I wrote a review on the Anker Astro Mini over at Survival Life, which means you should go over there and read it. Everybody should have a battery of some sort to charge their portable electronic devices, especially since most of us are dependent on our smart phones. Nowadays, the prices for good, high-capacity battery chargers is low enough so that everybody can purchase at least one of them. So hop on over to Survival Life, read my review, increase your wisdom, and become more prepared.
Over the last few years, I have become increasingly frustrated with my legacy security system. I’ve been looking for an alternative and found one in the form of Simplisafe. You’ve probably heard the ads for it on the radio over the last year or so, it’s been getting a lot of attention. So I decided to contribute to the clattering by writing my own review for it on the Survival Life site. It’s really good, inexpensive, and easy to install so consider Simplisafe for your home.
Last month, I reviewed several products and wrote reviews for them to be published in Survival Life. These will be released in the coming weeks and I will link them here as well. However, the theme of these reviews is “playing with gasoline” since all of these products are related to fuel storage. To be clear, I was *testing* these products for their ability to store and dispense fuel…not to create fire and mayhem. The whole series will be worth reading because of some unexpected experiences I had along the way. There was even one product I could not review due to a design limitation. Anyway, stay tuned for more information because there will be some actionable steps you can take after you read these posts.
We don’t often think about it but how do you manage all the keys in your life? I found a really handy product called the Keysmart that does a good job of managing the keys in my EDC. Check out my review over at Survival Life to see if you should add it to your inventory.
I’ve had a ResQme car escape tool for a while and decided to write a review on it over at Survival Life. The only bad news is that I wasn’t able to break any car windows during my test. Give it a look and consider getting a few for yourself, they could save your life.
No, aliens have not abducted me, I am still here. As proof, I will offer a review I did on the Fisher Zero Gravity Space Pen for Survival Life. There are several more reviews in the queue so be on the lookout for those in the coming days and weeks. Hopefully I’ll have the capacity to write some additional articles soon.
I’ve owned a Streamlight Nano for a couple of years now and have found it to be a useful backup light. It has gone with me on several overseas trips and has come in handy a few times when I needed illumination. You can read my review of this useful little LED unit over at Survival Life. SPOILER ALERT: I like it a lot.
I’ve been using PFI’s Z-Blade for several years now and have found them to be VERY handy. Not long ago I decided to write a review on this helpful tool over at Survival Life so hop on over there and give it a look. It is a great tool to have on-hand around the house and in your various kits. I own a bunch of them and they have also proven to be popular gifts. Give it some thought and consider buying some for your preparations.
The first article I wrote for Survival Life was a review of the Sunjack 14w Portable Solar Charger. Everybody should have multiple power backup sources for their battery-powered devices (i.e., cell phones) in case of an extended power outage. If you live in an area that gets a lot of sunlight, a solar battery charger is a good option. Read the review and decide for yourself if the Sunjack is right for you.
I’ve started writing over at Survival Life and they published my first post. It’s a review of the SIG P320 so hop on over there and give it a read. More articles and reviews are on the way so stay tuned. Go ahead and bookmark that site too, lots of good articles written by thoughtful authors. Enjoy!