Reviewed by Hike 'til death from Nashville, TN on Monday, December 23, 2013
I got this kit because I wanted to shed some ounces from the current kit I carry while hiking, and although I wouldn't call it "ultra" light, it is lighter than most small kits while still containing the essentials.
Reviewed by The Hobbit from Eugene, Oregon on Monday, August 12, 2013
I really like adventure medic kits because they offer a good starting point to build a excellent first aid kit. They are well thought out and usually leave enough extra room to add extra bandaging, a CPR barrier, ECT...
Reviewed by Aaron R. from Pittsburgh, PA on Thursday, August 1, 2013
If you look at the pictures for this first aid kit, one is correct, but the other is not. This is the Ultralight .7, not the Ultralight and Watertight .7! Everything appears to come as described, except that there is no waterproof pouch. This isn't quite a dealbreaker for me, but now I'll have to use my own bag, which is much less convenient than getting it perfectly sized for this kit. Other than the addition of a waterproof bag and a bigger tube of anti-itch cream, this is just what I wanted for a hiking and canoeing first aid kit. The lack of the waterproof bag from the incorrect picture and description is my sole reason for the two star rating.