Survival prepping for some has become a fad, but for some it’s serious business and making sure you have the right products could mean life or death if the SHTF. Due to the large influx of product competition prices have become lower for gear like solar panels and water filters. Still, sorting through tons of products can be difficult for a new preppers that are looking a good bang for their buck on survival gear.
Survival prepping has become something of a fad. In some ways this is good, as many entrepreneurs are looking to capitalize on the survivalist market. This means there is more competition which results in the manufacture of quality survival gear at lower prices. Yet it can be hard for the serious survival prepper to sort through the shear mass of items available.
Foursevens recently sent me out two new flashlights to review, one being the Foursevens PK Knight compact LED flashlight. Weighing at only 0.9 grams, this light makes a perfect accessory to your EDC kits. Its brightness at 450 lumens makes it the brightest single battery light that Foursevens manufactures.
You’ve got your bug-out bag ready to go. Your car is well stocked with emergency survival gear. Your home has a variety of solar powered gadgets in case the electric or gas goes. But are you really prepared to survive outdoors in middle of January? Winter is coming, and you never know what might happen. Be prepared with a good winter survival kit.
If you’re looking for an advanced tactical bag, you should check out the following review of the Source Tactical Double D 45L Hydration Cargo Pack. The price point on this pack is elevated, but for good reason. Made from 500d Cordura Fabric, the pack is a very solid option for your bug out bag equipped with hydration capabilities.
Whether a local storm knocks out the power in your home for a few hours or a massive disaster shuts down the grid for month, solar powered gadgets will help you make it through. It is important to have a plan for providing light, heat and food preservation to your family when the electric goes down. Yet it could be just as critical to have power for a radio or to charge a cell phone.
I had the pleasure of reviewing the Prepare-1 Mini Pack First Aid Kit which is distributed by helpprepare.me. Prepare-1 specializes in first aid supplies and preparedness kits which include food supplies, emergency water filters and more. They do all the work in researching what they feel are the best emergency supplies and putting them all together in one kit.
Survival prepping is serious work. There are so many things to think about. After all, the whole point is to be prepared for absolutely anything. This is a list of survival tools that are essential to have on hand but are often passed over or simply forgotten.
When it comes to survival or regular every day living, clean water is the key to it all. In a survival situation it can be extremely tempting to take a drink of the first pool of water we see, but we all know that is probably a recipe for disaster. A water filtration device is absolutely necessary, but with so many on the market, how do you know which one to buy? In this article I will compare and contrast three very popular personal water filtration devices and you can decide which one to purchase for your survival needs.
Thanks to Sarma Custom Made I was able to review their EDC bag – the Torba-Mini. We all need a small EDC (every day carry) pack to throw in our cars with vital essentials for basic survival. It may be first aid kits, self defense mechanisms, water filters and food. Whatever the contents, this EDC pack will handle it. I’ll start with that it’s custom made by hand. Every part of the bag is made with quality materials starting with the Cordura fabric.