Ultimate Emergency Survival Guide
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The fury of howling winds often leave many people without power. Don't get stuck in the dark without this wireless emergency light kit. The plug-in power detector senses when electricity is lost, at which point LED lights illuminate the house via wireless signal. The system can support more than 30 lights placed up to 70 feet away for 40 hours—enough time to weather the storm until a utility crew arrives.
SHOP NOW: Mr. Beams Power Outage Lighting Set, $100
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Given the stress of the times, a stiff cocktail becomes one of the last bastions of calm. So before the in-laws come a'knocking, install one of these sleek, wall-mounted emergency cocktail stations for a bit of liquid first aid.
SHOP NOW: Emergency Cocktail Station, $850
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Flat tire? No sweat. Equipped with a safety flasher, gloves, blanket and much more, this is the ideal kit to keep in your trunk while you wait for roadside assistance.
SHOP NOW: Auto Safety Kit, $60
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The king of survival and host of Man Vs. Wild Bear Grylls knows a thing or two about getting out of sticky situations. While you may not find yourself stranded in the Amazon and forced to survive on insects, you might get lost while hiking. Prevent a true disaster with his easy-to-understand tips and must-have tools to turn any ordeal into a fond, fireside story.
SHOP NOW: Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival Kit, $50
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Make it through another evening of Aunt Gertrude's bland and gummy dinner thanks to this travel-sized set of 13 organic herbs and spices.
SHOP NOW: Mobile Foodie Survival Kit, $20
Bumps & Bruises7 of 14
If you get cut during your attempt at a weekend DIY project, this all-purpose first aid kit with over 100 bandages, antibiotic creams and even a first aid guide will be the first thing you reach for.
SHOP NOW: Softpack First Aid Kit, $23
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Sure those stilettos are fierce, but if you have to walk further than a few blocks, survive in style with these comfortable sneakers that are compact enough to keep in your desk drawer at work.
SHOP NOW: Vibram FiveFingers KomodoSport LS Multisport Shoes, $110
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Stash an extra change of clothes, a pair of shoes, extra house keys, a protein bar and a large bottle of water in this vinyl duffel bag. It can stay in your car for those 'just in case' moments.
SHOP NOW: Vinyl Weekender Bag, $54
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Sure, you have an iPad, a smartphone, 4G wireless and the ultimate sound system. But all of that can become null and void in a disaster. Keep one of these timeless, hand-crank radios equipped with everything you might need: access to weather channels, a cell phone charger, emergency siren and a flashlight.
SHOP NOW: Eton Hand Crank Radio, $80
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If all of the food in your refrigerator has spoiled because of a power outage, you and your family don't have to resort of bags of chips to get you through the ordeal. This container holds 84 servings of dehydrated meals like chicken teriyaki and cheese lasagna.
SHOP NOW: 84 Serving Breakfast and Entrée Emergency Food, $160
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Just because spring has sprung, doesn’t mean that everyone is in bright spirits. Police estimate that thieves will steal $35 billion worth of merchandise from shoppers and businesses this year. Prevent an attack with a small can of pepper spray.
SHOP NOW: Hot Pink Mace Pepper Spray, $10
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Whipping up hot food when your gas has been shut off will be no problem with this portable, self-contained stove. Able to boil water and cook up to a week's worth of food, this lightweight platform is easy to store in your garage or basement for easy access.
SHOP NOW: Emergency Quick Stove, $35
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The best time to buy a generator is before you need one. This portable silent generator can be charged from a regular AC wall outlet, or it can capture energy from solar panels, a hand crank, windmill or almost any other power source. Power your laptop, kitchen appliances or even your entire home with this little guy.
SHOP NOW: Portable Silent Generator, $1470
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