The SurvivalKey

Survival Key product review

Survival Key product review

The SurvivalKey

After downloading the SURVIVALKEY tool, I was eager to dig right into the core of this “living library”! At first I was a little lost, there were over 20 major categories of information, and as I opened the categories I saw that each one was broken down into various subcategories – there are hundreds of documents in each category! In typical male fashion, I hadn’t opened the “SURVIVALKEY Overview – Start Here” folder – TRUST me, start there first. This is an amazing tool, and reading that overview will help you know how to get the most out of it.

First thing you will be asked to do is complete the “Disaster Preparedness Assessment” which will help you evaluate your level of preparedness (or lack thereof) in 12 core categories. From there you fill out your personal “Disaster Master Plan.” Your plan will serve as a guide and data record for each of your family members, letting them know how to act, where to go, and what to do, in any emergency situation. I’m wondering how I ever managed without it. After that, the floodgates can be opened to more than 24 gigabytes of the most complete preparedness library I have ever seen.
The SURVIVALKEY includes:
•    Hundreds of How-to Videos
•    Over 200 Medical Books, Manuals & Reference Resources
•    3,000 Plus Documents, Maps, Charts, Diagrams & Tables
•    Over 50 Books & Manuals (Valued at Over $1000)
•    Documents Outlining the Absolute Essentials for Every Disaster Scenario
•    Fully Customizable & Comprehensive Survival Plans
•    Installable on up to 4 devices – Mac or PCs, Laptops and Flash Drives
•    OFFLINE Data Access for 100% of the Content
•    Mac and PC Versions Available – Tablet Versions Coming Soon
The SURVIVALKEY is the mother-load of critical information you better have. One of the best features about the SURVIVALKEY is the fact once you download all this information to your computer, it’s accessible 24/7 without having to access the Internet. The SURVIVALKEY library is constantly being updated for accuracy, which also means it’s constantly growing in size. And no, you don’t have to pay extra for the updates – those are free for one year when you purchase. All you have to do is hit the “Update” button to download the latest and greatest in disaster preparedness.
In the library you can find answers to questions like, “how do I purify water?”, “what do I need to make a water filter?”, and “how can I find water in the desert?”  You can also read about other critical topics like essential medications you must have on hand, how make a fish net and clean your catch, keeping your food storage safe, determining which plants you can eat in the wild, picking out the perfect survival knife, reloading your own ammunition, constructing shelters… and the list goes on and on! It’s everything you would need to know if a disaster were to hit! It would take you months to go through the Internet and find all of this information on your own, but with the SURVIVALKEY it is right there at your fingertips.
Regardless of whether you are just getting started, or you’re waiting to be featured on Doomsday Preppers, the SURVIVALKEY can help you get better prepared. Also, although this tool is best used before a disaster strikes, it can also be used during and after a disaster. It has information on returning to your home after a flood, how to seek government assistance, tips for working with your insurance company when you file a claim, and much more.
At $49.99 this is a real deal, and well worth the money spent – buy it now while it’s on sale! You could spend the same amount on just one “Survival Book” and only have a fraction of the information the SURVIVALKEY gives you. I especially like the option to buy a flash drive that is big enough to hold everything that you download, meaning that you can take it with you wherever you go. The EMP capsule to keep your flash drive in is also a really cool option – SURVIVALKEY has got you covered.
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