Emergency Sleeping Bag, Survival Bag, Emergency Zone Brand, Reflective Blanket, 1, 5 and 10 Packs Available

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Emergency Zone Brand. The Emergency Sleeping Bag is made of the same Mylar material as our emergency blanket but is formed into a sleeping bag to prevent heat loss even more efficiently. The bag retains 80 percent of body heat and is wind and waterproof. The bag measures 36 x 84 inches.

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Customer Reviews

Good survival backup and great gifts

 on November 16, 2009
By BB Indiana
Bought several of these to hand out to friends. While they look flimsy they are quite difficult to puncture. The conductive metalized surface is on the inside. In bright light you can see through one. These are so much warmer than a blanket made of the same material (I have both). The bag is about the size of a ‘big hand’ and can easily fit in the car, tackle box, even a coat pocket. They are very reflective and would be easy to spot from the air, just ‘crunch them up’ so there are many different reflecting angles. When they arrived, I unpacked one and tried it at 70 degrees F and became too warm in about 2 min… Once you unfold this thing, you will never get it back in the bag so I use a ‘vacuum seal’ food bag for used ones. Highly recommend everyone have one for each person. Keep a couple in the car, boat, camper, house, etc.

Exactly what I needed to winter over my banana plant!

 on January 2, 2014
By Deb the garden girl
I am an avid gardener in the Seattle area and we have a semi-hardy banana plant in our courtyard that requires winter protection in order to survive our Zone 7 climate. I had tried several methods of protection over the years including ferns and bubble wrap and the plant always died all the way to the ground each winter. It would come back the next summer but never managed to get more than about three feet tall before the first hard freeze.

Impressed

 on January 15, 2017
By TJ69
I experimented with an orange survival sleeping bag and this Mylar sleeping bag. I tried the orange bag first.

Any backpacker/camper should have one

 on June 5, 2014
By Scott (Technogeek)
I experimented with this on a 28F night. I used my cheap sleeping bag only for about one hour and was chilly.

These are great for the price paid.

 on May 17, 2014
By GLIverson
These are designed to be used in case of emergency. They are simply a thin plastic reflective liners/covers that will undoubtedly do the job intended and do not break the bank doing so. Low cost, very tight and compact, easy to use, easy to get rid of when worn out, and are low priced. How can you beat that? These are not super heavy and extra high quality or the price would be 3 to 4 times as much…. right? So for compact service in case of emergency, they are just light enough to be small & easy to store, but heavy enough to not fall apart toooooo easily either. 🙂 Good deal for the money. Enjoy.

A space blanket you can step into

 on February 9, 2014
By Herblady22
The problem with space blankets is that any breeze blows them open and would not prevent hypothermia. This is already closed, can fit a large person inside (or two very friendly thinner people, which can help rewarm someone). I’d repackage it in a ziplock freezer bag because, as with space blankets, you will not be able to fold it back up. Can go over sleeping bags but be aware that it is not breathable and you don’t want to sweat in the cold.

Think Moon Blanket Except you slide inside

 on November 26, 2014
By Richard Gustaf Erickson
I’m 6″5″ and bigger than I should be. I could not get my head in, but I got good coverage with it. This bag performs. One thing, my feeling is that it is super to have around for an emergency of whatever kind, but once you unfold it, you’ll never get it back to the package size that it is when when you got it.

I hope I do not have to use it.

 on February 22, 2014
By Joel Tay
I hope I don’t ever have to use it, but this seems to have help many people in dire situations according to the reviews. This is not an expensive item to so it is going into my car repair/safety kit in case I do need it in an “Emergency”. $6.50 sounds like an affordable “insurance” to have should you be stuck in a car in cold weather. .

DOESN’T COST MUCH, MAY BE GLAD OF IT SOME DAY

 on May 11, 2012
By Amazon Customer
I bought this as part of a kit for emergencies. It doesn’t take up much room in the car, and doesn’t cost much, and it’s comforting to know it’s there.

About William Douglas

My passion is to teach what was passed down to me – the skills of self-sufficient living. Some call it survival or prepping. I call it wisdom. And my goal is to convey my wisdom and knowledge in a way that is doable for the average person.

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