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Silverline - Emergency Blanket 2pk (1m x 2m) - £1.83 @ Amazon

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Silverline 226306 Emergency Blanket 1m x 2m 2-PackWhether you're camping, hiking, cycling, or driving, an emergency blanket is an essential part of first aid and car emergency kits.

Providing protection in all-weather conditions, the Silverline Emergency Blanket is showerproof and windproof, protecting the wearer against light rain and strong winds in adverse weather conditions, and importantly, provides warmth in cold conditions.

If you're suffering from shock or trauma, this emergency blanket will assist in regulating body heat. It can easily be packed into a car or rucksack due to its compact, low-bulk shape when folded, and is virtually weightless, enabling you to effortlessly carry it with you as part of your essential kit. This product is a no-brainer for anyone taking part in outdoor pursuits of all kinds.

- Silver coating provides high visibility in dim light and from a distance

- Highly reflective element maintains core temperature in virtually all conditions, ensuring that blood circulation and heart rate remains active and level

- Large enough to wrap around the body while remaining compact enough to transport and store

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  • Product Dimensions: 1m x 2m

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    Would bacofoil do the same job? I keep a roll in my boot in case of emergencies.
    I believe emergency blankets are made out of mylar, and tin foil is aluminium - assuming this is true, then no, it's not the same or remotely similar. Mylar has insanely good heat retention and light reflection properties that aluminium doesn't have. A plus of using mylar is that the reflective properties will make it easier for rescuers to find you if you need it.

    That being said, the best way to test it is to wrap yourself in some tinfoil and see how warm you feel.. 
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    A must for the EV travellers
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    Semi useless without a blanket.
    Semi useless without a partner 🤭
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    Better to spend a bit more and invest in a reflective survival bag - for example, Lifesystems sell one you can step into a wrap the sides around yourself, or Heat Sheets/SOL do a bag that stores rolled smaller than a Cola can - as trapping warmth with these cheap blankets isn’t easy…more psychological effect than anything else, although might keep the rain and wind off
    Totally agree with this, I have this one and thankfully have never had to use it so cannot speak to its efficacy but it’s under 100g so you won’t notice it in a hiking bag, I also take one of these in the winter, you can but cheaper but they won’t pack as small or be about 200g! I have a friend that always uses his bothy to brew up in if the weather is inclement   
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    Just ordered 4 for the 5% discount. Hopefully I'll never use these and they'll be a waste of money. But for the price, it's cheap peace of mind
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    Wife has no excuse for putting the heating on for her & the kids now!
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    I put them behind the radiator as a cheap way of reflecting the heat from going into the wall.
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    Great for keeping aliens at bay
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    Ordered, many thanks
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    Ordered one for me and one for the parentals.

    Thanks Op

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    Any good for behind radiators ?
    Just what I was thinking
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    Thanks Rmcstar - just ordered a few for my sons cars and mine (edited)
    Any relatively new car will likely have them already
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    Interesting reviews… used a lot for baby sensory ! Bought some for car and for little baba to roll around on.
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    There was a woman on the television iron old crisp packets together to make these to give to homeless people. Truly bonkers when they cost under £1.
    She thought it was a good idea to give a hungry homeless persons an empty food container (edited)
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    dont need it, bought it anyway
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    Bought to put in the car in case of breakdown. Thank you
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    Need emergency sleep, bought!
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    This is the best toy for babies ever.
    Bought it for exactly that
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    So an FYI for those who don't venture under your boots parcel shelf.

    In modern cars, not sure when but my 2016 had it, there will be a med kit under the parcel shelf.

    Contains some really nice items, burn kits, bandages, bleeding out triage etc - and - heat blankets.

    So you might already have these in your car.

    Ps-(the med kit is seriously lacking minor paper cut plasters :()
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    so i presumme this is just voted hot due to the over the top health and safety culture we have these days?
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    Good spot, thanks OP
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    Just don’t smoke when you have this on they are highly flammable. Your warm up quicker tho lol
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    Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months. OMG i dont know where i will be tomorrow never mind in 1-2 months
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