Whether your loved one is a prepper or not, these survival gifts will give you great options on what Christmas present to give your loved ones!
Survival Gifts Every Prepper Would Love to Receive
Survival Gift Ideas This Christmas
I don't know about you guys, but it's hard for me to believe that Christmas is already right around the corner. It seems like yesterday when it was still 100 degrees outside.
Time quickly flies especially this time of year. There's no time to lose when it comes to shopping for Christmas—it will be here before you know it!
So if you've got a prepper in the family, take some time to look at these Christmas survival gifts below.
1. HyBeam Flashlight
In any life-threatening situation, one of the most important tools to have is a flashlight. A prepper knows better than to leave home without it.
The HyBeam Flashlight makes an excellent gift due to its super bright CREE bulb and waterproof and shockproof aluminum body. Not only is it bright and tough, but it also has the perfect size for preppers to bring it anywhere conveniently.
2. The Stutz Monogrammed Wallet
Micro-wallets are safer and more secure than your average bulky wallet. Not only that, the Stutz monogrammed wallet is made of buffalo leather—the toughest leather on the planet.
Plus, who doesn't want a nice new wallet with a class of its own?
3. Hoffman-Richter Wolf Fixed Blade Survival Knife
The titanium-coated razor-sharp steel blade knife has an unbreakable 4-inch long full tang blade. It comes with a sheath and a lifetime guarantee.
What is a full tang? It is a one-piece knife with two handle pieces on each side. The knife, therefore, is pinned between the handle. The WOLF will quickly become a prepper's new favorite knife.
4. The Mini EDT
Keeping a multi-tool in your everyday carry makes it convenient to finish some quick tasks.
5. Rechargeable Headlamp
Having a good and reliable headlamp makes it easier to administer first aid, or fix something that needs both of your hands. I'm pretty sure you don't want to hold a flashlight in your mouth.
A rechargeable headlamp is an awesome Christmas gift that every prepper and survivalist will love.
6. Matador Pocket Blanket
The Matador Pocket Blanket is a great survival gift for preppers who love the outdoors. They can use this on various trips to the beach, forest, festivals, and even when doing yoga.
Its miniature size makes it easy to store in a purse or pocket. Further, this blanket is water-repellant, which means it will keep preppers dry and comfortable when needed.
7. Go Time Gear Life Bivy Emergency Sleeping Bag
Wow, your prepper loved ones with a Go Time Gear Life Bivy survival gift. This thermal Bivvy can be used as an emergency bivy sack, survival sleeping bag, and mylar emergency blanket.
This also includes a stuff sack with a survival whistle and a paracord string!
No prepper gear is complete without a paracord. Paracords offer a near-endless use every prepper will absolutely want in their bug-out bag. It is a versatile tool that can withstand any challenges the great outdoors may bring.
9. BLAVOR Solar Charger Power Bank Solar Battery Charger
This gift is great for both preppers and non-preppers. It is important to have a solar battery charger, so you can still use some of your gadgets in the event the grid goes down.
10. Emergency Food Rations
An empty stomach can hinder your ability to think clearly, which is a must in a survival situation. This is why emergency food rations are mainstays in every survival pack.
What makes these rations different is they are packed with essential vitamins and minerals that increase the survival chances of a prepper. This is critical when the food source is scarce.
Emergency food rations can last up to five years making it a good investment.
11. Water Filter
This is an ideal gift for your survivalist loved one who loves camping as this small, light, and compact water filter is versatile and can be easily used. You can use it as a filter straw. Simply place the straw in the water and drink filtered water.
You can screw it into many different bottles like Coke bottles or the 16oz bag that it comes with. It also combines well with collapsible water bottles. You can easily use this as an in-line water filter with back-pack water bladders.
12. LifeStraw Personal Water Filter
This is a perfect survival gift for your family and friends who loves hiking, camping, or traveling. And a great addition to anybody's prepper bug-out bag.
This official LifeStraw personal water filter will provide 792 gallons (3,000 liters) of safe drinking water without using chemicals, or iodine, surely this is one of the best survival gifts for your loved ones.
This straw promises to remove 99.9999% of bacteria including Escherichia coli (e-coli), campylobacter, vibrio cholera, pseudomonas aeruginosa, shigella, salmonella, and 99.9% of protozoa including giardia lamblia (beaver fever), cryptosporidium parvum, entamoeba histolytica.
It actually has no shelf life which makes its storage indefinite even after use.
Christmas is fast approaching and most of us are already done creating a shopping list. If you have a prepper friend or relative, we hope these Christmas gifts will be a big help in narrowing down your choices.
We're sure every prepper will truly appreciate these gifts and will use them in no time!
Do you know other great Christmas survival gifts? Share it with us in the comments section below!
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on July 08, 2023, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.
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