Personal First Aid Kit, 51 Piece, Plastic Case
Our new generation of hard kit is developed to save time and frustration in the midst of emergency situations. Supplies are easy to find in our newly designed organizer case.
Personal First Aid Kit, 51 Piece, Plastic Case is rated out of 5 by 5.
|Adhesive Plastic Bandages, 2" x 4"||1|
|Adhesive Plastic Bandages, 3/4" x 3"||10|
|Adhesive Plastic Bandages, 3/8" x 1-1/2"||10|
|Antibiotic Ointment Packets, 0.9g||2|
|Butterfly Wound Closures||2|
|BZK Antiseptic Towelettes||6|
|Extra-Strength Non-Aspirin Tablets||4|
|Fingertip Fabric Bandages||1|
|First Aid Guide||1|
|Knuckle Fabric Bandages||1|
|Nitrile Exam Gloves||2|
- Be ready for all potential emergencies at home, in the car, outdoors or on the water.
|Size||6" x 4.25" x 1.25"|
|Pieces in Kit||51|
|Refills Single Use||Boxed Refills|
Rated 5 out of 5 by Butch from Great First Aid Kit for the Car As the father of two active daughters and a lover of the outdoors, I got this first aid kit to keep in the car, so one was always on hand. It is packaged small enough that it fits in the glovebox or center console easily and doesn't get in the way. With everything from antiseptic wipes to large bandaids it has me covered for pretty much anything my girls would need. The ironic piece is that I have had to use some of the contents twice for myself and not the girls. I was glad that it was on hand after an accidental brush with a concrete curb. I was able to clean the wound, apply the antibiotic salve, bandage it and go back to work. This is something that every parent should keep in the car or in a backpack when out and about.
Date published: 2017-01-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by larry from nice kit Received this as a sample and as I went through the kit with my wife's help (she is an ICU Rn) it has everything you would need for a minor emergency. I liked the different types of band-aids. I wood carve and get nicks and cuts in odd places and the kit has about everything you would need.
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by phil from Handy little kit. This is kit has all of the essentials that you need for any minor first aid. Even has a first aid booklet for assistance. Perfect size for keeping in car or bag for emergencies.
Date published: 2016-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by CaptClo from Compact kit and perfect to keep in tackle bag. I saw this kit online and was really curious if they could fit all of the stuff listed in the packaging. They certainly did! Awesome kit for the average boater/angler.
Date published: 2016-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by Troy from Essential "away from home" First Aid Kit We received the 52 piece First Aid "Kit" in a timely manner. Being a foster parent, we are not strangers to "band aids", scrapes, cuts, insect bites, etc. Though we should always be prepared, we often find ourselves in search of a basic first aid item. It never fails that the item that we need at any given surprise "incident" is the one item that we do not have. Although it is impossible to be prepared for any and all first aid need, this "kit" is a MUST for each vehicle, bug out bag, travel bag, office or any other "away from home" situation. At home (especially a multi-child household where "science experiments" and the gravitational pull exists), a more comprehensive and custom first aid "kit" is recommended. A few things about the container for this 52 piece kit is that it is easily stowed, it is sturdy enough to be packed in the bottom of the suitcase and come out unscathed, and there also remains enough room in it to add a few additional bandages or to customize its content as according to specific needs. My favorite characteristic of this kit is the "Guide To Basic First Aid" booklet. During those moments immediately following an "incident" where injury(ies) are sustained, not everyone on the scene knows what to do "In case of: xxxx..." This booklet covers many first responder procedures that the first aid kit itself "can't do", i.e.: Choking subject, unconscious subject, etc. Some things I recommend adding to the booklet are: "Heat Injuries" and "symptoms of shock". Either way, I recommend as stated.
Date published: 2016-12-16