Video product review: The most ultra emergency kit on the market by J.Bullivant
Disclaimer: I received the ultra version of the J.Bullivant Solar Backpack and decided to review it without being asked. This company did not pay for this review, they are not an advertiser, nor am I affiliated with their company in any way.
Check out the update below for more details directly from J.Bullivant.
So. Who doesn’t love a touch of luxury in their life from time to time? We love strawberries dipped in chocolate and high-end eye shadow (because with eye shadow, cheaper is definitely not better). What we don’t expect, though, is luxury when it comes to survival products.
Imagine what a nice surprise it was, then, to receive an absolutely gorgeous, glossy brown backpack stuffed with high quality emergency supplies, from a mini solar power generator (really!) to a chemical/biological/radioactive protective suit! It’s definitely not your ordinary emergency kit.
In this video I go through most of the backpack’s contents and discuss its one downfall.
UPDATE: There were a number of questions about this product, so J.Bullivant responded with these extra details:
“The Personal Power Generator (PPG) has a 4800mAh li-ion battery. The Solar Panels provide 3W of power and are meant to be used with a charged PPG. Relying on just solar power is not advised unless it is for an emergency situation. Together the two products work together to keep a charge on your mobile devices. I also wanted to mention that each of the products are sold on their own as well, that way users can pick and choose which products they may want or need with or without a backpack. We also offer a Build a Backpack option, allowing users to create their own emergency kit, as well as 3 levels of the pre-prepared backpacks to appeal to a wide-range of consumers. The backpacks themselves are made of ballistic nylon and are durable and strong. These backpack are meant for consumer purchase and not for military or tactical use.
The ballistic shield is made out of a proprietary epoxy bound high-strength fiberglass weave.” For more details about the ballistic shield, click here.
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