She has been making these great survival kits for about 10 years now. They come in three sizes that I know of: glovebox, car and home. Since I can't seem to hang onto one of the glovebox kits long enough to do a review, I figured I'd start with the next size up, which is the car kit.
This is the one from my truck, given to me by my sister. The car kit contains a few larger items not found in the glovebox kit, such as emergency blanket, poncho, tarp, bar of soap and 60 feet of rope. This one has an upgraded flashlight, which would make it a $75 kit before shipping.
I also keep a few spare items (not pictured) in my personal kit, such as extra AAA batteries.
Her philosophy behind the kits is that in an emergency, you want everything readily accessible and clearly readable. It's the not the time you want to be fumbling around. So, she has neatly arranged everything and broken some items down to sub-kits.
There's a fix-it kit, a first aid kit and a water purification kit. Each kit is clearly labeled and easy to get to inside the larger kit. There's also a separately packaged eyeglass kit. With the magnifying glass on the eyeglass kit, that makes 3 ways to start a fire.
|It comes in a zippered case with a LED carabiner, Sharpie & ballpoint pens clipped to the case|
|It's a pretty big kit. I hope I can figure out how to put it all back so it fits in the case!|
|It's got 60 feet of decent rope, and pictured here is the upgraded flashlight, a Fenix E01|
|Pictured here, the three "sub-kits", a fix-it kit, first aid and water purify/carry kit|
|Back view of sub-kits. She really has great attention to detail|
|Tools and flag shown with tarp, poncho, hand warmers and Sharpie pen. This kit has Fenix E01 bomb-proof flashlight|
|Eyeglass kit, emergency blanket, bar of soap and pack of tissues|
|She's the only one I know who puts condoms in survival kits, but hey, that counts as an emergency, right?|
|Tools are very high quality for cheap knock-offs. Knife on multi-tool is razor sharp!|
|She only puts decent tools in her kits|
|Tea lights and book of matches shown with manifest|
|Page one of the kit packing list|
|I got most of it to fit in my otter box ... with a few upgrades from Spyderco, Leatherman and Fenix!|
|Spyderco Ladybug shown with its knock-off from the car survival kit. The knife the from the kit is actually decent|
|High end tool upgrades, from left: Leatherman Squirt PS4 multi-tool, Fenix LD01 flashlight and Spyderco Dragonfly knife|