Primacare HB-10 Emergency Foil Mylar Thermal Blanket (Pack of 10), 52" Length x 84" Width
|Item weight||0.34 Kilograms|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||23 x 3.4 x 19 centimetres|
About this item
- Waterproof and weatherproof foil and Mylar emergency thermal blanket for retaining or deflecting heat
- Mylar insert provides insulation and the foil cover can reflect heat back to the body or deflect heat from the sun
- Mylar blanket is 52" long and 84" wide
- 10 Pack of emergency mylar thermal blankets
- A must have for first aid kits and emergency preparedness
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 23 x 3.38 x 19 cm; 340 Grams
- Date First Available : 13 November 2017
- Manufacturer : Primacare
- ASIN : B00DZ1NFSK
- Item Model Number : HB-10
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Thankfully, I've not yet needed the extras for any kind of emergency. But, if I do, they've already proven their ability to redirect thermal heat.
The bad... The reflective coating rubs off with cleaning and/or light abbrassion (like a wet cloth) leaving just clear Mylar which is absolutely useless.
Fortunately the reflective coating is only on one side so make sure whatever you are using them on, the side that can be stripped in not the side you will be cleaning often. Fortunately this stuff is so cheap it's not a big deal but still a pain in the butt because you will have to replace it often.
Emergency blankets are a one time use Mylar blanket that uses your own body heat to keep you warm. They have variety of different uses such as shelter and signalling (for those who hike/camp back woods).
I personally have these in my first aid kit in my car (5 in total) incase I come up on an accident. I have another few in a small survival kit in my car (live in Canada, times where you’ll be quite a distance from a population). I also carry 2-3 with me hiking incase of emergency. Since they weigh next to nothing it’s an easy justification to carry them with me.
I would highly recommend everyone keeps a few of these on them in the outdoors and even in their car.