Emergency power options are an absolute must if you hope to survive any long-term disaster in any type of comfort. If the power goes out for longer than a few hours, you could find your way of life impacted negatively. However, having a way to keep the refrigerator going, to run the television to show DVDs for the kids, and to keep the lights on will make surviving even the most temporary power outage much less stressful.
In a power outage many people rely on gasoline generators. Unfortuantely, they are loud and require refueling on a regular basis. On the other hand, a solar-powered generator, especially in those parts of the country where sunshine is pretty much a constant, are the only real choice.
The ReadyStore carries a great line of solar-powered generators and all the necessary accessories.
Now if you do decide to go with a gasoline or diesel-powered generator, then you are going to want to have a supply of fuel on hand. To keep the fuel viable, you'll want to use a fuel preservative. The PRI products are the best on the market.
With the number of devices that are either rechargeable or require batteries, having a way to recharge in the midst of a power outage can keep you in contact with the outside world. Charge your phone or recharge the batteries for your radio to keep up with what's happening in your area.
Don't wait until the power goes out to wish you had some kind of emergency power already in place. It's no fun sitting in the dark, being cold and hungry, with no idea of what's happening around you. Don't let this happen to you or your family.
How long could you survive without power? If a storm, an attack, or some other disaster took down the power grid for more than a few days, would it be an inconvenience or a serious emergency for you?
With ReadyStore, you’ll never have to worry about losing power again. Their emergency power solutions include gas and solar generators and other solutions for both short- and long-term power outages.
The PowerPot, for example, is a fantastic device to keep your electronics charged without grid electricity. How? Just add heat. All you have to do is add water to the pot and put it over a heat source.
You could use a gas stove, a fire, or whatever heat source you have or can find. While the water boils, the heat powers a USB cable and adaptor, which allows you to charge your phone, tablet, or laptop.
The PowerPot is great for camping, especially if you’re going to be doing a lot of hiking, and you want to have your phone’s GPS available in case you get lost. It’s also great in an emergency situation. Just by cooking your dinner – without any grid power – you’ll be able to charge your phone so that you can stay in touch with the outside world.
Other emergency power solutions include solar generator kits, rechargeable batteries that work with solar or heat powered generators, and power pack rechargers for phones, tablets, and laptops. You can use these in combination for days, weeks, months, or years if you have to.
If you can create power without the aid of the grid, then you can save money on your monthly power bill, go camping in style and comfort, and you can power everything you need when the lights go out in an emergency.