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Your next outdoors adventure could take a turn for the worse if not equipped with the correct survival gadgets. Nature is a harsh mistress, and so a backpack containing camping survival gadgets will help a great deal. Gadgets like the Emergency Sleeping Bag for unexpected nights spent exposed to the elements and the BeFree Water Filter Bottle for purifying water running water.
Gadget User goes above and beyond to bring you comprehensive reviews of these products that serve a wide range of applications and we also have some fun covering weird survival gadgets and Bushcraft Gadgets along the way. Whatever it takes to get you through nature and natural disasters in one piece.
There are many survival kits on the market depending on what disaster you are trying to protect yourself from. Survival kits need to be perfectly fit with everything from first aid to non-perishable items. There are survival kits all available for purchase made with the number of people in mind and how long the items need to last in i.e. 72 hours or 4 days.
Any survival kit worth purchasing should hold a basic first aid kit with headache medication, ibuprofen, bandages, and any other basic supplies you find you need. Food and water-wise, keeping bottles of water and non-perishable foods such as granola and protein bars. For power outages, make sure you find a survival kit with flashlights and fire-starting devices.
While gadgets are helpful when surviving, there are three things you need if you are going to survive, whether you’re stranded or escaping an emergency. Those things are food, water and shelter, with fire coming in fourth. While food and water will rely on you, gadgets like a lighter, multi-tool, firestarter, ten and tarp can be incredibly helpful in this situation.
There are a few things that everyone should have whether they’re preparing for the worst before a camping/hiking trip or packing their end-of-the-world bag. Those things are a big jug of water, several days’ worth of non-perishable food, an older phone and charger or battery-powered radio, a torch, a whistle, a change of clothes, batteries and a first-aid kit.