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Adventure Medical First Aid, Water-Resistant Medical Kit

Adventure Medical First Aid, Water-Resistant Medical Kit
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First Aid, Water-Resistant Medical Kit

The Adventure First Aid Water-Resistant contains basic first aid necessities to treat cuts, scrapes, insect bites and blisters in a portable, highly water-resistant, hard-shell case. Pack it on a day hike, toss one in the glove box or stash one anywhere you might need first aid!

Features:

  • Water-Resistant Case: Keeps contents safe and dry from the elements
  • Stop Blisters Before they Start: Die-cut Moleskin to protect against the hiker's #1 injury
  • Easy Access Bandages®: Fast and easy application and less contamination risk
  • Clean and Close Wounds: Antiseptic wipes and butterfly bandages for closing small wounds

Specifications:

  • Size: 4.75" x 3.75" x 1.5"
  • Weight: 3 oz
  • Group Size: 1 - 2 People
  • Trip Duration: 1 - 2 Days

Supply List

Wound Care

  • 3 - Antiseptic Wipe
  • 10 - Easy Access Bandages®, 1" x 3" Fabric
  • 5 - Easy Access Bandages®, 3/4" x 3" Fabric
  • 1 - Easy Access Bandages®, Knuckle Fabric
  • 1 - Easy Access Bandages®, Elbow/Knee Fabric
  • 2 - Sterile Gauze Dressing, 2" x 2", Pkg./2
  • 1 - Tape, 1/2" x 5 Yards

Blister

  • 14 - Moleskin, Pre-Cut & Shaped pcs.
  • 3 - Alcohol Wipe
  • Medications
  • 1 - Insect Sting Relief Pad

Other

  • 1 - Water-Resistant Case
  • 1 - Carabiner

We reserve the right to add, substitute, or delete items if necessary

Please note: Some medications may not be available in products sold outside of the US, additional items may be substituted.

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Adventure Medical First Aid, Water-Resistant Medical Kit 0120-0200 ADVENTURE MEDICAL WATER RESISTANT MEDICAL KIT
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