The power in your home goes out. Your car stalls and won't start on a dark patch of highway. How will you find your way around? Or, in more extreme emergency situations, how can you get others to find you? Never find yourself without a flashlight or any other source of emergency lighting. Instead, always have an emergency light on hand.
What types of emergency lighting are available? The most versatile and long-lasting, an emergency flashlight can assist with getting around indoors and outdoors in the dark. For varying degrees of disaster, keep an emergency flashlight in your car and in your home - and place it in an easily-accessible location.
In an emergency, power sources are limited. As a result, many sources of emergency lighting are self-powered. A hand crank is the most common system; when the crank is wound, the batteries inside are powered and can last for a specified amount of time. Such emergency lighting may also be equipped with an AM/FM radio - another feature crucial in a disaster.
If you want backup for a flashlight, what other options are there? An integral part of any emergency kit is light sticks. While not designed to be long-lasting, a light stick allows you to see better and be found in an emergency. A typical light stick lasts for 12 hours, although Survival Supply also carries those that burn for 30 minutes or eight hours.
Never find yourself without a light source during a power outage. To prepare for any degree of disaster, equip yourself with one of our emergency lights.
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