21 Useful Stocking Stuffers to Help Survive the End of the World

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All signs are pointing to the Earth being on the verge of a global catastrophe, and if you don’t prepare yourself you’re going to be on the side of people that don’t make it through. If you plan on having your family make it through somewhat unscathed you need to use this holiday season as a way to gift yourselves the items needed when society starts unraveling.

21 Useful Stocking Stuffers- to help survive the end of the world.

LifeStraw

This straw could be a lifesaver when there isn’t anymore water available. It filters as you suck up the water, so you can drink as much as you want assured that you’re not drinking any impurities that would make you sick. Be sure to get one for every family member, because even when the world is at its end you won’t want to share.

$14.99

Survival Seed Vault

When you’re forced to repopulate the world’s food supply after a global meltdown, you’ll be glad you have your seed vault at the ready. It features 20 different types of seeds, all non-GMO and hermetically sealed in the case. You can grow these fruits and vegetables, replant the seeds, and keep the process going indefinitely as you expand your operations.

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Pocket Chainsaw

You’ll never know when you’ll need to cut down a tree in a post-apocalyptic world. There’s no guarantee that you’ll have a gas powered chainsaw available for the job, so it’s good to have one of these in your survival kit because it is manual powered, but does a similar job.

$19.55

The Worst Case Scenario Survival Handbook

Most of the time we fluctuate somewhere between best case scenario and the status quo, but when the worst case scenario pops up, what do you do? This handbook will teach you the tips and tricks you need to survive if you find yourself in a life-threatening situation like battling a crocodile or delivering a baby.

$11.90

Survival Bracelet

With over nine feet of paracord you’ll have a handy material that can help you out in a survival situation. There’s also an emergency whistle that you can blow to alert others to your presence. It’s fully adjustable so it can fit big wrists and small wrists, and is comfortable to wear while out hiking.

$7.47

Survival Kit in a Sardine Can

There are 25 items in total all stuffed into this sardine can making it a great stocking stuffer. Why a sardine can, you ask? It’s because it’s waterproof, crushproof, and airtight, so it will keep all of the items clean, dry, and ready to be used as soon as you pop it open. Stores easily in a backpack or glove compartment.

Pocket Pal Multifunction Sharpener

When the world has ended you’ll still need to cut things up, and that means you’ll need to sharpen knives and scissors. This sharpener is small enough to fit in a pocket, and is capable of sharpening a wide range of cutting utensils. It’s lightweight and has a hole in it for carrying on a lanyard.

$6.99

Stormproof Match Kit

These matches can make it through anything, including being submerged in water. The video demonstration is pretty convincing. These matches can get stamped on, buried, held underwater, and as soon as they’re given a chance to recover they do, flaring back up and allowing you to light what you need lit.

$6.99

Survival Series FIre Starter

This fire starter is something cavemen wish they would have had. It makes starting a fire in the wild super easy, as it generates plenty of sparks that can light dry kindling in no time. It’s produced by Bear Grylls and is manufactured by Gerber, which is known for making high quality survival gear.

$7.90

Classic Survival Tool

This is classic survival tool, but if you’ve never seen it you might wonder what it does exactly. It has the ability to saw wood, can be used as a knife, can open cans, and also acts as a screwdriver and ruler. It is flat so it stores away easily when not needed. It’s also very durable, made out of stainless steel.

$1.70

SAS Survival Guide

No matter what life throws at you, you’ll be able to survive it with this handy guide. It’s been around for awhile and has recently been updated to include all of the latest technology that can help in sticky situations. The reviews on this are nothing but stellar, so you know you’re getting reliable info.

$6.73

Hand Turbine Emergency Radio

When things go south the radio will become your source of information, even if you don’t listen to it a lot on a daily basis. This emergency radio features a hand crank, so you don’t have to worry about batteries or plugging it in. You can even use it to give your smartphone enough juice to make a call or tell you where you are with the GPS.

$54.99

Build the Perfect Bug Out Bag

Having a bug-out bag is essential if you plan on making it through the first 72 hours of a crisis situation. It’s not meant for long-term survival, more like evacuation, which is what you’ll be doing when the world is crashing down around you. This book shows you how to do it right the first time.

$11.17

100 Hour Plus Emergency Candle

Candles are the light of choice when the power goes out, but the drawback is they don’t last as long as needed. This candle will get you through the first 3 days or so of learning to live with no electricity, and can provide the light you need to read and see by. It produces no odor and no smoke so it’s far superior to conventional candles.

$11.05

Potable Aqua Water Treatment Tablets

These tablets might not turn questionable water into Evian, but at least it will make it drinkable. When you have no good water supplies available, you can’t be too picky about what you drink. By using these tablets as directed you’ll at least be killing off the bacteria that makes you sick.

$6.95

Survival Poncho

This poncho will not only keep you dry in wet conditions, it’s bright orange making you easily visible from far away or from high up in the air. It’s lightweight, and they point out that you can use the container it comes in to collect water, and also to store the poncho after use.

$5.99

Military Prismatic Sighting Compass

This compass won’t steer you wrong, and is well made so that you don’t have to worry about it falling apart at an inopportune time. When the GPS satellites go offline you won’t be able to use your smartphone anymore to tell you where you are. You’ll need a reliable compass and this is it.

$8.96

Emergency Survival Fishing Kit

Get back to basics in a survival situation with this fishing kit that provides the bare essentials to catching a fish. It contains lures, weights, and floats, and even salmon eggs so you’ll have the best shot at catching your dinner. It all comes packed up in a sturdy metal case for easy storage.

$12.99

QuickClot

Someone’s bound to get hurt when everything starts looking like a Hollywood disaster flick. And when that happens you’ll be glad you have this QuikClot, since it helps stop the bleeding and helps wounds seal up faster. It could be just what’s needed to keep things from getting uglier.

$15.99

LifeHammer

They say you’re supposed to have one of these in your car even if you’re not expecting the world to come to an end. It’s a hammer that can easily bust through a car window, which is helpful if you ever find yourself trapped in a car you need out of.

$25.95

The Prepper’s Pocket Guide

Here’s a list of 101 things you can do to make sure you don’t get caught off guard when anarchy ensues. It helps you figure out how much water you’ll need, shows you how to start stockpiling food reserves without putting a dent in your budget, and even how to cook when the electricity is out.

$9.49

8 DIY Gifts for Surviving the Apocalypse

Lego Chess Board

Here’s how to make this a stocking stuffer: just stuff the minifigure pieces into the stocking, and give them the board separately after they figure out what it is. When the end of world hits, you’ll be glad you have something to pass the time.

Handmade Playing Cards

The end of the world is going to involve a lot of hunkering down and waiting it out while the zombies outside eat everyone and eventually themselves. These homemade playing cards will remind you of a simpler time when the world wasn’t ending.

DIY Harmonica

In almost every post-apocalyptic movie someone breaks out a harmonica and starts playing a tune. Enable them to be that person when they have this DIY harmonica. It hits just the right note to make everyone nostalgic for the olden times.

Upcycled Checkers Game

Put these checkers in a stocking and you’ll have the perfect way to while away the hours when it’s just you and your family left in the world. The board won’t fit in the stocking of course, so just give it to them on the side.

Zombie Make-up Tutorial

If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em. At some point you may have to venture out there to get needed supplies. With this makeup tutorial you’ll be able to fit right in. Buy the items needed and bundle them up as a fun stocking stuffer.

Mason Jar Matchbox

You’re going to need matches to start fires when there isn’t any infrastructure left in our society. You might as well have a matchbox that looks good. You can make this mason jar matchbox which will keep the matches nice and dry.

Knitting Tutorial

With this knitting tutorial you’ll be able to learn how to knit all sorts of stocking stuffer items like socks, beanies, and mittens. Plus when the end of the world hits you’ll have a great hobby that will help you stay sane.

Got Brains? T-Shirt

Stuff this into their stocking and they’ll be able to put it on and relate with all of the zombies out there. Only a zombie would ask if you’ve got brains, so this will help them fit in when they need to leave the house for something.

   

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