A few years ago, a California-based company called Vivos produced snickers when it introduced a series of luxury survival bunkers. Equipped with all the medical, recreational, and other gear one might need when the world comes to an end, the bunkers seemed to have it all. Only one problem: Starting at tens of thousands of dollars, they were beyond the budget of most suburban survivalists. Enter the Vivos 1000, a “bargain” economy-class bunker, which you can squeeze into for just $9,950 per person. “Now, virtually anyone can afford a boarding pass,” the company says.
Here’s a look at what exactly $10,000 will get you when the world ends