Wshtf - Tools

Survival Grenade (FREE)

Efficiency is everything when preparing for a catastrophe. It is always nice to have several tools at hand instantly and this is where the survival grenade comes in. This is a kit with handy equipment inside, which makes this an ideal product for a bug out bag - or carry around wherever you go.

(added bonus: you'll only pay for shipping)


  • Firestarter
  • Paracord
  • Carabiner
  • Scalpel
  • Alcohol prep pad
  • Fishing hooks
  • Fishing floats


  • Fishing weights
  • Fishing line
  • Jigs
  • Safety pins
  • Needle
  • Aluminium Foil
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Sleeping Bag

The Tact Bivvy ($19.97) is the industry's leading emergency sleeping bag. Fits in the palm of your hand but unfolds to 7 feet long. Prevents hypothermia by reflecting 90% of your body heat. Tens of thousands have been sold with 5 star customer ratings. 


No need to explain, just watch the video!


If you are going to carry any item, it needs to be a flashlight. However, you cannot just carry around any old flashlight and expect it to do the job! Your flashlight needs to be small enough to fit in your pocket, ultra bright and use standard batteries (you will be able to loot these). As an added bonus, this flashlight will double as a self-defense weapon that may just save your life one day. The design includes sharp edges that can drop any attacker like a sac of potatoes.


  • Only pay for shipping
  • High lumen
  • Single AA batteries
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Water on the go

The AquaStiq™ uses the world’s best portable water filtration technology. The same type of filter, used the world over, both in emergencies and as a daily source of drinking water in third world countries. The AquaStiq removes 99.99% of waterborne bacteria, weighs 2oz and uses no batteries. It is therefore that it is the go-to tool for preppers everywhere. It costs $17.95, an absolute bargain for a water system.


The Lifestraw has become the household name when talking about water-on-the-go. This product has the same qualities as described above, but is way more wide-spread. It is a little bit more expensive at $19.95, but it has the ability to clean a 1000 liters (or 264 gallons!). Not convinced yet? You can watch the video!

Solar Lantarn

So you have settled in a base-camp and the night is falling. You might want to have a light in your camp. As batteries, as well as electricity in general, will not be readily available, what will you rely on?


The biggest energy source is the sun. And that is exactly what a solar light does. It charges during the day, so you can use the light at night.



  • $19.97
  • 50% off for the second one.
  • brightens a 12 foot area
  • solar-powered
  • lasts up to 12h
  • retains its energy for 3 years
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