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Adventure Medical Heatsheets Emergency Blanket

4.4 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews
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  • Survival and first-aid instructions are printed directly on the blanket
  • 20% larger than competitive products
  • Reflects up to 90% of radiated body heat
  • Tear resistant
  • One person blanket measures 56" x 84"
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Product Description

Adventure Medical Kits offer One person survival blankets to keep warm in an emergency.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 4.5 x 1.2 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000ULGI5U
  • Item model number: LIB371253
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)

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As winter set in this year, I thought about how I could help homeless people in Seattle (there are so many of them) - I don't like to give them cash, for a number of reasons, and giving food is always tough - where do they store it, do they have allergies etc? Plus many of them eat at shelters and food kitchens, and they don't love havng more stuff to carry when on the street. So I started researching reflective blankets, thinking that one of these may save the life of someone forced to sleep on the street in the frigid weather. This product looked like the most durable and practical of all the options I looked at, so I bought a few and carry them in my car (one for me, in case of emergency, the others to give away). They have been very positively received by the homeless people I've given them to - they are grateful for something that folds up small, is light weight and will help keep them both warm(er) and dry(er) when they're not able to get a shelter berth for the night. For not a lot of cash, I've been able to make a small difference to some people and I'm grateful for a product that is so perfectly suited to the task!
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I used this product on a canoe trip. In the tent, it provided excellent insulation when used as a second blanket. Out on the water it reflected heat from the sun and really warmed us up. Even when it was wet, it still kept us warm. Great product that I would definitely purchase again.
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American Medical Kits (AMK/SOL (survive outdoors longer)) has done a great upgrade to the standard $2-3 emergency blanket many folks keep in their glovebox or backpacks. This blanket is actually reusable/refoldable if you want to keep it, and still inexpensive enough if you need to trash it. It is also much quieter than the noisy foil blankets. Nice job AMK.
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I have not yet had the opportunity to use these blankets, but since they were purchased to be part of my emergency preparedness kit I guess hopefully it will stay that way. However, based on looks alone these blankets are the biggest, most versitile blankets I've ever seen. Usually with the tin foil blankets, which I have used, you are forced to pick the part of you body you want to keep warm because they are too small and don't stretch out well. This blanket appears thicker, larger and can even double as a shelter. Best aspect is they are made right here in the USA. Worth the few extra bucks in my opinion.
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Better than than average emergency blanket. Very strong for what it is. Well worth the money. Buy a few for your bug out bag, camping, or hiking packs. Wish I had one in my car last winter when the entire highway shutdown. I was stuck in my car for 12 hours in the snow. . Good piece of kit. Buy them!
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I got this for my emergency car kit. I comes as the picture shows. It is small and lightweight and although not top quality much better than a mylar blanket alone as this will block wind. I actually wish I would have gotten two as I generally have someone riding with me. I recommend this for a car emergency kit or even a 72 hour emergency kit see FEMA website.
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I opened my up when I got it (never take survival equipment into the field that you haven't tested first, right?), and it was decently warm. But, I'm a relatively tall guy (a bit under six feet), and it didn't really cover my whole body. So thin, it felt like a garbage bag - don't think it would be very durable. And, impossible to get back into the bag after you unfold it. Basically the opposite of the item description. Pass on this one.
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Short version: A year ago my GF ran though a low water crossing and her car stalled out. It was about 40 outside and she was soaking wet in her scrubs. I had forced her to put one of these in her purse and she wrapped up in it for an hour while waiting for a tow. If she wouldn't have had it, she most certainly would have gotten hypothermia and probably gone to the ER.

wool and fleece blankets are great and less expensive, but they are large and take up space in the car. This thing is small and flat. Stick it under the drivers seat and forget about it, until you're stuck on the side of the road freezing your rear off. Then wrap up in it like a baked potato. There's no reason NOT to have at least one in your car
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