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Surviveware LARGE First-Aid Kit: Well-Organized For A Variety of Applications

A solid first-aid kit is so vital for everyday life. No one knows when an emergency will come to pass, so being ready – man, you gotta be prepared. This kit – for about $100 – offers a really solid foundation. Yes, adding in a few additional items will be a good move (medicines, chest seal, tourniquet, etc.) – but I was impressed with the base-line for this kit AND it is really well organized. Check it out and tell us what you think.

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7 thoughts on “Surviveware LARGE First-Aid Kit: Well-Organized For A Variety of Applications

  1. Generally, looks pretty good. First Aid it very important. Add a roll splint. And a ton of Meds and Bandaids. Also a few of the self clinging wrap rolls and a bigger roll of tape. Tape is always getting dirt in it and you end up wearing it off. Moleskins and some bigger bandaids are also super useful. All around it is a start. Most people don’t want to haul around a pile of junk, but if you need first aid, you will wish you had it.

  2. Iā€™d add a tourniquet, wound seal powder, an Israeli bandage, a real cpr mask/kit, Sam splints (finger/arm sizes), hydrocortisone cream, suntan lotion, a head lamp, dental floss and a needle (for emergency sutures), assorted pills ibu, aspirin, etc., and liquid bandage.

  3. I worked on an ambulance for a number of years, and a fire dept that ran EMS for a few years before that. The kit looks pretty good. Itll cover most everything. I feel like for $100 they could have thrown in a $15 rats tq. As far as chest seals go it wouldn’t be too expensive to add them, or you could improvise one with the plastic wrappers and tape. And if I was adding to it I would add a metric crap ton of bandaids (you’ll use em) and probably quick clot just because.

  4. Tim,
    Great review of this first aid kit. Very thorough overview of this kit. This kit looks like a general kit for your car or home. I like the smaller kit that you can use for EDC purposes. Thanks for sharing.

  5. I keep a really good first aid kit in my EDC bag. I made my purchase through MYMEDIC. Comes in a similar style bag and you can add more to it as needed.šŸ‘ŒšŸ‘Œ

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