The most highly-regarded expedition first aid kit available. Everything you need.
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This is exactly what you need if you want a serious kit. I nice well-rounded kit that may save your life. There is also room to add more items or your personal medication. I didn't like the quality of the tweezers...that is about it.
Spend the extra bucks and get this kit. If you are going backcountry or even not and your time away from the rat race is more than two days, and you do not want to worry about the downside of adventure, this is the kit for you and any friends of yours that you want to survive the mis-steps of living life outdoors. It's a little big so give it to whomever is not carrying the cooking equipment.
do you have a first aid kit, designed for...
do you have a first aid kit, designed for back country, that is one step down from this one?
They have quite a few First Aid packs here on Backcountry, but after looking them over i would say this is the 'next step down'Name: Adventure Medical Fundamentals First Aid KitPrice: $85.99Link: http://www.backcountry.com/store/AMK0028/Adventure-Medical-Fundamentals-First-Aid-Kit.html
Fully stocked with basic first-aid supplies. Plenty of room for add-ons, and everything comes well organized and marked. Lots of bandages, pads, and basic first-aid items. Good for trips, to keep in the car, or even as a medical kit for a house.
Easy to use
The pouch is well organized and labeled, with just about everything you might need in a really, compact case. My husband is a Dr. and wanted a little more room to add a few more tools, which is easy to do if you take out a few duplicates and wrap it tight.
I usually organize trips for large groups of friends, and this kit is perfect for our trips. On a recent trip to Mexico, it proved valuable when one trip participant scraped his toe while playing sand volleyball. This kit had all the necessary items in it to clean the wound (scissors, syringe, tweazers). If you're going to be out with a group larger than 10 people, this kit is definitely worth it!
Always have one at the trailhead
After you get this kit, add a few kickass pain killers, an epi pen, and a couple extra rolls of athletic tape and you're set for just about anything that you can fix in the field. I've had some friends end a trip with some pretty nasty stuff, and this kit had everything I needed to get them stabilized.
Is there any chance that i will recieve a...
Is there any chance that i will recieve a delivery to auckland nz if i purchase today by the 26th of March? If so i will have one. my e-mail is email@example.com
I would check directly with Backcountry staff. I know they ship internationally.
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"Comprehensive" really does say it all. Adventure Medical has put together a great assortment of equipment to address a wide range of injuries. It's also very well-organized, with myriad individual compartments, and handy reference instructions for everything. The kit folds down into a compact portable size. And it has just enough extra room to supplement with whatever specialty items you might want to add. (I beefed up the meds sections, added some more surgical steel, plus a couple tubes of Dermabond and some Celox, then went to town with the P-Touch labeler.)