Unless you are an outdoor veteran, anyone who is hitting up the great outdoor will always face the same question: what a survival kit should have? Well, a NZ-based outdoor gear company, beREDI Outdoors have just make preparing for the wilderness easier.
I am sure we know how useful a backup power is. Oh, you don’t? Well, just as the Texans. If you rather be prepared for any future outages (knock on wood!), then you will want a device like the Bluetti EP500 and EP500Pro Home Backup Power.
Power outage. One of the modern people’s worst nightmare. Gas generator is the go-to choice for backup power in the past, but thanks to the advancement in battery technology, a power station like the SuperBase 500 Power Station is pretty much all you need.
The primary function of a flashlight is to shine. Some has additional functions like window breaker, but Nextool has taken many steps further with its line of multi-purpose survival flashlight.
Technically, the Bluetti AC200 Portable Power Station is not a generator. Well, not unless you paired it with a bunch of solar panels. Think of the Bluetti AC200 Portable Power Station as a power bank for your home.
About 71% of the Earth’s surface is water. But alas, 97.5% of it is salt water which is hardly considered usable as is. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could actually use and even drink that 90+ percent of water? Well, you know what? Soon, we may be able too – thanks to QuenchSea. Or …
The COVID-19 pandemic is not the end of the world. But it does set some people thinking what if an apocalypse occurs and the Internet is out? If that happens, whatever connected gadgets you have are pretty much useless.
This global pandemic sets us thinking about many ‘what ifs’. What if the power grid is knocked out because, everyone working there is infected? I know we probably won’t come to this, but as a prepper, it won’t hurt to be prepared with a generator such as the Jackery Explore 1000 Portable Power Station.
Since Tortoise Gear’s FireFly EDC Fire Starter came out nearly two years ago, the company realized that some people do actually use the toothpick found on a Swiss Army knife. Seriously, people do use that?
Bear Grylls, aka Edward Micheal Grylls OBE, is perhaps the most recognizable survivalist and TV personality of our time. The former SAS serviceman is synonymous with adventure and exploration, and have had a series of adventure-related product collaborations ranging from paramotor to survival gear like knives to even canteen that we adore so much.