Video of the Week: Husky Storage/Organizer Bin

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I am constantly trying to get organized and I think the case shown in this video would be a great way to store some supplies  – especially in a vehicle.

 

Husky Storage/Organizer Bin

 


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  1. It’s the Husky Deep Pro Organizer, available from the website at $14.97, and free shipping with a $45 order. Nice, and good for so many uses. I’m super nit-picky and detail-oriented, and if you are also, this would be good to organize fishing stuff, meds, etc.

  2. I strongly dislike plastic containers. When cold many break and shatter. Latches and hinges are often substandard on plastic containers as well. STOMP or US Army cube medical bags are wonderful and can be easily equipped for penetrating and crushing trauma injuries and other life ending SHTF conditions. Panhandle Rancher

  3. Panhandler Rancher
    Dear Sir:
    Yes, I concur plastic has a shorter shelf life, but where can someone in North Florida acquire GOOD surplus items? I live near Gainesville, FL.

  4. Gary, have a look at Cheaper than Dirt, JRH Enterprises, Camping Survival, military.com, and Coleman’s surplus. Have a look at ITS TACTICAL blog for their excellent IFAK. I buy medical equipment from Alimed. Wife is a RN and daughter is starting residency. Rourk can pass on specific medical equipment requests on to me and perhaps I can make a suggestion. These are but a few online providers. I have a mountain retreat far from civilization and those orders that must come FedEx or UPS are sent to the regional distribution warehouses for my pickup. The ones in this area usually telephone me when a package arrives looking for directions. I just tell them that I’ll be by to pick it up. I like this method especially if ordering food from Emergency Essentials or the like where the packaging gives away the product identity. I’d rather not have the drivers or postman knowing what I’m receiving. The internet is the only way to shop for diverse survival related products and don’t forget Amazon.
    Panhandle Rancher

  5. I have found great pricing and availability at chinookmed.com They have military/LE/EMS quality kits, bags and supplies for whatever you want. rescue-essentials.com is also a good place for medical supplies. both outfits are solid quality organizations that answer the phone if you call with questions and things com promptly and well packed. No, I don’t have any affiliation, just a satisfied customer who appreciates working with good solid companies. If anyone works for a hospital, talk to your supply guy about outdated stuff. I’ve never really seen why gauze, tape etc. go out of date, but they have dates. Just sayin’

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