Emergency Thermal Blanket 52″ x 84″ (4 Pack)

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Amazon Price: $4.75 (as of October 25, 2016 3:11 am – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Our emergency thermal blanket provides warmth and deflects heat in hot climate, providing compact emergency protection in all weather conditions. Reusable, waterproof and windproof. This compact emergency blanket can be used as emergency shelter. Also great for camping, hiking, and surviving the cold outdoors. Excellent as liner of sleeping bag. Made of durable insulating mylar material designed by NASA for space exploration. Blanket size is standard 52" x 84". Retains/reflects back 90% of body heat. Pack of 4 blankets.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • ASIN: B005HSLRZ2

Customer Reviews

Actually had to use one in a real emergency

 on March 14, 2015
By None
I got lost while snowshoe hiking – Mountain Rescue was out looking for me all night. Had to spend the night on the ground in snow country, in 25F temp. Had one of these blankets. My recommendations: They work but don’t expect them to replace a winter sleeping bag or heavy clothing. There is no substitute for actual insulation on your body.. Don’t depend on just one, carry at least two, one for your upper body and one for your legs. They get somewhat brittle in cold weather, so I will probably carry three of them; by morning, mine was in three pieces. They only work by reflecting heat, so you need to be off the ground – I cut pine branches to put on the ground as an insulating layer. And in an emergency, don’t expect to be toasty warm with these things. Expect to be a little warmer than you will be without them. I could tell a difference with the blanket, but it was still colder than you can imagine. These blankets aren’t magic. If you put them in your car for emergencies, I’d still carry candles and matches to warm the interior. And if you are hiking, have a way to build a fire. I had a fire, but damp wood kept me from having the fire I really wanted.

Good for the price

 on June 24, 2015
By L.A. Biker
One of those things you get “to have around” in case of a real emergency without really having a chance to test it [since basically, once you open the vacuum-sealed packet & unroll the thing, you use it & throw it away when done.] I remember my 1st exposure to a mylar blanket a couple of decades ago [I was an “Osh-man,” working in that sporting goods chain back in the dark days of the early ’80s, when Ronald Reagan was dragging the USA out of the morass of stag-flation & presidential indirection the country had suffered under Jimmy Carter] and the realization that this fallout from the NASA space program was a truly revolutionary product. Since then, I’ve always kept one or two kicking around the glove box or trunk in any vehicle I’ve owned, or in the box of camping supplies waiting for the next sojourn. Nothing to get too excited about here, which is why I only gave it 4 stars out of five: these seem decent enough, but I’ll hopefully never have occasion to give them a truly in-depth review.

Great for summer window coverings…with a twist

 on April 19, 2013
By William Walsh
Like a couple of other reviewers my primary reason for this purchase was to help insulate a couple of windows in my apartment that have direct sunlight on them during the hottest part of the day. What I have done is I cut a piece of thick cardboard to the size of each of the windows. Then I took the mylar blankets and wrapped the cardboard with them and used duct tape to hold them in place.

In case of emergency!

 on February 27, 2014
By FA Cabs
As an eternal “what if” worrier, added these emergency thermal blankets to the emergency equipment which my wife and I always carry around in our cars. Just in case one of us (family) gets stranded or if it is to help a stranger. The imprint of the blankets is tiny, thus taking up little space, and the price more than reasonable (especially in view of the potential life-saving qualities of these blankets.) Hopefully, we’ll never have to use the blankets; just in case, we now have them on board.

Great for Emergencies and the Bulk Price is Unbeatable!

 on February 14, 2014
By OutdoorEnthusiast
I bought these to put in the house, car, and backpack in case we ever get stuck somewhere in a blizzard since we live in New England. Typical emergency blanket quality and once you unwrap them you won’t be able to fold them up the same way again, so it will be much larger. The bulk price is a big deal as these are $3 a piece at most retailers. Pick them up here when you can.

Great piece of mind for a buck!

 on March 15, 2014
By Randy
Toss it in the vehicle and forget about it…until you need it. Could easily mean the difference between life and death.

it’s all good!

 on September 8, 2014
By Gracie T
They’re cheap, disposable, have many uses including as emergency blankets, dog bed lingers, heat/Sun/cold reflective curtains, fold it-cut a 3 pt hole in the top= emergency rain poncho, hand it on the wall=make-shift mirror, maybe a shower curtain?…whatever. Arrived quickly, easily stored, buy some for the junk drawer, first aide kit, camping backpack or bug out bag!

Light Weight and Useful

 on October 19, 2017
By Momma Babs
I have these in my emergency bag and also in my car. They don’t take any space and are light. Would be good for camping and/or hiking.

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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