In this post, you’ll see a full review of the tact bivvy ultralight emergency bivvy sack by survival frog. Continue below.
Many people are doing jobs for which they have to spend time outdoors. In other cases, they may be hiking. Due to weather conditions or other reasons they may not be able to reach their planned destination for the night.
In such cases, they may have to spend their night outdoors. Hence they require a sleeping bag or bivvy so that they can get some rest outdoors. There are a large number of sacks available for use in emergencies, and this one is one of the best sacks available on the market today.
The Tact bivy sack is designed for those who are spending their time outdoors and would require a bivy sack, which they can use to sleep at night, in case they are unable to reach any shelter. Lack of sleep at night, can adversely affect the health of a person , so even if a person is lost, they should try to get sleep at night since they are tired.
It’s is a light weight alternative to the conventional sleeping bag, and is designed to keep the user warm and protected even if the outdoor temperatures are low. It is highly recommended for those who are spending their time in remote areas, where there is no homes or buildings
Description and Features
Heatecho polyester film which is reflective, light in weight and extremely thin is used for making the sack. The sack prevents heat loss, since the heat of the body is reflected back to the user. The sack is durable, waterproof and will not be damaged by strong winds. It will also not tear easily and the seams are taped to increase strength. When not in use, the sack can be easily compressed and stuffed into the stuff sack provided to carry it conveniently.
The stuff sack can be easily closed using a para-tinder drawstring which is more than 10 inches in length. The inner cord can be used for starting a fire if required. A carabiner is provided so that it can be clipped on a backpack or bag. It is also has a 120 decibels loud whistle to help a person who is lost to alert others
When compressed the sack is very compact, light in weight and will easily fit in the palm, so a person who is traveling can carry it without increasing the weight of his bag significantly or taking up . It is also large enough to accommodate tall people, since the length is 7 feet and width is 3 feet.
The Heatecho material ensures that the user will remain warm even in cold weather. The user will also be protected from rainfall, strong winds because polyester film is used. It is better protection than an emergency blanket, since it is taped in the form of a sack.
- Extremely light in weight, compact in size, so it can be easily added to travel bag
- Inexpensive, costs far less than other bivvy sacks
Watch the video below to see the full review from SkilledSurvival.
From the video, it seems like the emergency sack by Survival Frog isn’t a bad deal. It all depends on what you’re looking for and your specific needs.
The Tact Bivvy Emergency sack is extremely affordable, lightweight and ideal for emergencies.
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