Primacare HB-10 Emergency Foil Mylar Thermal Blanket, 52″ Length x 84″ Width (Pack of 10)

By on November 1, 2015
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The Primacare HB-10 Emergency Foil Mylar Thermal Blanket is a waterproof and weatherproof thermal blanket for retaining or deflecting heat in emergency situations. The Mylar insert provides insulation and the foil cover can reflect heat back to the body or deflect heat from the sun. The blanket is 52" long and 84" wide. It is sold in a pack of 10 blankets.

Primacare Medical Supplies manufactures equipment and supplies for first aid providers. The company, founded in 2005, is headquartered in Passaic, NJ.

What's in the Box? (10) Primacare Emergency Foil Mylar Thermal Blankets

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 5.9 x 2.5 inches ; 12 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • 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
  • Origin:  USA
  • UPC: 896987500943
  • Item model number: HB-10

Customer Reviews

These things saved my kitty!

 on December 16, 2014
I have to admit, I didn’t buy these for me. My husband and I have been taking care of our neighbor’s abandoned cat for close to a year now. We used to keep him in our apartment (despite a no-pets clause in our lease) but when he got fleas, we decided it was time to stop bringing him in. It’s getting cold now, so I built him a shelter out of a plastic storage bin, insulating foam cut to fit around each side of the bin (including top and bottom), some straw and one of our blankets that he loves. I was worried that plain insulating foam might not keep out the cold Philadelphia winter, so I ordered these blankets and wrapped one around each piece of the foam so that the entire bin was insulated. A few weeks ago we had a cold snap and the cat was hanging out in the shelter. While he was in there, I stuck my arm in to get his food bowl to refill it and even though it was barely 30 degrees outside, I swear it was at least 70 degrees in the shelter – the Mylar blankets retained so much of the little guy’s body heat that it was downright comfortable, even with the opening we cut into the box to let him come and go. I’m not worried about him freezing to death anymore. If they work for that, I’m sure they’re great in an emergency.

For every vehicle and BOB!

 on December 18, 2017
By Bdog
Mylar blankets are a good thing to keep on hand. Everyone should have some. Keep some in your car at all times. You can wrap yourself in them, cover your windows with them (with some tape), signal with them, they’re very shiny, or even help someone else in need! Also, with some duct tape and rope or paracord, you can improvise a temporary shelter with them. Basically make a small tent or even a teepee. They can also be used to collect rainwater. Be sure to boil it before you drink it.

Great price for this survival necessity

 on December 21, 2016
These are an exceptional value for those who sleep in the elements.

Great value.

 on April 22, 2013
By A. L. Lindsay
A great value. 10 for the price you sometimes pay for just 2. The quality is great. There is no compromise to the thickness, consistency, durability. They are tough.

Perfectly described

 on December 30, 2017
By lsm5006
Very happy with the product. Product I received was perfectly described. I am using in a somewhat unconventional way. I live in an older home with radiators and poorly insulated walls. I am wrapping cardboard with the mylar and placing behind the radiators to reflect more heat into the house instead of into the poorly insulated wall. It is actually working really well and my heating bill last month with significantly lower than in previous years.

Work great for additional insulation on basement windows.

 on December 27, 2017
By j Ryan kane
My mom used these for years to help insulate the basement windows. I noticed a difference almost immediately after putting them up. They do tear easily so use with caution. I also keep in the car for emergencies! Everyone needs one!

and this is a great deal for a 10pk

 on February 1, 2017
By C. Robinson
NOTE: I didn’t see a unit weight listed anywhere. If you’re a backpacker, these weigh 1.6oz (48g) apiece, including the little baggie they come in.

Great for emergencies

 on August 29, 2017
By Born to Travel
I purchased these after I came upon a two car roll over and used the two in my car to offer some place for the victims to lay on as they were pulled out of the vehicles. They are inexpensive and disposable and were a great asset in an emergency. I now keep several in each vehicle for emergencies, and put one in each of my children’s cars.

Musical Festival Approved

 on July 18, 2017
By Matt Hook
This year at Bonnaroo we decided to sleep in our car to take advantage of the air conditioning and avoid the sun roasting us at 6 a.m.. Once parked and unloaded we wrapped 4 blankets around it by shutting the edges into the doors (we have a Jeep Cherokee so you may be able to do this with fewer than 4) and they solved our problems very well. They kept the sun out of the car during the day, allowed for much more efficient cooling while we were in there, and provided privacy by covering the windshield especially. We also covered one tent and one ez-up canopy as well as both of the coolers because we had so many. The weather at Roo this year was much cooler at night than years past; having these tiny things to throw into a backpack and take to the shows at night were perfect. They have 1000 uses, I’ll be buying more.

Great for indoor growing

 on January 19, 2017
By Arc
Using these against the wall and as a curtain around indoor plants has saved us considerably on power by concentrating light on the plants. They also help keep indoor plants that prefer warmer climates happy during Winter months.

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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