b.rdy SAS chklst (EN)

B.RDY SAS kit for one, worst conditions, 30days


– polymer wire to tie everything piece by piece, zippers to tie stuff permanently, superglue gel 2-5pcs

– plastic sealed bags, survival vest & military grade backpack, with velcro pockets and enough 1”  belts, and maybe 2 carabins and a pot

– flashlight preferable  LiPol w LED,

– lens

– hunter knife & saw

– metalic net (good for insects and fishing)

– logictool survival card / gas lighter & a windproof one (has quartz)/flint and fibers, steel whool, Mg bar, 9v sealed battery/accu

– solid alcohol/emergency combustible, tin foil to cook/boil things

– 2 signaling mirrors (hole in the middle, with MORSE diagram on the back)

– signaling whistle

– sterile water 2l, carbon filter, chloramine/iodine, plastic bottles at least two/ziplock bags

– water gathering sponge (compressed and packed)

– iodided salt 50 g

– waterproof mini radio (or battery DISCONNECTED), 3m  CuAg wire,

– 10m steel grade wire, point pliers/cutters/milytary grade multitool

– honey, protein bars/pills, polyvitamins and CaMgD3 1kg, baby formula

– dermograf pen, steel ballpoint pen (useful with the bullets)

– wet wipers 4-5packs the water resistant reusable type

– antibacterial soap

– scisors, tampax

– medicinal coal


– betadine, steriles (pads, scalpels, 5ml syringes), steryle orthopedic gloves 7.5, superglue gel 2-5pcs

– disinfectant

– bandages

– filtering masks 2-5pcs, chemical grade

– shield glases, black ink pen

– oxacyline 2pacients*5 days*4 g= 50 g, maybe 100g would suffice

– HIN (rifampicyn) 1 blister

– AINS (metamisol 50 g, aceclofenac 10 g)

– 1 blist metoclopramid+10vials, serum, nospa, scobutil,

– controloc 60 cps

– bithermic blanket 2-5pcs

– packed gips splint


– crank battery charger

– solar battery charger

– waterproof Boonie hat

– whool thick blanket (plastic sealed)

– plastic survival manual (with MORSE code interpretation diagram)

– gloves and whool kagula

– gas mask war grade 2pcs

– bulletproof vest

– gun or at least bullets (very handy)

– submersible pen & paper

– radioemiter

– prepaid sattelite phone

– portable thermo camera

– notebook/laptop

Things you should have in your store:

– rice (can be eaten soaked for a couple of hours without boiling)

– honey

– dry AND canned beans (they have sterile salt water)

– dry fuits and seeds like figs, peanuts, flaxseed, musli

– baby formula

– gasoline, barbeque igniter

– dogfood/catfood they`re sealed, dry and rich in calcium, phosphor and proteine (although you don`t really want to know what`s it from)

– home made sweets, underbrush, rosehip (catina, macese)

– candles

– heavy duty garbage bags and duct tape


dr. Daniel Ganea

Medic de familie, Ecografie, Urgente