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50 Hr Candles (single or case of 12)

This is an excellent emergency candle with a long burning, self supporting wick that provides light and heat. It is bright, non-smoking and hot enough to heat water for soup, canned goods or a hot drink. Each candle can contains one book of matches in a lidded container. Order a single candle in a can or by the case of 12.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kelly Kettles

A highly efficient Stainless Steel Outdoor camp Kettle (the fire base is also stainless steel) which is suitable for Trekkers, Hikers, Kayakers, Backpackers, Bikers, and all outdoors enthusiasts who need to keep their pack light. Also suitable for Car Camping and Wilderness Survival Kits / Disaster Kits

 

No need to carry fuel! These kettles will keep your pack light and save you money at the same time - never worry about running out of fuel again! Using any naturally occurring solid fuel (sticks, pine cones, dry camel dung! etc.) this kettle will operate perfectly well, even in a storm and will bring water to a rolling boil within a matter of minutes.

 

 

When there's any kind of nuclear mishap, you may not find any! It is not expensive, be prepared!

 

Potassium Iodide 

Our thyroid gland cannot differentiate between stable and radioactive iodine. Because you are to take potassium iodide after a radioactive event but  before you are exposed it blocks the thyroid from absorbing the radioactive stuff as the stable iodine has already been absorbed and the thyroid cannot absorb more iodide.  If you haven't stocked up ahead of time, call us, we may still have some.

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