About Adventure Medical Kits Ultralight 0.3 First Aid Kit
Closeouts. Adventure Medical Kits' Ultralight 0.3 first aid kit offers first-aid essentials for trail runners, hikers, and cyclists seeking a streamlined kit for short outings.
Specs about Adventure Medical Kits Ultralight 0.3 First Aid Kit
- Material: Includes 8 - 2x2” sterile gauze dressings 8 - Knuckle and strip adhesive bandages 2 - Butterfly closure strips 3 - Antiseptic towelettes 1 - ½” adhesive tape 2 - Antibiotic ointment 1 - Moleskin 2 - Safety pins 4 - I-Prin (ibuprofen 200mg) 2 - Antihistamine (diphenhydramine 25mg) 2 - After Bite® sting relief
- Weight: 2.3 oz.
- Dimensions: 6-1/2x5x1"
- Made in Philippines
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Luke from Northern Utah on Monday, May 6, 2013I use this kit for backpacking, and it has most of the essentials I would expect to find in a UL kit. I added all my pills, antihistamine, ibuprophin, ext... To complete it and it is now perfect, lightweight and complete. The small nylon bag it comes in does not leave much room for extras but seems pretty durable for years of use. great product.
Reviewed by Ed from Broadview Heights on Monday, April 22, 2013Exactly as described, it's a small and easy to carry basic first aid kit when needs are minimal. It's easy to throw in a day bag/pack, purse or saddle bag so you're never caught without something.
Reviewed by webrider from Illinois on Thursday, April 18, 2013Nice product, haven't used it yet but should work well if needed for minor issues in the field.
Reviewed by june from nc on Wednesday, March 27, 2013Great little first aid kit,k easy to keep close-by for emergency situations.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by mountaiman from portland oregon on Wednesday, February 27, 2013Bought this for sons bug out bag and first turkey hunt.perfect for his little bag.
Question & Answer
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“What is the expiration date on the ointments and pills? Up close it looks like 2005/2006.”
Sorry for the delay in response, this question required some digging. The picture we have on the website is an old picture. The medication expiration date of our current stock is 2013, for both the ointment and pills. Have a great day and again sorry for the delay