For those of us that are near a Harbor Freight store, there are quite a few items in their inventory that will suit us in a basic survival or grid down situation. One thing I have learned about Harbor Freight is that most of their products are well made, long lasting, and economical,,,,,,,but there are some items that are down right junk and not worth wasting your money on. So i will be the guinea pig and buy these useful items and put them to a basic test, then put them to use in an actual field/work environment to see if they hold up. So for my first review, I will start with a nicely made wool blanket blend for $11.99,60 In. x 80 In. Wool Blend Blanket Now, I have read Brokor’s Thread on surplus wool blankets,Gear Review - 100% Wool Blankets (Master Listing) Problem is, these stocks of surplus blankets have all but dried up and any still in stock are no less than $100 dollars. Sorry, but for that price, I will buy a good sleeping bag. These blankets are 80% wool blend, weigh around 2.5 pounds and have a stitching on all sides, Are 60”x80” I have Bought quite a few of these for various uses such as in a few cache kits, winter car kit and so forth. I even use a couple for my daily bedding. I also,wash these in a washing machine on delicate cycle and tumble dry on low. Which if you read the above tag is a no no. Well, for $12, I am not wasting any time washing by hand. The ones I have used for my bedding do get washed about once a month and they have yet to show any sign of breaking down. So in short, they are well worth the buy and so far have been very durable and long lasting for the ones that I have owned for over two years.