A Checklist/ Making A Family Plan For Emergencies (Mom’s Choice Awards Gold Metal Winner) (Spiral-bound)
By Nancy Overton
Portable solar cookers are great gadgets to have. They set up anywhere and provide a method for you to cook on and boil water for clean supplies in an instant. You can use this at home too when the power’s gone out. A good UV water purification tool – which looks like a wand and purifies your water in just under a minute – can help you achieve safe drinking water in a flash. No more pills to buy, just let these gadgets do their work. A flint and knife bracelet is the perfect pairing for survival experts. It’s a little corded bracelet that fits around your wrist and gives you immediate access to a fire starter and a sharp knife right away. A tent hammock is another gadget that’s perfect for survivalists to own. Not only do you get protection from outside intruders like mosquitoes, but you’re lifted off the ground to protect you from water or land animals. There are so many survival gadgets being created to help people get prepared. There are containers that create power from any form of liquid, clothes that repel bugs just based on the materials they’re made from, and solar backpacks that have a solar panel soaking up the sun while you trek around so that you can use the energy it absorbs later.