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    Must Have Survival Gadgets

    Whether you’re a die-hard survivalist at heart, someone that enjoys camping in the great outdoors, or just someone that wants to create a survival kit in the event of a disaster, then you’ll want to get in on the action and learn about the latest and greatest gadgets in the survival market. Every day it seems that companies come out with more and more brilliant survival technologies and gadgets that a survivalist just shouldn't live without.


    Garmin Oregon

    If you’re lost in the woods after dark, camping out or the power is out, then you’re going to need some light so you can see what you’re doing and where you’re going. Here are some ideas that will illuminate things and help you find your way:

    The Arka USB Charger/Lantern/Flashlight:  The Arka combines three pieces of survival technologies into one great little gadget.  With the Arka, you can illuminate your camping area using it as a lantern, light your way while you adventure in the woods using it as a flashlight or charge up your cell phone with the built-in USB charger. On its highest setting, the Arka will shine as bright as 180 lumens for up to 6-8 hours. But if you lower it to the lowest setting, it will last as long as 50 hours.

    The 60-Day LED Lantern:  The 60-day LED lantern is a waterproof, multi-purpose lantern that shines bright with 508 lumens on its highest setting and will run for up to 60 days on the lowest setting on just one set of six D batteries. It can charge cell phone batteries for seven days on the medium setting and three days on the low setting. This brilliant piece of modern technology also includes SOS flashing capabilities in the event that you’re lost.

    Mini CREE: This little light packs 300 lumens of power from a single AA battery and is under $4.00 bucks!


    You’ll definitely want and need a reliable and dependable GPS device if you intend on venturing away from civilization. You’ll want full confidence and trust in that device because hey, your life just may depend on it, so shouldn’t it only be the best?

    The Garmin Oregon 650t:  The Garmin Oregon 650t GPS is considered to be one of the best on the survival technologies market. This pocket-size little gadget is equipped and preloaded with topographical maps, which includes worldwide base camps. With touchscreen capabilities, you can easily zoom in on maps to see where exactly you are. The Garmin Oregon 650t also has a built-in mini 8-megapixel camera.

    Fire Starters

    If you need to keep warm, want a warm campfire to enjoy roasting marshmallows on or need to cook in the great outdoors, then you’ll want a good fire starter to make a fire with. When it comes to fire starters, you have your choice of manual fire starters or storm proof lighters. You should definitely consider investing in a good storm proof lighter. You’ll also want to grab some of these items as well:

    WetFire Firestarting Tinder:  WetFire tinder is small enough to carry in your pocket and is a universal lighting material that easily helps you to get a fire going, even if it’s pouring down rain.

    Waterproof Match Case: This is just a durable and waterproof little case to keep matches dry and ready to light.

    Firestarter Stix: This is just a quick, convenient way to start any type of fire; whether it be a campfire, fireplace or barbecue. These are easily ignitable and will even light when wet.

    MagBar Magnesium Bar: This is a reliable and simple way to start a fire. All you have to do is simply shave a little magnesium onto the surface that you wish to ignite, then you’ll strike the flint bar with a metal object to create sparks, which will then ignite the shavings.

    Blast Match: You can never have too many ways to make a fire and if it is freezing cold and raining outside the first thing to go is the dexterity in your fingers. This nifty little tool will allow you to strike a fire without having to worry about shivering so much that you put out a match or not being able to move your fingers enough to strike a lighter.

    There is a lot to take into consideration when it comes to surviving the wilderness; especially if you happen to find yourself in a situation where you’re in extreme weather conditions. You’ll want to be fully prepared for everything and anything, and these survival gadgets are a start in your survival preparations.

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