One of the best reasons for owning a Victorio grain mill is that you will be able to use it around the house to make your own flour in the time before the apocalyptic event arrives. It's small and lightweight meaning that you'll be able to pack it with you in your larger bug out bags and have the peace of mind that baking your own bread and making your own pasta brings to your long term survival prospects.
The first thing you'll notice in any store that stocks the Victorio grain mill range is that you have the choice between the standard and deluxe models. The standard model comes in at around $55 and the deluxe model will set you back around $85, so the question is whether the deluxe is worth the additional $30. For the extra cash, you'll get:
Your final decision will be dictated, in part, by your budget but also how much flour you need to produce at any one time. If you have a smaller survival party or a smaller production area for wheat or oats, then the standard model will be fine. However, if you're planning to make bread or other baked goods a mainstay of your survival diet, the deluxe mill, with or without the motor, will be a better choice as you'll be able to get to the baking part of the recipe a lot quicker.
Both mills come with a coarseness adaptor allowing you to change the size of the grounds that are produced. This will allow you to make coarse ground flour that will be useful for bread and more fine ground flour for pasta and biscuits. You'll also be able to use the coarseness settings to help you grind a whole range of nuts, seeds and dried herbs. It will be worth experimenting with your Victorio grain mill ahead of time to see what can be ground up and what can't.