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Adventure Medical Easy Access Bandages - Fabric - Knuckle & Fingertip - 20 Count

Adventure Medical Easy Access Bandages - Fabric - Knuckle & Fingertip - 20 Count
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Easy Access Bandages™ - Fabric - Knuckle & Fingertip - 20 Count

Tender Corporation Introduces the BIGGEST INNOVATION to bandages since Adhesion! One handed application is as easy as 1-2-3! Just grip, pull, and stick! Easy Access Bandages™ are secured in portable packs that slip into a pocket or purse for easy transport without damaging the bandages. The packs are also organized by size so it is easy to find the size you need when you need it. Easy to apply with less mess and no loose tabs, the one handed application also minimizes contamination risk. Sterile and latex free. Contains packs of 10 each knuckle and fingertip bandages.

Ideal Uses
  • Hiking / Backpacking
  • Alpine / Rock Climbing
  • Mountain / Road Biking
  • Urban / Family / Camping
  • Expeditions / Adventure Travel
  • Hunting / Fishing
  • Off Roading
  • Emergency Prep
  • Summer Camps


Features & Benefits
  • Grip, Pull and Stick System
    Simple One Handed Application is fast and easy
  • Organized in Portable Packs
    Easily Portable - Packs slip easily into pocket without damaging the bandages
  • Stay Organized
    Packs are color coordinated by size so easy to find in the box
  • Easy To Find
    Bandages are secured in packs and do not float around loose in a purse or backpack
  • Easy To Discard
    No loose tabs that float around the room or stick to clothes or counters
  • Flexible
    Comfortable fabric fits you better and moves with you
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Adventure Medical Easy Access Bandages - Fabric - Knuckle & Fingertip - 20 Count 0095-2001 ADVENTURE MEDICAL EASY ACCESS BANDAGES KNUCKLE & FINGERTIP
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