CERT-KIT

Rite In The Rain CERT Kit

Rite In The Rain CERT Kit

Description

Community Emergency Response Team kit contains everything necessary in a portable package for emergency situations.

Features

  • CERT tagboard and field guide contain all necessary documents for emergency situations
  • Tactical pen writes on wet paper and upside down
  • Tan CORDURA fabric cover is durabe with a rugged zipper closer
List Price
$51.97
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$49.37
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The Rite in the Rain CERT kit contains everything necessary for emergency situations in a portable package. The CERT field operating guide will hold up regardless of the weather conditions. This 96 page 4 5/8" x 7" book has all the reference information needed to be prepared for any emergency response situation.

 

The CERT tagboard is a 48 page, 4 5/8" x 7" book that contains multiple copies of each of the standard CERT forms. Each page is pre-perforated for easy removal and printed on Rite in the Rain All-Weather Paper.

 

The 5 1/4"long metal All-Weather Pen writes on wet paper and upside down in temperatures from -30F to 250F. The ink won't leak, evaporate or blow up in a pocket.

 

The tough tan CORDURA fabric bound book cover will fit all of Rite in the Rain's 4 5/8" x 7" spiral notebooks, 4 5/8 in x 7 1/4 in field-flex books, pocket-sized, and regular sized bound books. It has a rugged zipper closure and holds up to 4 writing utensils.

Notable Specifications:
  • Size - 4 5/8" x 7"
  • Cover - No. C980 Cordura fabric cover
  • Weight - 0.75 lbs
What's Included:
  • (1) CERT field guide
  • (1) CERT tagboard
  • (1) Tactical pen (
  • 1) Cordura fabric cover
  • (1) Pencil
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Rite In The Rain CERT Kit CERT-KIT 573 guide, 571 tagboard, 97 pen, pencil, C980 cover
$49.37
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