3 Items to Keep In Your Get Home Bag: Part 2

3 Items to Keep In Your Get Home Bag: Part 2

Your get home bag is a survival bag you typically keep in your car or on your person at all times. You never know when disaster might strike, and you can't always get home to prepare. You might be at work, at the grocery store, or stuck in traffic when you suddenly need to kick into survival mode. Here are some items you should always keep in your survival gear bag in case of an emergency.

SOG FastHawk

Your get home survival pack absolutely must have a SOG FastHawk. This tool is fast, light, agile, and easier to carry around than other tools of its type. Although it is lightweight, it is still powerful, functional, and versatile. It can be used for so many different things in case of an emergency, like chopping, breaking, cutting, hammering, piercing, digging, prying, pounding, shaving, notching, opening, and throwing.

Water Purifier

No matter what, your body needs clean drinking water to survive. You never know if you'll have access to clean water during an emergency, so you certainly need a personal water purifier. You can get seriously ill or even die if you drink water that is not clean enough, so a water purifier is imperative for your survival. These personal filters are small enough to fit right inside your get home bag so you can always carry one with you.

Fire Starter

When you get caught away from home in a disaster situation, you never know when you'll have access to warmth or a way to cook food. These fire starts are waterproof, and they can be re-light over and over again. You don't have to worry about rain or trying to find materials to start a fire when you have an instant fire in your get home bag.

The United States is ranked number two among other countries with the most natural disasters. It seems lately that these types of disasters, along with man-made terror, are in our midst now more than ever. You don't want to be caught unprepared in an emergency situation without a SOG FastHawk, water purifier, and fire starter. As much as you don't want to think you will be subject to a devastating tragedy, it's better to be prepared than scared.

10th Mar 2018

Recent Posts