With people’s constant fear of doomsday, Armageddon, the apocalypse, and nuclear attacks, it’s no wonder why Vivos Company thought of creating something that would put an end to the paranoia. No matter what life-threatening situation comes, Vivos wants you to be safe, as it introduces the Vivos xPoint underground bunkers.
Remember when we thought 2012 was the end of the world? Everyone felt a bit of a panic on the inside, thinking what might happen when the clock strikes 12 on December 31, 2012.
Obviously, that didn’t happen, and we all had another five years in the making. Last year has been dubbed the worst year for most people, given how politics, celebrity deaths, terrorist attacks, and natural disasters hit us hard.
Now, although 2017 is a new year, with a chance to mend what last year broke, the fear of possible deaths couldn’t be taken away from most people.
That very reason, death, Vivos Company decided to build luxury underground bunkers for the richest people on earth.
Vivos xPoint Luxury Bunkers
The company’s new development is the Vivos xPoint, considered the largest private shelter community on earth.
The Business Insider reported that the bunker could house up to about 5,000 people. Additionally, these bunkers can withstand a 500,000-pound blast.
All in all, according to the NY Post, there are 575 bunkers covering nine square miles inside Vivos property, located in South Dakota. Vivos noted it as “the point in time when only the prepared will survive.”
The army originally used the structures to store weapons and ammunition. The bunkers were so strong, even when the bombs inside them explode, they wouldn’t disintegrate.
On the other hand, while it looks fancy and life-saving, they don’t have electricity, air filters, and plumbing. That said, future owners would be responsible for those.
If you have been wondering how much it’ll cost you to avail one, you need to deposit $25,000. In that case, you would get a 99-year lease, but would have to pay $1,000 for an additional year.
Its basic renovations include an escape hatch, fuel tank, air vents, wiring, and plumbing cost $12,000.