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512 of 531 people found the following review helpful
Good Kit for the price, should add some things yourself., January 17, 2017
By Corey G –
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This review is from: First Aid Only All-purpose First Aid Kit, Soft Case with Zipper, 299-Piece Kit (Health and Beauty)
Bought two of these for each car, okay car kit for minor items, I would suggest for more serious things, car accident, outdoor excursions etc, sports you improve this kit with some more gauze only has one small pack as well as something like a quick clot sponge. Its has all the band aids you will ever need as well as many basics, and a good kit for the price. The reason I gave it 3 stars is because in both kits I got they did not have all 299 pieces listed, specifically it was missing some of the larger bandages and pads, it would have 2 or 3 when it should have had 6 according to the list on the packaging. This happen on 4-5 things in each kit, I think there just not putting them in, as they were missing the same amount on both kits ordered about 2 weeks apart. Sum it up good kit for the price can’t build it for the cost, and somethings is always better then nothing, but could use a little more stuff for serious injury.
280 of 290 people found the following review helpful
First aid kit, November 11, 2017
By Kindle Customer –
Did NOT get everything listed check your case when you get it, they must be hoping nobody will check to see if everything they list will be in it. So disappointing. Where you see open spots in the pictures those items I didnât receive and there were quite a few . The pills I didnât get enough. No thermometer Etc…
1,581 of 1,608 people found the following review helpful
Holy Band-Aids Batman!, February 20, 2017
By The Fix It Guy –
This kit is well thought-out as far as the different items that are in it. Although 299 pieces is a little deceptive.
There are 196 Band-Aids, 50 of which are the tiny “Junior” Band-Aids. I suppose those Junior Band-Aids can come in handy if you have small kids. Not necessarily for using as Band-Aids but to give them something that makes them feel better. A small badge of Honor, A trophy to show that they’ve been wounded, even though it’s superficial at best.
Also the ibuprofen Aspirin and Tylenol which are listed at 6 each is really just 3 packages of 2 each. It should also be noted that some of the medication expires in a little more than a year. That doesn’t really worry me too much though because contrary to Common belief over the counter medication does not get dangerous with age, it just loses potency.
What I wish this kit had is less Band-Aids and was better stocked with the other items. The kit only has 1 trauma pad, 1 4×4 sterile gauze, 1 gauze roll, one burn gel, one set of gloves, and on… I mean if I’m really in a situation where I need a 4×4 gauze, only one is not going to do much for me. I guess I could always put 20 Band-Aids on it and hope it holds.
For the price I paid (under $12) being that it was on sale, I do suppose I got my money’s worth. It’s a good starting point for someone to build a kit. In order for it to be an excellent kit it will need to be fortified.
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