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Timok Emergency Sleeping Bag and Emergency Tent 2PCS Thermal-Emergency-Blankets Ultralight Waterproof Bivy Sack Multi-Purpose Survival Gear for Hiking, Camping, First Aid Kits, Outdoor Survival Gear

Price: $18.99
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100% SATISFACTORY SERVICE: We provides 90 days free return service for emergency sleeping bags. If you are not 100% satisfied with our emergency bag and tent, please feel free to let us know, we will help you to solve every question. WARMFUL EMERGENCY BAG & TENT: The emergency sleeping bag serves as your emergency blanket, survival shelter, and emergency bivy sack all-in-one. The special material reflects 90% of your body's heat back to you, stay warm and alive in extreme conditions. Save your life in an emergency. Survival whistle provides up to 120 decibels sound, enough to be heard at long distance. EASY TO SET UP?Just run the 20ft rope of paracord through both ends of the tube tent and tie between two trees or sturdy objects 3-4 ft off the ground. LIGHTWEIGHT AND MULTIPLE?mylar tube tent can also be used as an emergency sleeping bag, emergency bivy sack, pup tent, space blanket, or thermal bivvy.hey are durable enough for repeated use, so they can be folded up and put back in the waterproof nylon stuff sack. These can be conveniently clipped onto gear for transport and are compact enough to be put in a car glove box. These are helpful in a car accident or unexpected breakdown. PERFECT ULTRA LIGHTWEIGHT GIFT TO GIVE FOR CHRISTMAS: Both the sleeping bag and the tent come in their own durable waterproof stuff sack so you can store it anywhere. They also come with a convenient carabiner clip to clip on to any bag. Throw these in the glove compartment in case a winter storm finds you trapped in your car for the night. You can also keep them in your emergency shelter at home! We want you to expect the best and prepare for the worst.