OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED [SURVIVAL] Ultra light super shelter(tent)

Sandspoor

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okay I just checked the page and it should be the UV wall you mentioned before. Actually in the sample we don't have the layer of this function temporarily as our designer think it doesn't work well for heat preservation. we talked this before about this question. heat transfer has two ways: light and air. most heat are come from air instead of light so we are thinking is there another design to solve this problem

I thought the idea for this uv-wall is to radiate heat from your camp-fire to your sleeping mat?
I’ve used this radiation principle on many bug-out shelters and even in an emergency with one of thise “space blankets” and really this WORKS. It is also safer than the direct heat of a fire at close proximity to your sleeping bag :eek:
 
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Sandspoor

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I agree, many people have made a “super shelter” with trees for the frame, a reflective wall ( usually a space blanket) and a clear sheet of plastic to mimic the greenhouse effect.
I’ve never used a clear front but I think I know why it will work - even add to the effect. It effectively keeps the heat inside while still allowing the fire’s heat to be reflected by the uv-sheet.
I can see this can make a huge difference in especially cold and windy areas.