Using The Bosch Click & Go L-Boxx System To Make A 72-Hour Disaster Kit

Using The Bosch Click & Go L-Boxx System To Make A 72-Hour Disaster Kit Hot

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Chris   October 15, 2012  
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Using The Bosch Click & Go L-Boxx System To Make A 72-Hour Disaster Kit

Are you prepared to handle the aftermath of a natural disaster? The Red Cross, FEMA, and a countless number of other groups and agencies say that you should have at least a 3-day (72-hour) supply of food, water, and other supplies you might need to help you get through a disaster.

After teaming up with Coast to giveaway one of their LED lanterns to help someone survive a blackout, I thought I better get with the program and do the same for myself. I figured what better way to build the various components of a disaster kit than to use the Bosch Click & Go L-Boxx system and the benefits that come with the modular design. With the L-Boxx, my kit could be neatly stored as one unit but still be easily broken down for transport; and this is what sold me on using the L-Boxx to build my kit around.

So over the next 30 days I am going to be going through the process of building my own 72-hour disaster emergency kit using the Bosch Click & Go System. I have a lot of research ahead of me, but I hope you all will jump in and provide your own advice and suggestions. Some of the basics I will have to cover are water, food, first aid, battery powered lighting, cooking supplies, tools, fire, and more.

If you want to start building a 72-hour kit of your own, Ready.gov has some really good information on what you should have. You can pick up you own set of Bosch L-Boxxs from Amazon. If you are in a hurry, check out BugOutBagKit.com for Pre-made Bug Out Bag Kits.

Follow the entire 72-hour Kit Build.

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