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In case you forgot, Father’s Day is almost here (June 21st)! If you know a prepper father and want to get him something awesome this year, I have a few suggestions for you. (Note: All the items below are less than $50.)
1. Camp Chef Butane Stove
The Camp Chef Butane Stove is small, lightweight, and comes with a storage case. You can use it indoors and you can cook several meals with a single can of butane. This is a great thing to have during a blackout or in your vehicle.
2. Emergency Solar Air Lantern
The Survival Solar Air Lantern is an inflatable solar lamp that you can attach to your bug out bag so it can charge while you’re on the move. It lasts for up to 12 hours on a single charge and takes up very little space. Survival Frog is throwing in a “paracord grenade” for anyone who orders two lanterns.
3. Infinisun Solar Panel
The Infinisun Solar Panel is capable of charging smart phones, tablets, and other devices. It can even charge two things at once, and it’s small enough to store in your glove compartment or hang on your backpack. The most convenient way to keep devices charged if you’re hiking or bugging out.
4. Leatherman Sidekick Multi Tool
The Leatherman Sidekick Multi Tool is the best multi tool you can get for less than $50. It’s made of stainless steel, has 15 different tools, and can stand up to heavy use. The perfect tool to carry with you everywhere you go.
5. LifeStraw Go Water Bottle
With the LifeStraw Go Water Bottle, you can have fresh drinking water anywhere you go. Just scoop water from any source and drink it! The LifeStraw filters out 99.99% of waterborne bacteria and parasites, and it’s good for up 264 gallons. Great item to have in your vehicle or bug out bag.
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6. Paracord Cobra Survival Belt
With the Paracord Survival Belt, you can have over 128 feet of high-quality paracord on you at all times. This is a very convenient survival tool. And Peak 10 Publishing is throwing in a deck of survival playing cards for anyone who orders two belts.
7. Spyderco Tenacious Plain Edge Knife
With the Spyderco Tenacious Plain Edge Knife you get a lot of bang for your buck. This knife is easily just as good as similar knives that cost twice as much. It deploys fast, it has a good grip, and it has a very solid feel for a folding knife.