You can't drag on all sorts of things when you escape from the undead because a heavy load on your back will slow you down. Therefore, we want to help you to choose a survival kit that's suited for you and your needs. But you should keep one thing in mind - No one knows better than yourself what gear and equipment you need to survive when society has broken down. So no survival kits are better than the kit you've put together by yourself. But if you don't have time for this and want to buy a complete kit, there's a lot of good kits out there.
Many "preppers" use to include all sorts of things in their kits like 20 different knives, 5 axes, 5 machetes, 10 different guns, 40 pounds of food, etc. These "kits" are great if you have a big truck to stuff them into. But for us who don't have a big vehicle to escape with and must use our feet, the weight of the stuff we are carrying is very important. You don't want to drag on unnecessary things that can slow you down when you're on the run because then you will be an easy target for zombies, bandits or whatever it might be.
Below we have listed various survival kits for different applications and situations.
Don't judge this survival kit because of it's size and name. Although it's small, it contains everything you need in order to survive the undead. The kit includes a button compass, matches so you can make fire, a razor blade, a whistle for signaling (it will last longer than your voice), some first aid instructions, a little pencil and a note paper so you can take notes, a pain reliever, a fire starter cube, bandage, an "energy nugget" (you need energy when you're on the run!), wire clip, a reflective signal surface, a fish hook, fishing line with a spool, a piece of duct tape, gum (yummy!), reclosable bag, antibiotic ointment, a tea bag, a safety pin, an alcohol prep pad (which also can be used a fire starter) and some salt and sugar! And because everything is stored inside a sardine can, it's completely waterproof until you open it and it also float!
This can is brilliant as a small backup kit in addition to your other survival gear.
Fortunately there was no apocalypse in 2012. But even if this kit was made for 2012, it's still relevant for this year's possible upcoming zombie apocalypse. If you want a B.O.B. (Bug Out Bag) that contains everything you need, then you should go for this one. This awesome B.O.B. contains a zombie area warning sign so you can warn other survivors that there's zombies around, a military grade assult backpack, some food bars with 5 year shelf life, water purification tablets, radio with headphones and batteries, a flashlight, 3 LED flashlights, whistle, waterproof matches, light sticks, sleeping bag, poncho, shovel, multitool with 16 different tools, a Rambo knife and much more goodies!
You will of course need to add some extra equipment so that it is suited for you and your needs. But otherwise, it contains all the equipment you need. Perfect if you want to buy a "complete" Bug Out Bag!
This lightweight cardboard box is basically the 3-day survival kit you need to survive the following 72 hours after the apocalypse has struck. It contains all the necessary items except weapons and knives such as food bars, purified drinking water, waterproof matches, lightsticks that lasts for 12 hours, a waterproof mylar blanket (also known as 'Space Blanket') so you can keep warm while you're on the run, a first aid kit so you can treat your freak wounds, a emergency hammer and a survival bracelet with 10 feet paracord with a whistle inside. All food and water in this kit has a shelf life on minimum 5 years.
If you want a lightweight 72 hour kit, then this is a good choice. NB! Remember to add a defense weapon like a 6" knife or something.
If you want to go serious about zombie survival and if you have a fat wallet, then this is the "kit" for you! This is the real deal and you probably need a safe house, bunker or a truck to store everything. And with the $23,999 price tag, you'll get various weapons accessories such as night vision scopes, thermal imaging camera, weapon lights, awesome zombie ammo cans, zombie targets so you can practice your shooting skills, rangefinder binoculars, lasers, holographic gun sights and so much more. But it doesn't stop there, you'll also get knives for close quarter combats with the undead, a bunch of cases, backpacks, tools and protective gear. And if you are a biochemist you can also invent a serum with the following lab equipment so you can cure those who are infected by the T-virus!
If you want to go pro during the apocalypse, choose the Z.E.R.O.!