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Emergency Survival Blanket
from Bernville, PA
About Me Casual Driver, Prepared For Breakdown
Comments about Emergency Survival Blanket:
keep in glove compartment for emergencys. it is fabulous because it is so small, yet can do a big job. had some years ago and glad I foun d these.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
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it is good
from bismarck nd
About Me Casual Driver
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Everyone should have one
from Wooster, Ohio
I have a family of paramedics and EMTs. Recently I needed the help of an EMT. He told me about these Emergency Survival Blankets and said everyone should have one. Especially in this State of Ohio with our cold, blustery weather. Since I am a widow and drive alone most of the time, he said I should have one in the glove compartment at all times. I've never had to use it but am giving every member of my family one in their Christmas stocking. If your car won't run, the heater can't work and this Survival Blanket can keep you warm.
(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)
SEVERAL OTHER WAYS TO USE!
By Kristy $ saver
from Ft.Thomas, KY
About Me Casual Driver, Frugal Buyer, Home owner
This product should be listed for many other uses under its title and description! This product is absolutely wonderful for saving money in the winter! I use it underneath my pets blankets & beds to keep them warm & they love. I am a very frugal & moneysaving person so I don't like running the heat when I'm not home & i turn down the thermostat at night but I feel bad because I don't want my pets to get cold so cutting this blanket down according to the size of the pet bed I place it under my cats pet beds, blankets & even her pet window sill stand/bed. It's a lot safer & more cost effective than leaving a heating blanket or heating pad on. These are also great cut down to size to put in, on or cover unused windows or doors to reflect the heat inside. They are not the prettiest but they certainly are effective and worth the savings you get in keeping a room or hall warm & heated. this is the same exact thing they put in insulated curtains to reflect the heat inside. The flimsiness and sound of crackling it makes during installation is it's only downfall but it's just the nature of the material itself; and there's really no way for the product to be manufactured based on the chemical elements. The crackling really doesn't occur after installation if u secure it properly wherever u put it. I'm really not going to use it for emergency blanket at all I just purchased one and then I cut it down for the uses I just explained. Very pleased & great savings & energy product.
from Seymour, TX
Am giving this as a stocking stuffer for Xmas.
Great for emergencies
from Greenville, NC
I have it as part of my hurricane preparation kit. It's good to know that I have something I can use to keep me warm if needed.
from Uniontown, PA
About Me Home
I have packed the two emergency blankest adding to the one I already had, into my home emergency pack. Ready to go JUST IN CASE/
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
from Miami, Fl.
I run in some cold weather competitive races. At the end clad only in Tank Top, Shorts and shoes I wrap this blanket around myself to keep warm and not dehydrate. I also bought this for my car for a trip up north in cold weather just in case I needed it.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Hope I never have to use this product
from Orange County, CA
This is very small and thin, hope it holds true to the advertisement if I ever need it.
(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
Really Warm Blanket
By Quilt Teacher Marilyn
from Denham Springs, LA
It reflects body heat and prevents heat loss. I used it on the bed, but it got so warm I had to cut it in half and only use it under my body, not legs. Didn't have to keep a room heater on at night. It does sound like sleeping on a potato chip bag for a few nights, but it is sooo warm.