Customized all-in-one survival rig



Product Description

This is a portable and rugged device is a prepper’s dream.  It offers a variety of offline applications for emergency and survival situations, including navigation, communication, and data analysis.  Ideal for remote and challenging environments.

Note: this product is made by a partner and will require 2-3 months build time.  Please reach out with any questions prior to purchase!


1. archived stack overflow articles for reverse engineering, robotics, signal processing, vim, hardware recommendations, electrical engineering, photography, “the great outdoors”, sustainable living, earth science, vegetarianism, biology, cryptography, engineering, coffee, chemistry, puzzling, poker, constructed languages, parenting, writing, travel answers, alcohol, retrocomputing, amateur radio, health, raspberry pi, network engineering, bicycles, super users, pets, software engineering, physical fitness, philosophy, sports, arduino, woodworking, android, 3d printing, computational science, mythology, apple hardware, software recommendations, cooking, chess, unix, artificial intelligence, aviation, expatriates, and home brewing

2. The entire IFixIt database with 184,312 step-by-step guides including pictures

3. The Wikivoyage database

4. The stacks project

5. Medical journals including:

6. US Army Special Forces Medical Handbook, ST 31-91B, 1 March 1982

7. First Aid, U.S. Army Field Manual 4-25.11, 23 December 2002

8. First Aid for Soldiers, U.S. Army Field Manual 21-11, 28 August 1989

9. Bandaging and Splinting, U.S. Army Field Manual 8-50, June 1957

10. The Ship’s Medicine Chest and Medical Aid at Sea, U.S. Coast Guard, 2003 Edition

11. Emergency Childbirth, a joint publication of the Department of Defense and the Department of Health and Human Services, 1970

12. Family Guide Emergency Health Care, a joint publication of the Department of Defense and the Department of Health and Human Services, 1971

13. War Psychiatry, Office of the Surgeon General, U.S. Army, 1995

14. Military Dermatology (Redacted), Office of the Surgeon General, U.S. Army, 1995

15. Unit Field Sanitation Team, U.S. Army Field Manual 4-25.12, 25 January 2002

16. Hospital Corpsman, US Navy Nonresident Training Course, August 2000

17. Radiation Health Protection Manual, Department of the Navy, August 2001

18. Personnel Dosimetry Guidance and Dose Recording Procedures for Personnel Occupationally Exposed to Ionizing Radiation, Joint Army Pamphlet 40-18, 30 June 1995

19. Handling Procedures for Equipment Contaminated with Depleted Uranium or Radioactive Commodities, US Army Pamphlet 700-48, 27 September 2002

20. Disinfection and Sterilization of Dental Instruments and Materials, US Army Technical Bulletin, 31 May 1995

21. Sterilizing Medical, Surgical, Dental and Veterinary Materiel, US Army Technical Bulletin, 2 May 1987

22. Malaria Prevention and Control, Navy Medical Department Pocket Guide, September 2000

23. Preventive Medicine, Department of the Army Pamphlet 40-11, 22 July 2005

24. Preventive Medicine Services, Army Field Manual 4-02.17, 28 August 2000

25. Division and Brigade Surgeon’s Handbook, Army Field Manual 4-02.21, 15 November 2000

26. WikiMed database (63,538 medical articles)

27. interactive simulation database

28. cheat sheets, revision aids, and quick references

29. 90GB worth of .stl files on 3d printable guns, ammunition, and general armaments

30. improved munitions handbook

31. recipe database and software with 19,147 downloaded recipes

32. multiple downloaded maps including viewing software

33. geany IDE for programming (including libraries)

34. gqrx and gnu-radio sir software to be paired with a half duplex transceiver

35. DOSBOX with a collection of every dos game from 1987-1993 (zipped for efficiency)

36. wifi access point to serve out all of this Information with ssh and vnc capabilities

37. gps mouse to pair with navigational software

38. gprs capability (sim card not included), use this to call and text with cellular along with access to the internet everything offline of course as for power: 19-hour internal battery life with ups capability, step-down converters permit voltages from 5-24v to run the device, internal inline fuse pops if the board exceeds the maximum safe amperage (3-amp fuses, found as car’s windshield washer fuses)