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Oasis Water Tanks can hide under your bed, behind couch

When a natural disaster such as a severe storm or blizzard are reported as brewing, water is one of the first things that flies off the shelves in a grocery store. Most people who know about emergency preparedness recommend having at least one gallon of water per day per person available. If one has a family, one of the best ways to do that is with a water tank such as Oasis Water Tanks. This product is touted as only needing five inches of storage space, but it holds 20 gallons of water. Recommended places to put this tank include behind a couch or under a bed.

Hopefully, the thing will never spring a leak. Maybe a garage or basement that has a built in storm drain might be a better option. Interested backers might also be interested in the Kalipak, Recon 6 Watch, Survivor Signal Rescue Panel, and Rhino Laces campaigns.  This campaign seeks to raise $15,000. Early bird backers get one product for $100 with an expected delivery of February 2015.

Camping Nutrition/Hydration

Portable cooler carrier cradles hydration across rough terrain

Providing water for outdoor activities often means that a spot needs to be found where one can place the water cooler where it won’t fall over. Portable Water Cooler Carrier makes it easier to have water on hand, whether the location has a smooth or rough terrain. This isn’t going to save a great deal on plastic bottles and paper cups unless everyone remembers to bring their own travel mug or water bottle. And if one is bringing a water cooler on a camping trip, that is some extreme camping. Nevertheless, backers can get two products for $125 with an expected delivery of July 2015.