The SafeFamilyLife Ultimate Personal Safety Kit For Women is specifically structured to keep women safer while at home or out and around. From the book diversion safe to hide valuables; to personal safety with pepper sprays, personal alarm and electronic whistle. Plus a manual with instructions for each product in the kit and a DVD that demonstrates each product for you.
Your Ultimate Personal Safety Kit For Women includes the following products:
• 1/2 oz. Pepper Spray with Leatherette Holster (1)
• Lipstick Pepper Spray (1)
• Diversion Safe - Book (1)
• Electronic Pocket Whistle (1)
• 130dB Personal Alarm with Light (1)
• All batteries included
• Products Instructional Manual
We all hope for the best in life, but we are all also well aware that there will be times when bad things happen. While you should not spend your entire life worrying about potential issues or disasters, it is a good idea to be prepared for them in case they do strike. Female preppers are well aware of this need, which is why they always have all their essential supplies stocked up and ready to go. The question that people often have for preppers is in regards what they are preparing for, and the answers are wide and varied. While some prepare for natural disasters, others plan for things like nuclear war or total government collapse.
Regardless of what preppers stock up for, the list of essential supplies basically remains the same. It is recommended that you always have a 72-hour supply of emergency goods on hand, but you can of course choose to have a whole lot more if you are preparing for an event that will last a good deal longer than 3 days.
Food and water are going to be very high on any prepper list, with water quite possibly #1. Bottled water is good, but if you have some other method of collecting water, you are going to need filters that will get rid of sediment and other potential bacteria. Be aware that simply boiling your water may not be enough. As far as food goes, non-perishable items are what you should be storing. Canned goods are excellent, but freeze-dried packs may be even better, as they do not take up a lot of space. A good camping stove and a plentiful supply of propane is a must, as electricity may not be available in the event of a disaster.
People who have not prepared for disasters are going to want what you have, which is why protection is a must. If you choose guns as your choice of protection, learn how to properly handle and use it, and make sure that you have enough ammo for the long haul. A sturdy hunting knife is goof for both protection and for a variety of other tasks, while a Swiss Army knife will put an amazing number of tools at your disposal.
When disaster strikes, you may end up having yourself or a family member injured, which is why a fully stocked medical kit is an absolute must. If you or your family take daily medications, make sure that you are as stocked up on those as you can be. This is particularly true of people who suffer from diabetes, as not having insulin can prove to be a killer.
You will want to invest in some form of shelter, be it an underground bunker or just a really good tent that can keep out the elements. Heating and lighting units are also good, which means needing a large supply of batteries, unless you choose to go the solar-powered route. Tools such as shovels, axes, and more should also be on your preppers list. This is really just scratching the surface, and we suggest that you do some real research that will help you put together the essential preppers list for you and your family.