In the coming weeks I will be putting together several different “tiers” of first aid kits. They will be available in limited quantities some time around Christmas.

I believe that these first aid kits will offer the best bang for your buck and will be comprised of quality items. You will not find custom kits like these anywhere else for these prices.

The tiers are:

  1. Personal First Aid Kit (NON-IFAK*)
  2. Individual First Aid Kit (IFAK) (Will not be available for several months)
  3. Personal SHTF First Aid Kit In A Box.
  4. Family SHTF First Aid Kit In A Bucket(2-5 people)
  5. Cache First Aid Kit (Coming in 2014)
  6. Minutemen Squad Medic Kit (Coming in 2014)

The Personal First Aid Kits are basic kits that you would keep in your pantry, bathroom or vehicle. They are designed to handle common injuries and moderate injuries that are non-life threatening but will require treatment at a hospital, medical clinic or by your doctor. *The NON-IFAK designation is to avoid confusion because The Personal kit is not a combat-oriented kit (see content list below)

The contents of the Personal First Aid Kit are:

  • 2x pair of nitrile exam gloves
  • 2x packets of 2 Tylenol Extra Strength
  • 1x roll of 1″ plastic medical tape
  • 5x alcohol prep pads
  • 4x 0.5g packets of Triple Antibiotic Ointment
  • 4x 0.5g packets of burn gel
  • 20x assorted bandages
  • 2x 2×2 gauze pads
  • 2x 2×3 gauze pads
  • 5x butterfly wound closures
  • 1x triangular bandage
  • 1x tongue depressor/finger splint
  • 1x oval eye bandage
  • 1x Instant Cold Pack
  • 2x 1″ gauze roll
  • 1x 4″ elastic bandage
  • 1x first aid case.

Price: $25.00/each or 3 for $62 (save $13)

The Personal SHTF First Aid Kit In A Box is revolutionary.  Designed for preppers by a prepper for those “in case of emergency, break glass” moments.  Tuck this bad boy right in your stock pile for when disaster strikes.  This kit could potentially be the only first aid kit you will ever need to buy.

The contents of the Personal SHTF First Aid Kit In A Box are:

  • 1x EMT shears
  • 1x pen light
  • 1x surgical mask
  • 1x #10 sterile surgical scalpel
  • 1x 1″ roll of medical tape
  • 1x bottle of hand sanitizer
  • 1x Mayday emergency survival blanket
  • 20x alcohol prep pads
  • 1x box of nitrile gloves
  • 1x skin stapler kit
  • 10x 0.5g packets of Triple Antibiotic Ointment
  • 10x 0.5g packets of burn gel
  • 10x packets of Tylenol Extra Strength
  • 80x assorted bandages
  • 10x butterfly wound closures
  • 5x wooden tongue depressor/finger splint
  • 2x oval eye pad
  • 50x assorted gauze pads
  • 3x Abdominal Pad
  • 3x wound dressing/field dressing
  • 2x conforming gauze
  • 6x 1″ gauze wrap
  • 2x 4″ elastic bandage
  • 2x Triangle Bandage
  • 1x TK4 Tourniquet
  • 2x Instant Cold Pack

Price: $50/each or 3 for $140 (save $10

The Family SHTF First Aid Kit In A Bucket is essentially a larger version of the Personal SHTF kit.  There are  a few differences such as instead of the skin stapler kit you will get a suture/wound closure kit and instead of alcohol prep pads you will get a bottle of Isopropyl Alcohol*.  Each bucket kit will have supplies for a family of 4.  If you require a kit for a larger family,  I offer discounts when you buy a family SHTF kit and a custom kit.  No one knows what is best for you and your family except you and your family. That is why I offer the custom option.

The Family SHTF First Aid Kit In A Bucket  for a family of 4 is priced at $190. (Over $280 value!)   add $5.00 if you would like a gamma lid instead of the regular bucket lid.

*Can swap the Isopropyl Alcohol with Providone-Iodine or Hydrogen Peroxide.

I offer custom kits of any size. Custom kits start at $10.  Depending on what you want, it will take me one day to complete most custom kits but if I need to order anything it will take about 9 days to complete the kit.

Please contact me on Facebook or at Dave6890127@gmail.com if interested in purchasing.  I accept Paypal, cash and in some cases money order.

 

*Quantities and prices were adjusted due to previous calculation error on 12/5/13

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