Small First Aid Kit from Surviveware, Recommended by Amazon Client As Ideal Kit Replacement

Amazon Client, Chosen As a Perfect Kit Replacement

Woodbridge, United States - May 2, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Whether involved in a road accident or hiking incident, it is vital that one has a life-saving first aid kit on their person. A first aid kit is more than just a bag filled with adhesive bandages; it should hold supplies and medical tools to treat a broad range of injuries. This is where Surviveware, a trusted brand for adventure and survival gear, comes in.

Designed for lightweight camping and hiking trips, the Surviveware Compact First Aid Kit holds 100 life-saving provisions for treating cuts, wounds, punctures, bruises, splinters, and insect bites, such as nitrile gloves, gauze and cotton swabs, hypoallergenic tape, crepe bandages, and a CPR kit. Even though the bag carries 100 first aid supplies, it only weighs 1.1 pounds and fits perfectly inside a glove compartment.

The bag is made of 600D polyester with MOLLE-compatible straps. One of the admired features of this portable first aid pack is its labeled compartments. The storage sections are carefully labeled with the content and usage for quick identification and retrieval during accidents and emergencies.

Paul, a Surviveware customer, shared his insights about the Small First Aid Kit in an Amazon review, “All the good stuff I read in other reviews is true. Everything is individually labeled and stored. Everything that needs to be dry is in bags to be kept dry. The owner of the company even emailed me after the purchase with a first aid booklet on how to use everything and with suggested additions (like aspirin or Advil or Benadryl) that aren't included for obvious reasons. The pack itself is really well made and has multiple attachment/hanging options--both of which were unexpected at this price point. This is NOT a cheapo kit from China with a logo slapped on it. A lot of thought clearly went into this kit.

I bought this to replace the old first aid kit I keep in the car and to throw in the backpack on day hikes with the kids or mountain biking and for those applications both the contents of the kit and its size are perfect. If I were going on extended camping trips or multi-day hikes out in remote areas, I'd likely opt for a more extensive medical kit but for a basic, really well laid out first aid kit I can't see how you'd beat this one.”

Replace your old and worn-out kits that only gather dust and don’t provide protection or peace of mind. Stock your home and vehicle with the Surviveware Compact First Aid Kit today, and you’ll never have to worry about not having the right supplies when an accident happens.

Place your order right now and enjoy 20% off your purchase when you use a Surviveware Amazon discount coupon. Grab a Surviveware Compact First Aid Kit today by clicking here.

Contact Info:
Name: Amanda Condry
Organization: Surviveware
Phone: 703-910-5188
Website: https://surviveware.com

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