ADVENTURE MEDICAL KITS Ultralight 0.5 Solo First-Aid Kit

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ADVENTURE MEDICAL KITS Ultralight 0.5 Solo First-Aid Kit
 
2.5

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1.0

Not the greatest

By DICKMAN

from Intercourse, PA

About Me CPR Trained, Novice First Aid Skills

Pros

  • ARE NONE

Cons

  • Difficult to Use
  • Doesn't Alleviate Pain
  • Ineffective
  • THE BaG RIPPED

Best Uses

  • DONT USE

Comments about ADVENTURE MEDICAL KITS Ultralight 0.5 Solo First-Aid Kit:

I used the product as a backpack first aid kit on a few trips and was disgusted with it. The bandages and supplies are terrible. I recommend using one of Adventure Medical Kits (EMS sells them too) many different and AMAZING kits.

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4.0

Great Light Weight Basic Kit

By Outdoor Family Adventurer

from New Hampshire

About Me Novice First Aid Skills, Outdoor Family Adventurer

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Pros

  • Effective
  • Light weight
  • Room To Customize

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Backpacking
    • Emergency Preparedness
    • Keep In The Trunk
    • Outdoor Activities

    Comments about ADVENTURE MEDICAL KITS Ultralight 0.5 Solo First-Aid Kit:

    I have this kit in my emergency preparedness go-bag. I also use it as my family day hike first aid kit. Whether it is a day hike in the Whites of NH, an overnighter in the AMC High Huts, the slot canyons of Zion in Utah, the rain-forest of Olympia National Park in the Pacific Northwest or hiking in the foothills of Mount Rainier. IT WEIGHS ALMOST NOTHING. YET, IT HAS THE ESSENTIALS, AS WELL AS, ROOM FOR EXPANSION AND CUSTOMIZATION. IT'S WATER PROOF. IT MAKES AN EXCELLENT BASE KIT. There is five of us and I almost never need it, but I am always glad I have it along for that rare occasion. It brings the whole family comfort knowing we have it with us for when the need arises.

    I have added a couple of extra large bandages, band-aids, alcohol rubs, triple antibiotic and pain reliever meds. These add maybe one ounce to the kit, but makes it family practical or lengthens the useful duration of your adventure. I also bring along an ace bandage, though it doesn't fit in the first aid kit, it could be a real life saver in case someone sprains an ankle or worse!

    You can't go wrong for the money!

    I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT!

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