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Made for the outdoors, and perfect for camping, hiking and travel.
Expanded: 82.6 x 56.3 inches
Folded: 5.2 x 3.1 x 1.8 inches
Weight: 0.35 lb
Expanded: 63 x 43.3 inches
Folded: 4.5 x 2.9 x 1.5 inches
Weight: 0.26 lb
Expanded: 43.3 x 27.6 inches
Folded: 3.8 x 2.2 x 1.1 inches
Weight: 0.18 lb
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Very compact and versatile.
I bought this a few weeks ago and have used it on several excursions so far. My favorite 2 things about it are: 1.) it’s so compact that you can fit it in your pocket; 2.) it’s waterproof, so even if it rains or you spill something on it, all it takes is a few shakes in the wind and you’re good to go. The corner pockets came in handy one day, as well — I put some rocks/stones in them and it didn’t blow away. When it’s time to put it back in the captive pouch, you can easily stuff it back inside with your thumbs (that’s how I do it), no need to fold it nicely or manhandle it. In fact, I found that attempting to fold it before putting it back in makes it harder to stuff it back inside the pouch. Lastly, it’s pretty sturdy despite its relative thinness. It’s one of my favorite camping items I’ve bought in the past year.
A blanket you can have with you when you need it.
This is a very basic blanket for sitting on. I would not expect anyone would wrap themselves in it for warmth. Appears to be 2-ply. A bit slippery. The corners are weighted a little and have pockets for a bit more weight for windy days. can be staked down. Very thin. This is a moisture barrier not a cushion.
Comes in a nice little cloth case and requires you to fold it carefully to get it back in. This will be your greatest challenge.
I would imagine most people would use this on soft grass, or sand. On rougher surfaces you’d want something like a cloth blanket over it.
This could also be used to protect from dirt and water while doing emergency roadside repairs/inspection, or even as a tarp to cover a broken sunroof for example. Or if you are a boy-scout you could make a lean-to for inclement weather while hiking.
Really no end of creative uses if you try.
Appears to be very durable. Will most likely last through multiple uses.
You should keep one or two of these around for those times when only a very durable, waterproof, tiny pack-able plastic/vinyl blanket will do.
The only blanket that will be useful when you need one is one you can have with you. This one you can.
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