just showing you some water now.
Here I have two 2.5
gallon things of water.
Wow, I’m really weak.
Rule of thumb for an emergency kit,
is that you want one gallon of water
per person for three days.
So three gallons of water per person.
Here I have five gallons
of water for myself
and if somebody’s with me.
I also actually have water
delivery for my house,
I live in Los Angeles, so I
have a water delivery service.
I have at least five more
gallons of water in my house
at all times, so pretty
good on water, I think,
for if I’m gonna be like
staying inside my house,
so these are the waters I have
and they say you want to replace it,
let me look it up.
Pretty much, they say
observe the expiration date
and replace your water
whenever that happens
or maybe you can see when
the expiration date is,
set an alarm for yourself
and go ahead and buy new water
and drink this water before that date.
Where’s the expiration date on this one?
Oh my God.
I need to replace this
water before August of 2018.
It’ll last a while, I’ll go ahead
and set an alarm on my phone for myself
to replace this water.
So for food, I didn’t go too crazy,
in that my place is all one level,
I can get to my kitchen from my bed,
in like 15 steps.
And I do have canned
food and stuff in there,
so yeah, I didn’t go too nuts.
I didn’t go too crazy
when it comes to the food,
but I did, you know, get some stuff here.
I have these saltine
crackers, really large box.
Actually I just read that you’re supposed
to get crackers that don’t have salt,
’cause obviously that dehydrates you,
but I already bought this
huge box of crackers,
so, I don’t know, tell
me if that’s really bad,
but I’m gonna put this
in my emergency kit.
Then I have these Clif bars,
they said you should have
some nice protein bars,
that will keep, so I have these here.
Some peanut butter, some
nice fat up in there,
to eat with the crackers.
Very important to keep your calories up,
if you’re running out of food.
Also, some mixed nuts that
have some dried cranberries
and stuff in there,
just another food that is good for energy.
And finally, I have these
StarKist Chunk Light Tuna.
Just something else to
eat with the crackers,
that also can store for
a good amount of time.
Best by September of 2020.
So yeah, I think these are
great for an emergency kit,
’cause it will last for a long time
and again, I can just set an
alarm or something for myself
for 2020 when I need to replace these.
And obviously with the food and with that,
I have a nice can opener.
I think it’s also just good,
it’s another tool that maybe
you should have in your kit,
a can opener, ’cause it’s most likely that
if there’s an emergency,
we’re gonna be eating
a lot of canned foods.
Okay, I think I covered everything.
I think I have it, I know
it’s kinda all unorganized
over here, but I’ll also show you
this is the duffle bag
that everything fits into,
which is great.
It’s just a really big duffle bag.
Honestly though, when it
comes to me picking it up
with everything in it,
very difficult, I think I
would be able to just drag it.
I’m kind thinking about
getting of those duffle bags
that has wheels as well,
because yeah, it got
really heavy, real fast,
especially with like this stuff in it.
So maybe, I don’t know,
would I put it in there?
I’m not sure.
In any case, I’m just happy
that I put this kit together,
because I think it’s important for,
I don’t know, my own piece of mind,
for my Mom’s piece of mind,
that I have all of this organized.
Again, very, very important to know where
your emergency centers are,
to have a map and mark it.
I think that’s so key to have prepared.
All this stuff is in a closet,
that’s right next to my door.
I know, I’m telling
y’all where I have like
petty cash next to my
door in my apartment,
but I’m just really putting
out there in the internet,
I trust y’all, please don’t
steal from my emergency kit.
Okay, I know this is totally a side note,
when I was talking to
Sugano about getting a dog,
and I was talking about how
I wanted to get a big dog,
he kinda brought up a
really interesting point.
He was like, what if an emergency happens
and your dog gets injured
and it’s a really big dog and
you can’t pick up that dog?
I was just like, I never,
ever thought of that before.
I think he was trying to talk
me into getting a smaller dog
in general, but yeah, I never
even thought about that.
If I had a big dog,
I’m not a strong person
and my dog got injured in an emergency,
I would not be able to
like pick up a big dog
and like run with it somewhere.
Yeah, definitely something to think about
when I got out and try and adopt a doggie.
But anyways, if you have any suggestions
for things that I need
to add to this pack,
please let me know in
the comments down below.
But honestly, I feel like I covered it.
I did a lot of research on
a bunch of different sites,
and I grabbed things
that were repeatedly said
in many of the lists.
You absolutely do not
need to have all these
things in your emergency pack.
To be honest, it did add up.
I think everything total
that I purchased all at once,
kinda came out to like $150.
So, if you don’t have that
kind of money to spend,
all of a sudden, all at once.
Maybe you could start building
your emergency pack slowly.
Yeah, I just wanted,
maybe, this video to be
a bit of a guideline for you,
to maybe even just start thinking about
something like this, ’cause it certainly
wasn’t really something
I was thinking about,
until I spoke to my friend who
went through an earthquake.
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