This kit is highly organized in a hard case and meant to be easily accessible in emergencies. It can also be hung on a wall. When things are popping, you want to find what you need in a hurry.
There’s more inside this kit than I can relay here. The page where it’s featured has a complete description. But in addition to containing a number of different kinds of ointments, bandages and pads for wounds, cuts or burns, you get gloves, finger splints, tweezers, scissors, first aid guides in English and Spanish and more.
One reviewer says this kit is more complete than Red Cross first aid kits. On the other hand, another reviewer says it’s a medium quality kit, and that you can do better for more money. But isn’t that the way so many things are? I mean some of us drive 15 year old cars because we can’t afford new ones. We still get where we’re going.
If you’re looking for a variety of useful first aid items for your family or for use at work, but you don’t have a lot of money, get this First Aid Kit With Hard Case. It’s less than $50. You can always add more first aid items later. This is a good kit to start out with.
To order this First Aid Kit With Hard Case, click on its title wherever you see it linked in this post. You’ll be taken to the page where it’s featured. See a complete description there. Then add it to your cart.
Remember, anything you do is better than nothing. If you don’t know what should be included in a first aid kit, get this one because it has plenty of items you might not realize you need in an emergency. Get this 326 piece First Aid Kit With Hard Case and be prepared.