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34-Piece Pocket First-Aid Kit - HARD CASE
 

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  • cheap enough

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    For $5, you can't beat this. It's great for minor cuts and scratches. Great for families to be able to have a small amount of supplies everywhere.

    6/25/2012

    Daniele

  • Another essential addition to family cars and bug-out bags.

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    "Don't leave home without it!" an appropriate reminder for this essential product for my family's survival supplies.

    7/13/2012

    Wendy

  • Very Convenient

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    This first-aid kit does not have much in it, but it definitely better than not having anything in an emergency. I like how it does not take up a lot of space in my emergency kit.

    6/1/2013

    Robert

  • Better than nothing

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    These are cheap to keep in a desk drawer, but probably wouldn't be much help in a real emergency. Still, helpful for the occasional papercut.

    7/18/2013

    Kathryn

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34-Piece Pocket First-Aid Kit - HARD CASE

QUICK FACTS | All Features & Specs

Packaging: Hard Case
Weight: <1 lbs
Total Piece Count: 34
Compact: Yes
Brand: First Aid Only
Dimension (LxWxH): 4"x0.5"x5"

Price: $5.20

 

   

 

Benefits & Description

34 Piece Kit | Hard Case Enclosure | Great Value & Selection

Be Prepared No Matter What Happens
This kit includes medicine & antiseptics, bandages, and references. Save Time & Be Organized
Convenient size fits in luggage, briefcases, purses and more. Don’t Stress about Emergencies
This first-aid kit treats minor cuts and scrapes. Be prepared away from home! This 34 Piece Pocket First Aid Kit fits conveniently in luggage, briefcase or purse and makes a great gift. Great for your glove compartment 72 hour kits or even your purse!

This kit comes with a variety of band aids, pain killers like Ibuprofin and asprin, antiseptic cleansing wipes , alcohol cleansing packs, and more. An essential for each glove box, survival kit,

What's In-the-Box?

The 34-Piece Pocket First-Aid Kit includes::
(6) 3/4"x3" Adhesive plastic bandages  
(10) 3/8"x1-1/2" Junior plastic bandages  
(1) 1-1/2"x1-1/2" Patch plastic bandage  
(1) Butterfly wound closure  
(2) Aspirin tablets  
(2) Ibuprofen tablets  
(2) Extra-strength non-aspirin tablets  
(4) Alcohol cleansing pads  
(3) Antiseptic cleansing wipes (sting free)  
(1) Antibiotic ointment pack  
(1) First aid guide & accident report form  
(1) Carry anywhere case  

Features & Functions

SKU: FA0003
Shipping Weight (lbs): 0.1500
Supply Duration: Indefinite
Estimated Shelf Life: 1-5 Years
Brand: First Aid Only
Dimensions (LxWxH): 4" x 0.5" x 5"
Enclosure Type: Hard Case
 
 

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34-Piece Pocket First-Aid Kit - HARD CASE
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  • cheap enough

    • Quality
    • Price
    • Value

    For $5, you can't beat this. It's great for minor cuts and scratches. Great for families to be able to have a small amount of supplies everywhere.

    6/25/2012

    Daniele

  • Another essential addition to family cars and bug-out bags.

    • Value
    • Quality
    • Price

    "Don't leave home without it!" an appropriate reminder for this essential product for my family's survival supplies.

    7/13/2012

    Wendy

  • Very Convenient

    • Price
    • Value
    • Quality

    This first-aid kit does not have much in it, but it definitely better than not having anything in an emergency. I like how it does not take up a lot of space in my emergency kit.

    6/1/2013

    Robert

  • Better than nothing

    • Quality
    • Price
    • Value

    These are cheap to keep in a desk drawer, but probably wouldn't be much help in a real emergency. Still, helpful for the occasional papercut.

    7/18/2013

    Kathryn