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  1. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Reviews and other options to products like gloo_tube, lazerbrite, or krill. Need the marking ability of a chem light but for longer then twelve hours and not dependant on temperature.
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Ok, here's the thing. I have always been hesitant to store chem lights as they naturally lose potency so fast. Yes, the more expensive ones last longer, but I just don't like that there is nothing to be done. On the other hand, I have a chance to get a large number possibly free, and want to...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    This is the emergency lighting kit that I built for my family. This is designed for when the power goes down and is kept in the coat closet off the entry way. We also take it camping with us for lighting. About three years ago I went away from candles so that I did not have to worry about my...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I saw a thread here awhile ago talking about using lawn solar lights as lighting in emergency situations but now I can't find it. Anyone know? Thanks! :thumb:
  5. Vendor Deals
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  6. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    Just wanted to share the wealth with you folks. I don't know how many of you include 'chem-lites', light sticks, glow sticks or whatever you wish to call them in your preps. I would suggest you look at adding them. They are an excellent source of light, no heat, no flame and these have a 4 year...
  7. Urban Survival
    went down to a new years eve festival and the girlfriend bought me a cheap toy lightsaber, when i got home i turned it on to see how bright the thing was and it lite up my whole living room. thats a 10x10 room on one double a battery from a cheap flashlight. started thinking that they may come...
  8. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    On the last camping trip, Shonuff did something that impressed me. He took a chem light and hung it under the canopy covering his hammock. Bugs started coming around the light, so Shonuff threw the chem light on the ground a few feet from his hammock. This chem light provided some real...
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