ER Emergency Ready Thermal Mylar Blanket

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Amazon Price: $2.59 (as of October 24, 2016 6:25 pm – 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.

Emergency Mylar Blanket, also called a solar blanket – the mylar blanket can prevent you from losing body heat. Perfect for emergency protection in all weather conditions Waterprood and windeproof Will not crack, mildew or shrink Reflects 90 percent of your body heat back to you Generous size 84"X52"

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 52 x 48 inches ; 1.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • ASIN: B008DEYF4M
  • Item model number: 3A

Customer Reviews

Individual blankets x4

 on June 20, 2017
By nomanoma
Another reviewer prepared me for what I received- essentially individual blankets put into a “4-pack”. Presented in a ziplock baggie. I checked out the company’s website, apparently in bulk you can get 100 for 1.25 each. So I guess someone (Amazon) gets them in bulk and resells them? Although if Amazon is re-packaging them I would have thought they might have done it a little nicer. For what it’s worth the baggie DOES have a barcode on the back.

a thousand stars for this life-saver!

 on March 5, 2012
By green fiddler
The Quake Kare emergency blanket is a lightweight mylar material, similar to what is used to make floating birthday balloons. When I first tried mine in early autumn, I did not notice any big difference in comfort level. The crinkling sound that it makes was somewhat annoying to me. So I put it aside and did not think about it again.

These are QUAKE CARE

 on February 9, 2012
By Alice Doesn't Live in Wonderland Anymore
I have not yet used the product, but I was compelled to input a review since many of those reviewing the product actually received something other than the product pictured. The only reason for this preliminary review is for those discouraged from buying after reading the reviews and thinking they would also end up with a product other than the one pictured.

Multiple uses

 on October 31, 2014
By HAWK84
I buy these to keep in my go bags and a few different packs I carry morel and ginseng hunting. And I was recently ginseng hinting and got stuck a mile from where I parked my car in some pretty rough terrain. I took about ten feet of paracord and found a small tree that had fell and was leaning against a preferred. I draped then emergency blanket over the small tree and tied the four corners off to some surrounding saplings. It took around 5 mins to put together and worked beautifully as a small makeshift tent. I used to carry a 8 by 10 tarp until I discovered mylar. It’s much lighter easier to carry in small packs and cheaper as well as reusable. I would recommend this to anyone from a stay at home mom to keep in her mo I van to avid outdoorsman and women. Many uses for this product sky’s the limit and best of all they are cheap. I used one also in m garden this year, the birds do t like it even with very little wind it is loud and moves almost constAnt as well reflective 3 ways to deter birds from your garden. Well worth the price 🙂

Very Good Quality Thermal Blankets – Highly Recommended

 on December 5, 2010
By C. Hill
We ordered two sets of the these Thermal Blankets (for a total of 8) to use keep in our cars and with our camping gear. Since I don’t like to just trust that my emergency equipment is going to do what it is supposed to do, so we opened one of them up to test it out. Here are my observations:

More Uses Than You Can Imagine

 on April 13, 2012
By Gabby
I just finished my CERT (Citizen Emergency Response Team) training and picked these up to put in my response bag. I already have several that I keep on hand for camping and now my next project is to make a solar oven out of items I would have on hand. These little blankets can do a lot. They are big enough to cover an average person and we used them in our class for shock patients. They can be water catchers, additional thermal help in sleeping, window reflectors and so much more. Even if you don’t camp…have a few of these socked away. In an emergency, they are very handy to have around.

No rips here!

 on March 15, 2017
By Bec
I haven’t used in an emergency yet but did a little home test and felt the warmth as soon as I wrapped it around me. I also did some rip tests, pulling/yanking/trying to tear etc, and these things are sturdy which is great!

Looks good.

 on March 17, 2011
By MrRich724
It is hard to review this item due to its nature (I will not use it until if there is ever an emergency that would cause me to use/experience it)

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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