Sleep Anywhere With a Tact Bivvy® 2.0 Emergency Sleeping Bag

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Where do you sleep if that day hike unexpectedly turns into an overnight excursion?

If it started raining, snowing or storming, you’d be out of luck. The Survival Frog Tact Bivvy® Emergency Sleeping Bag solves this dilemma.

Survival Frog’s emergency bivvy bag will keep you warm and dry thanks to the HeatEcho® reflective polyester film. Despite the compact and durable stuff sack fitting in the palm of your hand, someone as tall as 7 feet can use this emergency blanket.

While it might not be as durable as some of the higher range bivvies, few are as inexpensive and lightweight as the Tact Bivvy® Emergency Sleeping Bag. With an added 120 decibel whistle attached to the stuff sack and a drawstring that can be used as a flammable fire starter, this is the perfect emergency sleeping bag for campers and hikers alike.

Key Features

Sleep anywhere in an emergency with this easy to use, inexpensive bivvy.

Weighing less than 130 grams total and fitting in the palm of your hand, you’ll forget you even brought the Tact Bivvy® Emergency Sleeping Bag with you.

Keep warm and dry with the HeatEcho® reflective and water-proof polyester film that reflects up to 90 per cent of your body heat back to you.

Don’t waste time struggling to pack it away when you’re done with it. Packing it away into the durable stuff sack is easy.

Alert a rescue team to your location easily with the attached 120 decibel whistle.

No tinder, no problem. You can use the inner draw string as tinder to start a fire.

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

For campers and hikers who find themselves in need of an emergency sleeping bag, the Tact Bivvy® Emergency Sleeping Bag offers a safe place to sleep. Keep out of the elements with a lightweight and compact bivvy that you’ll forget you even had until you need it.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.