Leading Large First Aid Kit from Surviveware Impresses Expert Emergency Responder

Surviveware’s Large First Aid Kit Receives Five Stars From Emergency Expert

Woodbridge, United States - April 15, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Emergencies happen in the most unexpected moments. As such, first responders, EMTs, and other emergency personnel should be armed with a first aid kit that covers a broad scope of injuries.

Surviveware, a leading adventure preparedness brand, launched a first aid kit suitable for response operations: the Large First Aid Kit. This comprehensive first aid kit provides a complete set-up for handling medium- to large-scale incidents. The kit contains an extensive supply of first aid provisions that tackle wounds, concussions, lacerations, sprained or twisted ligaments, and insect bites. The pack also allows enough space to fit personal medical items such as Israeli bandages, creams, a thermometer, thermal blankets, and other provisions such as prescription medication.

The 200 life-saving items are stored inside a 10” x 7.25 x 5” bag made from 600D polyester. This material is ideal for keeping the supplies dry and fresh. As the package is made from durable cloth, it can resist breakage and normal wear and tear. This large first aid kit is also malleable to fit in any nook with ease. The bag’s MOLLE-friendly straps secure the package in place. It also has a Velcro side that adheres to a trunk floor or compartment cover.

Surviveware’s Large First Aid Kit continuously receives positive reviews from its customers. Charles, an experienced first responder who has answered numerous rescue calls, shared his thoughts on Surviveware’s Large First Aid Kit.

“I'm not the usual first aid kit user so "truth in advertising," am was employed by the VA Beach, VA Fire Dept 5 years while attending College working at Station 11, at the Ocean Front before joining the USCG (I retire next April). That's important because I was almost always assigned to the first run engine which always ran in tandem on rescue calls with the ambulance crew, mostly for additional manpower but many times, we'd be first on the scene, especially during the tourist season when the population density was highest, and rescue units were tied up on other calls. We rolled up on everything from cuts and scrapes to gunshot wounds, automobile, and motorcycle accidents, heart attacks, etc.

I bought this first kit + 2 military IFAKS to keep in the car. To say the least, it's very frustrating to come upon a traffic accident empty-handed. The Surviveware kit is very complete and wonderfully organized. Better organized than the EMT kits we carried on the engine. There is no "digging" with this kit. You open what must be a nearly indestructible, 600D Polyester case/bag and the kit unfolds in a number of organized, labeled panels and the various items are held in place by see-through netting. The user can find needed items quickly. IMHO, the kit comes with the right supplies to handle emergencies from an auto accident or severe cut to normal household "boo-Boo's" For the price, it's an unmatched value on Amazon, IMHO.”

Get ahead of the game and order the Surviveware Large First Aid Kit today. You can purchase this life-saving package at a 20% discount when you use a Surviveware Amazon discount coupon.

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Name: Amanda Condry
Organization: Surviveware
Phone: 703-910-5188
Website: https://surviveware.com

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