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Thursday, April 24, 2014

Pint Sized Power Giveaway

If you're a fan of Shark Tank, you'll recognize this as a product that was pitched a couple weeks back. Here's your chance to win one for yourself. And, that's not the only prize in the giveaway, with the battery bank, too. The giveaway runs through 5/9 and is open to continental US residents. Good luck.
Enter the Pint Sized Power Giveaway for a PowerPot and Battery Bank. Ends 5/20.
Prize:
The PowerPot V
Lithium 4400 Battery Bank
ARV $220

Hosted by:
A Ladybug on the Go (A.L.L. Review)
and 
Make Our Own Network

The PowerPot combines the benefits of a lightweight cooking pot and an off-grid power charger so you can cook a meal while charging your gadgets. Power any off-grid adventure while heating up a meal on a backpacking stove or sitting around the campfire.

**If you are a company and would like to see your brand advertised in a M.O.O.N. event similar to this please contact MakeOurOwnNetwork@gmail.com
This giveaway is open to the Continental US only (because of shipping costs) and will end on May 9th, 2014.
"Make Our Own Network" solely organized this event and I received no compensation for this publication. My opinions are 100% my own and may differ from your own or even those stated in this post.  This event is in accordance with the FTC’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising" and is in no way associated with any of the social media it is viewed/shared/located on.  The sponsor is responsible for prize shipment and not this blog or any bloggers involved in the promotion.  

51 comments:

  1. I take a trip to liquor store! HA, but in all seriousness, I take a trip to the camping section of walmart, deceptively useful stuff!

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  2. We're in South Texas, so we can't go anywhere without bug spray and sunblock. These days we always have to make sure we have extra batteries and stuff.

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  3. Do lot's of research about the area and bring emergency kit ( just in case)

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  4. I would bring my husband a long. His knowledge is so much better then mine when it comes to anything outdoors.

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  5. I make comprehensive lists and organize everything in ziplock baggies. Forgetting something important (like sunscreen, matches or toilet paper- eek!!!) can make a trip miserable.

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  6. I'm not prepared for an emergency nor do I go on wild excursions, but my boyfriend does. He goes on 'boys only' camping trips. To prepare for those he makes sure he's got his tent, sleeping bag, hammock, fishing equipment, and plenty of beer. This would be a great addition for him

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  7. For an emergency we have bottled water (distilled because then we can use it for pretty much anything like cleaning out eyes), we have our cat carriers out in the open just in case we need to leave with them quickly...other than that we really need to get a backpack or something together to just pick up and go that would be good for all 3 of us and 2 cats. I have been meaning to start something but havent gotten to it yet.

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  8. My dad always took us camping when we were kids he taught us how to start and tend a fire and clean and gut a fish etc... I'm sure I wouldn't prepare for any trip or emergency without picking him up first so he could "take care" of everything with me. (read: for me)

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  9. We stock plenty of bottled water, blankets, bug spray, sunscreen, beef jerky and canned foods.

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  10. We keep a "go to" kit handy that has most of the essentials we would likely need for a disaster. Around here, we're heading into tornado season.

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  11. When we lived in California, we used to have a earthquake kit packed for each member of the family. We no longer do that since we live in Maryland now.

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  12. We have a storm shelter under our home. We keep water, radio and batteries there. We often have strong winds and an occasional tornado.

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  13. We prepare for an excursion by buying and organizing everything ahead of time, like going away for the weekend so when we come home from work, off we go.

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  14. I never went camping...but if I did I would let someone know my whereabouts and checked in with them daily as backup.

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  15. I have an emergency stock of thing I would need in our bedroom closet and under the small small bathroom sink. However it isn't quite complete so still working on it.

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  16. we have a small shelter stocked with supplies.

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  17. Food and water and a way of staying warm

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  18. it depends how wild! with three kids we def bring water! sometimes too much! with daddy survival man we should be good he has his fire starter and knife!

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  19. I do research on the area...bring food, water, matches, etc.

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  20. I am older so would not do well in the wilds. But if need to go into the wild I would make sure I packed all my medications, water and food. I would also take my son who is able to survive in the wilds.

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  21. Since we live in earthquake SoCal, I have taken CERT classes and keep lots of water and nonperishable food unhand,pet food, first aid supplies, batteries, camping supplies in an easy to reach area even if the house fell down.

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  22. I haven't gone camping yet. I would bring a sleeping bag, some perishables, a flashlight, and a way to communicate with the outside world.

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  23. We always bring first aid kit and water

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  24. i always bring my compass and extra water

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  25. I use battery powered radio for information.

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  26. we keep flashlights stocked with fresh batteries.

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  27. I always make sure that I have extra water and my flashlight that has a compass and matches.

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  28. To charge my wife's phone while I cook her noodles so that she can continue to use Facebook :)

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  29. Cook up some ramen and charge my headlamp batteries.

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  30. I usually carry a water filter, purification tablets, a lighter & a good knife.

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  31. I have flashlights in every room and an emergency cat kit in his carrier.

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  32. We make sure we have plenty of water.

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  33. I would make sure there was a warm sleeping bag, non perishable foods, a walkie talkie radio and water before I even left

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  34. I make sure we have lots of water, gas for the generator and back up food

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  35. lots of bottled water and canned goods on hand. And when there's weather in the forecast that could knock out power, i freeze large bottles of water as far in advance as possible. Keeps the freezer foods nice and cold

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  36. First aid kit, drinks and snacks.

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  37. been camping my whole adult life we bring 20 Gallons of water, pots pans, utensils etc. I have cooked gourmet meals over an open fire ! Even a cake! This would be a tremendous addition to our family camping gear! Thanks for the chance!

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  38. My friends and I go on camping adventures at least a couple of times a month. We try to be prepared for any eventuality by making sure that we have plenty of food, first aid supplies, and an action plan in case of emergency.

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  39. I am rarely prepared for anything. One thing I would make sure I had was a lighter and bug spray I hate bugs

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  40. its all about advanced knowledge and planning- making sure you have the right supplies and a plan. for instance we have an emergency duffel with supplies.
    - maya hu xomygive@gmail.com

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  41. A backpack with bottled water, energy bars, a flashlight w/extra batteries, a blanket and a lighter.

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  42. We try to be prepared. We keep a supply of candles and flashlights with batteries, jugs of water and nonperishable foods. We have an evacuation plan.

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  43. we stock up and get prepared.water,food,candles,flash lights,batteries,games,etc

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  44. Wow, had never even contemplated combining these two..but totally makes sense. My sons is off for an adventure, and if he ate hot food,,,I'd be a happy momma

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  45. Whenever the family is going on a trip to an unknown place we always try to get a map to find a meeting place,we discuss what to do in dangerous situations and always carry a fully stocked first aid kit.

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  46. We prepare for hurricanes annually by buying batteries, water, things we can eat by opening a can, etc. I have recently started gathering things for the zombie apocalypse, including fire starters and books about wild grown food.

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  47. I don't do outdoor excursions this is strictly for hurricane readiness i live in Florida

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  48. I usually get ready for outdoor excursions by checking the weather, creating a checklist, and getting everything ready a day or few a head atime that way I don't have to worry about forgetting something.

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  49. Thanks for the giveaway…we take precautions such as leaving an itinerary with family & park rangers; a basic first aid kit; suitable food & clothing; basic survival tools, etc.
    Rafflecopter: Bryan E.

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