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Surviveware Small First Aid Kit with Labelled Compartments for Hiking, Backpacking, Camping, Travel, Car and Cycling.

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Item Dimensions LxWxH 8 x 6 x 3 inches
Item Weight 1 Pounds

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  • ORGANIZATION IS KEY Each inner sleeve is functionally labelled and organized to do the thinking for you in critical situations. If your loved one is a hero, give them a tool that is essential in an emergency.
  • DURABLE, STRONG AND DESIGNED TO LAST We know the importance of quality, that’s why the Surviveware Small First Aid Kit is made from 600D Polyester for extreme adventures, with ripstop material enabling you to stop any tears before they spread, and a zipper certified for 1000 zips.
  • COMPACT, LIGHT, AND PORTABLE This kit is packed with 100 essential supplies for backcountry expeditions. Weighing in at 1 pound, it is ideal for an active lifestyle and easily carried on a backpack, belt, or EDC bag via MOLLE compatible straps and snaps.
  • WATERPROOF INNER CONTENTS. Not only is the bag water-resistant, but all the inner contents are protected from water damage in durable, laminate pouches.
  • FSA & HSA APPROVED. Our first aid kits are 100% HSA and FSA Eligible. Why not invest in great Survival First Aid Kit and use your hard-earned FSA and HSA funds?
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WHY TRUST SURVIVEWARE?

At Surviveware, we think preparedness, we live survival, and we breathe first aid. When you are stressed and faced with an emergency, being organized will help you stay calm. That's why all our kits are organized so you can find what you need. Our kits do the thinking for you, so you can take action when time is of the essence.

WHY BUY THIS SMALL FIRST AID KIT?

  • Quality 600D polyester pouch
  • Quality zippers
  • HSA and FSA Eligible
  • Organized Compartments

ADVANCED FIRST AID HANDBOOK AND INFORMATION GUIDE

During an emergency, it's natural to panic and stress. This kit comes with an advanced guide to help make the correct decisions when it is needed the most.

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Dimensions 7.5" x 6" x 3.5" 12" x 8" x 6" 9" x 7" x 4" 9" x 6" x 6" 20" x 14" 10" 12" x 8" x 6"
Weight 1 lb 3.25 lbs 2.25 lbs 1.8 lbs 27 lbs 3 lbs
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Bag Material 600D Polyester Bag 600D Polyester Bag 600D TPU Bag 600D Polyester Bag 600D Tarpaulin Bag 600D Polyester Bag
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  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
  • Product Dimensions : 8 x 6 x 3 inches; 1 Pounds
  • Item model number : FBA_SW001
  • Date First Available : June 23, 2016
  • Manufacturer : Surviveware
  • ASIN : B01HGSLB6K
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Reviewed in the United States on January 15, 2019
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not as Pictured or Described!
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What I received was NOT what was advertised. It was a plasticized foil bag instead of a sturdy bag with webbed straps and zippers. It is not a produce that can be used for hiking, biking, or other travel. ZERO STARS!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Best small and lightweight kit yet! But tourniquet needs improvement.
By Dan on March 20, 2017
This is one of the best small sized first aid kits that I have ever purchased. It is well organized and easy to find the items you need. If it has a major shortcoming, it would be the included "tourniquet". The elastic band is worse than not including a tourniquet at all, as someone with less first aid training and experience might believe they have a tool to cover major arterial bleeding. They will not. The center pocket where this elastic tool is located, along with assorted other items, would be a perfect place for an actual tourniquet, such a SOF-T, a CAT or even a TK4. I don't know if a CAT or SOF-T would fit in the current pocket, as I have not tried one, but I was able to tuck a TK4 into it with no problem. It would make the kit more expensive to include such a tourniquet, but it would not have to be included. Just design the pocket and label for it and let customers decide which tourniquet they want to equip their kit with, if any.

I found the CPR mask case unnecessary and used too much space. I removed the contents of the case and placed them in the allotted compartment by themselves. The kit is inexplicably missing antiseptics and antibiotic ointments, either the items themselves or a clear place to store them, and I ended up adding them to the Adhesive Dressings pouch for lack of a better place. I replaced the flimsy triangular bandage with a heavier one that could double as a tourniquet or pressure bandage. I also added squeeze bulb for wound cleaning.

The attachment straps provided on the back of the kit are versatile and well thought out. My only complaint with them is a unique one; the snaps were set into both the nylon strap and the body of the bag itself, preventing me from being able to remove them as I could easily do with the rest of the strap assembly. I had no need for the straps and wished to lighten the bag for backpacking.

It sounds like I'm being ultra critical, but this really is a good kit with the exceptions of the above listed items. It is lightweight, (a must for backpacking), but not flimsy in any way. The 600 denier nylon construction is the perfect compromise between weight and strength. The organized pockets allow you to open the bag without anything spilling out and still be able to go straight to the item you need without delay. There is room to add some of your own materials and still not overstuff the kit.

I would rate it 5 stars if the tourniquet issue was addressed.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Thoughtfully Packed and Excellent Quality
By David on September 7, 2016
With a huge amount of first kits available on Amazon I was keen to find one that suited my needs. I work offshore on yachts and I always like to have my own back up first aid kit in case the yacht's one is lacking in some way. In my free time I ski through the winter and spend the summers hiking and trail running. I like to keep the weight I carry to a minimum but I still feel more comfortable in the outdoors if I am ready for anything - within reason of course!

After contacting the seller to chat through this kit I ordered it with the understanding that it was thoughtfully packed out with all the necessities while not being bloated and overweight. I was excited to unpack it when it arrived! Here are my thoughts:
A lot of thought has gone into the kit to make sure that you have what you need but don't end up carrying around unnecessary items.
Everything has its place so it is easy to find items. This is really important with the likely stress that is involved with a first aid situation. It is also easy to put items back in the right place and, after a trip away, it is easy to see what needs replacing.
The bag that houses the kit is excellent quality and protects it's contents well. The zips work well, it has a handy carry handle and a great couple of loops on the back to strap it to a bag etc. In the attached picture I have strapped it to my camera bag.
It is a good size. Big enough that I feel confident heading off for a few days camping but small enough to stuff into backpack pockets etc.
A great item - I will be buying a second one so that I have one at home and one to travel with.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Long review, but it might just answer your questions...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 12, 2020
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 12, 2020
So, I felt compelled to write a review on this item as I spent some considerable time choosing a small first aid kit and had some doubts about it when ordering. However, I am not disappointed with my choice and want to address a couple of issues raised by others in their reviews.

But first, a little about me. I am a former paramedic who switched professions some years back. I am now in a line of work that means I still see and deal with trauma and injuries and I now have a young family. So I have both professional standards and family expectations.

I was looking to replace my old small FAK for home and camping as it had begun to perish and fall apart. I could have made a kit up with having access to supplies but still needed a new bag. I searched the web and amazon but kept coming back to this kit as I liked the layout of the bag. So eventually I bought it and it arrived within 24 hours for me.

Some have commented on the value of the kit, that the contents aren’t worth the cost. I can see where they are coming from as whilst there is a lot of items in the kit, they are made for Surviveware and so are not costing them anywhere near that. But, it is a good selection that to source yourself would require time, effort and you would end up with loads of spares. It all fits the bag nicely without squashing, a little room for extras and without leaving you wanting for anything too crucial. Remember, this is a small FAK. Not a grab bag or response kit. So I could swallow the premium on this occasion.

The size. Some have concerns with the size but as you can see from the pictures, it’s not too small yet small enough to be attached to either a belt, bag or webbing. Again, it’s well stocked for the size.

The front zip pocket allows for storage of personal meds and so on. A really nice feature that allows the user easy access to tablets, blister packets and so on.

It comes sealed in a watertight bag (untested). Once opened though, it doesn’t seem to re-seal that well, so I would assume this is more of a safety seal for sale and shipping. If you want it waterproof, buy a small dry bag to stick it in.

The molle attachments seem strong and have additional Velcro tabs. Again, a nice bit of thought.

Red is a good colour for a FAK. Along with green. Black, grey and other military style ones are only good for those that really need an operationally discreet FAK. If you want one for home or recreation, bare that in mind.

The weight is not an issue. Its not heavy. Don’t worry about it. The zips appear good quality. Large, easy sliding two way zips. The stitching and other integral parts of mine were spot on. No loose threads.

The labelling system Is something new for me with a small FAK, but I like it and it means that anyone who picks it up is less likely to empty it all out or faf around looking for stuff.

Not many of the items included have use by dates. They don’t really need them. That said, the shortest date in my pack is 7/22 so about 2 years off.

The removable cpr pouch is a nice item and again, robustly made.

It’s designed for the US. Whilst the first aid booklet still contains Valid instructions, it would have been nice to see it contain UK numbers like 999 but 112 will still work.

Overall, I went for this out of laziness on my part and with some doubt, but I’m glad I did. I think it is worth the money, but no more than the £29.99 I paid. I would like to see it more around the £20-25 mark and it would be a must for families or those who holiday a lot.

I will be adding a few more items to my kit, a few more plasters (kids ones), a clinical waste bag, a few more gloves and some spray plaster, along side meds such as paracetamol, ibuprofen and antihistamines and the bag will take it.

As time goes by, it gets used and so on, I’ll update my review accordingly. So hopefully I don’t end up eating my words.....
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Minty
5.0 out of 5 stars An excellent small kit
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 6, 2020
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Tim
5.0 out of 5 stars Quality kit
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 15, 2020
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Redlabel
3.0 out of 5 stars Smaller, organized, late
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 8, 2020
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m.h
5.0 out of 5 stars Compact First Aid
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 20, 2020
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