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Ready Hour Emergency Water Pouch Case (64 pouches)

(7 customer reviews)


Plastic water bottles are a petri dish of mold, bacteria, and chemicals. Ready Hour Emergency Water Pouches keep your water clean with four puncture-resistant layers of protection.

It’s why they have a FIVE-YEAR SHELF LIFE.

Reverse-Osmosis Filtration

Water is filtered multiple times through reverse-osmosis purification. This process clears out bacteria, viruses, and chemicals down to the microscopic level.

Fit GALLONS of Water into Your Bug-Out Bag

Each pouch is nearly flat, six inches long, and easy to squeeze into tight spaces. Now you can fit GALLONS of water into your bug-out bag!

More Water, Less Leakage

We all know water bottles leak once they’re opened.

Ready Hour Emergency Drinking Water come in SINGLE-USE pouches that reduce spillage and conserve water in emergencies.


  • 4.227 fl oz Water Per Pouch
  • 6” x 4” x 1/2” Per Individual Pouch
  • 64 Pouches in a Case
  • Case Total Volume: 279 oz (2 gal)


2x the Shelf Life. 3x More Protection!

7 reviews for Ready Hour Emergency Water Pouch Case (64 pouches)

  1. Dominic (verified owner)

    this water taste so good like you were drinking from the alps water in the mountains. crisp, fresh and clean. i definitely recommend this product!? All unalienable and inalienable liberties and rights retained at all times and all points in time nunq pro tunq non-subject UCc1-308 private transmission.

  2. Robert (verified owner)

    This is filtered water in a polymer foil pouch. Each pouch contains 4.227 fluid ounces. According to their web site they have approval from the USCG, Canadian Coast Guard, EC and NZ. This water has been filtered and filled at FDA certified facilities. The web site says it will stay fresh for 5 years in even the harshest environments. I wanted a way to safely store water in my car. I had heard about the controversy surrounding plastic water bottles, heat from the car, and breast cancer. Don’t know if it’s true, but it was a risk I did not want to take. I thought of storing bottled water from the grocery store or storing water in glass jars. The fact that the bottles have to be rotated more than I wanted to rotate them made this not an option for me. I might remember my car, but would also have to remember my husband’s. Summers where I live soar into the 100 degress. Inside the car is hotter. I needed to store water safely in the car for an emergency. I learned about Datrex. It was a solution to my problems. Each pouch is for one use. The top of the pouch is supposed to rip to open. The pouches I recieved had a tiny hole punched through the area you were supposed to rip, making it easier to open. This hole did not help ripping it open. Photo of the tiny hole on the pouch is enclosed. I had to open the pouch with a pair of scissors. It is advertised as 72 hours worth of water, because this company thinks you shouldn’t drink water the first 24 hours of an emergency unless you are sick or injured. This is actually printed on the back of the pouch. Don’t know about you, but that is not how I am going to operate in an emergency. Since this product met all of my criteria I was afraid it would taste horrible. Before I tasted it I told myself. “It doesn’t matter how it tastes if it saves your life.” After cutting the dark area marked for opening of the packet off with a pair of scissors I felt that the water did not come out that easily. I cut the opening larger. Walked into the bathroom so I could spit it out. No need to spit it out. Shock of all shocks, the water tastes good! So glad I found this product. I carry it in my car along with Mainstay Emergency Rations. Both products are made to withstand harsh environments.

  3. Riley (verified owner)

    I love these! They are much lighter in weight than those that came with my emergency “go” bag. I view of the recent events I felt compelled to look at my emergency bags and my waters were expired by some years. Good to check and have on hand!

  4. Nicholas (verified owner)

    You know something is wrong when Amazon delivers a soggy box to your door on a 90-degree day. One pouch was leaking near the bottom seam and so everything was wet! Other than that, the product is as expected.

  5. Alan (verified owner)

    I received my water today but one of the water packages had holes in it. So the box it was shipped in was wet along with the ink I purchased.

  6. Leo (verified owner)

    The product arrived kind of beat up and soaking wet. One package had broken open in transit but the other water packets were intact.

  7. David (verified owner)

    Very glad to receive this package in the mail today, though it did come a little bit wet! Looks like only one of the pouches burst, thankfully, during transit. Very glad to have these for my get home and bug out bags. It’s a nice peace of mind.

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