Favorite Camping and Survival Company Releases Large First Aid Kit for Group Adventures
Woodbridge, United States – October 11, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —
Although bringing a first aid kit along for outdoor group activities should be a regular practice, there are times when someone will deviate from the norm and forget to bring their first aid kit for the outing.
Summer camp is any kid’s rite of passage from crafting, theatre, dance, to aspiring outdoor enthusiasts. Apart from doing traditional activities such as making campfires and cooking, more leisurely activities such as canoeing, swimming, and racing are usually incorporated into the seasonal program. With various injuries and insect stings waiting to happen, having a large first aid kit for outdoor activities is a life-saver.
Realizing the need for an outdoor first aid kit that provides a larger blanket of protection, Surviveware, maker of high-quality camping and survival gear, launched their Large First Aid Kit. It is an expanded version of their successful camping favorite Small First Aid Kit. This outdoor first aid kit contains a whole range of useful and versatile supplies tailored to the needs and requirements of a large, diverse group.
The kit comes with a complete set of first aid supplies such as adhesive bandages (of varying size), sterile gauze pads, emergency and conforming bandages, alcohol, and skin cleaning wipes, gauze swabs, non-adhesive dressing, and hypo-allergenic tape. The kit also comes with a pack of sting relief wipes for insect bites that people are likely to sustain while enjoying the environment, as well as hydrogel to soothe burns.
Another good thing about this large first aid kit is that it comes with a CPR kit, complete with an instructional guide. Should a critical situation occur, camp counselors and on-site trained medical personnel have everything covered. The CPR kit is removable and has a key ring on it so it can be attached to key chains, belt loops, or even on the outside of the first aid kit for easy access.
The unique and renowned feature of this Surviveware outdoor first aid kit is its systematic and organized compartments. With time ticking, it is essential to immediately respond to a medical situation. The organized compartments efficiently segregate the supplies according to their appropriate use. The pockets also have labels so that unfamiliar users can refer to the labels and quickly grab the needed supplies during distressing times.
The kit is made from sturdy 600D polyester fabric that makes it water resistant. The medical supplies and items found inside the kit are protected with laminate pouches that secure the contents and prevent them from being exposed to moisture and water.
Regular customers of this large first aid kit can attest to the convenience and functionality of this Surviveware product. In a review written by Harry, he stressed how the organized compartments of this kit made it one of the favorite features of this product, “What an excellent first aid kit! I owned the small kit and was impressed with it, but this large First Aid Kit is incredible! The organization and thoughtful detail of contents and the quality of the bag and products are the best I have seen. The organization of the kit is a strong selling point for me; that is, it can hold all the things you might need for scrapes, cuts, burns, and injuries to the unexpected real emergencies. I highly recommend this kit and the company! Also, I have received a couple of emails from the company: one informing me that it had been shipped and the second to ensure my satisfaction. What excellent customer service!!”
In celebration of Surviveware’s Large First Aid Kit debut on the market, the company is giving away 20% discount coupons. Enjoy a more fun-filled outing with friends and family by purchasing your pack. Grab this limited offer by clicking here.
Name: Amanda Condry
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