The ultimate survival shelter. Engineered for tsunami, earthquake, tornado, hurricane, floods, fire and man made disasters.
"SurvivalPod" shelter is easily shipped and located in an optimal location for quick entry. Our experts will assist in your location process with each purchase. Whether in the garage, back or side yard or even built into a special location in your home or business. Location or proximity to your home or business will depend primarily on the highest level of disaster in your geographic area.
"SurvivalPod" is a lifelong investment, American families move every six years on average. Unlike other underground shelters, you can easily take your saferoom "SurvivalPod" portable shelter with you. Your shelter can be handed down from one generation to the next, always increasing in value.
While standing ready for an emergency situation, "SurvivalPod" stays plugged in keeping its batteries charged and the ventilation system intermitenly running to keep air fresh and ready at all times. Also while standing ready for a major disaster, "SurvivalPod" serves as a safe room; with a television, radio, cell phone chargers, periscope and commode. If there's any sign of intruders you can quickly get in feeling safe and comfortable in your bullet proof surroundings until help can arrive.
Our large combination safe built into "SurvivalPod" gives you the security of knowing no matter what happens on the outside your valuables will be protected. Photos, documents, family heirlooms, weapons etc...
Our Survival Pods are the first patented portable survival shelter To view a copy of the complete US Patent # 20070251159 Click Here
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Notorious natural disasters have underscored the need for improved sheltering. For example, the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake, also known as the Asian Tsunami or Boxing Day Tsunami, was an undersea earthquake measuring between 9.1 and 9.3 that occurred on Dec. 26, 2004. The resulting tsunami devastated the shores of Indonesia, Sri Lanka, South India, Thailand, and other countries with waves up to 100 feet, claiming over 180,000 lives and leaving another 42,000 missing. Also, Hurricanes Katrina and Rita struck the U.S. Gulf Coast on Aug. 29, 2005, and Sep. 24, 2005, respectively, causing severe damage from flooding due to a two-story storm surge, powerful winds, and heavy rains. More than 200,000 people were displaced by the hurricanes.