Today’s recommended prepper purchase: RADSticker
The RADSticker is a peel & stick, postage stamp sized, instant color developing dosimeter, is always ready and with you 24/7, attached to the back of your drivers license or anything you keep close, for any radiation emergency. RADSticker, a stockpile-able personal casualty dosimeter provides wearers (public, medical personnel and law enforcement personnel) timely personal radiation exposure information in an event of an accident at a nuclear power plant or a nuclear or dirty bomb explosion.
The objective of this low cost RADSticker is to quickly determine need for medical treatment and minimize the panic. RADSticker has a sensor (a rectangle strip between the color bars) with 25, 50 and 100 rad bars on its bottom and 200, 400 and 1,000 rad bars on its top for triaging information and medical treatment in emergencies. When exposed to radiation, the sensor of RADSticker develops color instantly. The color changes are permanent, cumulative and proportional to dose. RADSticker is made under U.S. Patents #7,227,158; 7,476,874 and others. The technology was developed with multimillion dollar funding from several U.S. agencies, such as DHS, DOD, DOJ, DOS, DHHS and TSWG and was field tested by the DHS with 800 first responders in the states of NJ, NY and IL.
Each order includes an instruction sheet showing how to use RADStickers.