- Item Weight: 499 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 540 g
- Item Model Number: SUR-FAKHANDYWHS
- ASIN: B01L13UUYU
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 19 December 2017
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,802 in Health, Household & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health, Household & Personal Care)
SURVIVAL Handy First Aid Kit
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- Neatly labelled components
- Handy and rugged bag
- Water resistant
- Spacious interior
- Zippered section on the outside
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I have the smallest, least expensive offering from this company and I have to say I want the other two because this small one is so well thought out.
As you can see from the pictures this First Aid kit is very well organized, labeled and color coded. It is very easy to visually pick out what you need and when time comes to resupply you won't be left wondering where to put something. Now as this is a First Aid kit, your adrenaline probably won't be pumping too hard when it comes time to use this kit but if you were dealing with more stress than you're used to, just glancing at the inside of this kit will make it very easy to grab the things you need to render First Aid to small to medium injuries.
This kit allows you to treat, clean & bandage small to medium lacerations, treat minor to moderate bleeding with pressure and bandage and immobilize a wrist or possibly and ankle.
I carry this kit in my backpack supplemented with a few items to treat more serious injuries.
I really can't say enough positive things about the organization and labeling of this kit.
I really want to get the other two sizes. The medium size one looks great for a car or camping First Aid kit and the larger one looks great for a home or business.
I would love for this company to come out with a kit geared more towards treating more serious injuries.
Have you ever had all the necessary supplies around to do a decent bandage, but ended up using a piece of shirt and duct tape because no one knew where the supplies actually were? Or maybe had no supplies at all? I'll bet you have.
This kit takes the guessing and stress out of it, and when someone is bleeding or crying that's a good thing. You got your labeled, color coded pockets. It's so obvious, but most kits are just a bag of various sized bandages and crap which you get to sort out as they blow all over your camp. This is the kit I wanted all along, and they sell it for $35 just like a lot of the crappier kits.
Real doctors and EMTs and veterinarians can keep track of huge black bags of medical supplies and use them correctly under pressure. The rest of us can probably make better use of a small number of supplies, well organized; that's this kit.
I was happy to see that the kit skips right from the silly bandaids (for appeasing kids?) to the massive headwound triangle bandage. Don't burden yourself with dozens of shapes and sizes. If it's a bad cut, just fold the big one. Even has instructions on how to fold it. There was room for a roll of gauze (which will save me $10 if someone has a medium cut not worthy of the huge head bandage), once I tossed half of the bandaids.
They even found some decent shears to fit in this thing. And the almost-famous Aussie ace bandage which tells you how tight to wrap-- it's actually pretty neat. Apparently good deadly spider bites too. Did not know that, hope to never encounter such a spider, but where I live rattle snakes are a concern. Plus it will do the usual ace bandage ankle and knee stuff. An ace bandage can save a whole vacation.
The kit had extra room, so I added:
- generic single-dose Benydryl and Tylenol. There's a zippered pocket which should work well for those.
- antibiotic ointment. They do include some fairly legit looking antiseptic wipes in the kit, but the ointment is good insurance for dressings.
- Burn cream (lidocaine). Probably sets off the drug dogs, but I'll take my chances.
- quick clot sponge. It costs $12 so it will never come with a $30 kit. But it fits right in there. I'll let it be on top so it falls right into the hands of whoever opens the kit.
- thought about an Israeli bandage, watched the video, thought better of it. The ace and the quick clot can solve the same problems, they just aren't as tacticool or complicated.
Giving this one to my buddy with the duct-taped, scarred arm. Ordering another.