Bosch Click & Go 72-Hour Kit Build: Concluding With The L-BOXX-4 And Some Technology

Bosch Click & Go 72-Hour Kit Build: Concluding With The L-BOXX-4 And Some Technology Hot

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Chris   December 20, 2012  
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L-BOXX 72-Hour Kit Stack

It has been a couple of months since I started my 72-Hour kit build, which uses the Bosch Click & Go L-BOXX system to store and organize all of my survival supplies. It was a bit of work in getting all of the supplies together, getting everything organized and publishing the content here on Tool-Rank, but in the end I feel better prepared to handle a disaster of any kind.

In this last part of my build I take a look at the Bosch L-BOXX-4 and how I used it to store extra clothing, blankets, lighting, and a radio. I also review the awesome Coast EAL20 LED Lantern, which I believe is an essential part of my build. No one wants to be with out light when it is needed, and the Coast EAL Lantern puts out a lot of light for its small size. I don't plan on having to move my 72-hour kit around too much, but if ever I do, I show you how easily I can do it with the Bosch L-Boxx foldable cart. Be sure to look for the cart in stores soon.

See the full build here.

Items used in this kit

BUY Bosch L-BOXX-4 - Amazon
BUY Coast EAL20 LED Lantern - Amazon
BUY Solar Crank Radios - Amazon

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