In this article, I will cover 15 prepper gifts for that holiday.
So, what do preppers want you to purchase a gift for them? We examine the top 15 prepper presents that are flying off the shelves and into the hands of survivalists and preppers all across the world.
Holidays and other occasions when we need to buy something for someone are always special to us. But, when it comes down to it, deciding what to buy is difficult, especially for someone who simply enjoys being outside.
Now, let’s dive into some prepper gifts.
In This Article
- 1. Carbon Steel Survival Knife with Fire Starter
- 2. Work Sharp EDC Pivot Knife Sharpener
- 3. Survival Card: 17-Tool Survival Kit
- 4. G4Free 11PCS/13PCS Camping Cookware Mess Kit
- 5. Emergency Solar Hand Crank Portable Radio
- 6. Lifestraw Go Water Filter
- 7. 15 Day Emergency Food Ration
- 8. Personal Car Emergency Kit
- 9. Survival Workplace/Home First Aid Kit
- 10. S.O.L. 90% Reflective Lightweight Emergency Bivvy
- 11. Hiking Daypack, Lightweight Packable Backpack
- 12. Titan 620LB SurvivorCord
- 13. Boker Plus 09BO778 Fire Starter
- 14. Off Grid Tools OGT-SA100 Survival Ax
- 15. Hausbell 7W Flashlight
- Last Words
1. Carbon Steel Survival Knife with Fire Starter
Our first prepper gift pick is Morakniv, one of my favorite manufacturers and our critical survival tool. Knives are often in short supply for preppers. They would be thrilled to receive one as cool as either of them to add to their collection.
This knife is long-lasting and high-quality, thanks to the carbon steel material and anti-corrosive black coating. The best feature is the diamond sharpener for honing your blade, which is especially handy for bushcrafters.
2. Work Sharp EDC Pivot Knife Sharpener
This one is designed for EDC (everyday carry), and it’s a little more small and lightweight than the others, making it the more cheap option on the market. Although this sharpener may not work on all knives, it is a useful tool to have because it is more portable.
3. Survival Card: 17-Tool Survival Kit
This item includes 17 helpful survival items and is designed for EDC, and is very small, wallet-sized.
4. G4Free 11PCS/13PCS Camping Cookware Mess Kit
I prefer the G4Free camp stove mess kits, which are available in various sizes and shapes. Both come with stoves that are designed to fit within the kits. Overall, this product is suitable for extreme survivalists, campers, and mountain climbers.
5. Emergency Solar Hand Crank Portable Radio
This tool’s most valuable features are illumination and radio. Other online reviewers claim that getting this FosPower tool to work takes a lot of hand-cranking. As a result, I would not advocate buying it as a primary phone charging device.
Nevertheless, still a great secondary charger, radio, and flashlight.
6. Lifestraw Go Water Filter
This water filter bottle is less expensive. This filter is unique in that it combines the filter and the container into one unit.
It wouldn’t be ideal in a long-term survival situation because it’s made of plastic, but it’d be perfect for keeping in your car or truck for a “get home” emergency or for camping or hiking.
Microplastics, chlorine, organic chemical matter, and turbidity are protected against 99.999999% of bacteria (including E.coli and Salmonella), parasites (including Giardia), microplastics, chlorine, organic chemical matter, and turbidity; the flavor is improved.
With correct use and maintenance, the activated carbon filter can filter up to 1,000 gallons (4,000 L) of water, and the carbon filter can last up to 26 gallons (100 L). BPA-free and long-lasting.
7. 15 Day Emergency Food Ration
The best part about these emergency food supplies is that you can give them next year or the year after if you forget to present them as a gift for any occasion. These items, in reality, have a five-year shelf life. Each box has nine bars, each of which contains 410 calories.
The bars themselves do not make you thirsty as some dehydrated survival foods do, and they taste great. Keeping these in the car or the emergency supply cabinet at home is a fantastic strategy to guarantee you have some backup food.
8. Personal Car Emergency Kit
Thrive has created a useful roadside preparedness kit designed to be kept in the car for when dreadful things happen. Rope, safety vest, tools, jumper cables, screwdriver, flashlight, first aid kit, and other items are included in this bag.
The bag’s 40+ components are stored in a clear, waterproof pouch large enough to fit into the back of a car seat and stay there until you need it. It’s essentially a bug-out disaster-proof bag that sits in the car for when you need to get out quickly.
9. Survival Workplace/Home First Aid Kit
These medical kits were put together by qualified medical and survival professionals to be utilized in times of need. They’re laid out in such a way that you can tell.
It uses a label pocketing method to identify each item in the kit as well as what it might be used for. There’s a pocket with that same description if you’re helping someone, or yourself, with a sprained ankle or a snakebite, for example.
This is one of those prepper gifts for a serious outdoors enthusiast, or as a present for the family prepper who wishes to be in charge of any family member’s medical help should the need arise.
10. S.O.L. 90% Reflective Lightweight Emergency Bivvy
We’ve all seen the small solar blankets that fit in your wallet. While those would be better than nothing, they would most likely be ineffectual if you had to spend the night outside in the weather.
In a survival event, this bivvy would provide full body cover and perform a much better job of maintaining body heat.
The emergency bivvy is 84 by 36 inches in size and weighs about 3.8 ounces. 90% of your body heat is reflected in you, preventing heat loss and trapping warm air. You’ll stay dry and warm thanks to sealed seams and waterproof, windproof material.
11. Hiking Daypack, Lightweight Packable Backpack
This is more of an emergency backpack than a bug-out bag that you would want to use regularly. This would be an excellent alternative if you were traveling with someone who didn’t have a backpack or wanted a little extra space.
This portable pack is only 4 (oz), roughly half the weight of an iPhone, and fits easily into a pocket. 30D nylon is water and tear-resistant. There are two mesh side pockets, the main zipper pocket and a front zipper pocket.
12. Titan 620LB SurvivorCord
While all of your paracords doesn’t have to be SurvivorCord, it’s fantastic to have because it’s so versatile and can be used for so many things. SurvivorCord is a 620 LB tensile strength paracord that incorporates three life-saving survival strands.
13. Boker Plus 09BO778 Fire Starter
I like how long the Ferro rod is, how accurate the compass is, and how it comes with a lanyard to wear around your neck. In an emergency, this is a must-have utensil.
Chips made with the included scraper go a long way toward quickly igniting a campfire or an emergency flare. A threaded aluminum body provides strong construction with non-slip checkering.
14. Off Grid Tools OGT-SA100 Survival Ax
This is a handy multi-tool ax that can perform a variety of tasks.
Heat-treated and re-sharpenable blades The blade of a hatchet. Head and claw of a hammer 3/8, 7/16, 1/2, 9/16, 1/2, 3/8, 10mm, 11mm, 13mm, 15mm hex sockets 6′ saw blade that can be replaced. Glass breaker and seat belt cutter made of hardened steel.
15. Hausbell 7W Flashlight
The Hausbell Mini LED Flashlight is a force to be reckoned with, especially for the value it provides as a 2-pack flashlight. This tiny flashlight (just over 9cm in length) has a blazing brilliant 300-lumen output and three distinct settings.
It’s a water-resistant adjustable light that may be zoomed in or out depending on the application. It runs on a single AA battery and lasts a long time, so it’s not an energy hog like some other tiny lights with high lumen output.
In this article, we covered 15 great prepper gifts. I hope you found the one you think they will like. We hope you enjoyed this article.
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