Surviveware Small First Aid Kit Reaches Milestone 2,400 Amazon Reviews

Leading Surviveware First Aid Kit Celebrates Landmark Achievement

Woodbridge, United States - July 13, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —

Surviveware, a leading outdoor and adventure gear retailer, is pleased to announce that its Small First Aid Kt has received 2,400 customer reviews on Amazon. Surviveware is an advocate of a healthy and active lifestyle through hiking, camping, boating, biking, and other outdoor activities. Switching off from the hustle and bustle of the city can help ward off stress and anxiety caused by work and global events. Summer is unsurprisingly the most active of seasons, and this year, more people are turning to the great outdoors for leisure. Seasoned outdoorsmen recommend the Surviveware Small First Aid Kit for excursions of all types and durations.

This emergency kit offers a whole new experience to survivalists, adventure-seekers, and outdoor enthusiasts. The 7.5" x6" x3.5" bag contains 100 first aid items, beneficial in backcountry emergencies where medical help is not readily accessible.

Supplies stored inside the 600D soft-shelled case include various sized bandages, cotton swabs, cleansing wipes, emergency blanket, hypoallergenic tapes, eye pads, strip wound closures, and gauze pads. It also holds tools such as splinter probes, sting relief wipes, tweezers, nitrile gloves, triangular bandage, and a CPR kit. A first aid handbook, which serves as a guide during emergencies, comes included. Surviveware recommends all kit owners and users undergo certified first aid and CPR training to be best prepared for emergencies.

Surviveware kits are set apart because of their straightforward organization. Each item inside this emergency kit is stored in labeled compartments, which note the items’ name, quantity and use, allowing all users, even bystanders, to navigate this kit with ease. As everything is marked clearly, it's easier to retrieve and replenish consumed supplies.

In addition to the systematically arranged interior, outdoorsmen also love the exterior versatility that Surviveware kits have to offer. Each bag comes with MOLLE-compatible straps to allow ease of portability. This compact first aid kit also comes with a durable top handle and loop that can be used to fasten the kit to one's rucksack with a carabiner.

Amazon customers rave about the functionality and convenience that the Surviveware Small First Aid Kit offers to the table. In the following review, an Amazon customer shared how this backpacking first aid kit fits his daily hiking routine through the Rio Grande Bosque:

"This is the best first aid kit I've carried for my daily walks/hikes through the Rio Grande Bosque. While small, it is complete. The company provides suggestions for additions to the kit for specialized activities. Perhaps, the most unique feature is the labeled compartments. This small company has incredible follow up after the purchase, and their customer service is second to none!!!"

Suit up for your daily adventure and travel needs with Surviveware's Backpacking First Aid Kit. Hurry and grab your emergency kit today by clicking here.

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