Closeouts. These lightweight, compact and extremely versatile Grabber emergency blankets are an outdoor essential. Use as an emergency shelter, sun shade, ground cloth, rain poncho, signal device and much more.
Reviewed by HikerMiker from Phoenix,Arizona on Monday, April 20, 2015
After you've pitched your tent and have the rainfly on,the very first item you should spread out is a Grabber blanket.It not only reflects the warm up back into your sleeping bag / bivy bag,but separates you from a cold floor.Helps eliminate so much dirt,mud,snow too!
Reviewed by Pixel8d from Livermore, CA on Monday, April 20, 2015
Whether it is a first aid kit for home or car, there should be one of these emergency blankets in each kit.
It can also be packed into the earthquake emergency bag.
It is so portable and can be used in so many ways!
Reviewed by The Petite Pear from Virginia on Sunday, January 25, 2015
I have added two blankets to my first-aid kit in my car, and two to my hiking backpack. These are thin shiny Mylar-type material, handy for emergency shelter, visibility for rescuers, heat retention, sun shade, water collection and more. Just a little extra safety insurance in case of emergency. They're small and lightweight, easy to pack and carry.
Reviewed by HikerMiker from Phoenix,Arizona on Friday, January 16, 2015
Year round,don't leave home without it.Put one in your glove box!These aren't new to the world,called and maybe still so,"space blankets".Multi-purpose for just about anything at any time.One of the first things a person should be spreading down on the inside of your shelter(be it a tent or a lean-two),surprising how much cleaner you and your shelter will be when you're ready to break camp.Recommend,yes!