About Adventure Medical Kits QuikClot® Sport Clotting Sponge
Closeouts. Adventure Medical Kits' QuikClot® Sport clotting sponge is an excellent addition to any first aid kit. Made of chemically inert material that speeds blood coagulation, QuikClot® beads are securely contained in a sterile, non-adherent mesh bag for easy application.
Specs about Adventure Medical Kits QuikClot® Sport Clotting Sponge
- Material: Sponge
- Weight: 0.8 oz.
- Dimensions: 3-1/2x3-1/2"
- Made in United States of America
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Reviewed by Camper/Scouter from Texas on Tuesday, September 19, 2017Prior Reviews listed expired Expiration Date or soon to expire Expiration Dates and I assumed this problem was fixed. It is not fixed and ask for expiration date prior to ordering. The use of expired Quick Clot could easy become a liability issue
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Supernova02 from Bellingham WA on Tuesday, August 15, 2017Hopefully I don't ever have to use this but I'm glad I have it at the ready now. I have 2 of these added to my "Adventure Medical Kits Trail Hiker First Aid Kit" that I purchased on STP. This goes in my day hike backpack with my 10 essentials. I also use this kit when I go to the shooting range. Best to always be prepared for accidents you pray never happen. I will also be purchasing a few more of these for my bug out bag and 7-day emergency supply kit. For the PNW, earthquakes, trail dangers, wind storms, who knows what we may encounter...but let's hope it's none of them!
Reviewed by Bob from Illinois on Thursday, April 20, 2017Got 2 of these for an upcoming trip, but they were both expired. They had no replacements that were not expired?! Thought they would have checked before shipping. Good product and Sierra refunded the me without any hassle though.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Hike Safe from Arizona on Wednesday, April 12, 2017The date shows these are expired. Not willing to take the risk if ever needed to use these.
Reviewed by Spooler from Tennessee on Thursday, March 23, 2017I ordered 3 sponges in the middle of March and received them a few days later. They were well packaged and just as advertised and a good price. However, 2 of the sponges have expiration dates of November and the other is April. This would be fine if I had someone on my floor bleeding out when I placed the order but I bought these to keep in my range bag in case of emergency. I do not typically rotate my trauma supplies every thirty days. It'd be worth checking into the expiration date before ordering these from STP.
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