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.
Here’s something different (and funny) for a change. Canadian Prepper purchased some ridiculous survival items. Make sure you don’t buy these, too.
These 33 items could help save your life in a survival scenario, and better yet–they’re small enough to fit in your pocket!
I like having a couple key chain tools as part of my EDC gear because they’re very difficult to lose and impossible to forget if you want to go somewhere.
Paracord is the strongest, most versatile, most affordable cordage on the market. And it might actually save your life in a survival situation.
What’s so great about knives? All they do is cut things, right? In this article, I’m going to list 19 ways a knife could come in handy during a disaster.