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COMBAR – A Very Serious Survival Multi-tool With The Look To Match

A pocket-size multi-tool can come in handy when you are out in the wild, but we shouldn’t kid ourselves because a pocket knife is not going chop woods. It simply don’t cut it and that’s precisely why ex-special operations veterans over at Aclim8 Inc. designed the COMBAR. No. It is not a crowbar, although it may sounded like one. COMBAR is a new kind of multi-tool that defies the convention of being small and handy because, in reality, bigger is always better. Continue reading COMBAR – A Very Serious Survival Multi-tool With The Look To Match

This New Age Take Of Credit Card Multi-tool Gives You Over 60 Functionalities

Card size multi-tool is not new. In fact, it existed since when I was in my teen. I had one, inherited from my dad. But the credit card EDC multi-tool you see here, called Universal 3.0, is somewhat unique because it packs over 60 functionalities and it can even be extended to improve its usability. It is the perfect take for 21st century person who wants to do it all without the bulk. Two years in the making and engineered from 440с High Carbon Hardened Stainless Steel , the Universal 3.0 exhibits trade found in many high-end knives, axes, and survival tools, including superb hardness, toughness, wear resistance, edge retention, and corrosion resistance. Continue reading This New Age Take Of Credit Card Multi-tool Gives You Over 60 Functionalities

Just Add Water and This Emergency Light Will Shine for 72 Hours

when was the last time you needed a flashlight and it turned out that the batteries were flat (or worst, corroded) because it has been left inactive for too long? it happens at some point in time and that’s not ok if there is an emergency like power outage when all the lights are out. with the Eton Blackout Buddy H2O, you won’t have such a problem. in fact, Eton said its magnesium-oxide battery will continue to work even if it is left untouched for up to 10 years. and when the situation calls for lights, all you need is add water and voila, a flashlight that will run continuously for 72 hours is there to light up the bleakest moments – literally, not emotionally though. Continue reading Just Add Water and This Emergency Light Will Shine for 72 Hours

Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Survival Machine

again. the Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Survival Machine you see here is something money can’t buy. based on the 2013 Santa Fe Sport, this particular zombie apocalypse four-wheel survival machine is designed by Anson Kuo and was picked as the winner from among more than 82,500 fan submissions on the The Walking Dead Chop Shop configurator app. unlike the previous two versions, the Veloster- and Elantra-based survival machines, Kuo choice of ride is the trusty SUV which, as he explains, “allows space for extra passengers as well as weapons, supplies and all the other necessary items needed during a real zombie apocalypse.” well, we couldn’t agree more cos’ in a real world, ammo and food will run out, so it is imperative to have the luxury of space for more storage, if not for more company – human company. Continue reading Hyundai Santa Fe Sport Survival Machine

Chevrolet Silverado Black Ops Concept Survival Truck

how would an automaker make a statement that their trucks are built for virtually any unforeseen circumstances? we don’t see much of these apocalypse-prep vehicles in real life and so, we wouldn’t quite know, but Chevy seems to have some idea, one that’s far less menacing than Hyundai’s deadly Walking Dead example, but no less practical when you call upon it to help you survive the worst. that’s exactly what Chevy is putting forth with the Chevrolet Silverado Black Ops Concept Survival Truck you see here. under the hood, it has the same innards as the 2014 Silverado with an EcoTec3 5.3-liter V8 unit, pumping out 355 horses and 383 lb-ft of torque, or with an option 6.2-liter V8 and max towing package if towing is your kind of thing. Continue reading Chevrolet Silverado Black Ops Concept Survival Truck

Hyundai Walking Dead Veloster Zombie Survival Machine

remember the super cool Hyundai Elantra Coupe-based Zombie Survival Machine from last year’s SDCC? well, fans of both Hyundai and Walkers are treated to another in this year’s San Diego Comic-Con and this time round, it is the Veloster Turbo that’s being dressed up for the fight against the undead. dubbed the Hyundai Walking Dead Veloster Zombie Survival Machine, this year survivalist’s machine is faster, meaner and a whole lot deadlier. splashed in a Vitamin C textured paint (all dirtied up to look the part, naturally), this badass ride is equipped to the teeth starting with the mandatory drive-and-smash contraptions like horde plow front bumper, saw blade tooth-infused front grill, chainsaws-fitted front bumper, base blades at the doors, knife blades on rear bumper, and wheel blade weaponry to counter those undead lingering on the sides. Continue reading Hyundai Walking Dead Veloster Zombie Survival Machine

Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Solar Recharging Kit

portable batteries aka portable chargers for small gadgets are a dime a dozen but one that has enough oomph for your laptop is far and few between, let alone one that you can juiced up (and re-juiced) without having you spending a single cent. the Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Solar Recharging Kit happens to be one that belongs to the latter. the idea of using solar panels to recharge a portable power supply may seem absurd to urban dwellers but if you are one who requires to work in the field without proper electric outlets, the sun is probably your best friend and so are the solar panels. Continue reading Goal Zero Sherpa 50 Solar Recharging Kit