EMDMAK First Aid Kit Survival Kit, 276Pcs Tactical Molle EMT IFAK Pouch Outdoor Gear Emergency Kits Trauma Bag for Camping Hiking Boat Hunting Home Car Earthquake and Adventures Sports & Outdoors
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??A Must-Have Survival First Aid Kit?EMDMAK First aid survival kit comes with 13pcs powerful survival tools & 262pcs comprehensive medical supplies packed in a military tactical molle EMT IFAK pouch which is made of 600D nylon, durable, water resistant & portable. The overall dimension of this kit is 8.3″ x 4.9″ x 6.7″ and weight 2.3 lbs ??Various Practical Survival Gears?All of the survival gears we add in this kit are essential: Military Combat Tourniquet, Tactical Knife, LED flashlight(battery not included), Emergency Mylar Blanket, Compass, Whistle, Fire Starter, Wire Saw, Multi-function Pliers, Saber Card, D-Ring Buckle Keychain, Tactical Pen, Kettle buckle, which can meet your different needs. ??Comprehensive First Aid Supplies?With full range of high quality medical first aid supplies, allowing to treat A single family or a group of friends under emergency case. You can deal with wounds soon to reduce and prevent wound infections. It has everything you need for the most common mishaps and first aid demand with a compact portable size. Perfect for taking care of any medical emergency. ??Molle System Compatible?With MOLLE System Compatible Straps & quick removal velcro panel on Back, you can easily attach our IFAK Pouch to other tactical molle backpack, or hang it onto the Combat Vest, Belt. Adjust buckle straps to tighten the tactical pouch, which made it a perfect companion for military tactical use or any outdoor activities. ??Perfect for Any Emergency Situation?Ideal for Tactical Medics, Military, Police, Firefighter, EMT, Hunter, First Responders, Hikers, Campers, Outdoor Enthusiasts & More! Perfect for Car, Boat, Bike, Motorcycle, Home, Workplace; Travel, Hunting, Camping, Hiking, Fishing, Boating, Cycling, Backpacking, Climbing, Wilderness Adventures, etc. Also Suit for Natural Disasters Survival Emergency, such as Earthquake, Hurricane, Tornado, Flood and Fire.
10 reviews for EMDMAK First Aid Kit Survival Kit, 276Pcs Tactical Molle EMT IFAK Pouch Outdoor Gear Emergency Kits Trauma Bag for Camping Hiking Boat Hunting Home Car Earthquake and Adventures Sports & Outdoors
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This thing is awesome. I literally just opened this about 10 mins ago and I’m so in love with it! It comes with the basics and some. The bag is perfect size and seems durable. Honeslty everything it comes with is cheap feeling, but that’s not going to stop me from using it. The bag alone is worth the price. Will be doing an update soon.
I love the small footprint of the whole pouch and how much stuff you can put in them. It’s my first survival kit and this kit is packed with a lot of stuff and it’s impressive how much you got for the price. I am learning about these kits and the price is really right as a starter kit so I do advise anybody to buy this one first and maybe upgrade once you understand what you need and what’s really useful in those kits. Very happy with this purchase.
How it packs in so much value is crazy to me. Two or three of the items purchased separately on Amazon would cost more than this pack with 270+ items and it comes with a sweet molle pack. I could see this being well over $100 worth of items if pieced together yourself. How time consuming, and expensive. Great kit, just buy. Buy one for your car, your home, your kids, your camping and hiking bag. Rather be prepared and not need this ever, than using the money you’re ‘saving’ on a fast food dinner out. Products may not be top of the line name-brand survival gear, but all will work as intended in a pinch, which is what this is for.
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I bought this to add to our emergency bags. I am not going to detail every item but just the ones that stand out in one way or another.Case: Compact, mini backpack design. Everything is packaged separately and organized very well. Case has different pockets and loops to keep everything in its place. Seems durable and well-made. The flag and red cross symbol both are Velcroed on and can be removed.Poncho: Very thin plastic, kind of like covering yourself with a human-size disposable grocery bag.Flashlight: Compact, light, but a little cheap-feeling.Compass: Decent. Works. Built in clip doesn’t feel as flimsy as the other plain carebiner/clip does.Whistle: Nice and light, easily attached and carried on a key chain.Tourniquet: Not flimsy at all, comes with instructions. The tourniquet itself is better than anything you would get in a basic first aid kit. That is the one item that sets this apart from the other emergency kits of this price range that I looked at on Amazon.Knife: Easy to open, a little dangerous to close. On the bottom part of the handle, directly beneath the knife blade is a small serrated piece of metal which must be moved to the left in order to close the knife. (See video.)Pocket tools: Very tiny, which, if you want to carry on a keychain or in a pocket or purse, might be a good thing. Fits easily in the palm of my smallish hands. However not sure how efficient or durable it is. Seems like a convenient tool to have on hand all the same. Comes in its own little black case.First Aid kit: Basic. I bought a full first aid kit separately and will combine the two. It DOES have burn cream, stuff for insect bites and disinfecting wipes. The tweezers are metal (albeit rather cheap) and not plastic like a lot of the kits out there.Summary: Certainly a good kit to have on hand, or to pack in a go-bag for evacuation or emergencies. The quality is decent, but not outstanding. The items are not for long-time or every day use but certainly durable enough for an emergency.I am going to give this 5 stars because it is exactly as advertised, nothing is missing or broken, and it’s what I expected. If you want a top quality kit, or are looking for something to use regularly on camping or hiking trips you likely would be better off paying more money and getting something that’s designed for constant use. If, like me, you simply want to be prepared for any circumstance and hope to never have to use it, then this is a good deal and pretty comprehensive.
Jason Gobin –
Purchased for my parents who have began doing a lot of hiking. They carry it in their water pack and have used it twice in the first week. Great supply for their hikes.
Robert Ramos –
I’m impressed wit this. The bag is sold and versatile. The tools, etc are pretty well built for a a little at this price. I personally would have added a thermal blanket along with the rain poncho or that in place of the rain poncho. I use this in my car along with a few other things as an emergency kit.
Good starter kit for the truck/car. Most importantly it includes a CPR shield and a tourniquet. Those are two essential items missing from the majority of kits. All of the survival gear is junk, with the exception of the knife. I was surprised to find that the knife was spring assisted, so you can truly open it with one hand and it sharpens easily.Med kit is pretty complete. Take out the survival stuff and add some Neosporin, cold packs, pain reliever, antihistamine (Benedryl), elastic bandage, and you will have everything you need for most emergencies.
Juan Ramirez –
Great budget friendly kit, has a ton of items pack neatly together. Bag seems to be durable and accessories seem to be pretty good for the price.
Alexandria vance –
I was skeptical about buying this because no way it could be good quality stuff for the price. I was VERY WRONG this is by far one of the best kits I’ve bought yet and the quality of the products are top notch I wanted something that had a lot but didn’t take up a ton of space. I highly recommend any one that is interested in a kit like this it is worth twice as much of the cost.
michael pepper –
this is a good little starter kit for your camper, back pack or car. if you are looking for a professional type survival kit i recommend piecing one together piece by piece yourself. i bought this for my son to keep in his car and it is great for that application and would be handy in an emergency, but i wouldn’t rely on it for long term survival. well worth the price and is a good kit.