You rarely have the luxury of knowing when a disaster will strike, so the best thing to do is make sure you’re prepared every day no matter what. These emergency tools can help you make it through a crisis—now with up to 85 percent off MSRP at the PopSci Shop.
This pocket-sized pack contains essential items for treating wounds, clearing airways, and supporting injured joints. It comes in a durable, water-resistant bag made from ballistic nylon, with a front mesh pocket for extra supplies and two Molle straps. Normally $50, the kit is now just $42.99.
If you want to take your preparation to the next level, get The Recon: First Aid Kit. This rugged pack contains a full medical kit, including bandages, splints, medication, a survival blanket, tweezers, gloves, and more. The bag is made from ballistic nylon, with a padded back and three spare pouches. Worth $250, this kit is now only $198.99.
Made to military specifications, these pocket-sized flashlights are small yet tough. They are made from aircraft aluminum alloy, and they have a range of up to one mile. Usually $100, this two-pack is now $14.99 with a hard carry case included.
This TWICE Picks Award winner is a 37,000mWh portable battery that doubles as an LED flashlight. You can use the JumpSmart to get your car running or charge your devices via the 2.4A USB port. It even stops you from hooking up the connectors incorrectly. It was $119.99, but you can get the kit now for $89.99 with the coupon code LIMITLESS25.
This smart little device plugs into your car to provide live diagnostics. It connects to your phone via Bluetooth, and the companion app will help you understand faults and get remote help from technicians. Worth $54.95, the scanner is now $36.99 with lifetime support included.
Another great diagnostic tool is THINKDIAG, which raised over $127k on Kickstarter. This device offers 16 maintenance functions to keep your car running smoothly, and it works with 95 percent of all vehicles on the road. It’s rated at 4.4 stars on Amazon and is currently $20 off at $99.99 with one year of service.
Although it measures just 2.8 inches long, the EverRatchet has seven wrenches on board, making it handy for a variety of repairs you might come across. It also has a wire stripper, a bottle opener, metric and imperial rulers, and a box opener. Usually priced at $27.99, the stainless steel version is now $24.99 with a Flint2Go fire flint thrown in.
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