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Tac-Bar Ready to Eat Survival Rations

Review Last Updated: January 28, 2020

Terry Daine
Product Review by Terry Daine

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the Tac-Bar Ready to Eat Survival Rations.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • 5 Year shelf life
  • Includes extra survival equipment
  • Includes survival tin that can be used for storage
  • Portable and compact

Cons

  • Sugar levels high (not suitable for diabetics)

Tac-Bar Ready to Eat Survival Rations Product Review

We know that humans can go only three days without water before shutting down, that’s why having a water source is the essential element to your survival story.

You should consider the Datrex emergency pouches that include purified water for immediate use. The sachets are lightweight and compact, and each sachet has a volume of 125ml.

For potential and distant emergencies, these pouches have a 5-year shelf life and guarantee a fresh and drinkable taste after five years.

To use, all you have to do is dispense from a pre-measured sachet, and its polymer-foil material makes for suitable use on land and sea where regular supplies of water are unavailable.

They are on the market sold as 12 pouches or 18 pouches, and available in a case of 64 or 128 bags. The variety of options entertains both lone rangers and large groups, taking on the unknown.

If you lack in water source and a water filtration system isn’t featured in your kit, you might want to acquire these pouches to bring ease to your overall survival circumstance.

On the market at an affordable price, we think these pouches will be worth your investment and will have you covered for the driest and warmest of climates.

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