An outbreak of the zombie virus spread across the globe overnight. Some say it’s man-made. Others claim it’s from outer space. Either way, TEOTWAWKI is here. If you’re reading this, you’re one of the few survivors still with Internet. The following is the best zombie gear for the apocalypse from the Living Ready Store....
Despite my initials, I have no intention of leading you into pastures of bovine manure when it comes to survival gear, friends. Neither does the rest of the Living Ready staff. Case in point: the Living Ready Store. On a daily basis, we receive solicitations from survival gear companies to place products in our...
Cell phone outages added to the confusion following the tragic events of the 2013 Boston Marathon. Here's how ham radio played a role in providing alternative communications. It's a good reminder to have a backup plan for your cell phone during a disaster.
Arguably the most versatile of the emergency radio services, amateur radio allows you to operate on virtually every mode and band, and push out a full legal limit of 1500 watts. You’ll need an amateur radio license to transmit. Here's what you need to know.
In our modern gadget-centric world, the Eton FRX3 fills a unique role. It’s a small, multi-use emergency radio ideal as a first line of defense for families. It even charges cell phones.
When cellular networks fail due to natural or man-made disaster, two-way radio still works. Find out why.
When all else fails, two-way radio still gets through.
When cell phone networks and the Internet go down, old-fashioned ham radio keeps emergency communication traffic humming as Hurricane Isaac zeroes in on the Gulf Coast.