Sure, you might be lost in the woods, but at least you have your everyday carry (EDC) Victorinox Swiss Army Knife. And not just any Swiss Army Knife, oh no, one of a 6,000-piece limited edition with a Damascus steel blade.
If you’re looking for a single tool to keep in your bugout bag, the Off Grid Survival Axe is an excellent choice. It combines a number of useful tools for both the real world and whatever post-apocalyptic world you can image, be it zombies, robots, or even killer cars.
At first glance, the Wazoo Cache Belt looks like an ordinary belt, but it is anything but. It is a utility belt that Batman himself would be envious of. It hides a bunch of survival tools right inside the band, making it perfect for emergency situations.
When the zombie apocalypse comes, you need to have a few things in your bug-out bag to be ready. You need a way to get clean drinking water, a way to start fire, and food. Fire is one of the more important because with it you can both cook food and get clean water.
Eight years ago (in the game Impact Winter’s setting), an asteroid struck Manitoba. That was indeed bad, but the worst part was the amount of debris it kicked up into the atmosphere. As a result, the oceans froze over, the skies darkened, and snow covered everything.
The world is full of dangers and you have to be prepared – especially when it comes to zombies. The Zombie Apocalypse Survival Cabinet will make sure that you stay alive long after all of your best buddies are slow-walking brain eaters.
A year after showing off Robert Kirkman’s Zombie Survival Elantra, and just months after their Veloster Zombie Survival Machine, Hyundai is at New York Comic Con, where they’re showing off the Hyundai Santa Fe Zombie Survival Machine.
If you are worried about the inevitable zombie invasion – and who isn’t – you might want to check out this Chevy Silverado on display at the State Fair of Texas. This ‘Black Ops Concept’ is apocalypse ready.
You have to be prepared for disasters – whether it is a hurricane, a tornado, a zombie apocalypse, whatever. The end result could be that you could be without power. Forget food and water and blankets.
There were a string of weird occurrences in the last couple of months involving some people going stark crazy because of the things that they managed to do. It’s too gruesome to describe in detail, but here’s one work that sums it all up: cannibalism.
Have you ever felt the need for an emergency boat? Nope, me neither. Well, in any case, the Israeli designer Ori Levin from Tsor Design created Adhoc, a full-sized canoe that can be folded into a bag of the size of a standard backpack.
A long time ago, I had a hamster that would run around the house in one of those little clear balls. I also had a Jack Russell Terrier that hated that hamster. The dog would wait until no one was watching and then smack that ball around hard enough to stick that poor hamster to the side of the ball as it rolled away.
With the CDC recently coming out with guidelines for your own zombie apocalypse survival kit, I think you all appreciate my writings on how to be prepared for the inevitable at this point. It’s easy to focus on critical things like not getting your ass eaten off by the undead and how to protect your collection of web porn post-apocalypse, but you also need to focus on other necessities.
The Crovel is an awesome looking survival tool and I really want one even though I have no need for a short spade to dig with. This thing may well be the tool best suited for a life on the run from zombie hoards ever invented.
This is the SS Huckleberry, and one of only four entries in the 2010 Zombie Safe House Competition. When you think about it, it makes a lot of sense going on the rivers, since zombies will probably have trouble eating you if they have to swim.