5 Day SOLAR Survival Backpack
There is nothing more frustrating than a dead cell phone. In an emergency the ability to charge your phone could make all the difference. The Solar Backpack Survival Kit can provide you with the ability to power up your device on the go. Built-in solar panels on the front of the bag provide power through a USB. This kit has all you need to thrive in a disaster or emergency: delicious meal options, water, light, hygiene, first aid and more. Don't leave your safety to chance.
- 4.4-Watt Solar Panel with Built-In USB
- Laptop Sleeve / Reservoir Pocket to Store Hydration Bladder with Two Suspension Hooks
- Waterproof Solar Panel / Top slip hole for headphones or hydration bladder tube
- 18" height x 12.5" wide x 4" deep
- 2.5 Pounds (backpack only)
- 2 Minutes of Sunlight = 1% Charge
- 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
Food & Water
- 32 Total Servings (Including Apple Cinnamon Cereal, Brown Sugar Cereal, Creamy Pasta, Southwest Beans and Rice, Hearty Tortilla Soup, and Whey Milk)
- 5 X 4.227 fl. oz. Water Pouches
- 37 Piece First Aid Kit
- N95 Dust Mask
- Pocket Tissues
- 3 Wet Naps
- Waste Bag
- Portable Stove (Including Fuel Tablets)
- Stainless Steel Cup
- Squeeze Flashlight
- 5-in-1 Survival Whistle
- Waterproof Matches
- Mylar Blanket
- Emergency Poncho
- Playing Cards
- Food and drink are factory sealed and dated for freshness
- Store at 55 degrees Fahrenheit for optimal shelf life
- OUTPUT CONDITIONS: Solar panel ratings are calculated in bright direct sunlight. Conditions such as indirect sunlight, overcast and partial shade conditions will decrease the output. We always recommend over-sizing the size of your solar array, as these conditions occur often.
- KEEP SOLAR PANELS CLEAN: A periodic inspection to remove dirt, debris and check electrical connections is all that is needed. Keeping the panel clear of snow and debris will allow for better results.
- HOW TO CHARGE: Please connect data wire to USB port, it begins to charge when has enough power. Keep in mind that it takes direct sunshine on the surface of the panel to produce the maximum-rated power of a solar panel.