ER Emergency Ready Thermal Mylar Blankets, Pack of 4

08/12/2013 - Comment

Emergency Blanket, also called a solar blanket – the 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 Features Provides compact emergency protection in all

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Emergency Blanket, also called a solar blanket – the 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 Features

  • Provides compact emergency protection in all weather conditions by reflecting back and retaining 90-Percent of a survival victim’s body heat
  • Can be used to prevent and counter hypothermia by reducing heat loss from a person’s body
  • Can be used to cover injured victims in order to help reduce shock
  • can be used in a hot environment to provide shade as a shelter barrier
  • Reusable, waterproof and windproof
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Comments

M. Elizabeth Powell "M. Elizabeth Powell" says:

Multipurpose, Cheap but Good, Noisy but warm – ER Emergency Ready Thermal Mylar Blankets – ER Emergency Ready Thermal Mylar Blankets – Multipurpose item for an emergency kit. You could use these to wrap around you for warmth, as a reflector, a cover, a rain poncho, a water collector, or ground cover. I’ve tried these outside in Maine weather. They actually do work to keep you warm. The mylar has a crinkly sound to it so you probably wouldn’t be able to sneak up on anybody with one of these unfolded. I’ve seen people use these to cover windows to prevent UV rays…

TABBY says:

Emergency winter travel After getting stuck on a seldom used highway in the snow, We used them to wrap up until help arrived (about 2 hours) and were kept toasty warm. Will never travel again without some in glove compartment.

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