SE EB5182 Emergency Outdoor Double-Sided Blanket with Plastic Stakes

By on October 21, 2015
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SE is proud to present our Emergency Outdoor Double-Sided Blanket with Plastic Stakes. Our blanket is a great addition to your gear for hiking, camping, hunting, boating, fishing, survival and emergency kits.

Features of our Emergency Outdoor Double-Sided Blanket:
(1) Thermal reflective siding for trapping in heat
(2) Dimensions: 69 x 23 inches
(3) Waterproof polyethylene & aluminum sides
(4) Four plastic stakes to keep your blanket, ground cover, or shelter in place

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SE products are quality items for extremely reasonable prices. SE is committed to providing the customer with the best source for value possible on the market. You will enjoy the quality, function and usefulness this Emergency Outdoor Double-Sided Blanket with Plastic Stakes has to offer.

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Customer Reviews

Now a basic camping gear requirement

 on October 5, 2015
By L.R.
These tarps have become my go-to survival gear. They are a great quality and will hold up just fine as long as you’re reasonable. They can be used in heat or cold. Use the silver side up to make a sun shade and instantly get relief from the blaring heat. Use the silver side in as an emergency blanket. You will be amazed how much heat your own body puts off. I have sever of these tarps stuffed away in my truck, camping gear. etc. They also make for a great impromptu picnic blanket. I highly recommend this product to any backpacker or camper. If used in combination with a fire it will probably smoke you out of your shelter for all of the heat you can retain. Excellent product.

Thick Tarp

 on December 31, 2017
By TM
Got this to go on the inside floor of my tent to hopefully add a bit of insulation in cold weather camping. It is thicker than I thought and worked well enough for what I wanted!

These blankets will serve as solar reflectors on my bunk …

 on April 23, 2018
By James E. Fair
These blankets will serve as solar reflectors on my bunk ends to keep the inside of my Pop up camper from getting too hot. They will also serve as blankets that can retain the heat inside of the camper in colder weather.

Blocks wind!

 on November 14, 2017
By S. Snyder
My kittens needed a cover for their temporary cage for the winter. I wrapped this around their cage and it worked great! They seem perfectly happy, now that the wind is blocked.

Warmth in an emergency

 on January 11, 2011
By J. Beck
This rugged blanket will keep you warm in a pinch. It’s a space/emergency blanket bonded to some vinyl or tarp material. It seems to really reflect your body heat back to you. The package lists the dimensions as 23×69 inches, but it almost twice that width (I think it’s actually 46×69 inches). Keep that in mind.

Works perfect and during the winter

 on October 23, 2015
By Burke's Saw Dust Works
I use these to put over the ends on my tent trailer to reflect the heat and keep the camper cooler! Works perfect and during the winter, it serves as an emergency blanket in my car!

Five Stars

 on November 30, 2016
By smartin
works great

One of the best space blankets

 on October 26, 2015
By A. Dobrynin
I bought and tried several configurations of space blankets, and this one is one of the best.

great tarp

 on October 10, 2015
By George
Heavy tarp with reflective side, works as expected, which is always a plus. I ditched the tiny plastic steaks and upgraded them.

Five Stars

 on March 12, 2016
By Sefferino
Works great but if you sweat a lot underneath it, it gathers alot of perspiration.

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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