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  • This is incredible!

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    1 of 2 people found this review helpful

    I have been buying water just for the gallon containers. I pay anywhere from $1.00 to $1.69 per gallon. It is actually cheaper to buy this and it takes up a lot less space! I'm so glad you guys have this!

    12/9/12

    Beth

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    0 of 1 people found this review helpful

    These are great! so easy to fill and they let you get all that water out of the tub if you have to fill it in an emergency. It also protects the water from contamination (airborn and from the tub wall). The price here was as good as I found anywhere else.

    5/27/13

    Matt

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    0 of 1 people found this review helpful

    We all know that we must have water to survive. What an excellent, safe and easy way to know that you and your family are going to have a clean safe water supply when needed.

    7/7/13

    Greg

  • What better way to store water in an emergency?

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    0 of 1 people found this review helpful

    I am including this in my sister's Christmas gift order because above all - water is the most essential element of survival supplies.

    12/9/13

    Wendy

  • 2 differenet rules

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    0 of 1 people found this review helpful

    I have one of these and I'm a fan. But there are some things to know before you think this will keep you out of trouble.

    This is not for long term storage. This is an item that is best suited to being reactionary. For example, a big XXXXXXX is on the way and you think you will be without power/water for awhile or your water source will be contaminated.

    If your water is supplied via a pump (such as when you live in a well or in a 4th floor (usually) or higher building in the city then you need to put this in your tub and fill it BEFORE you loose power or the contamination starts.

    If you live in a allocation that's gravity fed then you may be able to wait until after the power is out to fill your blister bag.

    If you have an artestian water source then you can just ignore prepping your water supplies and laugh maniacally as someone who never needs to worry about running out of water. Also... if you do have an artesian well, DONT TELL ANYONE. Except me. :)

    3/2/14

    Scott

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65-Gallon Emergency Bathtub Water Container

QUICK FACTS | All Features & Specs

Container Type: Large Bladder
Fill Time: 15 mins
FDA Compliant: Yes
BPA Free: Yes
Easy to Use: Yes
Spigot: Yes
Capacity: Up to 65 gallons
Dimensions: 7"x3.5"x13.5"

Price: $24.95

   

 

Benefits & Description

Fits Standard Bathtubs | BPA Free | Up To 65 Gallons

Keep Your Family Prepared
When faced with a natural disaster, fill up your AquaPod and you’ll have up to 65gallons of safe, clean drinking water. Purchase One for Each Bathtub in Your Home
You can never be too prepared. Keep your family safe with plenty of clean, fresh water to drink. Easy to Use
Simply lay the 65-Gallon Emergency Bathtub Water Container in your bathtub and fill it up. It’s as easy as that. Made of Heavy Duty Food Grade Material
The AquaPod is made of a heavy-duty 4 mil food grade liner that is US FDA approved. One thing we have learned from Katrina and Sandy storms is that when it comes to being prepared for a natural disaster nothing is more important than having clean, fresh drinking water that is easily accessible. The AquaPod provides just that. Simply lay out the 65-Gallon Emergency Bathtub Water Container in any standard bathtub, attach the fill sock to the bathtub nozzle and start filling it up. Within 20 minutes you and your family will have up to 65 gallons of safe water that is ready to consume. The AquaPod is the perfect emergency water supply container to have on hand for any emergency such as a hurricane, tornado, or flooding. Buy several and use them in each bathtub in your home for extra security.

How do you get the water out? Simple! Each 65-Gallon Emergency Bathtub Water Container comes with a siphon to pump the water out. Fill up a pitcher or bucket to use for drinking, cooking, washing, flushing or whatever else you need water for. Avoid the long lines of anxious people trying to get bottled water at distribution centers. Keep your family safe at home with up to 65 gallons of stored water that lasts up to 4 weeks.

Why not just use water stored in an open bathtub? Because water stored in an open tub is subject to soap scum, debris, dirt, and other contaminants. Water stored in this emergency bathtub water bladder however, is protected by a 4 mil food grade liner that is US FDA approved. Keep your family safe and give them clean drinking water for all their needs. When the emergency is over, just slit the liner and drain the remaining water.

NOTE: According to the manufacturer the AquaPod should be a once used product.

What's In-the-Box?

Water Container (1 Container):
(1) 65-Gallon Emergency Bathtub Water Container  

Features & Functions

SKU: WA0100
Shipping Weight (lbs): 1.4300
Supply Duration: 1-Month
Estimated Shelf Life: Indefinite
Brand: No
Dimensions (LxWxH): 7"x3.5"13.5"
Container Type: Bladder
Volume: 246 L. | 65 gal.
 
 

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65-Gallon Emergency Bathtub Water Container
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WaterSAFE Test Kit
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Price for All Items Together:
$59.65

This product: 65-Gallon Emergency Bathtub Water Container for $24.95

WaterSAFE Test Kit for $20.95

Water Preserver for $13.75

 

  • This is incredible!

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality
    1 of 2 people found this review helpful

    I have been buying water just for the gallon containers. I pay anywhere from $1.00 to $1.69 per gallon. It is actually cheaper to buy this and it takes up a lot less space! I'm so glad you guys have this!

    12/9/12

    Beth

  • must have

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

    These are great! so easy to fill and they let you get all that water out of the tub if you have to fill it in an emergency. It also protects the water from contamination (airborn and from the tub wall). The price here was as good as I found anywhere else.

    5/27/13

    Matt

  • Excellent

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

    We all know that we must have water to survive. What an excellent, safe and easy way to know that you and your family are going to have a clean safe water supply when needed.

    7/7/13

    Greg

  • What better way to store water in an emergency?

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

    I am including this in my sister's Christmas gift order because above all - water is the most essential element of survival supplies.

    12/9/13

    Wendy

  • 2 differenet rules

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

    I have one of these and I'm a fan. But there are some things to know before you think this will keep you out of trouble.

    This is not for long term storage. This is an item that is best suited to being reactionary. For example, a big XXXXXXX is on the way and you think you will be without power/water for awhile or your water source will be contaminated.

    If your water is supplied via a pump (such as when you live in a well or in a 4th floor (usually) or higher building in the city then you need to put this in your tub and fill it BEFORE you loose power or the contamination starts.

    If you live in a allocation that's gravity fed then you may be able to wait until after the power is out to fill your blister bag.

    If you have an artestian water source then you can just ignore prepping your water supplies and laugh maniacally as someone who never needs to worry about running out of water. Also... if you do have an artesian well, DONT TELL ANYONE. Except me. :)

    3/2/14

    Scott