Natural disasters like earthquakes are inevitable, and climate change is putting more of us in the crosshairs of floods, landslides, wildfires, and other dangerous situations. The fully funded IndieGogo hit GetxGo Pre-Filled Prep Kit gives you everything you need to handle these risks in a simple backpack, and for a limited time, you can save an extra 20% on it during our ongoing Cyber Monday Sale.
Getting To Safety
In many cases, what's most fatal in the wake of a natural disaster isn't the event itself, but the lack of food, medical care, and communication that can stretch for days or weeks after it hits. Often, people are left with no choice, but to travel miles for even the basics.
The GetxGo bag has a collection of carefully selected items that are needed during natural disasters. It includes a full first-aid kit, food and water rated for five years of storage, a set of communications tools including a crank radio and solar power bank for devices, everything you need to stay warm, and even a package of toiletries.
Built To Last
All of this is protected by a bag made from silicone-coated fiberglass that's both water and fire resistant, with a reflective logo to alert vehicles to your presence. The closures are tough but easy to quickly open when need. And the bag itself is designed to keep everything organized and visible, so you can quickly find what you need, with all the products inside divided into six categories.
The products themselves are all provided in partnership with Public Goods to ensure they're high-quality and sustainable. Disasters are going to happen, and being ready for them isn't always easy. Keeping a bag of essentials that you can grab and go will help ensure you, and others, can get through with less risk.
Get the GetxGo Pre-Filled Prep Kit for $143.20 (reg. $185) with coupon CMSAVE20.
Prices subject to change.
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