Assume a war has broken out, or there is a natural disaster, and you have to move out with the fewest and fundamental things you can pack. What will you consider taking? A mobile phone, laptop, charger, some food, and umm…….. Stuck? Go through the list of these gadgets that will save your lives during an emergency.
No one in this generation can survive even an hour without phone or laptop. Since they have become indispensable, it is better to carry a charger that charges multiple devices simultaneously and uses renewable energy source like solar energy to charge your gadgets. So, you can stay in touch with your loved ones, necessary access contacts and pass the time.
Portable Water Purifiers
These are not the contraption water purifiers you use in your home to purify water but a modified version of it that uses UV light to kill up to 99.9% bacteria, viruses and parasites that are harmful to the body. In most of the disaster scenarios, availability of the drinking water is the biggest problem. With these portable water purifiers, it should not be a problem.
Rechargeable Flashlights and Headlamps
A disaster is customarily followed by a power cut, and you should not expect power for a few days. When the sun goes down, it is dangerous to stay without any lighting in the neighborhood. These flashlights will increase your visibility and keeps you safe. Prefer LED lights as they consume less power and LiPo batteries as they live longer.
In the case of bombing or heavy noise environments, your reflexes are suppressed by the loud sounds, and you may even end up deaf. To prevent this from happening, it is better to have ear protection such as Altus Brands’ Pro Ears that cover your ears. This gadget lets you hear normal sounds but if the intensity of sound is greater than 70 decibels it is automatically reduced to half.
Food is the only source of energy for humans. So take a stove with you for cooking conventional and processed foods. But, the size-Do not worry! This stove is portable and is approximately the size of water bottle weighing only two pounds. As the name itself suggests, the fuel is for this stove is biomass. Using this BioLite CampStove or HomeStove, you can boil water in less than 5 minutes. As a bonus, you can even charge your devices with this awesome gadget.
Disaster Relief Toilet
One of the most important tools you require during calamities is this catastrophe relief toilet. People do not find places to dispose of their own wastes during these situations, and this creates horrors. To escape this situation, it is advised to carry this portable toilet. It can be easily assembled/ dissembled with a knife or coin. It has a waste-disposal system that includes an easily removable cart and a biodegradable drawstring bag.
You can also take waterproof bags to protect your mobile phones and laptops, a spare phone that only allows calling but lasts for months without charging, radio for communication and knowing updates regarding the disaster, bottle cap lights, etc.