|Item Package Dimensions L x W x H||5.28 x 2.99 x 2.4 inches|
|Package Weight||0.13 Kilograms|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||84 x 36 inches|
|Item Weight||4.8 Ounces|
|Brand Name||Survival Frog|
|Model Name||Tact Bivvy|
|Color||New 2.0 Tactical Green|
|Number of Items||1|
|Fill Material Type||Down|
|Skill Level||Beginner, Novice, Expert|
Survival Frog Tact Bivvy 2.0 Emergency Sleeping Bag w/Stuff Sack, Carabiner, Survival Whistle, ParaTinder - Compact, Lightweight, Waterproof, Reusable, Thermal Bivy Sack Cover, Shelter Kit
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|Color||New 2.0 Tactical Green|
|Product Dimensions||84"L x 36"W|
|Item Weight||4.8 Ounces|
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- Ultra Lightweight Compact Sleeping Bag: Made out of ultra-lightweight HeatEcho reflective polyester film, this thermal survival blanket sleeping bag weighs just 4.8 ounces. It also compresses into a tiny oversized stuff sack, so you can reuse and carry this emergency sleeping bag with your survival kit everywhere you go. Use as a sleeping bag liner and raise your body temperature by 20°!
- Made for Emergencies: The color of this light weight sleeping bag cover helps you blend or stand out into your surrounding. Plus, the HeatEcho material reflects 90% of your body's heat back to you, making it an essential survival tool and addition to your bug out bag, emergency shelter, camping gear or car emergency kit.
- Incredibly Durable: 100% WATERPROOF: For its weight and thinness, these sleeping bags will surprise you with their strength. The material ensures these sacks are tear-resistant, windproof, AND waterproof. Plus, these emergency Tact Bivvy bags feature reinforced taped seams, creating weather-resistant barriers between you and the frigid cold.
- Multi-purpose: The drawstring is actually para-tinder paracord, so you can use it to tie down your gear or expose the tinder cord and use it as a fire starter! On the end of the drawstring you will find a 120-decibel whistle for emergencies, and a carabiner so you can clip it to your bag or pack.
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Stay Alive With The Tact Bivvy 2.0
Small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, but large enough for a 7-foot man. The Tact Bivvy is made of ultra-lightweight HeatEcho material. Being waterproof and windproof, you'll stay warm even in the coldest conditions. Add this essential piece of gear to your bug out bag or camping equipment to be ready for anything.
Preparing Made Easy
Portable and flexible designed to be tough for outdoor activities take it camping, hiking, and backpacking. Tear-proof, windproof, waterproof and taped seams for added strength. Made of lightweight and ultra-thin HeatEcho reflective polyester film material with a carabiner makes it easy to clip to your bag or pack. Easy to use, no special instructions needed. Unfold and use like a regular sleeping blanket to help elevate your body temperature no matter the conditions.
120 Decibel whistle to alert rescuers.
Over 10 inches of para-tinder drawstring to securely close the stuff sack. Expose the inner cord to use as a flammable fire starter.
Convenient Stuff Sack
Can be stuffed back into the oversized stuff sack for multiple uses.
Sleeping Bag with HeatEcho Technology
Reflects 90% of your body's heat back to you.
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TLDR: 1. I slept in a rain puddle and stayed dry, although the inside got coated in sweat. 2, very thermal insulating, kept me very warm, hence the sweat. 3, strong material that wont rip under normal circumstances. Although I was not in a “survival” situation, this bivvy came in handy in a rainy tent at a music festival when we had no car to stay dry in. I would buy again, its very compact and light, you can keep multiple in a bag and it will serve its purposes
Being nearly 6’ and 230 lbs, I wanted to make sure the bag could accommodate me so I opened it up, stepped into it and pulled it up over my head. Very quickly, I noticed it’s heat-retaining qualities. It seems entirely capable of performing as advertised, tho laying on my living room floor is far different from huddling under a makeshift shelter on a temperature-plummeting night; I hope I’ll never need to put this product to the test. Keep in mind this product is wind and waterproof, meaning it is a moisture barrier inside AND out. As the directions state, condensation will occur inside the bag if you don’t allow for occasional ventilation. It’s like being in a giant trash bag. Use common sense and one can stay warm and dry for the extent of its need.
Many complained in their reviews of not being able to refold and roll the bag tightly enough to get it back to its original size and into the pouch. While it did take about ten minutes to be sure all the air was removed from it as it was folded, I assure you it is entirely possible to get it back into its pouch exactly as it was received.
In my opinion, this was money well-spent and recommend it for any emergency need.
I opted to use this product for my day pack / car e-kit with the assumption of addressing short-term emergencies (inside of 5 days). Based on the assumption of addressing a short-term emergency:
LIKE: sturdy for intent, lightweight, small, repackable (I took it out for fit and to see if a fleece sleeping bag would fit in it & vice versa)
DISLIKE: super-noisy (not ideal for BOB when you may need to be quiet even when your tossing & turning at night), a bit pricey even though I like the thing I feel like the components are pretty inexpensive to have a lower price point
For my BOB, I chose a SOL Escape (more money) in combination with a cheapo flannel Coleman sleeping bag. The BOB means you're probably not coming back home and may need to be wherever for an extend period of time. While the Tact Bivvy is a thin polyester plastic to maintain lightness and packability, I am not convinced it would hold up to pulling it in and out of the bag for extended periods of 'wandering.'
While I am pleased with the purchase, I think it could be a bit less expensive hence 4 stars.
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I learned the hard way that while tucking your head under is nice and warm, the condensation from your breath will make the interior of the bivvy dripping wet. Crying while inside the bivvy also did not help at all. For the rest of the night I kept it wrapped around my head like a hood, leaving a hole for my face, and was still warm enough.
This may look like a glorified plastic bag, but it is very tough. I spent all night tossing and turning on my bed of sticks and rocks, and in the morning could only find the tiniest of punctures where I was most rough on it. The tiny punctures didn’t seem to make the bivvy any less effective in keeping me warm. There was no damage at all to the seams. Cheap mylar will tear easily and any holes will run like a cheap pair of stockings. I chose this Tact bivvy because I wanted something tougher, and it was even tougher than I expected.
Also, whether you have the orange side out or the reflective side out, it works really well to flag rescuers. I had it attached to the outside of my pack, inside out to dry the condensation off, and SAR was able to spot me easily from the air. I also couldn’t find my Fox whistle and the little one clipped to the stuff sack was surprisingly good.
All in all, this >$20 purchase is some of the best money I have ever spent in my life, and everyone should have one in their pack. It’s tiny and weighs nothing and made the single biggest difference during my awful night spent lost in the backcountry.
I bought this Tact bivvy hoping it was a competitor to the SOL. It is NOT. It's two sturdy rescue blankets glued together.
If you only have this in a crisis it might save your life. But it is not a durable product to use day in and day out, and not as warm or as comfortable or durable as the SOL Escape Lite. Disappointed, frankly. I bought the SOL after, and I can use both together as layers. But if I knew before I'd skip this one and just buy the SOL Escape or SOL Escape Lite Bivvy.
Not the thickest material, but that makes it nice and light and therefore less likely to get left at home.