Whether you are preparing for an emergency at home, on the road, or on a camping trip, the correct tools and equipment can go a long way to making life easier – and safer. Almost everyone has a few tools to help with ordinary repairs and household problems, such as hammers and screwdrivers. However, during the possibly extreme conditions that you may face during an automobile accident, disaster at home, or campsite emergency you will need a wider range of tools to get the job done safely and easily.
Horror stories of people being trapped in their vehicles following an accident alert us to the need to exit the car or truck quickly. Unfortunately, there are times when the doors are deformed so badly that they will not open or the vehicle has plunged into the water. One of the Houdini escape tools can make significant difference in surviving such an accident, and one even attaches to your key-chain so it will always be at hand.
Winter travel can sometimes get you stuck in a snow bank when the roads are slippery. It would often be possible to continue on your journey if you could somehow dig out – your hands are basically useless for this. Folding or put-together snow shovels could be the answer to this problem. These handy shovels, which take up little space in the car, can make the difference between waiting for help and being able to get back on the road.
Tools make life easier, as well as safer, and camping or survival can be simpler with a Hand Chain Saw, which will enable you to cut wood for heating or cooking without the need for an unwieldy piece of equipment. This can fit right into a backpack without trouble, as can several light sticks and a Swiss Army Style Knife that can help you through 13 different jobs.
All the tools we offer can prove their worth in nearly any situation: camping, hiking, survival, disaster, emergency, or everyday living. Work Gloves Leather Palm or Heavy Duty Work Gloves can make any job around the yard, garage, or campsite safer, and will be nearly indispensable when dealing with the after effects of disasters such as earthquakes, hurricanes, or tornadoes. Combine the work gloves with face masks to provide protection against dust and goggles to protect your eyes and you will be able to get through most projects without trouble.