As you can see, we have something useful for everyone. This is only the tip of the iceberg. There is plenty of other gear for all of your prepping needs. Bookmark survivalfrog.com and come back often.
Top-Selling Survival Gadgets, Gear and Supplies
Sometimes browsing a website full of products can be a little frustrating if you are just looking around and doing a little window shopping.
With so many quality products, sometimes the good stuff might be overlooked. So with that in mind, I thought I might give you a navigational beacon so to speak and hook you up with some of our best selling products.
Who says survival food can’t be healthy? This stuff is all GMO free, MSG free, trans-fat free, artificial sweetener free, and low sodium. Add to all that, this stuff stores for 25 years! A great kit to toss in the back of the closet and know you have 32 servings put back just in case.
If you are looking for a more complete food kit, this one has many more components. We have food, but also pouches of water already on board along with filtration and purification tablets. There are also many more basic survival tools included that you might find useful.
Experts tell us we should store one gallon of water per person, per day if we plan to survive. These storage barrels are the perfect way to do it. They are made of plastic that won’t leach into your water. This kit also has the pump and preserver solution included.
Bug Out Bags and Survival Kits
This is one of the most useful 72-hour kits I have seen on the market. The contents of this kit directly address the needs of keeping you alive for 72 hours in the field. You have water filtration, shelter, fire, food, sanitation, first aid and communications all included. If I was buying a kit off the shelf, it would be this one.
This kit is built with the idea of living out of it for three days. It even includes pouches of water. The food is emergency food bars and there are emergency ponchos and sleeping bags for shelter if needed. The duffle bag lets you add gear to the kit for your unique situation.
I’m not a huge fan of camp stoves, but this little stove is just the ticket when you want a smoke free way to cook your meal in the field. The price and compact design make it perfect for including in any kit you are putting together for yourself. I know from personal experience the tablets themselves will help you get a bigger fire going in harsh conditions.
Paracord in general is a wonderful item to stock up on. You can use it as is or take the inner strands out and have several smaller cords along with the outer sheath to take care of most of your cordage needs.
Miscellaneous Emergency Items
The Dynamo Radio Flashlight 4-in-1 is one of the most valuable tools you can own for both survival, and general outdoor use. Perhaps the most incredible aspect of this survival tool is it never needs batteries since it generates power with little more than a simple hand crank.