Vivos xPoint Survival Bunker

Nov 29, 2018

Category: Living

There’s no way to tell when or if the apocalypse will actually befall us. But that doesn’t mean it’s not going to happen. As such, it might be better to be prepared. And, if you’re wealthy enough, one of the best ways to make that happen is by purchasing a Vivos xPoint Survival Bunker.

Located in the Black Hills of South Dakota — a location chosen for the fact that it’s a non-seismic area, far from major metropolitan areas, and outside the range of tsunami submersion zones — this 18-square-mile plot of land is one of the safest places in North America. And while that’s the primary selling point, the prospect is not without its creature comforts, as each unit boasts 2,200 square feet of space, arched ceilings, customizable floor plans, and LED simulations of natural outdoor lighting. There are even amenities similar to normal gated communities, including onsite 24/7 security, a members-only restaurant and bar, a gym — there’s even a medical center. Units start at $35,000 — but there is a stringent application process.

Purchase: $35,000+

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