Generated at Tue, 21 May 2019 07:52:18 GMT
Electrode, Comp-406229923, DC-prod-cdc02, ENV-prod-a, PROF-PROD, VER-19.1.1, SHA-dcc2d1bc13aca0beb170d003517affe741b47a8c, CID-2aa32027-d20-16ad960752cc93, Generated: Tue, 21 May 2019 07:52:18 GMT

UST Brands Survival Blanket 2.0, Orange/Reflective

Walmart # 564198481

UST Brands Survival Blanket 2.0, Orange/Reflective

Walmart # 564198481
$12.35$12.35
Only 1 left!
Free pickup today
Delivery not available
Sold byWalmart
Shop now
Survival Blanket 2.0, Orange/Reflective

About This Item

We aim to show you accurate product information. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it.
Survival Blanket 2.0, Orange/Reflective 20-PGR0010-08

Specifications

Features
Survival Blanket 2.0, Orange
Brand
UST Brands
Manufacturer Part Number
270973
Assembled Product Weight
0.2 lbs
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
8.50 x 2.50 x 6.00 Inches
Customer Reviews
3.7
7 reviews
5 stars
2
4 stars
3
3 stars
1
2 stars
0
1 star
1
Top Positive Review
23 customers found this helpful
UST Survival Blanket 2.0
First I don't generally gve 5 stars for anything but this at least gets 4.5 stars plus the price in store is under $12. It is light weight, blaze orange on 1 side, metallic on the other. It's fitted with garments and reinforced all around. Relatively light and about a 16th of an inch thick (a quarter or 2, coins). It's much larger then the competitors at a fraction of the cost (width, at least 2 people wide laying flat). I used it under my family's sleeping bags which helped for clean up but I only felt it during the afternoon while taking a nap. I could definitely feel the reflected heat from the sun on that cold day. I would guess the night would be nominal heat reflection since the air is cooler and the gound absorbs any heat in contact with it. I think its best to really know what a "space blanket" is used for and how they really work as well as its limitations. As for I, we will be using this blanket and another for many more trips and a spare in the vehicle in case of emergencys.
Top Negative Review
Grommets Rip Out
The blanket is great as long as you are not using the grommets as they rip out very easy. The actual I bought has one of the grommets out of place about 1/4" from the edge. If you are planning to tie it up as a shelter, you can do much better for about the same price.
Top Positive Review
23 customers found this helpful
UST Survival Blanket 2.0
First I don't generally gve 5 stars for anything but this at least gets 4.5 stars plus the price in store is under $12. It is light weight, blaze orange on 1 side, metallic on the other. It's fitted with garments and reinforced all around. Relatively light and about a 16th of an inch thick (a quarter or 2, coins). It's much larger then the competitors at a fraction of the cost (width, at least 2 people wide laying flat). I used it under my family's sleeping bags which helped for clean up but I only felt it during the afternoon while taking a nap. I could definitely feel the reflected heat from the sun on that cold day. I would guess the night would be nominal heat reflection since the air is cooler and the gound absorbs any heat in contact with it. I think its best to really know what a "space blanket" is used for and how they really work as well as its limitations. As for I, we will be using this blanket and another for many more trips and a spare in the vehicle in case of emergencys.
Top Negative Review
Grommets Rip Out
The blanket is great as long as you are not using the grommets as they rip out very easy. The actual I bought has one of the grommets out of place about 1/4" from the edge. If you are planning to tie it up as a shelter, you can do much better for about the same price.
1-5 of 7 reviews

good

I actually use this for my floor bedding. I use it as a moisture-proof sheet, placing it under my floor bedding so that I would not feel cold and humid at night. It works well. :D

UST Survival Blanket 2.0

First I don't generally gve 5 stars for anything but this at least gets 4.5 stars plus the price in store is under $12. It is light weight, blaze orange on 1 side, metallic on the other. It's fitted with garments and reinforced all around. Relatively light and about a 16th of an inch thick (a quarter or 2, coins). It's much larger then the competitors at a fraction of the cost (width, at least 2 people wide laying flat). I used it under my family's sleeping bags which helped for clean up but I only felt it during the afternoon while taking a nap. I could definitely feel the reflected heat from the sun on that cold day. I would guess the night would be nominal heat reflection since the air is cooler and the gound absorbs any heat in contact with it. I think its best to really know what a "space blanket" is used for and how they really work as well as its limitations. As for I, we will be using this blanket and another for many more trips and a spare in the vehicle in case of emergencys.
Bought 5 of these. I use several for feral cat shelters. All held up quite nicely over a winter season, even when tented or tent staked. Cats didnt mind the blanket like coverage.( unlike the mylar blankets they wouldnt go near) Bought one for camping as well. Worked great for added warmth

Made a DIY underquilt with it

I like this for the price and for my purpose. Last year I went hammock camping in August, expecting lows at night to be in the 50s. Instead we got driving rain, high winds and 40s. keeping warm in the wind in a hammock can be challenging on a good night, I had the gear to manage what we expected, but not what we had! So I took a simple fleece blanket I had with me and jury-rigged an under-quilt with it using rope and some shock cord and it served to get me through the trip with some middle of the night adjusting when a gap opened up under me and I got cold. An under-quilt is essentially a barrier to keep the wind from drawing heat off the bottom of a hammock. Since insulation is compacted under your weight, and hammocks are thin, the bottom is where you lose most of your heat. I bought this blanket and snapped 5 grommets along both ends and 2 grommets each side. Then I threaded some paracord through the grommets with a barrel lock for adjusting. Total cost was less than $20 and it fits well, packs small and will be used if we see low temps licke that again.
Its durable. It doesnt put off immediate heat like the flimsy emergency blankets but its makinf the space overall warmer I Think.
Questions & Answers3 questions
Get specific details about this product from customers who own it.

Policies & Plans

See any care plans, options and policies that may be associated with this product.
Electrode, App-product, Comp-389264350, DC-prod-cdc01, ENV-prod-a, PROF-PROD, VER-29.0.16-rc-3, SHA-be3b5cd33cf2201002aafe92047174b804e8a87a, CID-
webapp branch
Electrode, Comp-389264350, DC-prod-cdc01, ENV-prod-a, PROF-PROD, VER-29.0.16-rc-3, SHA-be3b5cd33cf2201002aafe92047174b804e8a87a, CID-a737deae-3ce-16ad96074fcaab, Generated: Tue, 21 May 2019 07:52:18 GMT