Amazon with TOysNGamesEtc has the 10-Pack 64" x 74" Emergency Mylar Thermal Blankets for $7 with free shipping on $25+. This disposable rescue blanket keeps in body heat and preserves body temperature in emergency situations. The 10-pack 52" x 84" Emergency Thermal Blankets are also $8 shipped.

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    RakuRay Ben's cred: 71
    Posted 6:28 am PDT 10/12/12

    I can't remember the last time I had a thermal emergency ... well yes I can ... never!
    Now I can prepare for 10 emergencies ... would rather freeze than waste my time and money on something that is, to say the least, unlikely to happen ... ever.

    What a sad freightened country we have become, guess the terrorists have won after all.

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    broadwayblue Ben's cred: 18
    Posted 6:35 am PDT 10/12/12

    Not sure what the terrorists have to do with a car breaking down in the middle of nowhere during the winter.

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    RakuRay Ben's cred: 71
    Posted 6:36 am PDT 10/12/12

    I can't remember the last time I had a car break down in the middle of nowhere during the winter ... well yes I can ... never!

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    broadwayblue Ben's cred: 18
    Posted 6:44 am PDT 10/12/12

    Clearly since something hasn't happened to you in the past it can never happen in the future. lol

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    AnonEMouse Ben's cred: 8
    Posted 6:58 am PDT 10/12/12

    well it can now. 9/11 showed us that

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    RakuRay Ben's cred: 71
    Posted 7:01 am PDT 10/12/12

    Since 9/11 the country has been on a nose dive into worry and fear. Lock down your house, be afraid of everything ... of everyone ... and prepare for the worst because it is just about to happen ... and after all ... the world is going to end this year ... 2012 ... isn't it?


    Forget the thermal blanket, go out and celebrate life and stop worrying about all the things that might happen. The boogey man isn't about to get you and nature isn't out to get you.

    What a sad freightened country we have become.

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    ldnod Ben's cred: 24
    Posted 7:06 am PDT 10/12/12

    I am a hermit who lives on a mountain in an undiclosed location. I live off grid with the exception of my computer that I use to type this. While I am out hunting away from my home, sometimes the storms can get severe. I use these as emergency shelters in the event I am injured and unable to build my own shelter in the snow.

    Enjoy these. They work great! Also serve as reflective marker to SAR Teams.

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    WartHog Ben's cred: 67
    Posted 7:13 am PDT 10/12/12

    good for covering the lawn tractor over the winter.

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    RakuRay Ben's cred: 71
    Posted 7:14 am PDT 10/12/12

    Hermit ... that isn't living in fear that is just plain practical ... but for the rest of us?

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    RamJacCorp Ben's cred: 2
    Posted 7:49 am PDT 10/12/12

    These are also pretty handy in a medical emergency, to keep an injured person warm. Just sayin'.

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    zzyzx Ben's cred: 234
    Posted 8:03 am PDT 10/12/12

    These make great material at a foil hat making party. Besides discussing government sponsored scanning of your brain there, you can discuss global warming - I mean - man cause climate change, genetically engineered food, hand sanitizer products, the creep that live it doors, ghosts, and the end of the world as we know it...

    Course you can use them as Shake and Bake bags to survive when your cell phone stops working some where in the middle of nowhere during the winter (Not sure why anyone would be in such a situation)...But just don't piss of the Lighting Gods. You'll make a good lighting rod and a target for snipers that hang out in the middle of no where during winter...

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    Shmeagle Ben's cred: 762
    Posted 8:24 am PDT 10/12/12

    Raku I agree with your perception of fear in this country, but I don't know if it all had to do with 9/11. We must be the only country in the world where everyone thinks we should be in control of everything and if something goes wrong and awry, there must be someone to blame. Look at the billions we spend on insurance, warranties, guarantees. You mention weather anomalies? Look at how many people are petrified of germs and how much we spend on anti-bacterial.

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    johng333 Ben's cred: 56
    Posted 8:30 am PDT 10/12/12

    I live in different places from the North East to the North West. While traveling on the road sometimes my car breaks down and I am forced to stay overnight or even days in large snow drifts. The only thing that has saved me is the thermal blankets I stow in the glove box. I would keep a regular blanket but my trunk and back seat are filled with things I need to celebrate life.

    I also sometimes come across car accidents. The people going into shock need to be kept warm and I use the thermal blankets. This usually happens when they are celebrating life too much and not watching the road for deer, because looking for hazards like deer means the terrorist win.

    Occasionally I go hiking in the mountains to celebrate life. While hiking bad weather can move in fast and trap you a day or even a week. You can't carry a lot of gear while hiking or it impedes your ability to celebrate life, it also impedes your ability to walk. A small, nearly weightless thermal blanket is an excellent accessory.

    I also use them for my BOB = bug out bag. They are perfect to go with the guns, knives, food, first aide I have stored. I used my BOB to save the lives of crippled orphans and blind nun during Katrina, hurricanes, tornadoes, wild fires, floods, and other natural disasters. I scoff at people who have a BOB for terrorist attacks, that means the terrorist wins, I celebrate life. The best celebration of life is to save crippled orphans and blind nuns.

    I do have my BOB handy for the zombie armageddon. That is just good sense. I'll celebrate life then by popping a cap in your zombie brain.

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    hiya Ben's cred: 6
    Posted 9:58 am PDT 10/12/12

    if you grow um plants indoor these are good to hang on walls to reflect light.

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    hurl3.0 Ben's cred: 293
    Posted 10:01 am PDT 10/12/12

    A few years back, a Korean-American dude, his wife and kid, their car broke down in the middle of nowhere. This happened in the middle of winter. Roads were snowed in. To make a long story short, he went for help and ended up freezing to death in a frozen river. This mylar blanket could've made a difference for him between life and death that fateful day.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3750
    Posted 10:46 am PDT 10/12/12

    ^ I'm not convinced. If I fell in a freezing river wearing one of these the main difference would probably be that when they found me it took a few minutes to determine I was not a frozen pop tart. They will work best if you are not in cold water.

    There is another good use for them as hiya mentioned, you can put a double layer (they're pretty thin, a single layer lets a fair amount of light through) on cardboard panels to create highly reflective surfaces like fake mirrors and place them around an indoor plant grow chamber to decrease light loss, or just hang them around it like curtains.

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    angrymutt88 Ben's cred: 145
    Posted 11:54 am PDT 10/12/12

    That dude had enough gas.oil in his car to burn a tree/tire. He was not thinking.

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    hurl3.0 Ben's cred: 293
    Posted 3:10 pm PDT 10/12/12

    but he didnt have a mylar blanket

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    zzyzx Ben's cred: 234
    Posted 3:31 pm PDT 10/12/12

    #13, a BOB is a Beat Off Blanket... Don't be telling people you have a BOB in your trunk. They'll think you're a freak...

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    JediKnight Ben's cred: 656
    Posted 6:26 pm PDT 10/12/12

    The next time Chipotle has a dress up as a burrito deal, wrap yourself in a mylar blanket.

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