Emergency Sleeping Bag, Survival Bag, Emergency Zone Brand, Reflective Blanket, 1, 5 and 10 Packs Available
|Price:||$2.70 - $43.23|
- Don't be fooled by cheap imitations. Cheaper means thinner material and less durability. See the image above comparing an Emergency Zone Brand Sleeping Bag with a competitor.
- 36" x 84"
- Retains 80% of your radiant body heat
- Wind and waterproof
- Emergency Zone Brand
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Emergency Zone Brand. The Emergency Sleeping Bag is made of the same Mylar material as our emergency blanket but is formed into a sleeping bag to prevent heat loss even more efficiently. The bag retains 80 percent of body heat and is wind and waterproof. The bag measures 36 x 84 inches.
Top Customer Reviews
2010 FOLLOW UP:My lightweight sleeping bag was getting cold so I put my 'normal sleeping bag' INSIDE one of these, it made quite a difference...
Then last year I got this great idea to try wrapping it with some Christmas lights and a couple of emergency "space blankets". I had the blankets wrapped around some bamboo poles set up like a teepee and although it worked well, it was a major hassle to keep them up using clothespins, binder clips and twist ties. The blanket kept blowing off and was pretty ripped up by the end of he winter. Even so, it was worth it because for the first time the banana plant picked right up in the Spring where it left off and by the end of this past summer it had grown to over 10 feet tall! This fall I ran across these sleeping bags on Amazon and decided to see if this worked even better. As soon as we had our first hard freeze and the leaves died back, I wrapped the trunk in Christmas lights and pulled the sleeping bag down over the plant and it was a perfect fit. We've had a couple of wind storms and the sleeping bag wasn't the least bit disturbed. Only time will tell if the banana will come right back in the Spring like last time, but the results so far are extremely promising.
As an added benefit, we now have a large semitransparent metallic cylinder filled with blue lights in the middle of the courtyard that looks like some kind of a transporter out of a bad sci-fi film.
I then placed my sleeping bag inside this survival bag and warmed up to comfortable in a matter of minutes.
It seemed durable enough and didn't tear on me as some have said. Of course it is thin plastic, so some care should be exercised.
I'm positive it will help in an emergency when it is really cold and/or wet.
At this price it is cheap insurance...
It was 20 degrees out with giant icicles hanging from the pipes. I went out on to my cedar deck wearing socks, pants, and a t-shirt. I was shivering while unfolding the orange bag. I stepped into it, sat down, then stretched out and wrapped it around me. This bag is only plastic with no reflective properties and within two minute I was shivering again and the wood deck underneath me felt like a slab of ice. This bag would be great to keep the rain off, but offers no warmth.
I then tried the Mylar bag in the same conditions. I went from shivering to very comfortable within five minutes. I wrapped it around me so that it formed a hood over my head and I could direct my breath outside of the bag. I then relaxed for about a half an hour, listening to music on my phone, and extremely comfortable in just the socks, pants, and t-shirt. The deck was cool, but not like the slab of ice I felt before. I could feel a moderate winter breeze on my face but the bag kept it off of my body. I was comfortable and very impressed.
After about a half hour, some condensation started to form on the inside of the bag where it touched my bare skin. It would probably work better wearing long sleeves. I opened the bag a little to let in some air and that helped. It’s a matter of finding the sweet spot of ventilation and heat retention.
For camping, this bag would be good as an addition, but not stand alone. In a survival situation, however, this bag would likely save your life.
All in all, with as cheap as these things are and as much help they can provide to you in an emergency(not to mention how little room they take to store), everyone should have a handful of them in storage "just in case" they ever need them for anything.