|Item Weight||1.28 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.5 x 12.5 x 3.4 inches|
|Item model number||4180AAA|
|Manufacturer Part Number||4180AAA|
Lifeline AAA 4180AAA 121-Piece Road Trip First Aid Kit
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The AAA 121-piece Road Trip First Aid Kit includes first aid instructions, scissors, tweezers, 4 vinyl gloves (2 pair), 1 whistle, 10 cotton tip applicators, 3 sting relief pads, 9 antispetic towelettes, 20 alcohol prep pads, 2 triangular bandage, 1 5" x 9" combine dressing, 20 3/8" x 1 1/2" bandages, 20 standard adhesive bandages, 10 butterfly bandages, 1 knuckle bandage, 2 knee/elbow bandage, 1 4" x 4" sterile gauze pad, 3 3" x 3" sterile gauze pads, 6 2" x 2" sterile gauze pads, 1 2" gauze roll, 2 adhesive tape, 1 carabineer, and 1 sturdy hard shell carry case that is 10.5 x 6 x 2.5 inches in size. The entire kit weighs 1.3 pounds.
From the manufacturer
For more than 100 years, AAA has provided quality services and resources to help their members experience safer and more enjoyable travel. By continuing to uphold principles such as rock-solid reliability and lasting value, AAA has established its reputation as the most trusted name in travel. LifeLine First Aid's shared commitment to quality and value prompted AAA to partner with them to offer its brand for retail sale for the very first time in company history. Together, they bring you a series of First Aid Kits equipped with practical, reliable first aid treatment components.
AAA Road Trip First Aid Kit
Equipment that Keeps you Safe
AAA means quality, and with the 121 Piece AAA Road Trip First Aid Kit, that is what you get. You never know where the road may lead or what may happen, so don't be caught unprepared. LifeLine First Aid--a leader in the field of first-aid and disaster readiness products--has teamed up with AAA to bring you a line of high quality First Aid Kits to keep you prepared for those minor injuries that may occur.
Featuring quality first aid components, these practical first aid kit kits can help protect you in the event of a personal injury. If an accident or personal injury were to occur during your trip, would you be ready to deal with it? Being unprepared for a situation requiring first-aid can turn an inconvenience into something much more serious. Whether for bumps or scrapes that occur in the car, or for dealing with injuries at sporting events, outdoor activities, etc. having the Road Trip First Aid Kit in your car will keep you prepared to address wide range of minor injuries.
- 121 Piece of First Aid
- Hard Shell Foam Carry Case
- Convenient Size for Storage in the Car
What's in the Kit?
The 121 Piece AAA Branded Road Trip First Aid Kit comes stocked with essential first aid items to help you treat minor injuries. Each Kit comes packaged in a high quality, hard shell foam carry case for easy organization of supplies, and the compact design is easy to store. The First Aid components include;irst aid instructions, scissors, tweezers, 4 vinyl gloves (2 pair), 1 whistle, 10 cotton tip applicators, 3 sting relief pads, 9 antispetic towelettes, 20 alcohol prep pads, 2 triangular bandage, 1 5 x 9 inch combine dressing, 20 3/8 x 1 1/2 inch bandages, 20 standard adhesive bandages, 10 butterfly bandages, 1 knuckle bandage, 2 knee/elbow bandage, 1 4 inch x 4 inch sterile gauze pad, 3 3 x 3 inch sterile gauze pads, 6 2 x 2 inch sterile gauze pads, 1 2 inch gauze roll, 2 adhesive tape, 1 carabineer.
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This is a more accurate content list:
1 AAA Premium Quality Carry Case
1 First Aid Guide
4 Vinyl Gloves
1 Emergency Whistle
10 Cotton Tipped Applicators
3 Sting Relief Pads
9 Antiseptic Towelettes
20 Alcohol Prep Pads
1 Instant Cold Pack
1 Triangle Bandage (37" x 37" x 52")
1 5" x 9" Combine Dressing
20 3/8" x 1-1/2" Bandages
20 3/4" x 3" Bandages
10 Butterfly Closures
1 Knuckle Bandage
2 Knee/Elbow Bandages
1 4" x 4" Sterile Gauze Pad
3 3" x 3" Sterile Gauze Pads
6 2" x 2" Sterile Gauze Pads
1 2" Conforming Gauze
2 1/2" Adhesive Tape Rolls
FYI: I received my AAA 121-Piece Road Trip First Aid Kit on 1/21/2014, and the contents expire 5/2018.
Other than that, since I have just received the product, I cannot state how well all the pieces work; however, all the sterile products are sealed and the pieces look like they are in good condition.
I was surprised it had no burn ointment or eye wash [this is a car first aid kit]. Reorganizing the kit, removing boxes, gave me room for these items. I also added a small pill box and a small roll of antacids.
The case is hard and fits easily into the pocket on the back of the front seats.
One other reviewer mentioned having a N-95 face mask. Good advice.
With a few personal adjustments this Road First Aid Kit is worth having.
lt contains materials that are most likely to be needed for the kinds of simple first aid tasks that average people in average situations are likely to encounter (see detailed content list in online item description). There is even a bit of room to squeeze in a few very small items of your choice to customize the kit to suit your specific needs.
If I were going on a multi-day trek far from civilization, especially with a group of several people, I would carry a larger first aid kit with more, and a larger variety of, items, or would make sure that each member of the hiking party had a first aid kit whose contents overlapped with what other members were carrying. To put it another way, this item is not enough for a bug-out bag or a serious wilderness trek. However, for something to keep in the car or for other light use this kit is hard to beat.
Yes, you might be able to save a few dollars by buying a small toiletries bag and filling it with items from your local pharmacy, but the convenience of this thoughtfully assembled kit is hard to beat. I liked my first one so much that I bought another one for my other car.
First aid kits are usually easy to forget about, so be sure to check the kit every year or so to find and replace any items that have passed their expiration dates.
I paid for this item myself and have no personal or business relationship with the vendor, manufacturer or Amazon. I do as much shopping as possible via Amazon Prime because it so convenient to have two-day, front-porch delivery and because Amazon's return policy is very fair.