Top Prepper’s Kit Posts
Heated clothing is a great way to stay warm during a blackout, using battery packs that you can charge when power is available.
Paper maps are a very useful tool for preppers and survivalists. Here are five reasons that you REALLY need a paper map.
Multitools are really useful pieces of equipment to have. Here are our three favourite budget survival multitools.
How to easily and cheaply make a Faraday cage EMP protection container from household items.
This simple nuclear fallout shelter is easy to build with common tools and materials. It will keep you safe from nuclear fallout.
These are the five common mistakes people make when setting up a rainwater harvesting system. Read on to make sure you avoid them.
Often overlooked by preppers, an emergency dental kit is vital to deal with any tooth problems in a post-apocalyptic world.
A bug out bag is a vital part of any prepper’s equipment, ready to grab and go with everything you need to survive for a few days.
You’ve got your bug out bag, your food and water, your bushcraft kit, but what else? Here are some of the items that preppers often forget.
The Sawyer Mini is an extremely lightweight, reliable and durable personal water filter. Here we put the Sawyer Mini to the test.
Survival kit doesn’t have to be big and bulky. Minimise the size of your every day carry with a keyring survival kit.
How to create a survival kit for dog owners including basic survival kit to keep you and your dog safe if disaster strikes.