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Lifeline 85-Piece First Aid Kit

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Lifeline 85-Piece First Aid Kit - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

The Lifeline 85-Piece First Aid Kit is a well-stocked first aid kit with everything you need for safety on camping and hunting excursions. All 85 pieces are stored in a sturdy hard-shell foam case for easy transport.

  • 1 Premium Quality Carrying Case
  • 1 Carabiner
  • 1 First Aid Guide
  • 1 Scissors
  • 1 Tweezers
  • 2 Vinyl Gloves
  • 1 Emergency Whistle
  • 3 Sting Relief Pads
  • 6 Antiseptic Towelettes
  • 14 Alcohol Prep Pads
  • 1 Triangular Bandage
  • 1 5" x 9" Combine Dressing
  • 20 3/8" x 1-1/2" Bandages
  • 10 3/4" x 3" Bandages
  • 10 Wound Closure Strips
  • 1 Knuckle Bandage
  • 2 Knee/Elbow Bandages
  • 4 2" x 2" Sterile Gauze Pads
  • 2 3" x 3" Sterile Gauze Pads
  • 1 4" x 4" Sterile Gauze Pad
  • 1 2" Conforming Gauze
  • 1 1/2" Adhesive Tape Roll
  • 85 Total Pieces
  • Lifeline First Aid
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 11690577

Customer Reviews:

Lifeline 85-Piece First Aid Kit 4.6 5 13 13
most of what we needed Great size for scouting. missing a few items for the requirements, had to buy separate, mole skin, hand sanitizer. March 10, 2015
Good to have on hand... Nice first aid kit for the price; only thing it is lacking is a first aid ointment. We had a need for first aid when camping and the bandaids and gauze was great to have on hand but I would have liked to have some neosporin or similar product but there was only alcohol wipes which would sting ~ this would be hard to use on a kid! Other than that the kit is complete. August 5, 2014
Complete First Aid Kit for Camping/Hiking Great little kit for the price, comes with extras of almost everything so you can use it over and over. I have yet to need to break this out (knock on wood), but know I will be prepared in the event of any kinds of cuts or scrapes. The carrying case is sturdy with a convenient clip that I use to clip to my backpack. Overall very good for basic first aid. August 4, 2014
I suspect this feature was all that he needed to survive, in the woods. All of the items purchased that day was for my great grandson, who attends St. Benedicts High School, in Newark, NJ. There is a trip students must engage during the freshman year. He has not complained about any of the merchandise, therefore I suspect it was all great. May 14, 2014
Lifeline 85 piece first aid kit. good value for the money. Not bulky. Good for weekend camp. May 6, 2014
lifeline 85 piece first aid kit awesome first aid kit bought for dens in cub scout packs to go camping and hiking easy to carry and lightweight March 26, 2014
First Aid kit Perfect for camping outings and or family picnics. Small enough to carry in a backpack or under the car seat. Light weight and durable. It's perfect for my own needs and I would buy this product again. February 18, 2014
its good for my bugoutbag i like this item its fits well in my b.o.b its take no space in my b.o.b August 23, 2013
complete with instructions bought for use either in vehicle prepper bag or for personal bug out bag. since both are needed will buy another soon. May 7, 2013
Compact & Lite As a backpacker this was a must for being in the back country.This kit is very lite and fits in most small pockets with little to no ease.It comes with about everything you need but i did add tweezers,luqid bandage,and needles and thred for the blisters that come on the trail,but these are thing that can be picked up at any dollor store.Over all this will be alright for a weeekend camp or to keep in the car for all the things that just seem to happen.You can always add something that you think you may need for your own take on what should be in a first-aid kit. January 15, 2013
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