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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
on 17 August 2012
what a really good idea.this fits perfectly with the idesa I had for using a tarp...well pleased.works out cheaper than buying space blankets and saves me a lot of duct tape.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
on 3 September 2012
good value for money, small and light-weight emergency shelter. quick to put up and good for emergency situations and disasters.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful
good cheap piece of safety equipment . light simple to use
recommend highly used it at the weekend warm and dry
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 19 November 2013
went wild camping with my son so we tried this shelter out and was surprised to find it works , seems quite strong and will survive another day so ideal to keep in your kit as a back up tent /shelter ,
I sealed /tied one end up so it kept us warmer , worth the money I would say
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on 24 November 2012
Nice piece of kit to carry if your an outdoor type and you get courght short, but after buying this online I found our local poundshop selling them at £1. for that money I brought a few more. If your into hiking/camping these things can make a big difference when put between the inner and outer of a tent, on a cold night.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 15 January 2014
Bought for ore school as a tunnel the children love it so much fun, easy to put up any wear
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on 27 April 2014
This actually works as a tent .It won't last forever ,but is stronger than you'd think. The reflective material not only reflects heat ,but light too , meaning that a torch pointed upwards will have it's beam bounced around making a pleasant bright space. Even better with battery run fairy lights - my preferred camping light source , as it avoids shadows and gives a more encompassing light. It can also be used as a waterproof thermal blanket/bivvy , and doesn't have as much condensation as plain plastic.Right now, I've got it under the long term camp I'm writing from, where it's preventing the damp mould that was previously a problem on the undersides of things on the ground.
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68 of 88 people found the following review helpful
on 8 April 2013
I'm going to start by saying this, all the good reviews on this product are by people who've never tried it. DONT REVIEW SOMETHING YOU'VE NEVER USED. Now loads of people have bought this peice of crap thinking its a genuine survival/ emergency aid.

I bought two from the 99p store (you can get them there)and all I can say is when I tried one I found out they're cheap crap. This won't do you any good in an emergency, even as a space blanket, because they're that thin. The smallest thing will tear a huge hole in them, and it's a good thing the night I slept in it wasn't windy, because it would tear itself apart. Also, there are no holes for tent pegs so forget that A frame shape you see in the picture because to do that you would have to push tent pegs through the material, and that would cause a tear that would spread (tried it on one corner). The only good thing I can think of for this shelter is that it might be good for a cheap kit for a kid to put together for a laugh, and I will admit me and my mates enjoyed camping in them (but only cos they were crap). That and I guess no one could sneak up on you when you were in one, cos you can see through the walls!

And water-proof MY ARSE!

---ADDITION---
I forgot to write this in the review but if you're looking for a peice of small, light and not break-the-bank expensive survival shelter to get you through the night, try one of SOL's bivvy bags. The cheapest ones are really small but I've used them before and they have proved actually pretty impressive. I threw one in my ruck for Duke Of Edinborough and sat in it at our campsite outsidewhile talking/cooking etc to test it out. While it might not be great, I think it would keep you alive overnight. Happy trecking!
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on 11 April 2015
Just took this into the woods... Set up was easy, you may need more cord that supplied, depends how far the trees are apart. It's basically a large silver bag open at both ends. If you want the tent effect, you'll need some sticks to peg it down. Didn't tear or rip and seems quite durable for a one use piece of equipment. For six pounds, it's worth buying and putting into a day bag.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 8 July 2014
It's just two cheap emergency blankets cellotaped together. Not what I was expecting.
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