#5 The Phantom DJI 2 Vision+ Drone
This drone come’s in perfect when scoping out your area. With a range of around 300 meters it gives you a bird’s eye view as well as real time 1080p HD video and 14mp photos, should the need to take a snap of your surroundings arise.
Use it to plan your escape, find out where the horde of zombies are lying in wait or even use it to deter the undead from your current location, the possibilities are endless.
The downside, this device doesn’t come cheap at £915 RRP you may have to say RIP to the majority of your bank balance.
This strange looking contraption is in fact a suspended tent. This tent is perfect, should you find yourself out in the woods during the zombie apocalypse. You can sleep in peace high above the ground far away from the rotting claws of the undead. The components to this tent are lightweight, so very easy to carry around with you and they come with a 2.5 tonne minimum breaking strength.
The downside of course is you will have to climb a few trees in order to get it set up.
£820 RRP http://www.tentsile.com
#3 Wicked Lasers – The Torch
Otherwise known as the world’s most powerful torch. This light burns at 4100 lumens which is nearly 4 times that of a normal household light. The torch has been machined from military grade anodised aluminium, whilst the halogen bulb has a life expectancy of over 2000 hours.
This halogen bulb is so hot; it can start a fire, and even fry an egg. At £129 it is rather pricey, but worth it in the event of an apocalypse.
These self-heating cans are a must in any apocalypse. Once the power goes out and the water supply comes to an end, a hot meal will go a long way to making you feel human again. This self-heating can works by creating a natural reaction with Limestone and Water, resulting in your meal being heated up in a matter of minutes.
The Hotcan’s come in a number of flavours such as Chicken Curry, Tortellini Bolognaise, Bangers and Beans and even Creamy Rice Pudding.
These cans have been designed for use in the harshest of outdoor conditions and for £3.99 they won’t break the bank.
In the event of any apocalypse sooner or later, drinking water is going to become a real problem. That’s where this amazing contraption comes in useful. The Lifestraw is simply a drinking tube which removes 99.9% of bacteria and parasites from dirty water. The Lifestaw is able to filter over 1000 litres of water as a minimum. That’s over a year’s supply of clean water in one plastic straw.
At £17 you can’t afford not to have one. For your very own Lifestraw simply visit www.vestergaard.com
Jessica Ward – Author of E-Virus The Diary of a Modern Day Girl
Set in the familiar locations of Cheshire, the world of this tech savvy, shoe loving Cheshire Girl is thrown into complete chaos as the E-Virus spreads through the Nation, where she has to fight for survival in a post-apocalyptic wasteland in a world where the dead just won’t stay dead.