There's a month left of hurricane season, and one thing that is a must in your kit is a light. In this Hurricane Gear Test, Meteorologist John Dawson has an LED lantern that is rechargeable and can also charge your phone.
For those who are considering solar charges in your hurricane preparedness plans, FOX 26's Meteorologist John Dawson has a portable option to show.
A heavy duty cutting device, like a hatchet or machete, is sometimes needed after hurricane landfall. That's why you may want to consider an outdoor cutting tool for your hurricane kit. Meteorologist John Dawson has one today that is compact but can still take care of some big jobs.
FOX 26's John Dawson takes a look at a portable propane cooker "The Original Firedisc" in this Hurricane Gear Test.
When the power goes out, have you ever wondered if there was a way to use your car to power some of those things you have inside your home? In today's Hurricane Gear Test, Meteorologist John Dawson has found a device that can do just that.
When disaster strikes, it might be a good idea for each family member to have their own survival kit, including your pet. FOX 26 Meteorologist John Dawson takes a look at Emergency Zone's Small Dog Basic Emergency Survival Kit for your pups.
You've got to have a light and your hurricane kit and a lantern can be a great addition. And in this Hurricane Gear Test, FOX 26 Meteorologist John Dawson shows us one that takes area lighting to a whole new level.
You know your hurricane kits must include the basics like food and water, but it can be challenging to keep a lot of clean water on hand. Meteorologist John Dawson shows us an easy way to store a bathtub full of water in this Hurricane Gear Test.
Losing power during a hurricane makes a scary situation worse. In this Hurricane Gear Test, FOX 26 Meteorologist John Dawson has an emergency kit that will be ready for hurricanes or any time the electricity is knocked out: BodyGuardz 5-in-1 Portable Emergency Hub.
As we hit peak hurricane season, it's a good time to take a look at your gear and supplies to make sure you're ready should a storm hit.
Severe weather can knock out power at any time. After February's big freeze, many of us are considering a generator in our emergency plans. In this Hurricane Gear Test, Meteorologist John Dawson reminds us there is a lot to consider before making that purchase.
When a hurricane makes landfall, many can expect a loss of electricity. That's one of the reasons you need a battery-powered light in your emergency supplies. In today's hurricane gear test. FOX 26 Meteorologist John Dawson reminds us there are a lot of options for a light source.
If you have not included a first aid kit into your hurricane plans, you are missing a key part of emergency preparedness. But you're in luck, in this Hurricane Gear Test, Meteorologist John Dawson show us the Adventure Medical Kit Sportsman 300.
Hopefully, you have your hurricane gear kit ready to go this season. Make sure food and water are among your top priorities. FOX 26 Meteorologist John Dawson takes a look at a simple product that can deliver you a hot meal.
Since FOX 26 Meteorologist John Dawson is really a kid at heart, it makes sense that he is so excited about today's Hurricane Gear Test. He has a go-bag that has all of the necessary emergency supplies. But it is also packed with some fun.
Your hurricane plans should assume you will see a loss in power, but we all know that the lights can really go out at any time. FOX 26 Meteorologist John Dawson takes a look at a multi-purpose power bank in this Hurricane Gear Test.
If you live near the gulf coast, you need a hurricane kit. You can build it yourself or look for something prebuilt. On today's hurricane gear test, meteorologist John Dawson reminds us that those kits can come in many different shapes and sizes.
It seems like we all rely on our cell phones to keep us connected. But what happens if the cell towers get damaged and stop working after a hurricane landfall? FOX 26 Meteorologist John Dawson shows us a device that uses satellites to help keep you connected.
The ReadyWise Ultimate 3-Day Emergency Survival Backpack is filled with 30 servings of emergency food along with a first aid kit, multipurpose flashlight, rechargeable lantern, water filtration bottle, cooking essentials, and much more.
If we ever were to experience a days-long power outage, you would need something to keep your phone charged so you can stay connected. FOX 26 Meteorologist John Dawson takes a look at the Rocksolar Adventurer Portable Power Station.