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Adventure Medical Knuckle & Fingertip Easy Access Bandages


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    Portable convenience and hygienic, one-handed application.

    The Adventure Medical Knuckle & Fingertip Easy Access Bandages makes covering up cuts and scrapes a breeze. Two convenient, color-coordinated portable packs are provided—one with ten knuckle bandages, and one with ten fingertip bandages—that easily slip into your backpack or travel bag. The bandages are secured in the packs so they don't float around, and when you need one, simply grab the appropriate pack, grip the bandage you want, pull it out, and stick it on. This application system allows you to dress your wound with one hand, is more hygienic, and involves no tabs that would otherwise get loose and create waste. The bandages' flexible fabric lets you move comfortably when you have a bandage on.

    • 10 each knuckle and fingertip bandages
    • One-handed application with grip, pull, and stick system
    • Bandages are secured in two portable packs
    • Packs are color-coordinated by size
    • Comfortable, flexible bandage fabric
    • Item #AMK000G

    Tech Specs

    4.25 x 2.5 x 1.5 in
    Recommended Use
    hiking, climbing, biking, camping
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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Adventure Medical debuted these at a vendors showcase, and I instant loved the how quickly you could access and deploy a small bandage. Downside it's a one size bandage and they take up significantly more room than 10 bandages in a ziploc bag. Significantly less waste than a tradition packaged bandage, so that's certainly a great boon. From a medical and public safety stand point they reduced packaging and one hand application factors mean that there's less likelihood of blood stained wrappers needing to be carried out of the back country. Also less packaging for careless individuals to leave in the wilderness.