What is included in your first aid kit
Detailed List of Supplies
6” Shears(1), 600D Polyester Bag(1), Alcohol Wipes(3), Antiseptic Wipes(4), Adhesive Bandages: Butterfly Closures(5), Butterfly(5), H-Shape(5), Large(2), Standard (20), Mini(5), Square Shape(5), Cotton Gauze Swab(3), Cotton Swabs(10), CPR Pouch with Instructions(1), CPR Breathing Mask(1), Crepe Bandage(1), Emergency Blanket(1), Eye Pads(2), Hypoallergenic Tape(1), Nitrile Gloves(1), Personal Medicine Laminate Bag(1), Personal Medicine Mini Bags(5), PBT Conforming Bandage(1), Safety Pins(4), Splinter Probes(2), Strip Wound Closures(3), Sting Relief Wipes(3), Tourniquet(1), Triangular Bandage(1),Tweezer(1), Whistle(1).
Frequently Asked Questions
- What does the kit weigh and what are its dimensions?
- What is the expiration date on all the items in the kit?
- What items can be found in the kit?
- Is the kit waterproof? (It's water-resistant)
- Detailed list of supplies
How to use the first aid kit
- With the labeled compartments, it's easy to repack your first aid kit
- Where are the gloves located in the kit?
- How do I use the one-way mask in the CPR kit?
- When you need to personlize your kit, there's enough space to do so
- When it's time to replenish your kit
- Waterproof Test (It's water-resistant)
Where to store or carry your first aid kit
- How to attach the first aid kit to my bicycle
- The kit is small enough to fit in a glove compartment
How does the tourniquet work?
This tourniquet is included in each Surviveware Small First Aid Kit. It's a great little starter for your preparedness needs. There are certainly better tourniquets out there and we encourage you to invest in the right equipment. However, as we demonstrate in this video this little tourniquet packs a punch and will stop blood loss when you need it the most. Use it on your hands, arms, legs and even fingers.
Are the contents resistant to freezing temperatures?
In this video, I leave the Surviveware Small First Aid Kit in my freezer for 24 hours. Most of the supplies were unaffected, except for the non-alcohol antiseptic towelettes.
However, this can easily be overcome by warming them with your hands for 20 seconds. All of the adhesive bandages were still in good shape. Overall I think this test is great and shows everybody heading into freezing temperatures that the kit will keep your supplies safe.