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Maxpedition FR-1 Pouch
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- We finish our bags with a triple coat of polyurethane for water resistance and add a final coat of DuPont Teflon Fabric Protector to repel the elements; Only the best components and designs are used
- We use complete YKK zippers and slides exclusively unlike our competitors who put YKK slides on generic zippers
- We add military grade nylon Webbing for straps, handles, and modular attachment points; Genuine Duraflex buckles and hardware add strength and functionality
- Starting with large, unseamed panels of 1000 Denier Nylon, we meticulously reinforce each stress point with composite thread; No unnecessary seams or polyester parts are used
- Versatile organizer case which can be adapted into a first aid kit
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3 pill bottles
4 tongue depressors
1 pipette for wound irrigation
2 surgical masks
3 pairs of non-latex gloves
1 roll of gauze
6 small gauze pads
3 large gauze pads
8-10 bandages of varying sizes and types
6 alcohol wipes
3 moleskin bandages
1 roll of fabric tape
1 pair of tweezers
1 pair of dissecting scissors
1 pair of trauma scissors
1 suture kit
1 pack of water purification tablets
1 electronic thermometer
Give it a chance like i did.
You Can PACK AWAY in this thing! I ordered an Adventure Medical Kit brand kit, the Ultralight .7 a few weeks ago. A nice set for a starter 1st aid kit. But when you look inside, it's enough to cause some anxiety itself... all mixed up, disorganized. I sought out the Maxpedition FR-1 Pouch based on others saying how good it is, ordered, and it arrived. Eager to check it out, I did... initially thought, Yeah Right! This isn't going to work. It seemed small.
Let me tell you, this thing can pack it away! I took all the contents of the Adventure Medical Kit Ultralight .7, packed that in it. Then sought out other things to place in there... eye drops, nasal spray, extra bandaids, benadryl tablets, still room... then got desperate to try and fill... added chapstick, q-tips, cotton balls, chewing gum.... still room to add.
My Suggestion: get a pack of those little zip lock bags, the ones that are half the size of a sandwich bag. I spread out all the contents of my 1st aid kit on the table. I categorized the items separating them for what they are... bandaids in one pile, aspirin in another, topical ointments in another... get what I am saying? Then bundled all separately in their bags, as I tucked the larger flat items in the rear pocket.. I labeled them with a sharpie marker for was ease of finding later. All fit in nicely, all organized very well, can find anything with minimal effort. Sure you will have to pull a few items out to get to others behind them... , but the stuff is now bundled with like items. For ease of stow-ability & portability... I am glad I got this pack. It fits nicely in my 2nd Maxpedition Lunada.
I'll start by going through the construction of the FR-1. Maxpedition has fabricated this pouch using 1000D Cordura fabric treated with Teflon to repel both water and grime. Just holding and playing around with the FR-1 upon receiving it, the strength and durability of the Cordura is plain to see. It's thick and retains it's shape when set down. The Teflon does a good job of keeping the Cordura fabric clean and dry. Water can still get in through the zippers, though I haven't had a problem with that yet. Maxpedition has considered this very real possibility and placed a metal grommet at the bottom of the pouch to drain any water that might make get in. The MOLLE webbing does not appear to be treated with Teflon and will get wet, but it dries quickly and I've had no issues with it getting dirty so far. As far as the webbing is concerned, it's much thicker and taut than the Cordura, and has very little give once attached to your MOLLE equipped gear. One caveat, though-- the high strength of this nylon will likely make it a bit of a chore when attaching this pouch to other gear. The stitching on this pouch is superb; some of the best I've seen on any mass produced gear. I have no doubt that it will stand the test of time. The zippers and paracord pulls all seem to be of excellent construction, and the reinforced handle is a nice touch.Read more ›
UPDATE=11/25/2012 I wound up putting some first aid, a compass, a lighter, a magnesium bar, some flashlights and a few other things. When ever I took it out and opened it people were more interested in the bag than the gear inside.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was looking to put together identical med kits both for my plate carrier, as well as one to attach to my passenger seat headrest at work. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Jessyka Vyner
I love this little Maxpedition bag. The construction is top notch and the size is perfect. I'm using one as a first aid kit in my car and one as a day hike survival kit. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Scooby
Use as a first aid pouch, I really like that you can control how much it opens. Typical maxpedition quality. Tough as nailsPublished 14 days ago by Chris Bordeaux
Solid pouch, but I just can't like it. First off, I HATE the fact that maxpedition does not have a built in molle straps on the back. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Dan
Should come with tac ties to attach to main unit for the price. Heavy duty and usable.Published 15 days ago by Brian W
You gotta know how to pack it. I just put total trauma stuff into it.Published 21 days ago by Craig J. Wallin
Fantastic bag very spacious and all the organisation bands come in handyPublished 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
Stores a ton and built solid. I am glad I bought it. You get what you pay for. I use it as a small tool bag for my range bag. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ryan Hickerson