Coming up with a suitable gift idea for a prepper, survivalist, or outdoor adventurer can be tricky.
You can pick out some item that would be great for them to throw in their pack before the next adventure, but…
- Backpack space is limited
- They think strategically & holistically when filling space in the pack
- You probably don’t know their space-filling strategy
- Preppers & survivalists are already prepared for anything
Shopping for them doesn’t have to be that difficult, though. The good news is threefold…
- Preppers want to be prepared for all types of situations.
- Survivalist adventurers usually want to be prepared for survival situations both off and on the trail.
- Disaster prep and survival are fascinating topics. It’s common for people to ask questions. This means you can play sleuth without them suspecting that you’re picking their brains for a gift idea.
Do whatever sleuthing you need to do for that perfect gift.
To learn some quick ideas for gifts they might actually appreciate and use some day, read on.
4 Gift Ideas for Preppers & Survivalists
EcoZoom Versa Camping Stove
$149, FREE Shipping, No Tax
EcoZoom not only makes stoves for emergency preparedness. They also make sure their stoves are fuel efficient.
The Versa works with wood, solid biomass fuel, or charcoal. It is built to ensure the gases get burned instead of escaping into the air, or your lungs. This saves a lot of fuel and money that would have been spent on fuel.
It’s a great item to keep in the car or at home. It sells well in some underdeveloped countries because it saves them a fortune in the long run.
Echo-Sigma "Dog Pack" Emergency Kit
$129.99, FREE Shipping, No Tax
Does your prepper friend or loved one have a dog?
A dog can carry some of the burden during a zombie invasion or any other emergency. Echo-Sigma made an emergency kit designed to be worn by canines. The XL size is for dogs weighing 75 to 120 pounds. The L size is for 40 to 75-pound dogs.
The Dog Pack includes:
- Collapsible dog bowl
- Emergency nutrient-rich dog rations
- Water bowl with carabiner
- Light-up dog collar
- 3 detachable pouches
- 30 poop bags
LuminAID PackLite NOVA USB Solar Lantern
$24.99, FREE Shipping, No Tax
The PackLite NOVA inflates from a 1” thick pack-friendly or glove compartment-friendly cylinder to a 4.75” cube. The lucky recipient can charge it via USB or sunlight.
The PackLite NOVA is not just a lantern. It doubles as a flashlight as well.
On one charge, the highest setting puts out 75 lumens for three to five hours. The lowest of the five lantern settings lasts up to 24 hours per charge. In flashlight mode, it will run for several days.
Total USB charging time is one or two hours. Solar charging takes about 10 hours.
Nature Power Marine Grade 400 Watt Wind Turbine Power Generator – 70500
$437.55, FREE Shipping, No Tax
A 28 miles-per-hour wind can give this turbine 400 Watts to power anything you like. Even if the wind is blowing at 5.6 miles-per-hour, it will still power up some gadgets. It’s designed to withstand winds up to 110 miles-per-hour.
The total blade diameter is 46”.
Ask Someone knowledgeable About the Perfect Prepper Gift
Survival Gear Systems has a highly trained team that can help you choose the gifts and survival items you’re looking for. They know their stuff about every item in our inventory.
Give them a call at (646) 968-0411 (week days 9am-3pm EST) or start a live chat.