Family travels are an annual highlight for many. Though this year's vacations are likely to be canceled in favor of staycations, it's never too early to start dreaming and planning for a time when roadtrips will be allowed again. And knowing how life can turn on a dime, travelers are more eager to be prepared ahead of their journeys than ever before. —
Even before the pandemic, travel puts individuals at risk of getting hurt or injured. Hiking and camping trips expose one to insect and snake bites, sunburn, heat rash, dehydration, not to mention the probability of getting splinters, scrapes, and bruises from rough play or slippery terrains. As such, a first-aid gear should always be in order.
Surviveware's Large First Aid Kit is ideal for family use, especially in emergencies. This camping first aid kit comes with 200 first aid provisions that are highly useful for providing immediate care for minor to major injuries. The pack contains items for treating splinters, wounds, sprains, and insect bites. The soft-shelled casing also stores other first aid supplies such as thermal blankets, nitrile gloves, hydrogels, a CPR kit, and first aid manual.
In addition to these outdoor first aid kit provisions, a mini kit containing 50 first aid items that can be attached to a keyring and hooked on one's belt is found inside the Large First Aid Kit. This additional pack gives the flexibility to take a small kit when heading to the pool or playground.
As this camping first aid kit is designed for fast-paced movement and convenience, it is easily portable. A durable top handle is incorporated to ensure ease of movement and comfort in traveling. MOLLE-compatible straps give it more flexibility and functionality. The bag itself is water-resistant to help prevent moisture and humidity from seeping into the pack.
The Surviveware Large First Aid Kit's supplies are stored within labeled compartments for quick identification and retrieval of the items. With easy to read labels and a first aid guide, using the kit is a cinch.
In the following review written by a Surviveware Amazon customer, he mentioned how he wanted to ensure his family's safety on road trips and hikes:
"I travel the east coast by car very frequently. I'm usually alone or have my teenage grandsons in the car. I bought this First Aid Kit to keep in my car when I was preparing to go on a trip with my grandsons to the Smoky Mountains in N.Carolina. There were eight of us in the group, ages 10 to 80 years old. We planned to do some group hikes over a period of three days. From past experience, I know you have to be prepared for an accident or mishap.
At first, I questioned the need to buy this kit, but after researching quite a few first aid kits to keep in my car, the Surviveware Large First Aid Kit was my choice. Almost everything you might need in an emergency is in the kit and is well organized. The Kit itself isn't overly large, it's lightweight and very durable. Something I appreciated inside the kit was the information leaflets included to help you identify some issues you might come across in an emergency, It isn't a course in First Aid, but the info will help you.
Compare the Surviveware Kits to other kits, and you'll see why I think they are the best choice. I have no connection with Surviveware."
Invest in your family's safety so you can adventure together, knowing everything's been taken care of. Order your Surviveware Large First Aid Kit now and be on top of any situation. Click here to purchase your life-saving pack today.
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