Without question, summer is finally here and to get all of you Prepper’s geared up, Backdoor Survival is kicking off the Summer Survival Blast with some fantastic giveaways. I have partnered up with some great companies and through their generosity, will be giving you a chance to gear up and get ready!
First up this summer is the 2 Person Honey Bucket Kit from DayOneGear.com. If you think this is just a “Honey Bucket” you are in for a surprise. This is a fairly complete survival kit housed in a bucket that is topped by a toilet seat! It includes everything from the requisite personal sanitation supplies to water, food, and essential gear.
Something I really like about the Honey Bucket Kit is that it includes practical items such as an emergency gas and water shut-off tool and a pry bar. There is a lot more, though. Here is the complete list:
(1) Honey Bucket w/Lid
(2) 2400 Calorie Food Bar
(2) Solar Blanket
(2) 3 Pack 8.5 oz. of Water
(2) Dust Masks
(1) Pair Leather Palm Gloves
(1) T-5 Chemical Disinfectant
(1) 12 Hour Light Stick
(1) 51 Piece First Aid Kit
(50) Water Purification Tablets
(50) Waterproof Matches
(1) Gas & Water Shut Off Tool
(1) Utility Knife
(6) Wet Naps
(1) 5 N 1 Whistle
(1) Roll Duct Tape
(1) 12 Pack of Liners
(1) 15 Pry Bar
Another thing I like about the Honey Bucket Kit is that even with all of the included items, there is room to stash additional items of a more personal nature such as prescription meds, that all-important flash drive with copies of important documents and family photos, and some amusements such as a deck of cards and reading material. There is also room for an emergency radio – something I consider very important.
How to Enter the Honey Bucket Giveaway – The Rules
All you need to do to enter the giveaway is to select one or more of the options on the Rafflecopter form below. You can sign in with your email account or Facebook, the choice is yours.
The best way to start is by clicking “Easy Entry for Everyone”. No social media account is required for this option. After that, each +1 you enter is another entry to win. There are lots of options so pick and choose or select them all.
The big news is this: the winner can live anywhere – not just the US – and Day One Gear will ship your prize to you!
The giveaway will end on Thursday, July 3rd and the winner will be notified by email on or before July 5th. Note that the winning entry will be verified and the winner will have 24 hours to respond.
Yes, I made Mr. Survival Husband pose as “The Thinker” and test the toilet seat.
It is a Honey Bucket, after all.
The Final Word
I would like to give a big shout-out to Day One Gear for sponsoring this giveaway. The owners are huge fans of Backdoor Survival and sincere in their interest is helping folks prepare for the unexpected emergencies in life.
Just to give you an idea of how nice they are, they lowered the price from to $89.99 to $74.99 for the duration of the giveaway. That is a $15 discount. Not only that, if you purchase the Honey Bucket and are selected as the winner, Day One Gear will either send you a second bucket, issue a store credit, or refund your purchase cost. Now how cool is that?
So what are you waiting for? Go ahead and enter now. Good luck, everyone!
Enjoy your next adventure through common sense and thoughtful preparation!
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Bargain Bin: Today I share an assortment of items related to today’s article.
Vigilant Trails First Aid Kit: This kit is very popular with BDS readers. It contains 72 pieces of high quality first aid products and is equipped to help you manage minor cuts, abrasions, rashes, burns, insect bites, allergies, upset stomach, headaches, body aches, blisters, infections, mild dehydration, chapped skin and lips and exposure to poisonous plants containing Urushiol Oil (Poison Oak, Ivy and Sumac). Housed in a small crush proof plastic container, measuring just 5″ X 3.5 ” X 1 7/8″.
Kingston Digital 8GB DataTraveler USB 2.0 Flash Drive: I just learned that this flash drive is only $4.99 with free shipping. Perfect for storing emergency information and copies of your important documents.
Emergency Flashlights: There are many choices when it comes to flashlights. I prefer to have a lot of small flashlights stashed all over the place. My favorites are the uber-cheap Mini Cree and the Blocklite. I also have built a total of five 2000-hour flashlights using this Eveready Lantern as a base.
BaoFeng UV-5R Dual-Band Ham Radio: Redundancy is the name of the game. I also have two of these inexpensive Ham radios. Keep in mind that if you are just planning to listen, you do not need a license (I am still working on mine). The price is right. Also consider the NAGOYA Antenna for BAOFENG UV-5R.
Emergency Radio: My old Kaito died right when I needed it so now I have two: the compact Kaito Voyager V1 Dynamo and Solar Radio and the Ambient Weather Compact Emergency Radio. While both have lots of features, my primary interest is in using them as a solar/crank radio.
The Poor Man’s Prepping Guide: How to Prepare for Disaster on a Shoestring Budget (Stay Alive): This book on shoestring prepping is a good one.
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