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Adventure Medical Adventure 1.0 First Aid Kit


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    7 Reviews


    Stuff happens, so it pays to be prepared.

    The Adventure Medical Kits Adventure 1.0 First Aid Kit contains everything you need to treat most minor injuries on the spot, including cuts, scrapes, sprains, headaches, and bites. Adventure Medical organized the kit’s supplies by injury and included Easy Care First Aid cards that help you quickly and confidently administer first aid.
    • Item #AMK0112

    Tech Specs

    5 x 6.5 x 1 in
    Group Size
    Trip Duration
    1 day
    Medical Information & Forms
    Easy Care First Aid System cards
    Bleeding/Infection Control
    antibiotic ointment (2), antiseptic wipe (10), after bite wipe (2)
    Bandage Materials
    2 x 4.5in adhesive bandage (1), 3 x 3in dressing (2), 2 x 2in dressing (2), butterfly bandage (3), 1 x 3in adhesive bandage (12), adhesive knuckle bandage (2), 3 x 4in moleskin, 1/2in x 10yd tape
    Fracture / Sprain / Strain
    2in Elastic bandage
    Gear Repair / Survival Items
    rescue whistle, button compass
    Claimed Weight
    8 oz
    Recommended Use
    car camping, day hikes, bike trips
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    Compact and simple

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    You're not going to be setting bones or fixing up a major wound with this kit, but for a bit of piece of mind and safety on trips, this is a great little kit. It's compact and light, and that is key on longer hikes for me.

    the kit to have

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    i got these to replace my old one that was in a hard bandaid case this first aid case is so light wait and was glad to have it with me because i got a cut on my finger and was good too have a fresh band aid that stuck. its also good to put my splint for my tent and patch kit for air mattress in cause it zips up nicely...

    Easy to Customize

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    As an avid amateur and outdoor enthusiast while pursuing a medical career, I take pride in my medical kits. I received this kit as a gift from a friend and on first impressions, I was impressed at how much came in a very slender pouch.

    It is the perfect size for the daypack or mountain bike daypack. I opted to customize this one for MTB. I removed the info cards. I added two rolls of athletic tape (carabiner to the pouch exterior), 6 knee size band-aids, 2 large sterile gauze pads, extra ziplock, gloves, irrigation syringe, and an emergency energy gel. I swapped the medications out for 6 ibuprofen, 6 benadryl, and 6 aspirin. Same size when it was re-packed and stowed in my Shimano X-Wing Daypack.

    I like the ability to use the pouch and have a basic kit. But I would recommend tailoring this kit for ONE activity and keeping it in a daypack. The kit isn't big enough to handle much more than a few diggers, so be sure to keep stock of items coming and going.

    Easy to Customize

    Good stuff, hard to find

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    This first aid kit is full of typical emergency medical supplies, that are useful in even non urgent situations, but it is all stuffed into two pockets, so it takes a while to find what I need. It would be better if there were more pockets to organize the items.

    It is also lacking scissors to cut the medical tape, but the problem is fixed in their 2.0 version!

    TakE it everywhere

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    with 2 children (ages 5 and 7) that are most at home in the out of doors, we go through our fair share of scrapes, bumps, bruises, and bloody noses (my son had an altitude induced gusher in Grand Teton). This first aid kit is always in my daypack and adequately equipped to deal with the minor first aid situations we encounter.

    No gloves

      The one MAJOR downfall of this kit is that there are no rubber gloves. If anybody else other than myself if bleeding the kit is pretty much useless in terms of proper first aid.

      So far so good

        I bought this to take with us when we good camping. I haven't had to use it yet, but it seems to have the basics covered.

        ------2 days later------

        Just got back from the local crag where the wind actually dislodged a boulder and sent it rolling down the slope right next to us and straight into a guy who was tied in and about to jump on the wall. He broke his leg and was bleeding pretty bad in a couple spots. His group didnt have a first aid kit amd this thing didn't have a ton in it, but I was sure glad I had it with since we were able to bandage up most of the open wounds before EMS arrived. After that we belayed him down the sketchy parts of the hill so they could carry him the rest of the way on a stretcher. The kit is spent now, but it was worth it, although this time I am buying a bigger one.

        So far so good