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550 of 552 people found the following review helpful
on March 22, 2011
This kit is wonderful. It has so many useful items in it, which I believe, on what you must have at least, in every First Aid kit! I have noticed most injuries do happen outside. Maybe it's a cut, scrape, sting from an insect, etc. The kit also has contents that also apply to in-door "accidents" as well.

However because their are so many items in the kit, it's hard to find the things you need for an emergency that needs to be dealt with as soon as possible. When you open the kit you will see clear pouches containing your medical contents. I suggest you organize everything neatly so it makes things easier to find. In fact, the thin cardboard shell that the kit comes covered with has a good example on how this kit should be organized with this kind of bag.

Here is all the items in the kit(I am surprised none of you actually decide to let others know of all the contents...);
Medicine Antiseptics;
4 Aspirin tablets
4 Ibuprofen tablets
4 Extra-strength non-aspirin tablets
12 BZK antiseptic towelettes
12 Alcohol cleaning pads
3 Castile soap towelettes
3 Insect sting relief pads
3 Antibiotic ointment packs
1 Sunscreen pack
2 Lip ointment packs
3 First aid/burn cream packs
1 Burn relief gel pack

Bandages;
50 Adhesive plastic bandages, 3/4" x 3"
25 Fabric bandages, 3/4" x 3"
10 Fabric bandages, 1" x 3"
10 Junior adhesive plastic bandages, 3/8" x 1-1/2"
4 Knuckle fabric bandages
4 Fingertip fabric bandages
2 Elbow & knee plastic bandages, 2" x 4"
3 Butterfly wound closures

Injury Treatment;
1 Instant cold compress
4 Moleskin squares, 2" x 2"
2 First aid tape rolls, 1/2" x 5yd.
1 Finger splint, 6" x 3/4"
10 Gauze dressing pads, 2" x 2"
4 Gauze dressing pads, 3" x 3"
2 Gauze dressing pads, 4" x 4"
1 Trauma pad, 5" x 9"
1 Conforming gauze roll bandage, 2"
1 Sterile eye pad

References, Instruments;
1 Durable, clear-pocket neon softpack with reflector stripe
1 First Aid Guide
1 Scissors
1 Tweezers, metal
2 Safety pins
10 Cotton-tipped applicators, 3"
2 Exam quality vinyl gloves
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38 of 38 people found the following review helpful
on November 4, 2011
I've come to realize that there is no such thing as the "perfect" first-aid kit, with absolutely everything one needs in it. However, this is a very good kit as a "starting point". Other reviewers have documented what is included in the kit, so I won't rehash that. What's included is of good quality- be sure to check the expiration dates, when applicable, and replace as needed. I check monthly to make sure all is up-to-date & not used up.

I added the following items on my own (I hope this helps anyone trying to prepare their "ultimate" first-aid kit)- 1 small bottle of eyewash; 1 tube of Cortaid (for itching from sources besides bug bites); 1 packet of Dayquil liqui-gels (for daytime cold relief/prevention & sinus/allergy attacks) ; 1 digital thermometer; 1 tube of Neosporin; 1 packet of Nyquil liqui-gels (for nighttime cold relief/prevention); 1 tube of Oragel; 1 packet of 6 Pepto-Bismol (gas/bloating/stomach pain/nausea); 4 packets of Loperamide (diarrhea); Nexcare waterproof bandages of various sizes- while a lot of band-aids are in this kit, I need waterproof ones, too, and that's not included here.

Considering the cost of this kit alone, this is not a lot that I had to add. It is very important to have a kit at work, at home & in one's vehicle. I recommend buying this, with the advisement that you need to add a few extras to be prepared for emergencies that almost inevitably come up.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful
This is exactly the kit I was looking for to keep in my ATV. It contains a generous supply of the basics for injuries and minor wounds that might occur in remote areas. Although it contains two small rolls of medical tape, I've found that a large roll of tape sufficient to wrap sprained ankles, wrists or to bandage a puncture wound always comes in handy. Add that item. This kit is light-weight and fits perfectly into an ATV saddle bag. The flexible nylon container allows for extra items that might be desired - and the bright-orange color keeps it easily visible in the woods if you are working an emergency away from the vehicle, so you will not lose it in the leaves.
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45 of 52 people found the following review helpful
on February 26, 2000
The first aid kit has a good variety of items for use in an emergency. Bandages, medicines, even an instant cold pack. The case's outer shell seems to be a made of good durable material. On the bad side, two of the three inner compartments don't completely seal. They have a single Velcro strip to hold items inside. For larger items, such as a roll of gauze, this is fine. For smaller items such as band aids, this is insufficient. I would expect to open it up and get a lapful of items.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
on February 26, 2000
I really liked how compact this first aid kit is -- and it's AMAZING how much was packed into this kit. It has OODLES of bandages and creams. It also has scissors, tape, tweezers, and wipes. The very first day I had the product, I cut my finger in the kitchen with a knife. The first aid kit was sitting there and I immediately popped it open, used the wipes to clean the cut and bandaged it up. I like the soft side of this kit. I've used other kits with the hard case, but this gives me some flexibility of where it can be stored. I also think because of its flexibility, it can hold more. I'm still amazed when I open it up and find all these pockets where things are stored. It even has a heat pack. I went to use the tape for bandage and said, ""Great, NO scissors."" HA! There they were behind another item... This is a GREAT first aid kit!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on February 13, 2010
I love love love this kit. I have one in my house and one in my car. I usually have my god-children on the weekends and we do a lot of physical activities outside (ride bikes, different sports, go to the playground, etc.). I have had to use this a lot on scraped knees and bug bites and it works great. I love all the band aids and ointments that came in it. The whole pack is so compact that I throw it in the bottom of the stroller and off we go. SN: I found this same product in a different color case at target for half the price.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on January 31, 2011
I actually have a couple of these, they are fantastic! The first one I ordered was missing the sissors but I was sent a new one very quickly. Everything is neat and organized which is a plus when you have little ones and need something quickly. This is also very easy to throw in the car or a backpack to take with you would even fit in most diaper bags.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on December 12, 2012
This product is OK. Basically at 205 items and under $20, you going to get what you pay for.

When I opened it, half of it popped out onto the floor. The contents are not secured in anyway internally. There is no contents list, so combined with the parts being all over the place, I can't tell if it has everything it's supposed to (For example, I'm sure there's a safety pin in there somewhere, I just can't find it).

It has things like single use sunscreen and a single one-use tongue depressor which have spurious value in a first-aid kit. I would suggest looking at kits based on their contents and quality (both of contents and container), rather than the total item count.

But for $20, it's good.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on April 6, 2011
The first thing that struck me when I opened the kit was how bad the organization and pockets were on the inside. I decided to take out the cheap plastic pockets and replace them with ziplock bags, and as I was doing so, the nylon shell basically fell apart. Wasn't too much of a tragedy though, I just replaced it with a more durable nylon EMT pouch I bought from voodoo tactical. All the stuff on the inside was good, name brand stuff. The scissors and tweezers are especially useful and seem to be of good quality. There is actually so much stuff crammed in this package, that I don't usually take it all with me at once on a hike.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on July 12, 2012
The band aids in the kit have poor quality glue. They tend to fall off by themselves within a couple of hours.
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