After what happened with the recent riots in London, it wouldn’t hurt to start planning for one closer to home. Like any other natural disaster, it doesn’t hurt to be a bit prepared, so that you’ll be able to withstand the heat, as well as fight back if need be.

7. STAY SAFE IN AN ARMORED CAR

If sh*t hits the fan, an armored vehicle will keep you safe, no matter where you’re at! The International Armored Group is a cool company that offers a wide variety of armored cars, so you can have anything from a BMW 7-Series to a Range Rover and your standard truck. You can even customize it to fit your individual needs.  And don’t forget about the Maruader armored car. Checkout Top Gear’s review.

6. KEEP AN EYE OUT

Be ready for any trouble with an outdoor home security camera. The Flood Light DVR security camera looks like a regular outdoor floodlight, but allows you to see if there are any trespassers on your property so that you’re ready for action if anything happens. It’s better to be safe than sorry!

5. A LITTLE WATER WON’T HURT

If you see a gang of people ready to get their loot on, the Jet Pulse Water Cannon System Kit will come in more than handy. Made from stainless steel, the kit has three water firing modes (short pulse, long pulse or continuous stream) so that you can do some damage with having to really harm anyone.

4. GET THE HELL OUT!

For when you accidently encounter a riot or a mob of anger people and you need to find another way, a GPS watch like Garmin’s Forerunner 610 watch  will help you find another way home. Although it’s made for running, it can still provide you with essential info you might need if you’re ever in the wrong place at the wrong time thanks to accurate GPS location, touchscreen interface and heart rate monitor so that you can tell your survival story of how fast your heart was beating when you almost got caught up on an angry mob!

3. TWO FOR ONE

When times get tough, gadgets that are multi-functional are always the best since you don’t have to go running around to get all your protective gear, making the Stun Baton Flashlight better than the baseball bat you keep by your bed. This heavy duty 16 1/2″ long strong beamed Stun Baton Flashlight is also a 130 db alarm and a 200,000 volt stun baton. It comes with an attachable red cone for signaling or danger warning.


2. GEAR UP

When all else fails, the best thing to do in case a riot occurs would be to gear up and put on some protection gear. Suiting up in some full body amour will get you pumped for action and safe from any violent blows.  We particulary like the Body Guard from David Brown.

1. INTENSIFY THE HEAT (video below)

When things get too hot and all else riot protection fails, play fire with fire and burn them. Yup, you heard right, BURN THEM! Currently in development is an Active Denial System, which is a new class of nonlethal weaponry that uses rays and energy to rapidly heat up someone’s skin, so essentially burning them. While stile not available, a nerdy geek friend can probably whip something up similar to it!










Kristie Bertucci

 
Kristie Bertucci is an L.A.-based writer, who can't live without her MacBook Pro. When she's not writing, she's either reading or shopping (online, of course) and loves lazy days so she can catch up on her DVR-recorded shows and movies. She's definitely a Mac girl, she loves music and is currently on a mission to to have an insane and enviable iTunes library.