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Adventure Medical Ultralight & Watertight .3

Adventure Medical Ultralight & Watertight .3
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Ultralight & Watertight .3

The Ultralight / Watertight Series features proprietary DryFlex™ bags for the ultimate in ultralight, waterproof storage. Ideal for the multi-sport athlete that refuses to be let down or weighed down by his or her gear. From cleaning wounds and dressing blisters to treating muscle aches, pains, and symptoms of an allergic reactions, the Ultralight / Watertight .3 packs a lot of first aid in a little space. Whether whitewater kayaking, mountain biking or hiking, this personal kit is ideal for single day outings. The re-sealable DryFlex™ watertight bag enables the kit to be carried in the outside pocket of your PFD where it can be quickly accessed. Remains watertight use after use.

  • Care for Cuts and Scrapes
    Antiseptic wipes, ointment, and bandages take the sting out of everyday injuries.
  • First Aid for Anywhere
    Extremely compact, lightweight design fits just about anywhere - even in a PFD pocket.
  • Manage Pain and Illnesses
    Medications to treat pain, inflammation, and common allergies.

KIT DETAILS

  • Size: 6" x 5.25" x 1.25"
  • Weight: 2.32 oz.
  • Group Size: 1 Person
  • Trip Duration: 1 - 2 Days

Bandage Materials

  • 4 - Bandage, Adhesive, Fabric, 1" x 3"
  • 2 - Bandage, Adhesive, Fabric, Knuckle
  • 2 - Bandage, Butterfly Closure
  • 3 - Dressing, Gauze, Sterile, 2" x 2" , Pkg./2
  • 2 - Safety Pins

Blister / Burn

  • 1 - Moleskin, Pre-Cut & Shaped (11 pieces)

Instrument

  • 1 - Splinter Picker/Tick Remover Forceps

Medication

  • 2 - After Bite Wipe
  • 2 - Antihistamine (Diphenhydramine 25 mg)
  • 2 - Ibuprofen (200 mg), Pkg./2

Wound Care

  • 3 - Antiseptic Wipe
  • 2 - Alcohol Swab
  • 1 - Tape, 1/2" x 10 Yards
  • 2 - Triple Antibiotic Ointment, Single Use

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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