Outdoor Uses

Block of Ice
  • Frozen WaterBricks can be placed in the refridgerator or ice chest to extend the life of perishable foods or medications in case of a power outage.
  • When they melt, unlike ice, you’ll have a fresh clean supply of emergency water on hand

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Camping
  • WaterBricks are great for camping and due to their portability and durability.
  • In addition, their air tight sealing lid and HDPE plastic construction conceals food odors thus minimizing animal intrusions.

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Hunting Blinds


  • Whether temporary or permanent, WaterBricks can easily anchor into the ground and are easily moved
  • Just spray paint or add moss to easily camoflague WaterBricks

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Trombe Wall
  • Use WaterBricks to distribute and release heat into your homes over a period of hours
  • It is the most common indirect heat-gain approach used in the market today.

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Military Sand Bag
  • Filled completely with sand or pea gravel, WaterBricks went under a live-fire ballistics test and were successful in all tests, effectively stopping each of the full metal jacket military rounds and preventing penetration of the backside wall of the brick
  • Also, WaterBrick has been dubbed the 21st century ammo can


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Boating or Rafting
  • Use WaterBricks for your next boating trip and enjoy the durability of a water container that can survive your next adventure.
  • WaterBricks feature an air tight sealing lid and are made out of a durable and safe HDPE plastic construction.

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Tailgating Parties


  • Fill with beer, wine, or any other beverage for outdoor tailgating events.
  • The WaterBrick spigot makes it easy to pour out beverages

Parapet Walls or Bunkers


  • Paintball or Air soft courses – easy to change from one day to another to add new challenged for advanced groups
  • Military – can airdrop into combat zones to deliver needed supplies but reuse for bunkers

These are just some of our ideas for outdoor uses.