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2-person Blackout Pack for 7 days (incl. walkie talkies)

2-person Blackout Pack for 7 days (incl. walkie talkies)

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What do you need during prolonged power outages?

During prolonged power outages, it is important to be prepared with regard to several things, such as lighting, communication, food supply and personal comfort. Torches, candles and lighters are crucial to provide illumination during power outages. Make sure you have a sufficient supply of batteries and regularly check if they are still working. Keep a stock of non-perishable foods such as canned foods, cereals, dried fruits and nuts. Also make sure you have enough drinking water, as your local water company will also be without power. A water filter can come in handy if the power outage lasts a long time. And if it is winter, make sure you have a way to generate heat, such as hand warmers or a portable heater combined with a generator. After all, your central heating boiler won't work without power. Make sure you have enough fuel if you use a generator. If you rely on an induction stove, consider a camping cooker. A battery-powered radio can be important to keep abreast of news and alerts, especially if the power failure is accompanied by an emergency. A mobile phone with a fully charged power bank can also come in handy for communication. Make sure you have enough cash, as debit card payments are most likely unavailable during a power cut. Provide toilet paper, wet wipes, hand sanitiser and other hygiene products to stay comfortable during a power failure.


Introducing our essential Blackout Pack, carefully crafted to ensure unparalleled preparedness during unforeseen power outages of up to 1 week. Packed with durable, compact essentials, including reliable walkie talkies, this comprehensive kit guarantees self-reliance and peace of mind for couples in emergency situations.

The set contains 44 items which is in a waterproof storage box are stored.The emergency rations have a shelf life of 5 years. Designed and assembled in the Netherlands.

NB! The photo of the package may differ from the contents due to delivery problems and shortages. The list of products below is always correct.


  • Completely designed by emergency preparedness professionals.
  • The emergency ration in this set has a shelf life of 5 years and is safe for vegetarians and people with nut allergies.
  • This survival kit is suitable for use in the event of a power outage.
  • This kit is sometimes called an emergency kit, survival kit, disaster kit, or recovery bag.
  • Emergency planning information is provided through the SAS Survival Guide.

    Is three days / 72 hours principle enough?

    The most important principle in determining the contents of the Blackout Pack is that in the event of a disaster, the government needs approximately three days to restart the minimum services, such as gas, water and electricity supplies. The Blackout Pack should help you get through that 72-hour period. But what if that period lasts longer than 3 days? It's better to have a little more food and batteries at home.

    An important part in Blackout Packis the information provision. With the emergency radio out Blackout Packyou stay up to date with the news even if the power goes out.

    This emergency kit consists of:




    Buying this emergency kit will save you €83,15 compared to buying individual products, which is a saving of 19%.

    An emergency kit or individual items?

    More economical than buying separately - and you're ready to go immediately!

    The advantage of an emergency kit over buying individual items is on average 50 euros*! You also get rid of the hassle of sorting out what you need. All you have to do is add items that you probably already have at home. Things that are important for your situation. Think of things like medicines, copies of identity documents, cash and e.g. some toiletries like toilet paper, sanitary towels, toothpaste, toothbrushes, etc.

    *Depending on the type of emergency kit

    About the emergency ration

    Seven Oceans has been the world's leading emergency food and emergency ration brand for 60 years. The emergency ration (in sold per 500-gram pack) is of superior quality, provides a balanced diet for survival and has a guaranteed shelf life of 5 years.

    Each 500-gram pack of Seven Oceans emergency ration is vacuum-packed in air- and watertight 3-layer film surrounded by strong water-repellent cardboard. In each pack, you will find 9 bars of 56 grams and 271 kcal each. Each bar consists of 2 tablets wrapped in fat-free paper.

    Seven Oceans is approved worldwide for use aboard lifeboats and life rafts, among other things, but of course it is also excellent for use as an emergency supply at home, in the Bug-out-Bag or at the Bug-out-Location. The high-quality packaging also includes instructions for use in 14 different languages and complies with SOLAS / ISO 18813: 2006 and E.C. Directive 98/83.


    Wheat flour

    • Palm fat
    • Sugar
    • Vitamin C, B1 and B6

    May contain traces of milk and soya.

    Nutritional values per 100 g

    • Energy: 2,041 kJ / 488 kcal
    • Fat: 20.2 g
      - of which saturated: 12.9
    • Carbohydrates: 65.6 g
      - of which sugars: 11.4 g
    • Protein: 9.2 g
    • Salt: 0.002 g
    • Vitamin C: 30 mg
    • Vitamin B1: 1,5 mg
    • Vitamin B6: 1,5 mg

    About the walkie-talkies

    This set of 2 walkie-talkies (also called walkie-talkies) is very easy to use. Standard equipped with 16 normal PMR channels allowing you to communicate with other brands of walkie-talkies as well. This set of walkie-talkies can be used licence-free.

    Predicting the range of a walkie-talkie is tricky. A higher transmission power does not always guarantee a better range. It is crucial to optimise the location and antenna, for example by using an outdoor antenna. In ideal conditions with clear visibility, the range can be tens of kilometres, but obstacles, buildings and antenna placement play a major role. Even the curvature of the earth can have an influence within 2 kilometres. The final range depends on several factors, including transmission power and obstacles between transmitter and receiver.

    Please note that walkie-talkies are only in emergency kits from 2 people upwards.

    About the multifunctional emergency radio

    The multifunctional emergency radio receives AM and FM. It also features an LED torch and a mobile phone charger. This versatile device has an internal 2000 mAh lithium battery that lasts for hours and is charged using the built-in hand crank, the solar panel or the USB port.

    For optimal battery life of the emergency radio, it is recommended to charge it regularly (e.g. 1x per quarter). To do this, connect the emergency radio to a USB charger or USB port.

    About the SAS manual

    "A classic outdoor handbook [that] covers every conceivable disaster scenario. Don't leave home without it" -- Outside magazine

    The ultimate guide to surviving anywhere, now updated with more than 100 pages of additional material, including a new chapter on urban survival

    The global bestseller SAS Survival Handbook by John "Lofty" Wiseman, which has sold many millions of copies, has been revised to reflect the latest survival knowledge and technology and cover new topics, such as urban survival and terrorism, and is the ultimate resource for all campers, hikers and outdoor adventurers: from the basics of camping and navigation to fear management and strategies for dealing with any kind of disaster.

    Supplement your emergency kit yourself

    • Water; three litres of water per day per person, for at least three days. Note: you need water not only for drinking, but also for cooking, washing, etc.
    • Any other food; a supply of non-perishable food for at least three days (plus a can opener if the food is in cans)
    • Stock up on any prescription medicines you take
    • Cash and copies of identity documents and insurance papers
    • Spare keys to your house and car
    • Map of the area, a road map and a list of the phone numbers and addresses of possible safe houses.
    • Stock up on toiletries: (toilet) bucket, toilet paper, wet wipes, soap, detergent, sanitary towels, toothpaste, toothbrushes

    Important: Check every six months that your emergency kit is still complete and tenable.

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