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The best emergency supply kits

One of the best emergency survival kits you cannot do without in a pandemic or natural disaster is JUDY. Supplies like hand sanitizers, medical kits, and face masks can make a difference (and become scarce) in any emergency.  This is why JUDY prides itself as an emergency survival brand designed for people who are not ready for a disaster scenario. 

JUDY kits come in boxes and bags—to accommodate families of various sizes and budgets—with conveniently organized supplies. You do not have to dig through weird items or scramble through these kits because JUDY supplies are structured for six categories: first aid, safety, water, food, warmth, and tools. Each need carefully arranged in the box. 

As a ready for anything” brand, the supplies are individual- and family-orientated. All supplies in JUDY preparedness kits are replaceable in case one or more component is used regularly.

JUDY also provides real-time customer support and guidance for customers, offering expert advice to survive emergencies. 

 

  • The Safe
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The Safe Emergency Survival Kit

 

The Safe is one of JUDY’s best offering as it provides convenience to you—giving all you need in one package. The Safe (3 x 2 feet waterproof box) is filled with items recommended by Red Cross and FEMA you should have in an emergency. This bright orange box is capable of sustaining a family of four for three days. 

The Safe provides a set of tools that will come in handy in any emergency: this includes three AAA batteries, a pre-charged phone charger, a hand-crank radio, a multi-tool, a multi-purpose bag, a flashlight, and a duct tape. 

When it gets cold, The Safe delivers eight hand warmers, four emergency blankets, two containers of water-resistant matches, eight hand warmers (each guarantying ten hours of warmth), two candles, and four emergency blankets.

In this bright orange box, you will also find a safety pack that has a whistle, a pair of gloves, four glow sticks, four dust masks, and four ponchos. 

For a first-aid situation, you will find two packs of tissues, a fast-drying towel, two bottles of hand sanitizer, a pack of wet wipes, a biohazard bag, and, of course, a stocked medical kit.

For food, The Safe provides food rations—no-cholesterol, mini-meals with a five-year shelf life. Of course, The Safe has portable drinking water with a five-year shelf life.

Pros:

  • Great for four persons
  • Well-organized supplies
  • Waterproof box
  • Aesthetic design—highly visible during emergencies. 
  • Replaceable supplies
  • Customer support

Con

  • Not so portable

 

  •  The Mover Max
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Kitchen plan

 

The second product from JUDY is The Mover Max, a bright-orange waterproof backpack designed for quick evacuations during any emergency. According to one IBM survey, 42 percent of Americans do not have a disaster evacuation plan, and only 15 percent own preparedness kits. Fortunately, The Mover Max is perfect for unprepared people who still want to take action on time.

The Mover Max backpack contains tools and first-aid supplies like one duct tape, a pre-charged phone charger, three AAA batteries, one biohazard bag, a flashlight, a multi-tool, a quick-dry towel, one pack of wet wipes, two packs of pocket tissues, two bottles of hand sanitizers, and a stocked medical kit. 

For safety and warmth, the backpack offers two whistles, a pair of gloves, four glow sticks, four dust masks, four ponchos, and eight hand warmers.

For emergency food and water, the backpack has no-cholesterol snacks and portable drinking water, both with a shelf life of five years.

 

Pros:

  • Great for four persons
  • Well-organized supplies
  • Waterproof backpack
  • Aesthetic design—highly visible during emergencies. 
  • Replaceable supplies
  • Customer support
  • Portable

Con

  • A little more expensive than The Mover, but rightly so

 

 

  • The Mover

 

A lighter, two-person version of the Mover Max, the Mover offers tools and first-aid supplies like one duct tape, a pre-charged phone charger, three AAA batteries, one biohazard bag, a flashlight, a multi-tool, a quick-dry towel, one pack of wet wipes, two packs of pocket tissues, one bottle of hand sanitizer, and a stocked medical kit. 

For safety and warmth, the backpack offers one whistle, a pair of gloves, two glow sticks, two dust masks, two ponchos, and four-hand warmers.

For emergency food and water, the backpack has no-cholesterol snacks and portable drinking water, both with a shelf life of five years.

 

  • Great for two persons
  • Affordable
  • Well-organized supplies
  • Waterproof backpack
  • Aesthetic design—highly visible during emergencies. 
  • Replaceable supplies
  • Customer support
  • Portable

Con

  • Fewer supplies than The Mover Max

 

 

  • Starter Kit
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Starter kit on kitchen counter

 

Designed for a single person or people who already have other supplies stocked, The Starter Kit is a portable belt bag that fits snugly around the waist. The Starter Kit contains two glow sticks, a whistle, two food bars, two pouches of drinking water, a medical kit, two emergency blankets, a pre-charged phone charger, and a stocked medical kit.

Pros

  • Affordable 
  • Portable
  • Designed for individual use
  • Replaceable items

 

Con

  • Non-waterproof, but water-resistance. 

Final Thoughts

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Group of emergency survival kits

In an emergency, you don’t want to think about what you need. Judy has it all down and organized. They have the best emergency survival kits available and all you need to do is open the kit and get what you want and need. Take a look at all 4 kits here.

  1. Excellent article! I’ve never heard of Judy, but I’m convinced these are great and organized products. Thank you for displaying the variation of product sizes making it just right to pick what works for us!

    Your site is simple to follow, clear and well organized. I wish you the best here,
    Joanie

  2. Thank you Bob, these uncertain times have clearly shown that anything can happen at any given time, and people need to be prepared. It is certainly worth being prepared beforehand so you are not stuck helpless in an emergency! I’m so glad to see a post that can realistically help save people’s lives in the future, great work!

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