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Danville’s high-volume regional power grids are antiques just waiting to fail bigtime.
Hopefully you’ve been paying attention, because this winter could easily be the worst in a very long time. In fact, there are some incredibly reliable factors pointing toward disaster:
It’s an uncomfortable reality, but one you can’t avoid: power grids in major population centers across Arkansas are on the brink of failure, and all it would take is one major snowstorm to push them over.
The time to pull out all the stops and take proactive measures to protect your family is right now.
Each Winter in Arkansas, brutal conditions have the capability to leave millions of people without power for days一and even weeks一on end. But even so, the vast majority do not have any kind of backup plan.
An outage in the middle of winter means that most families won’t be able to stay in their own homes for longer than a few hours. If the outage continues and they’re forced to evacuate, they get to make the bleak choice between expensive hotels, crowded urban shelters, and piling their entire family into a relative or friend’s home.
The best choice is clear. Your own home is safer, more comfortable, and more convenient. But you need the resources to make it a viable option.
It happens like clockwork every year: news breaks of a big storm on the way and everyone flocks to stock up on supplies at the same. Stores become chaos-zones and there’s only about a 10% chance you’ll find anything useful left if you manage to push through.
Don’t react alongside the masses. Be proactive. The time to prepare is right now.
If you’ve ever lived in a place where storms are frequent, you’ve no doubt heard the PSA urging you to stock up on food & water right before a big one.
But as anyone who’s lived through one of these “snowpocalypses” can tell you, there are a great many issues to deal with一not just food and water.
And remember, it’s entirely possible that things could stay like this for weeks or months while our desperate infrastructure tries to formulate a plan.
With so many factors pointing toward an extreme winter storm season, you can’t afford NOT to be brutally honest with your own preparedness. (Your family’s safety depends on it.)
And to be clear一this means fixing any gaps you find, not just being aware of them so you can kick yourself once it’s too late.
It’s the same standard I hold myself to, which is how I first discovered a crucial problem with my own plans. (My decades of experience with self-reliant living means that I’m probably better prepared than most, too.)
I found that . . .
If the storm was powerful enough to wipe out gas, transportation and power supply chains, my family would have absolutely NO long-term access to power.
And after extensively looking into all the available backup generator options, I realized that this was an unsolved problem for everybody, not just me. Throughout all my testing, I kept coming to these same conclusions . . .
It never needs gas is tougher than a Texas tick...
I didn’t want to be like those high-rise suit guys at the big companies. They design in a bubble. So I tested it. I put the PowerWhisperer through the wringer in every scenario I could imagine. And I went back to the engineer many times to tweak and add and take away.
All-in-all the project cost me well over $1 million.
Then, I sent it out to my community and had them do their own tests. I took the feedback and I created the PowerWhisperer M-Type.
I took every suggestion and piece of feedback and worked it into the final design, with all of these features...
The PowerWhisperer is not something to be put in your bug out kit or reserve cellar in case of the worst scenario and never to be used again. I built it to be THE MOST VERSATILE backup power source on the market.
And to make sure you get your money’s worth, I’ll send you (FREE) with your purchase my guide on 17 Different Uses for The PowerWhisperer.
For everything from bug out to tailgating, you’ll find yourself using the PowerWhisperer at least once a month in safe, ideal conditions and daily in inclement weather or survival scenarios. The PowerWhisperer will pay for itself several times over.
When you place your order for the PowerWhisperer M-Type now, you’ll receive...
If you order today, I’ll also offer FREE SHIPPING.
I’ve already told you my goal is to put a PowerWhisperer M-Type in all 200 million homes at risk for disasters this year. So for the snow season, I’ve ramped up production of the PowerWhisperer.
The retail value of this complete system is $3,997 but during the snowstorm season, I am offering a Preparedness Discount of 30% Off the Complete Disaster Survival System.
There’s a limited number of units set aside for the season and when they’re gone, I’ll go back to offering the system for full retail.
Immediately when your PowerWhisperer arrives, you can begin using it with no setup required. Weekend camping trip ready. Or try it out that night at the tailgate party. Everything you need is in the box. Additionally, you'll have the straightforward instruction guide and 17 Uses For the PowerWhisperer Guide for motivation.
I need you to put the PowerWhisperer under serious scrutiny. I’ve already told you my goal is to help as many people as possible stay protected this winter season. If you feel the PowerWhisperer won’t help you, I NEED to know. I want to see it tested in every environment possible.
With that said, everyone has different power and survival needs. Test it out in your home, with your family. Do this for the entire snow season and laugh in the face of every outage.
If within 6-months you find a better solution, I’ll be happy to refund your money minus a small restocking fee so I can inspect your unit and send it along. No doubt someone else will be waiting for your PowerWhisperer so they can be prepared.
You’ve already read about how much research I’ve done into backup power options. And if you’re anything like me, here’s what you’ll do next:
It’s too easy to bookmark this page and come back to it later. I get it. We’re planners. I don’t want you to have to explain to your family that you were “thinking about” investing in backup power that one time. That you were going to “budget for it.”
When it comes to disaster preparation there’s one thing I’ve learned -- there’s a huge difference between “planning” for a disaster and “preparing.” Everyone has a “plan” but when disaster strikes, it’s only those that are prepared that will survive it.
With the uncertainty of the weather forecasts, you simple don’t have time to wait.