The ready-for-anything emergency preparedness kit.
We often don't think about having emergency plans until it's too late, but given the current environment, it's more important than ever to have a plan and the right equipment on hand in case something goes wrong. JUDY is helping you with that plan and equipment thanks to their emergency kits and products.
Why We Love Them
- Being prepared for the next emergency or disaster
- Tools, first aid, supplies, food and water – all in one place. Enough to survive the critical first 72 hours
- Choice of kit options – from The Starter to The Safe
The Science & The Soul
JUDY’s top-of-the-range option, The Safe, is described as “the world’s smartest emergency kit”, and certainly lives up to the billing, with 24 life-saving preparedness items – multitools, glow sticks, first aid kit, dust masks, hand warmers, a biohazard bag, meal replacement bars, emergency blankets and more – all within a bright orange waterproof box.
The 24/7 SMS text alerts and downloadable plans and guides make JUDY the world’s first digitally connected kit of its kind. And we love the cool hand-crank radio with a built-in flashlight and USB charge port (also bright orange so it can’t be missed if the power’s out).
Experts agree that, in any emergency, the first 72 hours are vital. The JUDY kit has been curated by top certified emergency managers and disaster response experts – resulting in a set of supplies across the 6 categories of warmth, safety, tools, first-aid, food and water which are vital to getting through those all-important 3 days. The JUDY assumes that, for 72 hours, there’s no access to running water and the electricity supply has failed. It’s not often that a few hundred bucks can make so much difference.
JUDY is about peace of mind. With a fully stocked emergency kit, we can get on with our regular lives, secure in the knowledge that, if disaster strikes, we’re no longer as vulnerable as we once were. Also JUDY is a great gift for loved ones, especially elderly relatives, who we might be unable to reach in person in the aftermath of an emergency.