|Color||Mix Bag 30-Pack (Gold 15 & Silver 15)|
|Manufacturer||Swiss Safe Products, LLC|
|Package Dimensions||35.3 x 17.5 x 8.1 cm; 56.7 Grams|
Swiss Safe Emergency Mylar Thermal Blankets (Bulk) - Designed for NASA, Outdoors, Hiking, Survival, Marathons or First Aid
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|Colour||Mix Bag 30-Pack (Gold 15 & Silver 15)|
|Item weight||2 Ounces|
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- BULK MYLAR EMERGENCY BLANKETS (30-Pack) - Advanced dual-sided aluminized mylar blankets.
- BULK SAVINGS - Our same top-performing individually wrapped blankets, in bulk savings quantities.
- LIGHTWEIGHT AND DURABLE - Military-grade 12-micron aluminized polyethylene mylar, 52"x82" & 2 oz.
- EMERGENCY USE - Designed to retain up 90% of your body heat, completely block rain, snow, moisture.
- 100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE: Swiss Safe Guarantees customer satisfaction or receive a 100% refund.
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Swiss Safe Products has designed the most advanced emergency blanket on the market - meticulously designed to for outdoor enthusiast, the marathon runner or emergency first aid responders.
It all starts with the material, metalized polyethylene, that reflects 90% of your body heat while offering waterproof, windproof protection from rain, snow, moisture, cold, and heat. Great for hiking, backpacking, climbing, camping, traveling outdoors or in the wilderness, and biking.
Includes four individually packed blankets so you can easily throw them in your hiking backpack, car, first aid kit, go-bag, camping gear, or emergency kit at home or at work. Stay warm, prevent hypothermia or shock in emergency survival situations.
Swiss Safe is the only thermal blanket to offer a unique variety colors while also providing a superior product design with emergency survival in mind. Perfect for hiking, camping, boating, hunting, surviving in the cold outdoors, and to keep you dry in damp, wet, cold, rainy environments. In fact, uses are nearly limitless: use as tent footprint, backpack cover, rain poncho, emergency signal, solar oven, shade cover, fishing lure, bird repellent, emergency shelter, sleeping bag liner, ground cover, bivouac sack, wind blocker, arm sling, tourniquet, bivvy, trail marker, water collector, or even snow melt container.
Even more creative uses: Why not use it for a halloween costume, christmas gift wrapping paper, or other holiday decoration? Colors options give you flexibility to use creatively.
Customers from around the world rely on Swiss Safe Products to provide the highest quality safety products on the market. The Swiss Safe Guarantee promises to deliver an amazing product as described and if you’re not happy for any reason, get your money back, Guaranteed! No questions asked.
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My rules of outreach (if you care):
1) Don't make them feel even worse while you're helping them (try to just neutrally and nonchalantly approach and say 'would you like this emergency foil blanket? you can wrap it around you to keep out the cold'). Walk away if they say no. Don't get offended if they don't want help or say thanks, or if they curse at you. Try not to talk down to them like you're talking to a kid, which I do see people do sometimes. Dress humbly, no one needs to see your gucci bag when they're laying on the sidewalk. There's an immense power difference here and be aware of how you come across. If you're offended by me saying these things, then don't do outreach.
2) Actually this should be #1. Don't take pictures. You'd think people would know this already, but no...everyone wants their instagram cred for being ' a good person'. Be an anonymous helper.
3) Think carefully before you decide to give money. If they need food, or coffee or socks, etc, buy it instead. Giving money may feel good to you but it either goes to substances or it makes that person a target for mugging by other homeless or junkies.
4) Call your reps. The city should be taking care of these people, not us. All the taxes we pay (esp NYC) should have these people covered.
5) When you get back into your nice warm home, thank yourself. You did a tiny little bit that may have made a big difference.