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Corvus Batteries

Thinking of taking your home off the grid? You'd do well to stock up on some Corvus Batteries ($1,300/kWh). These lithium-ion batteries are tough enough to power super yachts and even entire communities thanks to the use of lithium nickel manganese cobalt electrodes -- beefier than standard lithium iron phosphate models -- yet affordable enough to be hooked to an on-site wind or solar power system to ensure that your compound has power without needing to pay those nasty energy bills.

  • Energizer Jumpstarter & Air Compressor

    Wintertime is nearly here, and with it comes the prospect of getting stuck somewhere with a flat tire or dead battery. Consider the Energizer Jumpstarter & Air Compressor ($135) your insurance against such a debacle. It features a 12V, 18Ah sealed lead-acid battery with an external charge indicator and a 12V internal charger for charging it up, a 250 PSI internal air compressor with pressure gauge that can inflate most auto tires in 10 minutes, two 12V DC and one three-prong AC power socket, and 4 gauge cables with a 29-inch reach, 400A insulated battery clamps, shortened clamp and reverse polarity audio alarms, and a clamp docking station in the handle. Blankets, flashlights, and a flask of belly-warming bourbon not included.

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  • HalGuard Fire Extinguishers

    While the easiest way to contain an unexpected fire and prevent severe property damage is to stop the fire from starting in the first place, but beyond that, you need a fire extinguisher — but not all of them are made the same. HalGuard Fire Extinguishers ($125-$170) were developed for racing use, and employ Halotron 1, an electrically non-conductive "clean" extinguishing agent that rapidly turns into a gas, so they're safe for parts and wiring, pose no risk of electric shock, and leave no nasty residue to clean up, whether it's in the car, house, or office.