Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Pint Sized Power Giveaway - ends 5/9!

Prize:
The PowerPot V
Lithium 4400 Battery Bank
ARV $220

Hosted by:
A Ladybug on the Go (A.L.L. Review)
and 
Make Our Own Network

The PowerPot combines the benefits of a lightweight cooking pot and an off-grid power charger so you can cook a meal while charging your gadgets. Power any off-grid adventure while heating up a meal on a backpacking stove or sitting around the campfire. Wouldn't it be super to have the perfect camping accessory?  This would be such a life-saver!  

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This giveaway is open to the Continental US only (because of shipping costs) and will end on May 9th, 2014.

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22 comments:

  1. We make sure we pack batteries and extra foods too and that usually is enough.

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  2. I have a duel-fuel camping stove which takes either camping fuel or gasoline for emergencies such as the power outage we experienced here in southeast Texas in the aftermath of Hurricane Ike. My power was out for ages since my home was flooded and had to renovated inside. It seems like a blur now. I also had a power inverter which was meant to convert car battery power for use in running things like laptops and charging cell phones.

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  3. I would take lots of water, batteries, canned foods.

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  4. I would take a water purifier, first aid kit, food, warm clothing.

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  5. we always carry water and food as we have a diabetic grandson and bandaids for all the booboos

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  6. My number one concern when backpacking or in the wilderness is water purification. I always carry a water filter or treatment pills. I am so excited about this giveaway after hearing about this product on Shark Tank. I work outside, often in harsh conditions that require me to camp and this would be a really great resource for me!

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  7. We always make sure our medical information is kept in a waterproof box. We also make sure our dog first-aid and our human first-aid kits are stocked properly before leaving home.

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  8. i have a first aid kit that we use and i have all info in a baggie so it will not get wet

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  9. I will go on a backpacking trip with my wife and we will be able to boil our water for tea in the morning and charge our phones. How cool is that?!?!

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  10. I take water, a cell phone, and bug spray when we go for hikes.

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  11. I try to prepare for any eventuality :) Bring water, food, a blanket, matches, extra batteries and let someone know where I'm going and for what. At least, that's the theory :) So far, my preparedness hasn't been put to the test :)

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  12. we hunt.fish.go four wheeling a lot.we take a basic first aide kit with us.enough to get by til we can get them off the montain or get life star in there.my brother in law has guided in life star a few times for four wheeler wrecks.so always try to have some one with goof knowledge with us.

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  13. I would pack water, food, and blankets for sure. Maybe fire starts.

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  14. We don't really have anything for an emergency. Just water in the freezer frozen. Need to start tho.

    We have emergency kits in our vehicles.

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  15. I want to do more for emergency readiness. Right now my husband and I each have a 72 hour go bag packed.

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  16. I have a emergency kit prepared, it has a fire starting kit, a first aid kit and some dehydrated food and water.

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  17. I actually have a bag prepared that I keep in my home, one in the car, and one at work. water, snacks, flashlights, blankets, etc... are all part of my bag and make things a lot easier and less worrisome.

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  18. i always carry a first aid kit and tell people where i am going.

    danielle marie xdanimarie(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  19. I pack clothes appropriate for the season, and ones that can be layered in case the weather is colder than expected.

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  20. For a journey I'd get a first aid kit.

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  21. I pre-pack all the essentials, waterproof matches, firestarter, water purification tablets, knife, bug net. first aid items, medicinal teas, extra pairs of dry socks, light jacket, a collapsible cup, sleeping bag.

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