Power Outage Kit

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Be Ready For Power Outages With A Kit Like This!

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Power outages happen all of the time and can be quite a pain in the butt.  However, if you set up a little power outage kit like this they are much easier to deal with.  Take a look at the video below to see the items I have put in my power outage kit.

Power Outage Kit Video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLTDvDQN6kI

What Other Items Would You Recommend Putting In A Power Outage Kit? Let us know in the comments below!

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4 thoughts on “Power Outage Kit

  1. Looks good – a small battery-operated (or hand crank) radio is another comfort/nice-to-have/need-to-have piece of kit (depending on the circumstances) to have at the ready when the lights go out … also, wooden matches (or bbq lighter) have extra ‘reach’ for lighting lanterns or stoves.

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