- ? BETTER THAN MYLAR: Made of premium PE material, which is thicker and more durable than nearly all of mylar emergency blankets. It does better in tear resistance performance and possible to reuse it if you use carefully and fold it up patiently. Besides, it is quieter and makes less annoying noise.
- ? DURABLE and PORTABLE: 40um thickness, thicker and stronger than other similar products. Each emergency blanket measures 52in X 82in, large enough to wrap around your body and provide you comprehensive protection. Ultralight, only 3.6oz so compact that you can put it in your pocket easily.
- ? THERMAL and WATERPROOF: This emergency blanket creates a weather resistant barrier between you and the frigid cold and helps retain up to 90% of body heat to prevent hypothermia and shock in extreme weather conditions. Outstanding waterproof performance keeps you dry and warm in damp, wet, rainy, and downright cold environments.
- ? MULTIFUNCTIONAL and VERSATILE: It can be used as tent footprint, backpack cover, rain poncho, emergency signal, shade cover, bird repellent, emergency shelter, sleeping bag liner, ground cover, wind blocker, arm sling, tourniquet, bivy, trail marker, water collector, snow melt container and so on.
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❄Do you know something about hypothermia？Hypothermia is defined as the human body temperature (rectum and esophagus, tympanic cavity) less than 35 ℃, and it maybe causes death directly or indirectly. Hypothermia happens when the body cannot produce as much heat as it loses. The disease progression is slow. If the temperature drops to below 32 ℃, the normal metabolism of human organs will not be able to work. In addition, it is worth mentioning that, for the elderly, even in the room that is not too cold may also appear hypothermia. Hypothermia causes more than 1,500 deaths a year in the United States, but most of us know few things about it.
? In the Tokyo marathon (on March 3, 2019), the famous Japanese player, Suguru Osako, had to drop out of the race in 29 km due to the hypothermia. It’s only 5℃ and rain in that day. He began to lose his agility after running 27 km, and footage showed he shivered on the sidelines after the game. This brought the hypothermia came within public field of vision.
? In the event of hypothermia, in addition to seeking professional help, we should try to help the patient keep warm, if the patient wears wet clothes, should be removed or cut off. Be gentle when undressing. Cover the patient with a blanket or clothing. Do not let the patient lie on the cold ground. Observe the patient’s breathing and pulse carefully and perform CPR if necessary.
? THE MOST IMPORTANT IS I wish everyone put one of our emergency blankets in your survival kit and it traps your body heat to keep you warm even in frigid temperatures. Most of us buy the emergency blanket with the hope that we’ll never actually need them, but as the saying goes, “It’s better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it.”
? Have a happy life.