Lifeline Trail Light Dayhiker First Aid Kit - 57 Pieces
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No hiker or camper should be without basic first aid on short or long hikes. Stash the small, lightweight Lifeline Trail Light Dayhiker First Aid Kit in your daypack. Its equipped with essential items you need to temporarily patch wounds on up to three people for one day.
- Dimensions: 8.5 x 6.00 x 4.50in
- Group Size: 3
- Trip Duration: 1 Day
- Medical Information: 1 Basic first aid guide
- Essential Equipment: 1 Tweezers, 3 safety pins, 3 cotton tipped applicators, 2 (1 pair) vinyl gloves
- Bleeding / Burns / Wound Management: [Sting Relief Pads] 2; [Hydrocortisone Ointment] 1; [Triple Antibiotic Ointment] 2; [Antiseptic Towelettes] 2; [Iodine Prep Pads] 2; [Alcohol Prep Pads] 2; [3/4 x 3in Bandages] 10; [5/8 x 1.5in Bandages] 5; [Knuckle Bandages] 2; [Wound Closure Strips] 5; [Mole Skin] 1; [3 x 4in Non-Adherent Dressing] 2; [2 x 2in Sterile Gauze Pads] 2; [3 x 3in Sterile Guaze Pads] 2; [0.5in Adhesive Tape] 1 roll
- CPR / Choking:
- Fracture / Sprain / Strain:
- Infectious Control:
- Gear Repair / Survival Items:
- Medication: [Acetaminophen Tablets 2-Pack] 2; [Ibuprofen Tablets 2-Pack] 2; [Antihistamine Tablets 2-Pack] 2
- Other Items:
- Weight: 2.7oz (77g)
- Recommended Use: Day hikes, camping, backpacking
- Manufacturer Warranty: Limited
Color: Orange | Size: One Size
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The contents aren't anything special; many of them are typical items found in common first aid cabinets, but there are some good adds like a small package of nitrile gloves, wood-stick swabs, a pair of tweezers, and a small roll of cloth tape (about 3/8" wide).
The nylon pouch everything comes in is very thin, appearing to be about the same thickness as tenting material, and it does seem to have some water-resistant qualities, though the items in the kit are already in resealable plastic bags. There is a handy loop on the back for clipping to the outside of your backpack/daypack for quick access. There is also room for some extra supplies if you'd like to add them. I will put in a 'tick key' and perhaps a couple of other small items.
For the price you pay for just Band-Aid strips and gauze alone, you get a few more items and a handy pouch. This is probably adequate enough for a short outing or for keeping in your car or office.
Despite all my modifications I would still say this kit was exactly the one I should have bought. It came with a good basic supply of commonly needed items, and came in a nice little orange pouch that I very much like because 1) it is the perfect size, and 2) as I have assembled my "10 essentials" kit I have tried to make everything orange. :) Also, of all the things I added I had most of them at home already so I didn't have to spend a bunch of extra money customizing this, and looking at the stuff that comes in the larger kits I still would have had to make a lot of modifications to make them work for me.
Other than that, everything else was good. And it's light. Perfect. I have a Deep Sea fishing trip with the Scouts coming up this weekend and will definitely take it and put it in my tackle box.
As a health care professional trained in emergency medicine, I read the first aid guide attachment and was amazed at several inaccuracies in basic first aid treatment. I do NOT recommend people reference to this. Instead, purchase the waterproof first aid phamphlet that’s for sale on amazon and discard the paper insert. The phamphlet gave better information on how to properly treat minor illnesses and injuries. It’s because of this and a few missing items, I would gave the product 4 stars instead of five if the phamphlet was not so misleading.
Other than that, I am satisfied with the product and feel he has the basics needed to go hiking on his own with his friends and be prepared should any get hurt while out in the woods. Excluding the minor medication additions as well as the triangle bandage, this first aid kit really DOES offer the essentials needed to travel outside. I simply added a few nonessential (but still handy) medications to it so the kit would have a variety of additional uses for one low price.