Reddit Reddit reviews Adventure Medical Kits Ultralight Watertight .7 Medical First Aid Kit

We found 8 Reddit comments about Adventure Medical Kits Ultralight Watertight .7 Medical First Aid Kit. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Adventure Medical Kits Ultralight Watertight .7 Medical First Aid Kit
Kit measures 7.5 x 10 x 2 inches and weighs approximately 8 ouncesAccommodates 1-2 people for 1-4 daysInner Dryflex bags and outer seam-sealed siliconized nylon bag with water-resistant zipperThis first aid kit contains a wide array of medications to treat pain, inflammation, and allergiesStabilize fractures and sprains with wraps and bandages to immobilize fractures and provide support
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8 Reddit comments about Adventure Medical Kits Ultralight Watertight .7 Medical First Aid Kit:

u/StrangerMind · 6 pointsr/bugout

This one is the one I plan on picking up Friday. It is waterproof which is a big plus and seems to have a good selection. I watched a review video on youtube where they listed everything. Once I get it I will be going over what I should add with my brother who is an EMT.

u/cwcoleman · 5 pointsr/CampingGear

What price range are you looking for? Do your parents generally spend over $100 on your for gifts?

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Here are some basic ideas:

  1. Headlamp: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077Z3LNX9
  2. Stove: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07L5S65HR
  3. Pot: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BVOME9Y
  4. First Aid Kit: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000G7WRBC
  5. Spoon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0045UA8G2
  6. Sleeping Pad: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BZ3C900/
  7. Water Filter: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B005EHPVQW
  8. Water Bladder 1: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000AQYY38
  9. Water Bladder 2: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000J2KEGY
  10. Water Bladder 3: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RC9BZ4G
  11. Trowel: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BFHT4P3
  12. Trekking Poles: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XM0YGW8
  13. Battery Pack: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0194WDVHI
  14. Socks: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074ZR5SJQ
  15. Buff: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07BJ3N9MF

    You could also add basic stuff like batteries, lighters, power bars, trash bags, first aid supplies and other consumables.

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    Other items are harder to pick without know more details...

  • Tent - do you want to sleep in that hammock, or want a tent too?
  • Sleeping bag - 30F or 40F bag may be goo enough for Texas 3-seasons?
  • Backpack - want to keep the one you have, or upgrade?
  • Footwear - boots or trail runners?
  • Shirts / Pants - sizes and styles you prefer?
  • Jackets - need waterproof? puffy warm? other?
u/The_Sap_Must_Flow · 2 pointsr/climbing

This is the exact one I take with me everywhere. Only weighs 6oz. I throw it in my summit pack when doing multipitch, hardly even notice it's there...until I need it.

u/Gergss · 2 pointsr/EDC

I carry the Adventure Medical Kit .7 in my back pack. Depending on your level of training, you may want to look at quick clot, a tourniquet, maybe extra bandages and trauma shears. It really depends on what you think you might need to use it for. This is a cool video, he goes into his first aid kit around the 8:50 mark

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/bugout

I have placed an order with everyone's suggestions in mind for a starter BOB. Thank you everyone for your input.

Here is what it is looking like so far:

Bag: I'm just going to use a northface bag I have that still appears new after 4+ years of use. Was my college bag originally so was used everyday. Very well built.
Here it is for reference

Knife: Since I freed up some money, I went ahead and picked up the Kabar also grabbed a leather sheath. Hopefully I don't get flack for it having a USMC logo on it. It is their knife anyway after-all.

Multitool Decided I probably would need a multitool of some sort.

Nalgene bottle and cup Thanks for alerting me to the cup, I didn't know these exist and should come in handy.

First aid kit based on suggestions.

Sawyer mini water filter

Saw chain was questioned but after watching the user video of him sawing through a tree in like 5 seconds I'm sold. I've tried cutting wood with machetes and hatchets and it is a PITA.

Emergency Blankets can't be too warm I feel.

Rations I will be taking at least 6 days worth.

Emergency Tent Will need to see how big this is. I might just get a tarp for my eno.

Compass

Cordage

Water treatment tablets

Headlamp

Emergency Bivvy

I also have a Ruger LCP with ~100 rounds I will toss in. I need to make copies of all of my documents to include. I already have a tactical flashlight to put in but will need some extra batteries. I have extra glasses to include. Have some flint and steel and bic lighters to include. Considering some sort of magnifying lense. The eno hammock, some jeans, a sweatshirt, rain jacket, and cap will be included. Also some sunglasses. I need to grab some duct tape, charger/radio, some sort of ereader or survival book, and probably a dozen other things I can't think of right now.

I will also need to make one for my 100lb black lab since I realized I wouldn't be able to leave him behind. Going to start training him to hike and carry a pack etc to have him ready. Ultimately he could become a major asset.




u/ruckus666 · 1 pointr/motocamping

I stay in the States (at least for now), and have this first-aid kit with me.

It's not perfect certainly, but I ride street and don't get far from civilization. I adore how compact these kits are.

u/theg33k · 0 pointsr/Ultralight

For that price you won't be getting ultralight on the big 3: backpack, sleeping bag, and tent. Unfortunately those are the largest, heaviest, and most difficult to go light weight on a budget. The majority of the other items are pretty good UL gear. You can, for example, get a lighter titanium stove. It'll save you about 2oz and double the cost. Eventually the 2oz there and a few more oz here and there on a number of pieces of gear really add up so you may want to swap it out as you upgrade your gear over time. But for right now one in the price/weight range I suggested is really good ultra light weight bang for your buck.

  1. Alice Backpack $35 -- Watch some youtube videos on how to strap your tent/sleeping bag/sleeping pad to the pack safely and securely. Alternatively buy a used backpack off Craigslist for dirt cheap. This is the third thing I'd upgrade, once you have a lighter/smaller sleeping bag and tent.
  2. Slumberjack 40 degree sleeping bag $98 -- Upgrade to down-filled rather than synthetic if you can, also make sure it's temperature appropriate for your trips. This is the first place I'd personally choose to upgrade.
  3. Coleman Sundome $36 -- Any name brand dome tent is great for beginners. I picked a 2-person since you don't seem to know what you're doing (not an insult) I assume you'll be bringing a buddy! This is the 2nd thing I'd personally choose to upgrade to something that compacts down small enough to fit inside my backpack.
  4. MSR Pocket Rocket butane stove $32 -- Not the greatest or the absolute lightest, but one of the more popular light weight stoves. A can of fuel is $5 at Wal-Mart or pretty much any sporting goods store.
  5. Primus Litech 10oz kettle $25-- From this kit you really just want the pot and lid. You can leave the pan at home. According to the ad it is big enough to hold the 230g sized butane cannister previously mentioned. I suggest either eating things that require no cooking or just boiling water like any number of Mountain House or alternative meals available in the sporting goods section of Wal-Mart or any sporting goods store.
  6. Stansport Back Packing Pad $10 -- One of the simplest items to upgrade, but "nicer" ones are $30-100+.
  7. Titanium Spork $9 -- The only cookware you'll need for most those backpacking freeze-dried meals where you just add hot water and eat out of the pouch.
  8. 4-pack of ponchos $4 -- These are stupid small and light. They're shit quality and rip easy so they're mostly one time use.. but at $1/ea you can pack one per day, who cares? Nice rain gear is hella expensive.
  9. Base Layer -- If you don't already own it, buy some polyester/spandex "athletic" under-shirts and pants. They're stupid light, wick away your sweat, and add lots of warmth per ounce and cubic inch of pack space. I picked up a random set from Ross yesterday (bottoms and short sleeve top) for $20 combined. Generally speaking, avoid cotton for all clothing.
  10. Rip-Stop/hiking/tactical pants $40/pair -- I can't pick these out for you because sizing/style preference, but the fairly cheap ones are about that price per pair.
  11. AMK First Aid Kit $23 -- This is likely way more than you need and you could probably put together a decent one in a zip-loc baggy with stuff you have around the house. Don't forget to add any prescriptions you have or anything for special needs (allergies).
  12. Survival Whistle $6 -- You can find cheaper ones at Wal-Mart maybe...
  13. Signal Mirror $8 -- A woman's "compact" makeup mirror could get you this for free
  14. Aquamira water treatment drops $14 -- You may also prefer iodine tablets or a filter. You can get a basic Sawyer filter from Wal-Mart for about $25.

    That totals out at $365 and covers most of your bases of things you'll need to buy. Most everything else is going to be like soap, toothbrush, etc. which I'm assuming you already have. I really like the HikeLight 3-day camping checklist. You won't be able to get most (any?) of the gear on this list at your price range, but just make sure you have a comparable replacement. Yours will likely just be bigger and/or heavier than their suggested ones. http://hikelight.com/gearlist.html

    Happy backpacking!