No, it's not a real grenade — instead, the Marine-designed, USA-made Z.A.P.S. Survival Grenade is a compact, waterproofed kit designed to keep you alive in any situation. Inside the 45-feet of paracord, you'll find a steel shackle, a load bearing spring clip, a compass, a wire saw, three wire snares, a fire starter, three pieces of tinder, 30 feet of fishing line, three fish hooks, six sinkers, two barrel swivels, a knife blade, a sheet of aluminum foil, a gallon Ziploc bag, three stormproof matches with striker, a large needle, 20 feet of black thread, six water purification tablets, a whistle, duct tape, and a laminated users guide. Extensive, to say the least.
Sailing is one of the most amazing things you can do on the water, but not everyone has the means to either keep a sailboat docked somewhere when it's not in use or haul it back and forth to the water. That's where the Tiwal 3.2 Inflatable Sailboat. Billed as the very first high-performance sailing dinghy, it's 10.5 feet long, features a 56 sq.ft or 75 sq.ft sail, weighs just 111 lbs., and can accommodate two adults or one adult and two children. There's a also a pair of airtight compartments, but the bigger deal is the two included bags that it folds down into (in less than 20 minutes), making it a breeze to haul to and from the shoreline.
In an emergency, one of the most valuable things you can have is a source of light. And these days, having a way to keep your electronics going is helpful, too. The Goal Zero Torch 250 Flashlight can handle both tasks. It features a powerful 70 lumen LED floodlight and a 180 lumen LED spotlight, red emergency lights, a power saving mode that can keep things running for up to 48 hours, and a 1.5A USB port for charging your gear. A 4,400mAh lithium battery provides the juice, and when it runs down, you can either stick it in the sun and charge via the integrated solar panel, or use the convenient hand crank. Either way, you're covered.