These amazing survival, or bug out homes were designed as replacement homes for the earthquake that hit Haiti a few years back. We think they would be perfect as a home to bug out to, or even a wilderness cabin.
Known as a SafeT Home, it is made by a company that that produces farm equipment, and grain silos. It has doors, windows, and is 8 feet high by 18 feet in diameter. It also has a built in water catchment. They would be fairly easy to build yourself if you didn’t want to buy one. This survival home makes a whole lot of sense.
According to the company that makes them:
Sukup Safe T HomesTM are engineered structures that are suitable for all phases of recovery effort. They are quick and easy to construct, making them ideal for emergency situations.
The all-steel construction makes the Sukup Safe T Home perfect for longer-term use, since they are weather-, fire- and termite-proof. They are also movable, making them well suited to transitional shelter needs.
The round shape of the Safe T Home allows the unit to withstand high winds. They are also virtually earthquake-proof.
Watch the video, and take a peek inside. What do you think about these as a survival home? The price we are told to buy one of these is around $5700. You can see more info about these Safe T Homes at http://www.sukup.com/Buildings/Details/144
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