Pelican Flashlights has donated one of their high-quality LED flashlights, an item I carry with me everywhere I go. It has a nice, heavy-duty feel, which isn’t surprising since it comes from the same people who make the famous Pelican Case. This flashlight is the ideal size for a purse, backpack, or to tuck in the outer pocket of any backpack. Super-bright light, 2 settings, you’ll love it! You can see all their products here, including a really nifty keychain light.
The Sunbell is a cute little solar lamp that also charges your cell phone. It’s a handy little device when you are camping or even just traveling and staying somewhere with too few outlets for all your needs.
I don’t know about you, but my family can definitely overpack when we travel. A good way to cut down on that is to do laundry while traveling, but finding a laundromat can be a hassle. That’s where the Scrubba from Earth Easy comes in. At less than 5 oz and able to fold down to pocket size, the Scrubba is easy to pack. Having the instructions printed on the side helps make it easy to use. And better still: It works!
This pocket-size wonder will help lighten your load whether you are backpacking the Appalachian Trail or heading out to see a show on the Great White Way in New York.
The LifeStraw personal water filter is amazing. I personally watched a demonstration where the person stuck the Lifestraw into disgusting, muddy water and drank it! Since she wasn’t making any nasty faces, I’m guessing it even tasted good.
Bacteria removed include Escherichia coli, Campylobacter, Vibrio cholerae, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Shigella, and Salmonella. Protozoa removed include Giardia lamblia (“Beaver Fever”), Cryptosporidium Parvum, and Entamoeba histolytica.
A clear and proven winner for camping and post-disaster at home, the LifeStraw is perfect for camping as well. As an added bonus, for every LifeStraw sold, an African child will receive clean water for a year.
Once you have all these goodies, you’ll want a goody bag to store them in. Flying Circle Bags has the solution for you with their Presidio Backpack in either black or coyote brown. (The Survival Mom reviewed this backpack a few months ago.)
One lucky winner will receive all of these items! This giveaway will be open for 8 days, ending at midnight on December 23. The winner will be selected at random and notified via email within 72 hours. The winner will be selected the next day and notified via email. Winner must respond within 72 hours or forfeit the prize. This giveaway is open to USA residents only, age 18 and older.
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