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    Heatsheets Survival Blanket Two Person

    The lightweight Heatsheets Two-Person Survival Blanket from Adventure Medical reflects 90% of your body heat back to you and your hiking partner in the event of an emergency. The easy-to-see bright orange fabric is tear-resistant and has basic survival and first-aid instructions printed onto it.
    • An emergency blanket for temperature-dropping scenarios
    • Reflective material is adept at trapping body heat
    • Large size can cover two individuals
    • Item #AMK0137

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    60 x 95in
    Recommended Use
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    Life saving!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This eblanket is superior to all other eblankets. I bought it last Friday, and by Sunday, it already saved my life!

    We got caught 8 pitches off the deck by a thunderstorm. We tied rocks into the corners with slings and hunkered down underneath in a bunch of shrubs, and it's still in great condition. I expected it to get shredded and leaky but no holes even!

    I only wish I could repackage it as small as it comes new. So this one's going in the truck's emergency bag, and I gotta new one on the way to go in the essentials stuff sack that goes with me just about every where else.

    Life saving!

    Adventure Medical Heatsheets Survival Bl

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    Sent this to my brother in FL in preparation for Hurricane Irma. I opted for the two person version because it's more efficient to share body heat. Even if you don't have a natural disaster on the horizon, this is a good item to keep around. When you don't expect it is when you'll need this most.

    Why Not Have One In Your Bag??

      I added this to my Adventure Medical First Aid Kit to round out the bag. Seems like an item worth carrying around if you're cruising in the woods, summer or winter. For the price, it's more than worth the assurance if something ever were to happen!

      Life Saver

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Nice and light, perfect for backpacking or hiking with. For just a few bucks this potential life saver could be yours. I'm hoping I'll never need it but carry it just in case!

      So far so good.

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I got this here blanket for Christmas and it's everything I expected. Super lightweight and full of survival info, I'm glad I'll have this with me come Spring time when I'm out camping again. Until then, I won't really have a use for it, but I do plan to keep it in my car just in case of an emergency.

      Hopefully you never need it

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      This is great for one person, plenty of room in there to make sure that you are warm and dry. Definitely works for two people as well, depending on how big you might not end up with full coverage. This blanket is super light, inexpensive and may save your life and limbs if it comes down to it. Really no reason not to have one of these. I carry one ski touring, backpacking, and pretty much anywhere else I go outdoors that is more than a reasonable walk from civilization.

      Matthew Pizza
      Expert Gearhead

      Backcountry Essential

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This weighs practically nothing, costs little, and if you have to use it, you'll be glad.

      I was out exploring Alta before lifts had opened for the season. We came across an older gentleman who had broken a leg. He was with folks and simply waiting for help to arrive, but he was clearly cold. I proffered my fancy-schmancy heatsheet and BOY o BOY was he glad.

      Well worth the 6$ should you encounter an emergency.
      If you're hurt and in the backcountry the last thing you want to deal with is hypothermia.

      Get one.

      a perfect solution

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      It's becoming more and more commonly held that the one dollar mylar emergency or "space" blankets really aren't worth the money. Yes, they're better than nothing, but they tear easily, are inefficient in windy conditions and best of all.. ideally you should be naked? ...yup. This heat reflective material is rugged and well assembled. You could probably put a foot through it if you made an effort to, but it likely won't happen by mistake. The obvious bonus of the two person blanket over the single is shared body heat. It's a reusable system and it folds up nicely, Fits nicely in the Maxpedition EDC Pocket Organizer.

      Be Prepared, like a good Scout.

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      This is a great little piece to keep in your pack. Weighs next to nothing, packs small. You have no reason not to take it. Have used it a couple times to put under my pad when snow camping for an extra reflective waterproof barrier. Has some good info printed on the orange side. The printed material has started to rub off though. The coolest part is that you can actually fold it back up and put it back into the resealable pouch it comes in. This is for more than a one time use. I wouldn't leave home without it.

      Nice and Packable

        Thankfully haven't had to use it yet, but I'm sure happy I have it. It's very small and packable, and has the survival instructions printed. You can use it for a blanket, ground cloth, or a shelter. It's not expensive, so there are no excuses to not be carrying one (or more)!

        Always have one of these

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Emergency blankets are something you always want to carry. You hope you don't have to use it but you will want it. This blanket is well made and keeps you warm. The orange color is nice to be spotted and the survival instructions printed on it are nice to help keep you calm. Being a two person blanket it will help keep you warmer.


        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        larger and stronger than the old style silver ones and if you have this with a emergency bivvy and a few candles stuffed in your pack or med-survival kit it will make a unexpected night out on the mountain tons better than it would have been and it can also be used in tons of medical situations. don't take it out of its pouch unless you absolutely need it. when you fold or stuff it back in it will be twice the size it was when you got it new. not very ideal for a nice packable kit. kinda a one time use item in my opinion and a must for any med-survival kit. plus there is some cool survival info in the orange side of the blanket.

        Always wanted to get some of these

          I've always wanted to have some of these for emergency situations. They are inexpensive enough here I am stocking up for family gifts for my kids, married kids & grandkids to have available. Good, practical, Christmas "filler" gifts that could be a survival story if ever needed. [I would rather be skiing/snow shoe outings/touring/playing in Hawaii's surf in Dec than shopping - so I work on Christmas all year long]

          Better safe then sorry

            Haven’t used and hopefully will never have to. I keep it in the back of my wagon along with my first aid kit and other emergency items. On mountaineering expeditions I carry it in my pack just in case. For the price, why not?

            SOL Emergency & Survival Blankets

            AMK Marketing rep Jordan Hurder breaks down the SOL Emergency and Survival Blankets, showing exactly why these durable emergency shelters outperform traditional Mylar "space blankets" in just about every way.

            Good to have... just in case

              First, you never want to HAVE to use one of these but if you ever do, they are very good at keeping you warm.

              The size is nice. I've used the smaller blankets before and having the larger just makes it easier to wrap yourself up if you need to. I suppose you could fit 2 people in one(like the picture) but I'm 6ft 200 pounds and I think it would be really hard to have 2 people in one.

              Other than that, it is pretty much your typical foil survival blanket that keeps you warm when you need to be.

              Anyone ever have experience actually using...

              Anyone ever have experience actually using one of these?

              I haven't used this particular brand. I have used the basic mylar emergency blanket in a situation where I grabbed the wrong sleeping bag and didn't realize it until I was making camp. I may have been a little damp from lack of ventilation, but it turned a 45* bag into a 10* bag.

              Best Answer

              Way back in the day we went to Disney world for spring break. We are from Colorado and used to the cold. The day we went to Epcot we were planning on staying and watching the fireworks that night. Being from Colorado 60 degrees is beach weather for us. Standing out waiting for the park to open we were all fine in shorts and t-shirts while the employees were all bundled up shivering. We didn't bring any jackets with us either. As the day went on we were starting to realize it would be cold and miserable once the sun went down, so we started looking for sweatshirts in gift shops but they were way over priced. We ran over to the mission space gift shop and found some space blankets and each got one. So we wrapped up in them and watched the fireworks display. By that time it was probably down into the low 40's or so and we were as warm as can be. The space blankets kept us warm as well as blocked the wind. Needless to say we were objects of interest of the people around us and many people commented on how great of an idea it was to use space blankets.