Grabber Emergency Space Blanket

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Grabber Emergency Space Blanket - The Emergency Space Blanket from Grabber is something you always want to have on hand. It will aid in keeping your warm when you need it. It's compact enough that it fits in your pocket.


  • The blanket reflects back 80% of body heat utilizing super insulation proven in space missions


  • Opens to a full 56"x 84" size

Weather and Wind:

  • Windproof, waterproof and flexible to -60°
This handy 2-oz. blanket measures 56" x 84". In cold climates, it can keep a stranded skier, snowmobiler or camper from freezing even at sub-zero temperatures. And it packs up compactly to store in your vehicle or keep in a pack.
Color: Silver/Copper.
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Weight:1.5 oz

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Grabber Emergency Space Blanket Reviews:


kept me warm

was at a mountain bike race waiting for my field to start, there was a bad crash in the pro field so they announced a 30-45 min delay while they got the person removed from the course, didn't want to loose my spot at the starting line so had wife go grab it from my hunting pack and wrapped up in it and could feel the warmth almost as soon as I wrapped it around me, now I will have to replace the hunting one and add some to all our cars, and great present toppers for this years Christmas gifts for mom and dad.
raiderbob at Cabelas on 11/05/2013

I found a hunter lost overnight who used this.

While Elk hunting in the rugged Cascade Mountains in Washington state, I learned of an elk hunter who did not come back to camp the previous evening. After several hours searching for him I found him walking along the trail. He said that he had shot an elk at dusk and was forced to spend the night in the snow. He built a fire, heated the ground then move the fire and slept on the warm ground with two space blankets wrapped around him. He move the fire several times and with the space blankets, survived. He said that one would not been enough.
BillFJR1300 at Cabelas on 11/07/2013

Emergency ready

Very light and do not take up much room. I would recommend this to any one going into the field, easy to throw into you bag and there if you need it.
Tnhumpy at Cabelas on 03/28/2012

Not for everyday use.

Good for emergency use, kinda cheap but small and light no reason not to have two in your camp gear or car.
dvon81 at Cabelas on 06/12/2012