Grabber Sleeping Bag Warmer

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Grabber Sleeping Bag Warmer -
The Emergency Sleeping Bag is so compact that you can carry it in your shirt pocket. It weighs less than 2 ounces. Yet, when you need it in an emergency, this tough, durable, life-saving sleeping bag provides warmth and protection. It retains more than 90% of radiated body heat.
Measures: 84" x 36".


  • Soft cotton/poly blend pouch.
  • Refill with Grabber Mega Warmers (No. 99587).
  • Reusable pouch.
Need some extra warmth on those chilly nights? Reach for Grabber's super-soft, cotton/poly blend pouch that provides hours of comfortable soothing warmth. Includes one reusable pouch and a FREE Mega Warmer. The Mega Warmer is odorless, clean, dry, non-toxic, non-flammable, and biodegradable. No shaking or kneading required; simply open package and stay warm for over 12+ hours. Great for use inside sleeping bags, beds, and pockets. Also great for relieving pain associated with arthritis and poor circulation.
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Product weight with warmer:3.2 oz.

Grabber Sleeping Bag Warmer Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Emergency Sleeping bag

I carry emergency equipemnt when I'm out hunting. Weight and space are important. This is an excellent product to make it through an unexpected night in the mountains.
bassiest at Cabelas on 08/09/2010

Negative Reviews:

not very durable

I would not recommend the bag. I thought it would be good but when I did need it the bag failed. On our New Mexico elk hunt we got stranded out over night in a below zero snowy weather. The bag tore apart on the cold ground. I was left with pieces of foil. I would recommend something a little heavier duty, even though it means more weight, for the serious hunter in extreme conditions.
lowd at Cabelas on 02/19/2007

Too Cold for Bag

My daughter used the bag in Austrailia one night and she froze. The bag did not keep her warm at all.
underthestars at Cabelas on 07/21/2008

Neutral Reviews:

emg bag back up (Emergency sleeping bag)

Put it right in my emergency car "go pack" and with my winter travel trunk box. So far I have not had to use it yet but it is only December 01.
gennaro2009 at Cabelas on 11/30/2009