Adventure Medical Kits 0.7 First Aid Kit - Ultralight
About Adventure Medical Kits 0.7 First Aid Kit - Ultralight
Closeouts. Adventure Medical Kits' Ultralight and Watertight 0.7 first aid kit has supplies for two people on trips up to four days, in a a seam-sealed bag.
Specs about Adventure Medical Kits 0.7 First Aid Kit - Ultralight
- Material: 1 - Splinter picker/tick remover forceps; 1 - Pair nitrile gloves; 3 - Safety pins; 3 - Alcohol swab; 1 - Duct tape (2x26”); 2 - Sterile gauze (2x2”, 2 per pkg.); 2 - Sterile gauze (3x3”, 2 per pkg.); 2 - Non-adherent sterile gauze (3x4”); 5 - Adhesive fabric bandage (1x3”); 3 - Adhesive fabric knuckle bandage; 3 - Butterfly closure bandage; 1 - Conforming gauze bandage (2”); 1 - Pre-cut and pre-shaped moleskin (11 pieces); 1 - Elastic touch-fasten bandage (2”); 4 - After Cuts and Scrapes® antiseptic wipe; 1 - Adhesive tape (1”x10 yds.); 2 - After Bite® wipe; 1 - Tincture of Benzoin topical adhesive; 3 - Triple antibiotic ointment (single use); 2 - Antihistamine (diphenhydramine 25mg); 1 - Aspirin (325mg, 2 per pkg.); 3 - Ibuprofen (200mg, 2 per pkg.)
- Weight: 6.8 oz.
- Dimensions: Pack size 6x7x1" (HxWxD)
- Made in China or Philippines
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by DogWalker from Nashville, TN on Monday, December 23, 2013I 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 Anonymous from Colorado Springs CO on Monday, August 12, 2013Wonderful kit, with a lot included. The bag is great (bright color easy to find, one compartment but not hard to get to anything) nice refill list (so you make sure it is properly filled/stocked.
Reviewed by The Hobbit from Eugene, Oregon on Monday, August 12, 2013I 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 wes from NJ on Monday, August 12, 2013Was suprised how much was in it for the price. I just added a few extras like more advil and water treatment tabs.
Reviewed by fly junkie from California on Friday, August 9, 2013Product as advertised. Would be nice if it was waterproof, but for the money it's a great kit.
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