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  • Good camping item

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    1 of 4 people found this review helpful

    This is better for camping than storing, even though water is heavy, the container is small enough so that when filled it won't be too much of a burden to carry.

    7/18/12

    Daniele

  • Camping Must

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    3 of 7 people found this review helpful

    Just used this when I went camping. . . . My older one I dropped on the ground when it was full & it started to leak. Replacement works perfect!

    7/18/12

    John

  • Protect It

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    This is a great for distributing stored water but (IMO) shouldn't be used to store your water in. I've purchased two of these and both ended up with holes after rough handling. If you can protect it from edges, falls, and other things poking it then no worries... but Murphy is an acquaintance of mine and I believe in the KISS method.

    3/2/14

    Scott

  • great for short term

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    1 of 1 people found this review helpful

    soft sided containers puncture easily.. mine got a hole in just a few uses. It was nice while it lasted, I mostly used it for storing water in camp. I wouldn't rely on this for long term use.

    5/27/13

    Matt

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2.5-Gallon Fold-A-Carrier Collapsible Water Container

QUICK FACTS | All Features & Specs

Drinking Water Supply: 5 Days
BPA Free: Yes
HDPE : Yes
Collapsible: Yes
Total Filled Weight (lbs): 21
Dimensions: 6.5"x2.5"x7.5"

Price: $8.91

 Items Usually Ship in 1-3 Business Days 

 

Benefits & Description

5 Day Drinking Water Supply | BPA Free | Collapsible

Be Prepared No Matter What Happens
This collapsible water container holds enough drinking water for one person for five days depending on rationing. Save Time & Be Organized
Clear and transparent plastic allows you to easily see the fill level. It is 100% non-toxic BPA free. Don’t Stress about Emergencies
Strong LDPE holds its shape but also collapses to store compactly just about anywhere! Relax Knowing that You’re Taken Care Of
Water storage is great for hiking, camping, auto emergency kits, or even rushed evacuation! The original and finest quality Fold-A-Carrier collapsible water container is a must-have for your emergency survival needs. If catastrophic circumstances force you to leave your home immediately, this water container is easy to grab for a swift evacuation. Once filled, the container holds enough drinking water for 5 days. The Fold-A-Carrier is made from food-approved high grade polyethylene to retain its flexibility even in frozen conditions. Because of its compact size, the Fold-A-Carrier is also fantastic for hiking, camping, or as an addition to your auto emergency supplies!

Even though emergencies can seem far away now, you only have to turn on the news to see reports of earthquakes, storms, and other disasters that leave thousands stranded without the supplies they need. In a best-case scenario, you’ll never even have to use this. However, it’s always better to prepare for the worst and then never have to use your supplies than to have never prepared at all. Protect yourself and get some peace of mind knowing that you and your family are taken care of.

At The Ready Store, we always focus on the QUALITY of our products first because we want you to get the best value for your hard-earned money.

What's In-the-Box?

Water Container (1 Container):
(1) 2.5-Gallon Collapsible Water Container  

Features & Functions

SKU: WA0016
Shipping Weight (lbs): 0.4000
Supply Duration: 5-Day
Situational Usage: Auto, Biological, Earthquake, Electrical, Financial, Fire, Flood, Hurricane, Medical, Nuclear, Storm, Tornado
Estimated Shelf Life: Indefinite
Brand: The Ready Store
Dimensions (LxWxH): 6.5" x 2.5" x 7.5"
Container Type: Collapsible Bag
Volume: 9 L. | 2.5 gal.
 
 

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  • Good camping item

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality
    1 of 4 people found this review helpful

    This is better for camping than storing, even though water is heavy, the container is small enough so that when filled it won't be too much of a burden to carry.

    7/18/12

    Daniele

  • Camping Must

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality
    3 of 7 people found this review helpful

    Just used this when I went camping. . . . My older one I dropped on the ground when it was full & it started to leak. Replacement works perfect!

    7/18/12

    John

  • Protect It

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    This is a great for distributing stored water but (IMO) shouldn't be used to store your water in. I've purchased two of these and both ended up with holes after rough handling. If you can protect it from edges, falls, and other things poking it then no worries... but Murphy is an acquaintance of mine and I believe in the KISS method.

    3/2/14

    Scott

  • great for short term

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality
    1 of 1 people found this review helpful

    soft sided containers puncture easily.. mine got a hole in just a few uses. It was nice while it lasted, I mostly used it for storing water in camp. I wouldn't rely on this for long term use.

    5/27/13

    Matt