Heat Reflective Emergency Blanket / Survival blanket

By on December 17, 2015
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Amazon Price: $3.25 (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.

Personal protection from rain, must have for any outdoor size of a deck of cards, yet when opened. Extremely lightweight and reusable – 52" x 84". Uses: Warmth – retains up to 90% of your body heat to prevent hypothermic reaction even in sub-freezing temps Protection – limits your solar exposure and deflects heat from the sun Emergency reflector – the shiny side doubles as a mirror to signal for rescue.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 52 x 52 x 84 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces
  • Origin:  China
  • ASIN: B000FNQ7A4
  • Item model number: 721

Customer Reviews

It may be a strange way to use these, but it did the job.

 on December 26, 2016
By Froggyv
My legs have a tendency to get colder than the rest of my body, particularly at night which results in leg cramps.. Adding more blankets to the entire bed made it too hot to sleep comfortably, I cut one of these in half and placed it between the top sheet and the blanket(s). Problem solved, no more leg cramps, no loss of sleep.

Works great during a winter cruise movie night

 on February 15, 2017
By Livingandlearning
Large, somewhat see-through shiny metallic very light weight emergency blanket. It does hold heat when I wrap myself in it. I used a rubber band to roll it it. I take this product with me when I travel “just in case” something goes wrong. This emergency blanket was purchased for a winter cruise for nights when the wind is blowing cold — but I want to watch an outdoor movie. I put a couple of ship’s towels on top and suddenly, I am nice and warm without loosing valuable luggage space. I lived “up north” I kept of of these in the glove compartment “just in case” I was caught in the snow or ice. For camping, I place this between the ground and myself during the warmer weather. During the winter I put one beneath and one on top of my sleeping bag to conserve energy. I am curious about how other people use this product. I would buy again.

Great for feral cat survival too!

 on February 25, 2015
By Katherine Spence
These mylar blankets are great to put in your vehicle emergency kit (I have them in both vehicles). I also ordered a few extras recently and placed one inside a covered feral cat box I made for a stray cat–just put some straw on top (not towels or blankets which can hold moisture) of the mylar blanket and it keeps the feral cats from freezing to death!

Survival of germinating plant seeds

 on April 2, 2015
By Francis Dupre
My need was for an inexpensive, strong, flexible, light weight, moisture proof, heat and light reflective blanket of the stated size of this product. All of these needs were met nicely. I used the blanket as a curtain draped over fluorescent grow lights above trays of potted vegetable seeds. The twofold purpose for the blanket was to maintain a high relative humidity and to contain and reflect the heat and light from the lamps inward to the potted seeds. Today is day 28; seed germination and seedling growth have been most satisfactory. I would recommend this product to anyone with a similar need.

Very compact

 on March 7, 2017
By Jon G.
Very compact. I’m sure it works great but let’s hope I never actually have to use it. The plastic bag it came in is not reusable so I found a small ziplock-type that did the trick.

I recommend keeping some in your vehicle for emergencies

 on April 17, 2018
By MEE MEE
I keep 2 in each car for emergencies. Work really well. I recommend keeping some in your vehicle for emergencies. Warm for winter, can be used as a reflector to signal.

Survival

 on June 7, 2014
By Jean Stoner
I bought this for my son when he went on vacation last year. He slept in his car and used the blanket for a cover. H said it kept him warm. I bought one fo myself also. I haven’t had the occasion to use it yet. I think it would be a good for everyone to buy one and keep in it in their car. You neve know when you might need it, like an emergency.

Five Stars

 on December 18, 2017
By Harpoon990
Worth the pennies charged.

Nice small package …

 on October 14, 2017
By ElizLovesArt
I love the size of the packaging but have not opened it up. Upon its use I will come back and update its review if necessary.

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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