With more and more disasters happening worldwide, being prepared is about the only thing you can do to provide yourself a little comfort should an emergency happen. Designer Archie Archambault decided to put together a kit based on FEMA’s recommendations while living in the Pacific Northwest worrying about potential earthquakes. The idea of putting together your own kit can be daunting so, Archambault designed the OkieDokie Super Simple Disaster Kit to help get everyone prepared without having to deal with the stress to make it happen. This kit comes with everything one person might need for up to 72-hours in any situation.
The minimalist, black and white design of the packaging and graphics makes it easy to spot what you might need in a moment of panic. OkieDokie is offering individual kits, as well as family size kits via an Indiegogo campaign if you’re interested in getting your own household set up for any situation.
The kit contains the most important necessities, according to FEMA and the Red Cross and here’s what’s included:
-3600-calorie emergency rations, Datrex Brand
-Water Filter, LifeStraw, removes 99.9% of Bacteria
-Multitool with 12 functions, including pliers, Stanley Tools
-Crank Radio & Flashlight, Eton/Red Cross
-Space Blanket, Quivrr Brand
-First Aid Kit, including over 70 items, ANSI Class A
-Work Gloves, Generic
-Multi-use gallon plastic bags, for waste and keeping dry, Generic
-Plastic Goggles, NSX brand
-Dust Mask, 3M
-Tampons, OB Comfort
-Super-tough waterproof bag, OkieDokie Custom PVC dry Bag