Now You Can Survive Zombie Apocalypse By Living In A Zombie Proof Cabin

Most of us believe that a zombie apocalypse is going to take place and they are busy preparing for the apocalypse. This is where the Tiger Log Cabins come in with a product that has been designed for countering the zombie apocalypse. Their invention is the first of its kind, a zombie-proof log cabin, which has been created while considering the zombie attacks that may take place and even the worst case scenarios have been given due consideration.

The cabin has been named as Zombie Fortification Cabin – 1 or ZFC-1 and comes along with the guarantee that you will be protected from zombies for up to 10 years while taking shelter in this cabin. The cabin’s boundaries have barbed wire and it comes with a hatch for escape. There is a storage unit for weapons and supplies inside the cabin to sustain human life. The upper deck has a 360-degree view to make sure that the person inside is capable of identifying approaching zombies.

ZFC-1 is comprised of 3 sections that are independent from one another. Installing double security doors that are lockable separates the sections. This means that even if a breach takes place, the zombies shall have to tackle the 3 security doors. The doors have been built with highest quality material and a glazing of factory silicone has been embedded into all doors and windows. Zombies will be unable to reach the roof because the cabin has square cut logs located at the edges of cabin.

There is, for obvious reasons, no means of confirming if this cabin really is effective or not. However, the company does print the warning, “Please note – we require medical evidence of the presence of a real zombie should you wish to claim under the 10-year anti zombie guarantee.” The cabin, overall speaking, is designed to enhance survival. The company’s website says, “The on-going threat of an imminent zombie apocalypse has inspired Tiger Log Cabins to create the world’s first zombie proof log cabin. Even for skeptics who still walk amongst us, we urge absolute caution and can only advise that ‘just in case’ for the maximum protection possible, this could really be a lifesaving purchase.”

Whether it really saves lives or if a zombie apocalypse ever takes place is still unknown, however, the known fact is that the product is priced over $110,000 and the installation cost is $20,000. One can add further security measures if needed such as security cameras, big bear water cannon, searchlights and what not. For those of you who are willing to get this cabin, please note that you need permission from local body before purchasing it.

The reviews include one from an angry zombie as well, featured on the company’s website, and it reads, “I officially HATE this zombie proof log cabin!!” wrote Roger Rotter the Zombie. “Having roamed our way through the landmines, in just about one piece, a cluster of us avoided the flamethrowers and made it to the walls. No matter what we tried (eating through the walls, climbing to the roof etc) we just couldn’t break in. I have been forced therefore to rate this product 1 out of 5 – to clear up any confusion this is NOT suitable for zombies!!!” Check out the youtube video below for more details: