Ham radio has become an increasingly popular tool for preppers. While it is fairly inexpensive, there are a few things you need to know before you get one.
This bicycle camper is light enough to pull behind you, yet it’s large enough for you stay out of the elements, relax, eat a meal, and even get some sleep.
Modern civilization has become so reliant on technology that we can’t cope at all without it. Here are some alternatives for when your tech fails you…
If you’re going to scavenge for supplies during a disaster, you’ll need certain tools such as bolt cutters, a lock pick set, a gas siphon pump, and more.
Most survival tins only have things you would need to survive a disaster, but this is made up of things an urban dweller might use on a day to day basis.
With all these new products to choose from, it’s very tempting to become obsessed with buying the latest and greatest survival gear.
Get home bags are designed to get you home safely in case of a disaster that brings traffic to a standstill. Here are 13 essential items it should have.
Safer Emergency Candles can’t start a fire since they were designed for use in a glass of water. If left unattended or knocked over, it goes out.
The Urban Prepper is probably the most organized prepper on Youtube. Here he talks about what items to include in your grab-n-go medical bag and why.
In this video, Living Survival talks about the Ion Micro Titanium Stove which weighs only 1.5 ounces, making it the world’s smallest stove.