WaterBrick 1833-0001 Stackable Emergency Water and Food Storage Container, 3.5 gal of Liquid, 27 lb of Dry Food Products, Blue

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WaterBrick 1833-0001 Stackable Emergency Water and Food Storage Container, 3.5 gal of Liquid, 27 lb of Dry Food Products, Blue

Product Details

  • Amazon.com Sold on
  • B0053GVRWQ Amazon ASIN
  • WaterBrick Brand
  • 1833-0001 Model Number
  • Categories

    Storage & Organization, Food Storage & Organization Sets, Outdoor Recreation, Kitchen & Dining, Home & Kitchen, Camping & Hiking, Food Storage, Sports & Outdoors

Reddit Reviews and Recommendations

  • 6 Reviews
  • April 30, 2018 Last Review Date
  • Oct. 5, 2014 First Seen Review Date
  • 1 Reviewed on Subreddits

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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit

Vert long term Water storage advice. [R]

1 year, 5 months agoSilverflash22 posted submission on preppers.
April 30, 2018

Sorry, this is my first post on r/preppers.I have several closed bottles of water, id like to store them for a very very long time possibly 10years if possible. I just bought a water brick. How could I store this water for a very long time? Thank you

Water storage and rotation [R]

2 years, 1 month agoryanmercer posted submission on preppers.
Sept. 6, 2017

Are 18.l water cooler chugs acceptable for long term storage or will the BPA eventually leach into the water? What about 4l juice containers? Whats the best container to store water?

Also how often should I rotate the water? It'll be kept in a cool dark place if that helps.

2 years, 1 month agoryanmercer posted on preppers.
Sept. 6, 2017

>Whats the best container to store water?

A water container. I like these https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0053GVRWQ

Here's a compatible spigot https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008MB3IXU

Review of the best two week emergency water storage containers [R]

2 years, 1 month agoryanmercer posted submission on preppers.
Aug. 26, 2017

We spent a bit of time researching and testing some of the common short term portable water containers. Great for people starting out and trying to cover the basics.

You should have a minimum of 15 gallons per person stored and ready to use in your home. We suggest storing it in smaller portable containers, but not in things like milk jugs.

Full review and tips on emergency water storage

The best container for most people is the Reliance Rhino 5.5 gallon. It's the toughest of the $15-25 class. Although with inventory shortages right now we're seeing prices up to $35 a can - not worth it at that level.

The best overall container is the Scepter / LCI US Gov Issue 5.2 gallon Military Water Canister for about $50. Super tough and designed well. We also liked the extra $25 spigot hose accessory.

Big losers were the Saratoga 5 gallon stackables and the Reliance Desert Patrol. WaterBricks are ok for space efficiency and the Reliance Aqua-Tainer is the best budget option, but not very durable. The $20 Scepter 5 gal can was nice but the spigot wasn't right for this use.

Hope it's helpful!

2 years, 1 month agoryanmercer posted on preppers.
Aug. 28, 2017

> I think it’s easier to move multiple 24 packs or smaller containers of water than a heavy barrel of water

Annnnd that's why I buy 3.5 gallon bricks

Best ultra-long term water storage [R]

2 years, 2 months agoryanmercer posted submission on preppers.
July 28, 2017

I know that there are lots of different options for purifying/collecting water, but for someone who wanted to store large amounts of water (say 20 5 gallon jugs) that would need minimal maintenance, what would be the best option? This would be for storage at my primary location.

2 years, 2 months agoryanmercer posted on preppers.
July 28, 2017

>(say 20 5 gallon jugs)

First I'd buy something like these https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0053GVRWQ as they are stackable and I just like them.

Then, I'd add the appropriate amount of calcium hypochlorite to each one, fill them up and seal them. Write down the date and leave it with the water. Keep a filter nearby too, when you need the water run it through the filter for peace of mind and then aerate it for taste.

What prep - could be a thing, a contact, a skill, whatever - are you most proud of having taken care of? [R]

2 years, 3 months agoryanmercer posted submission on preppers.
June 23, 2017
2 years, 3 months agoryanmercer posted on preppers.
June 27, 2017

> but can't given my current circumstances.

Just start with a few flats of bottled water from the grocery. Here I can get a couple dozen 16.8oz bottles for 3$. Or start with one of these https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0053GVRWQ

Water storage from fridge [R]

5 years agoOct. 4, 2014

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