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Adventure Medical Ultralight & Watertight .7 First Aid Kit

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A lot of care in a small package.

The Adventure Medical Ultralight & Watertight .7 First Aid Kit loads essential first aid supplies into a packable, nearly weightless, waterproof kit so whether you are over-nighting in the San Juan Islands or knocking out a few miles of foothill hiking, you can be prepared.
  • Item #AMK0125

Tech Specs

Dimensions
6.5 x 8.5 x 2 in
Group Size
2
Trip Duration
4 days
Bleeding/Infection Control
4 Antiseptic wipes, 3 triple antibiotic ointment, 3 alcohol swabs, benzoin topical adhesive tincture
Wound Management/Care
1 x 3in (2.5 x 7.6cm), 3 adhesive knuckle bandages, 3 butterfly closure bandages, 1 conforming gauze bandage, 10 gauze dressings
Fracture / Sprain / Strain
tape, 1in x 10 yards (2.54cm x 9.1m), elastic bandage with hook and loop
Blisters and Burns
5 adhesive fabric bandages
Gear Repair / Survival Items
duct tape
Other Items
11 precut moleskins
Claimed Weight
8 oz
Recommended Use
first-aid treatment for day trips, hiking, kayaking, rafting, cycling
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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Must need

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

Never really brought first aid kits with me. This is a GREAT idea because you never know what is going to happen. This is pretty small and pack-able. Buy this, you won't regret it!

I haven't used it yet and hopefully I won't really need to but accidents happen.

Safety First, Duh

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

Ideally, this should be the first thing thrown in your pack. Adventure Medical was recommended to me by a friend who has been on numerous backpacking trips, lead
crews in the wilderness, and is a Wilderness First Responder. I have been planning to thru hike the AT and needed something lightweight and waterproof, yet dependable and filled with the essentials.

Although counting ounces and pounds is a concern when
prepping for a thru hike, 8 ounces of safety is no concern at all.

Good piece of mind

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is the 2nd kit like this I have purchased. Got this one to replenish the used items from the first. Nice that it comes in such a small package and is easy to take anywhere.

Perfect kit

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've had this kit for a few years now and I love it. First of all, the tweezers are the best I've found for removing ticks. I'm not sure what it is about them but they get a full tick out every time without effort. Secondly, this kit has plenty of room for additional meds/bandages etc. I typically toss a tube of aleve, chapstick, pepto, and a sheet of benadryl in the bag along with a bunch of extra bandages in sizes I typically end up using. I'm prone to blisters and I've found certain bandaids work best for protecting my feet, they are easily added. Ultimately, I am always confident that if I have this kit with me, I will be able to provide medical help to any injury within my ability to patch up. Everyone should carry a first aid kit, and at this price and comprehensiveness, there is no reason you shouldn't be carrying one. It's light enough to backpack with and comprehensive enough to keep in your car.

Always Pack This.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This a super handy kit I always carry with me on hiking and kayaking trips, it doesn't take up much room and has the essentials for minor mishaps, I never leave home without it.

There when you need it

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought this initially for just kayaking, but soon took it just about everywhere with me. Its been kayaking, backpacking, at the beach, in my truck for a while, and then just this past week I had to use it camping. I sliced halfway into my thumb with a filet knife and immediately ran for this, once I got the bleeding stopped the duct tape and cloture strips made sure the rest of my week of camping didn't entail a hospital visit. The duct tape is really a well thought out addition. The only thing I added were a couple packs of matches and some Aleve and now it's perfect!

Awesome kit- easy to pack

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I just used one of these kits during an expedition to Greenland- it was super lightweight and easy to fit (to the point that I sometimes forgot where I had stored it in my pack.



Has all the necessities and some great options for dealing with blisters.

Ski, Bike, & Hike

    I picked up this first aid kit to stash in my packs while backcountry skiing, biking, and hiking. Very happy with the size/weight, selection, and price. If this one's too big or too small for you needs, be sure to check out Adventure Medical's other products as they have great variety of kits.

    Very Portable Kit

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This kit has what you need for basic first aid needs and can go pretty much anywhere with you. It should take care of most cuts, bruises, and sprains that an outdoor trip can throw at you. It is roughly the same size of a nalgene and has room to put a little more in it. I've added some extra standard ban-aids, some more alcohol swabs, and some more gauze which all fit easily.

    Very Portable Kit

    Excellent Lightweight Kit

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have had this kit for a little while now and its great! Its not too heavy at under a half pound. My scale weighed it at 6.5 ounces. There is a little bit of everything in here. Take a look at my video below reviewing the kit to find out exactly what this kit includes.

    A fairly complete kit.

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

    I haven't had the need to actually use any of the components but this is one of the better put together kits I've seen. It is truly ultralight and watertight. I even let it roll around a bit in the crashing waves on a lakeshore and found everything inside to be 100% dry. This is a very packable size kit as well.

    Great UL kit

      I have seen some people complain about this kit (and the .9 and .5) not having any organization and things of that sort. Well I guess they don't understand that this is an ULTRALIGHT first aid kit. with all UL equipment you won't have any nice features like pockets for organizing supplies or anything like that. If you want organization you should look into AMK's Mountain Series. This kit is for someone who wants to have a nicely stocked first aid kit but doesn't want unnecessary weight from it. This is not a first aid kit to keep in your car this is a kit to put in your pack.

      There is extra room to add some things that might have been overlooked. I have seen a few people mentioned adding more things for blisters. With this kit there is room to throw in AMK's Blister Medic into the outer bag. The advantage of this is all your blister treatment things are right at hand in a bag so you can just pull out the blister stuff(adding a little organization). There isn't too much extra room though, for example you won't be able to add a SAM splint but you can easily improvise splints in the backcountry.

      Overall this is a great kit for people who want a light weight kit that still has all the essentials.