Survival Wrap 5-Pack


MSRP: $11.25
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Big insurance in a small package, these 52" x 84" heat-reflective survival wraps can make a difference when it really counts. Also useful as an emergency reflector, signaling device or sun shade. 

Dimensions: 2.5" H x 4" W x 2.5" D (all 5 packed)
8.8 oz

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  • 5
    Survival Wrap

    Posted by MARK on 09 14 2020

    A good value. Product seems to be good quality. I keep several in each vehicle.

  • 5
    Great value pack

    Posted by Mike on 05 13 2020

    Excellent value pack. Right price, right product

  • 5
    so far so good

    Posted by Derek on 05 14 2019

    This comes prepackaged in a tight bundle. I put a few of them in my IFAK to treat hypothermia. I haven't had to use one yet so I can't speak to how durable or effective they are just yet

  • 4
    not yet examined

    Posted by Unknown on 06 13 2017

    Expect no issuea. But remain overseas and have not seen any products purchased from RE.

  • 5
    A great value for a useful product

    Posted by Unknown on 03 12 2015

    I have seen other reviews criticizing these little Mylar blankets, saying they don't work. If they were the best way to stay warm and dry, none of us would own a sleeping bag. The reality is that these cheap disposable products have a use and Rescue Essentials offers them at a very good price. I like the small form factor and packaging of these for my kits where space is at a premium. I have used six of them in the past few weeks and they have solved the problem I had at that moment. If I had all the space, weight carrying capacity and money in the world, I might have something else. Until, then, I will buy these in bulk and not worry about handing them out to people I encounter who need a little help staying warm(er), like the three ladies I paddled up to Saturday who had flipped their canoe and were shivering on the bank. After letting them use my pack towel to dry off, they each wrapped themselves in one of these shiny little blankets I pulled out of my Pelican case and off they paddled. They finished their trip more comfortably than if I had not had these.