Lot of 50 Emergency Mylar Blankets – 84″ x 52″

By on December 1, 2015
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Amazon Price: $26.95 (as of October 24, 2016 5:09 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 thermal blanket to be used as emergency shelter. Also great for camping, hiking, and surviving the cold outdoors. Excellent as liner of sleeping bag.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 5.8 pounds
  • Item model number: BH-50

Customer Reviews

Winner winner, chicken dinner! Definitely worth the money!

 on November 13, 2017
By S. N.
I’m a 52 year old mom from ND with adult children and also one last kiddo at home who just passed his driver’s permit test. Last Christmas I spent about $75 on each of 8 Winter Emergency Kits for the car and gave them to my kids, their significant others, my dad, sister, and niece. This Christmas I’m gifting this https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002SIR91A/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 awesome shovel to those same 8 people to add to their kit. (Hopefully that link went through, if not, I’ll try to update this post.) While making the kits I must admit I really doubted these ultra thin Mylar Emergency Blankets could do much, but they did get good reviews and I figured for as cheap as they are what did I have to lose. Today (11 months later!) I received my order of 50 mylar blankets which I’m handing out like candy going forward (in fact, it would be a great trick or treat gift to give along with a candy bar!) I REALLY BELIEVE THIS SIMPLE, INEXPENSIVE EMERGENCY BLANKET COULD SAVE A LIFE. Now for my review: They are exactly 52 x 84, the same dimensions as listed. They come very neatly packaged in little zip lock bags that are about 5-1/4 X 3-1/2″ (they fold up super orderly and fit like a charm.) I sat cross legged on my floor, wrapped a blanket around me and over my head and held it closed in front of my nose and started to sweat within 45 seconds…..was amazed, so I took it outside (it’s 33 degrees f outside at the moment) – I did not sit down in the snow cross legged, but I did stand with the blanket wrapped around me and over my head in just my shirt and leggings and was very comfortable for over 10 minutes at which time I was impressed enough so gave up the experiment. As soon as I unwrapped myself from the blanket I was immediately chilled, showing me how cold it really is outside. As far as how durable it is….It’s durable enough that’s for sure. It didn’t even come close to tearing, although I didn’t wrestle around with it. I treated it how I would have if I was truly in an emergency and concerned about the effectiveness of the blanket. I’m excited for my husband and teenager to come home so I can show them how awesome these blankets are. I would post pictures here, but my phone data is all used up with over 7000 pictures of my kids and grandkids. I really need someone to get those pictures off my phone and onto my computer for me.

What a great deal for home projects…!

 on July 1, 2017
By Sum Fun Guy
Considering how expensive Mylar can be, these cheap blankets are strong and resilient, and suitable for a variety of projects. And this bundle is like a lifetime supply. Very thin, so don’t expect miracles. And yes, they are folded, so your unfolded blanket will have square creases alllll over it. Like a mirrored ball. Kinda.

Mylar Blankets

 on January 30, 2017
By Beth A. Essington
Great item: I disperse them around the various homeless places here in the San Fernando Valley and they really do help keep them warmer. We’ve had a particularly cold winter in California, so these have been a nice bonus for them. Thanks.

Great price and product

 on January 28, 2017
I regularly order these for a homeless shelter here in Phoenix.

Great for Training and Use in the Field.

 on February 6, 2017
By Practical Skeptic
I purchased a large quantity of these to use for training (I am a firm believer in actually doing the rescue activities rather than pretending/miming them). The blankets are consistent in both quality and the way they are packaged. They perform as expected and I would not hesitate to recommend them to a friend.

Warmth For The Homeless

 on April 25, 2016
By Tristan Filmmaker
We bought these to pass out to the homeless and they have been awesome. VERY compact – can keep a bunch in your bag/purse. Great for emergencies – keep some in the car!

Works great to pass out to the homeless

 on December 29, 2017
By Kaylen
This is a great price and they worked great for when we passed them out to the homeless in Seattle. They come folded in a nice small zipped plastic bag so are easy to hand out. I’ve even opened one and helped cover someone who was sleeping on the streets and its quite large and covered them well. I will definitely buy these again as it is still cold out there and the homeless really appreciate these!!

I am very happily satisfied with these emergency blankets

 on April 19, 2018
By gameldy
I am very happily satisfied with these emergency blankets. I am a teacher & have put them in my class emergency kit to sooth & comfort my young students should a disaster strike while we are at school. I want my students to feel cozy and as protected as possible while we wait for parents to pick them up. a little goes a long way.

Wasn’t sure what to expect, but I guess they are what they are!

 on January 12, 2017
By Scott D. Espenschied
I just bought these out of curiosity cause I didn’t know what they were. I gave a bunch to people I work with as christmas gifts. We all sat around and checked them out together lol, it was interesting. I’ve had them quite a while and I haven’t even opened all of them because I haven’t found myself in enough danger yet lol but I do keep some in my car just in case. Why not, the packaging is so tiny.

… as kit to the homeless they seem to be good

 on November 7, 2017
By honda64
Bought blankets to give out as kit to the homeless they seem to be good A

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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