Adventure Medical Kits Mountain Classic Series
Adventure Medical Kits Mountain Classic Series
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A longtime bestseller from Adventure Medical Kits, the Mountain Series Weekender is great for family camping, scout trips, and any outdoor pursuit that calls for preparedness. Each kit weighs just under 2 pounds, and is designed for small groups spending up to a week in the wilderness ... Read More

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jbeimel
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May 11, 2019
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Why don't u ship these Internationaly anymore?
May 11, 2019
cornerstonetom
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Dec 28, 2018
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No tourniquet, super glue or puncture wound seals? This is not what I would consider to be a "complete" kit. But, with the discount, you can add what's needed, even though you shouldn't have to since the manufacturer claims that it is "everything you need" for an emergency. It's not complete, but it's a starting point. From that perspective it's a good kit.
Dec 28, 2018
smallbit
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Oct 22, 2018
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Things in my first aid kit: Antihistamines, clear Gorilla glue, ipecac x2 sealed bottles fresh from 1970, activated charcoal solution x3 bottles, ammonia 20% dilution 2x bottles, 1 pack of ammonia glass break sniffs, 12x 3M Steri-Strip skin closures, 10x antiseptic wipes, Swann Morton scalpel #4 with an extra blade, 12x Curad butterfly bandages, 4oz hydrogen peroxide spray, a copy of "Whose Boat Is This Boat? Comments That Don't Help in the Aftermath of a Hurricane", surgical kit (scissors and stuffs), sewing kit (safety pins and needles and such), DayQuil capsules, Ibuprofen, and Hydrocortisone stuffs.
So this drop is kind of perfect for me I think? All the stuff I don't have.
Oct 22, 2018
jari.perho
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Jul 29, 2016
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I have only a little bit of first aid training, but honestly, I think people ought to always make their own first aid kits instead of buying ready ones. I pack first aid items appropriate for the specific activity, scenario or group and only items I actually know how to use and are able to keep track of what expires and when. First aid kits are useless, if the user doesn’t know how to use the contents. Besides, let’s be honest about in-the-field first aid. Hardly anyone, even an EMT, could carry enough gear to treat serious injuries in the field. It usually comes down to stabilizing the injury, and then self-rescue or calling for help.
Jul 29, 2016
DannyMilks
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Jul 22, 2016
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I'm interested to see the community response for these med kits. They aren't the lightest ones made by AMK, but that can easily be improved with lighter weight storage sacks. How much demand is there for the high altitude meds? It's very possible that we can create a Massdrop custom ultralight med kit.
Jul 22, 2016
BHall
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Oct 30, 2018
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I am most interested in a pouch, the contents are not important to me as I tend to fill with what I think I will need on my trip. I have one of these https://www.maxpedition.com/products/individual-first-aid-pouch?variant=12191268307015 and I like it but its not exactly what I want. It feels durable enough and its fairly lightweight IMO but there is additional weight that could be cut. I would remove the front pocket zipper but leave the pocket and completely remove the internal plastic pocket and zipper. Remove the MOLLE. A simple belt loop on the back would be nice but not a necessity. My biggest complaint/wish list feature would be a way to improve water resistance without resorting to using a zip lock bag inside it. I would be ok with the outside zipper only going across the top if it allowed for greater waterproofing.
Oct 30, 2018
kim.suarez
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Oct 30, 2018
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This is amazing! I will try to see what we can do from a collaborations perspective to work on a project like this!
Oct 30, 2018
Ponteaus
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Jul 22, 2016
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What's the expiration date on these kits? Are they good for years? I've got little, very active kids, so this keep seems like a great thing to toss in the car to have on hand.
Jul 22, 2016
Crampton
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Oct 29, 2018
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That is true. However it is not just the loss of efficacy of the the drug. It is also the toxicity of any degradation products. Not uncommon to haven potentially carcengenic degration products of the active drug. Also the storage conditions play a huge role in the chemical degrading of active drugs. I could waffle on for years on this. But in conclusion it is best to stick to expiry dates of drugs and try to store in cool dry conditions.
Oct 29, 2018
YogaBear
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Nov 6, 2018
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You are right, and I agree with @Crampton in his elaboration. However, for a kit that I’ll depend on out in the wilderness or in a foreign country with no dependable pharmacies, I for one will err on the side of caution and accept the waste.
Nov 6, 2018
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