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60-Gallon Stackable Water Container Kit - 12 Qty
 

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  • Portable

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    I think it's better to have several smaller water containers rather than one big unmovable container. These you can keep in seperate places and move around as needed.

    7/19/2012

    Daniele

  • portability

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    Its great to have 250-500 gallon tanks of water, but to get up and go, there has to be smaller containers. at 41lbs filled. these provide that portability. I bought the 12 pack for good measure.

    10/15/2012

    JB

  • Perfect for storing

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    We have a few of these stackable water containers in our closet. They are very very sturdy and hold a lot of water. I love that we can stack them and don't have to worry about any leaks!

    2/13/2013

    hvang

  • 60-gallon water container kit for great price.

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    these are a must have in your storage. the price is great and 60-gallons of water can go a long way.

    9/23/2013

    Travis

  • Excellent product - highly recommend

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    I have purchased two of these now and plan to buy more in the future. You can't beat the quality and the ability to move the water around where you need it. I recommend these over the larger containers for convenience and portability. Be sure to purchase some of the water purification drops as well. Way to go Ready Store!

    12/22/2012

    hellinahandbasket

  • Convenient and High Quality

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    Easy to wash, prep and fill with treated water. Just fill one per day until they are all done if you are a busy mom like me. You don't feel overwhelmed by the job and you feel great going to bed at night knowing you have more water stored than the day before. The full container weighs about as much as five year old child, so a reasonably fit adult can lift and carry one for short distances with no problem.

    It's probably a good idea for The Ready Store to link the helpful informational video about using the spigots directly from this product page so customers don't expect the container lids and spigots to come ready to use. You need a sharp knife with a locking blade (or a drill), cut resistant gloves and some electrical tape to really prep these if you want to use the spigots.

    From The Ready Store:

    Thanks for pointing out the videos. We probably should have the videos in a more easily visible location on the webpage. However, toward the bottom of the product page below the current customer reviews are three videos relating to the spigot instillation on our water containers.

    Thanks for the great input!

    -The Ready Store

    1/20/2013

    Flower Child

  • I wish I would have bought more WaterBricks

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    I bought these 5-gallon containers to save a few bucks vs. buying more WaterBricks. I wish I wouldn't have. And no I don't work for WaterBrick or the ReadyStore :)

    I like these 5-gallon containers but the lids are not nearly the quality as those on the WaterBricks. WaterBrick's are designed to lay on their side (so not leaking is vital) while these are meant to sit upright. Sadly, these seem to want to leak. I have tightened them beyond what common sense tells me to do (given there's a rubber gasket) and I still have a couple that leak if I squeeze the bottle or move it. And I have strong hands so they are tight.

    I feel confident having these bottles sitting upright in my basement. I would never feel comfortable with them in a car or camper. So, if you are just buying containers to have water on hand for an emergency ... save a few bucks and buy these. If you are planning to take these camping, for example, the WaterBricks are a much better product in my view.

    The other thing I will add is that the handle on these isn't big enough for those of us with wide hands. I've hauled water in a 5-gallon container for many years and these are the worst handles I've encountered. They are thin and narrow. I'd really hate to haul water far with this handle given that I have big hands.

    Just sharing.

    3/27/2013

    MikeDidIt

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60-Gallon Stackable Water Container Kit - 12 Qty

QUICK FACTS | All Features & Specs

Container Type: Stackable
Drinking Supply: 120 Days
BPA Free: Yes
HDPE : Yes
Stackable: Yes
Total Filled Weight (lbs): 501
Dimensions: 11"x10"x14"ea

Regular Price: $223.65

Sale Price: $210.23

Save: $13.42 (6%)

 

   

 

Benefits & Description

120 days of emergency water | BPA-free plastic | Stack and save space

Safe space and time with convenient water storage
Instead of having a huge water container or something too heavy to handle, go with the 12 count kit! It has 60 gallons of water in a small space. Each container is 5-gallons. Enough water for your needs
Each person will need about a half gallon of water per day in an emergency situation. This will allow you to stay hydrated for 120 days! Keep your water safe and clean
While some people will just put their water storage in old milk jugs, you know better! These containers are durable with a thick lining. They also have an opaque shell to prevent bacterial growth. High-grade plastic
Not only are they convenient and stack easily, but the containers are made from food-grade plastic so they won't contaminate your water! Get more than 100 gallons of water storage for your family! This is a great way to durability and sustainability to your preparations! These stackable water containers will save you space and help you be ready for anything

These containers are made with an opaque lining that protects your water and prevents bacteria from growing in your water. They are also made with food-grade plastic that is BPA-free and won't leach or put contaminants in your water.

With the flat bottoms and tops, these containers can nestle together for easy stacking. This will save you space and be more convenient than other containers. Instead of trying to move around a large container, you can easily pick up a 5-gallon container and use as needed. Since the containers are stackable you are never far from being on your way.

More than anything, you'll have emergency water to keep you and your family safe. In an emergency situation, you'll need water or you won't survive! You and your family will feel safe with 60 gallons of emergency water containers.

PLEASE NOTE: To avoid leaking, tighten cap well. The vast majority are able to do so by hand. For those that are not able to fasten the cap tight enough by hand, we recommend using channel locks and Teflon Tape as needed.

What's In-the-Box?

Water Container (12 Containers):
(12) 5-Gallon Stackable Water Container with Lid.  

Features & Functions

SKU: WA0109X12
Shipping Weight (lbs): 0.2500
Supply Duration: N/A
Estimated Shelf Life: Indefinite
Brand: The Ready Store
Dimensions (LxWxH): 11" x 10" x 14"
Container Type: Stackable Container
Volume: 227 L. | 60 gal.
 
 

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60-Gallon Stackable Water Container Kit - 12 Qty
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Water Preserver
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Pre-Drilled Lid and Spigot Combo
Price for All Items Together:
$232.47

 

  • Portable

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    I think it's better to have several smaller water containers rather than one big unmovable container. These you can keep in seperate places and move around as needed.

    7/19/2012

    Daniele

  • portability

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    Its great to have 250-500 gallon tanks of water, but to get up and go, there has to be smaller containers. at 41lbs filled. these provide that portability. I bought the 12 pack for good measure.

    10/15/2012

    JB

  • Perfect for storing

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    We have a few of these stackable water containers in our closet. They are very very sturdy and hold a lot of water. I love that we can stack them and don't have to worry about any leaks!

    2/13/2013

    hvang

  • 60-gallon water container kit for great price.

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    these are a must have in your storage. the price is great and 60-gallons of water can go a long way.

    9/23/2013

    Travis

  • Excellent product - highly recommend

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    I have purchased two of these now and plan to buy more in the future. You can't beat the quality and the ability to move the water around where you need it. I recommend these over the larger containers for convenience and portability. Be sure to purchase some of the water purification drops as well. Way to go Ready Store!

    12/22/2012

    hellinahandbasket

  • Convenient and High Quality

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    Easy to wash, prep and fill with treated water. Just fill one per day until they are all done if you are a busy mom like me. You don't feel overwhelmed by the job and you feel great going to bed at night knowing you have more water stored than the day before. The full container weighs about as much as five year old child, so a reasonably fit adult can lift and carry one for short distances with no problem.

    It's probably a good idea for The Ready Store to link the helpful informational video about using the spigots directly from this product page so customers don't expect the container lids and spigots to come ready to use. You need a sharp knife with a locking blade (or a drill), cut resistant gloves and some electrical tape to really prep these if you want to use the spigots.

    From The Ready Store:

    Thanks for pointing out the videos. We probably should have the videos in a more easily visible location on the webpage. However, toward the bottom of the product page below the current customer reviews are three videos relating to the spigot instillation on our water containers.

    Thanks for the great input!

    -The Ready Store

    1/20/2013

    Flower Child

  • I wish I would have bought more WaterBricks

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    I bought these 5-gallon containers to save a few bucks vs. buying more WaterBricks. I wish I wouldn't have. And no I don't work for WaterBrick or the ReadyStore :)

    I like these 5-gallon containers but the lids are not nearly the quality as those on the WaterBricks. WaterBrick's are designed to lay on their side (so not leaking is vital) while these are meant to sit upright. Sadly, these seem to want to leak. I have tightened them beyond what common sense tells me to do (given there's a rubber gasket) and I still have a couple that leak if I squeeze the bottle or move it. And I have strong hands so they are tight.

    I feel confident having these bottles sitting upright in my basement. I would never feel comfortable with them in a car or camper. So, if you are just buying containers to have water on hand for an emergency ... save a few bucks and buy these. If you are planning to take these camping, for example, the WaterBricks are a much better product in my view.

    The other thing I will add is that the handle on these isn't big enough for those of us with wide hands. I've hauled water in a 5-gallon container for many years and these are the worst handles I've encountered. They are thin and narrow. I'd really hate to haul water far with this handle given that I have big hands.

    Just sharing.

    3/27/2013

    MikeDidIt