Z.E.R.O. – Zombie Apocalypse Kit

Jan 7, 2016

Category: Gear

Over the years we have been doing our best to prepare for inevitable Zombie Apocalypse. Although we don’t know exactly when it will happen, it’s better to be safe than sorry which is exactly why the Z.E.R.O. Apocalypse Kit gets a huge cosign from us.

The most comprehensive collection of Zombie prevention gear, the Zombie Extermination, Research, and Operations Kit (or Z.E.R.O. Kit for short) comes with everything you would ever need including weapons, tools, and plenty of protective gear all specifically designed to protect you from the forthcoming zombie onslaught. The exhaustive package features items like Kevlar gloves, thermal vision cameras, foldable solar panel battery charger, knives, a tactical watch, and a whole lot more. And if it seems to be a bit short on firearms, that’s because the company knows that ammunition will be in short supply, and eventually run out completely during the war. The only thing you’ll need is a Zombie-proof ride. You can pick up the complete Z.E.R.O. Kit for a cool $24,000. Check out the full list of weapons included at Optics Planet. [Purchase]

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