Wednesday, July 6, 2016
SurvivalBoxes.com Subscription Box #5 - Unboxing
Today Luke and Susan doing an Unboxing of the SurvivalBoxes.com Subscription Box. This is box #5. Will it be good or will there be some major issues? Grab a cup of coffee and lets see what's inside.
LINK : http://survivalboxes.com
SURVIVAL BOXES are packed with items from the survival elements of Gear, Food, and Water. Plus Survival Garden Seeds!
Every month you will receive:
• Survival Gear - (2-5 survival items or 1 major one)
• Survival Food - 25-year shelf life storable meals and foods (Different entree & food varieties every month)
- 24 hours/1 Day supply of 25-year storable food in every box
***Minimum of 8 servings/2000 Calories in every box***
• Survival Water - Emergency water & water purification
• Survival Seeds - Storable Non-GMO Heirloom seeds (3 varieties per month that will produce renewable food in your survival garden)
• Survival Knowledge Cards - Survival Tips and Instruction
Cost : $39.99 monthly
prepay for 3 months : $116.97
Prepay 6 months : $227.94
Prepay 12 months : $443.88
Shipping : $9.95
Monthly Box :
Boxes will ship around the 7th
Awesome Money Back Guarantee :
Cancel or skip a box anytime! No questions and no hassle! If you are not 100% satisfied with your Survival Box, just send it back.
Survival Food :
The company also has a survival box of food supplies which include storable food along with seeds.
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I agree about the box. I'm a big fan of Chinese products as they come up with some great stuff at a competitive price. I know a Chinese product when I see one. However, there is a certain part of the American customer base that doesn't shop the Internet and would be delighted to receive a paracord bracelet that has no functional application. If Survival Box has tapped into that market I say good for them. I'll pass though.ReplyDelete
I think I could do better buying gear and food then these guys.ReplyDelete
It looks like they are selling rudimentary camping gear and food at premium prices.
I don't see the point of paying $50 a month for things that can be bought for less and with higher quality.