- Product Dimensions: 6 x 3.5 x 8 inches
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Orca Tactical MOLLE Rip-Away EMT Medical First Aid IFAK Blowout Pouch (Bag Only)
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- DIMENSIONS: 8 X 6 X 3.5 inches (H x W x D) Tri-fold design that provides fast access to first aid supplies
- RAPID REMOVAL: Rip Away velcro panel feature and a wide handle for rapid removal makes it a snap to render first aid quickly
- ORGANIZED. Spacious compartments which include several pockets, strong elastic loops and instrument holders, a Velcro safety strap, and zippered mesh compartment for small first aid supplies.
- STRENGTH: Features dual YKK zippers and Copper snaps on the MOLLE straps to keep your rip away medic pouch securely attached
- INCLUDES: First Aid Patch, a mesh drawstring bag for extra small supplies, 2 inch velcro panel on the front and D-rings for additional attachment points
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8 X 6 X 3 inches
The Orca Tactical MOLLE Rip Away First Aid Medical Pouch is a roomy, organized MOLLE compatible medical pouch that is designed for rapid removal. MOLLE integration allows for customization and the ability to attach to other MOLLE gear such as a backpack or tactical vest. However, this medical bag is attached to a large Velcro panel and geared with a strong pull handle for rapid removal in case of an emergency. It also contains a large outside strap with buckle that cinches down to compress the pouch even further.
Equipped with 3 roomy compartments, each contains multiple, spacious pockets and strong elastic loops for supplies and medical instruments. The top compartment features a Velcro strap to secure large items. The fold out zippered mesh compartment can be used to store small supplies such as band-aids and alcohol wipes. This first aid pouch also contains D rings as additional attachment points and a 2 inch Velcro patch area across the front for your first aid or Morale patchINCLUDES:
First Aid Patch
Extra mesh bag for small or additional supplies
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ORCA (Black) / CONDOR (Red)
First, let me state that I am not an expert in emergency medicine. I have taken CLS (Combat Life Saver) a few times before deploying and was a CNA nearly two decades ago. However, I feel a moral obligation to tend to someone in an emergency.
I have two trauma kits (depending on what bag I bring with me), so I have one kit with me at all times. One is an ORCA and one is a CONDOR. They are very similar and very good pouches.
Within my pouches, I keep:
--Chest seal (2 pack)
--Trauma (bleeding) pack
--6 2x2, 2 3x3, 2 4x4, 1 5x9 Abdominal sterile gauze pads
--3 2-gram CELOX powder packs
--6 pack of nasopharyngeal airways (all sizes) with lube
--3 sets of nitrile gloves
--Israeli bandage or bandages
--4” sterile stretch gauze
--Extra CPR mask
--BooBoo Kit (ice pack, bandages, burn gel, antiseptic, alcohol wipes, antibiotic creams)
What I like about ORCA vs. CONDOR
--Stitching seems better
--The elastic is more “elastic”
--ORCA has square corners, so slightly more stuff fits better than CONDOR
--ORCA comes with first aid patch and mesh bag
--Several dollars cheaper than CONDOR
What I like about CONDOR vs. ORCA
--Material is a little better quality. So if you plan on opening/closing/taking stuff out all the time, I think the fabric may hold up longer in the CONDOR. But for its intended use as a trauma kit, both bags are perfect.
--Offered in Red
Overall, for its intended use, I give the edge to the ORCA for value and overall being a better product, but they are both quality bags and both deserve a 5-Star in my opinion.
I like the look and feel of this bag, has multiple mounting options,
I like that its 600D fabric, seems durable for my use and at the price I paid i feel i got great quality.
There are other bags out there that are 5x the cost and the only difference i could tell was they were 1000D vs 600D fabric, and the name of the other brand is more recognizable, however no one cares what name is on the bag/ where it was made when it needs to be used.
I think I am going to zip tie the d-rings to the seat frame, that way it does not move in the truck, but it wil still have easy access to it. It has a rip-away design the Velcro patch will stay with the seat and the bag comes with me when needed,
I like the attached mesh pouch that folds out, good place for baindaids and the neosporin, not sure what to do with the other mesh bag that came loose, I may just not use it at all or give it to one of the kids.
I built a kit with what i normally would need, for the kids and I, My intention was not to be an EMT, but to have more than just baindaids and neosporin, what i have assembled so far is listed below, and i do plan on adding a few more things as there is room to do so.
crash and stitch are 3 and 5 y/o boys and they know how to get in trouble.
I was able to pack the following in the bag and there is still room to spare
5- 2x2 gauze pads
5- 3x3 gauze pads
5-4x4 gauze pads
2- 1 inch rolls of tape
4-Nitrile Gloves pairs
2- 2"x4 yd bandage
2- survival wrap blankets
1- triangular bandage
1- bottle of visine
1- bottle of hand sanitize
1- tube of sunscreen
50- band aids of various sizes
1- LED flash light(mag tac)
1- EMT sheers
1- travel bottle of Aleve
1-travel bottle of tyenol
4- individual A-D packs
1- tube of neosporin
1- neo-go spray
1- 50 yards floss
10- antiseptic towelettes
10- Off! Deep Woods Insect Repellent Towelettes
there is still room for more, and i plan on getting some quick-clot items, and a splint to round out this kit i have assembled, if you have any advice on what else to pak, please share them