Don’t be caught in an emergency without being able to rest easy with your Emergency Kit from Armor Readiness!
Have you ever forgotten your cell phone at home, experienced a power outage or run out of gas? It’s a helpless feeling. I know first hand.. it was horrible. There I was, at the car wash. Returning from a weekend trip, just me and my pug. With the truck running and the a/c on for the dog, I get out and start to dry it. I hear “click”..I knew exactly what happened. I turned around to see the pug standing on the lock button, looking at me through the driver’s side window. Funny at first, until I realized my phone was inside the truck. No problem.. after all, I live in Las Vegas. Surely I can borrow someone’s phone, right? Wait.. I don’t actually know anyone’s phone number! Lucky for me, a marked patrol unit drove by and called the pop-a-lock place. 2 hours and $200 later, I was back in business…feeling like an idiot! Lesson learned.
In all seriousness, every emergency preparedness plan should revolve around the idea that you and your family will need to function without any outside assistance at all… for an extended period of time. No ordering a pizza, no running to the corner store for water, no police, fire, or emergency response. Are you ready? Armor Readiness has what you need. Our pre packaged Emergency Kits contain:
Food and Water: The food and water in this kit have a 5-year shelf life, and are meant to provide nutrition for 72 hours.
Light and Communication: AM/FM Radio (batteries included)
Hand Rechargeable Flashlights (never needs batteries)
5-in-1 Survival Whistle
Box of Waterproof Matches
Shelter and Warmth:
Emergency Survival Sleeping Bags
Emergency Ponchos with Hood Security
Hygiene and Sanitation Items
First Aid Kits
While you are planning and preparing your emergency kits. Take a look at our emergency food buckets, tools, and water purification systems. We hope you never need any of these items, but the peace of mind knowing that you have these on hand when needed is priceless.
Oh.. In closing, the very next weekend I took the pug on another road trip. This time, I outsmarted her by keeping the other set of keys in my pocket!.. But she learned a new trick. She must have rolled the windows down about 15 times that weekend. Not one time did she hit the lock button…She owes me $200.