Not all first aid kits are created equal

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With so many first aid kits on the market, how do you know to choose?

What to look for when choosing your first aid kit

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“Bought two packs, one for my sister and myself to leave in our cars for emergencies. Absolutely love that the bag is decently sized for ease of portability and yet, still effectively holds all the essential items for any first aid situation - which I appreciate as someone trained in First Aid and working with children.”

Beatrice L.

“Small enough to throw in a cargo pocket or ypur EDC bag.

Has enough gear inside to get you out of trouble without being too bulky. I leave this in my EDC bag, and its great for when we go to Dreamworld, bush hikes etc- kids are always busting themselves, and a bandaid fixes everything!”

Dallas

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