Surviveware’s Small First Aid Kit Recognized as an Ideal Picnic Life Saver

Amazon’s Choice Product Recommended for Picnics and Outdoor Family Activities

Woodbridge, United States - November 2, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Picnics are a memory-building experience, anticipated by children and adults. Picnics serve as an avenue for bonding and other recreational activities for families, classmates, colleagues, and friends. However, no matter how safe and laid-back a picnic may seem, accidents can and will happen.

According to statistics, 40,00 individuals are hospitalized due to accidents at playgrounds and public parks each year. This does not include common, non-emergency injuries sustained,

With these accidents waiting to happen, it is important that parents and guardians can react immediately to the emergency. Minor injuries can be treated by a responsible adult, provided that they have a first aid kit with them. Complex injuries such as animal bites, sprains, or broken bones require professional medical attention, but emergency first aid can help until professional help arrives. Therefore, it is important to bring a complete first aid kit when heading out the door.

Seeing the need for a compact first aid kit that covers many of the needs of a family or individual, Surviveware, leading camping, and survival brand, developed a Small First Aid Kit. This go-to first aid kit combines functionality, convenience, and style into one versatile pack. The company spent years in research and development to ensure that this kit would be able to meet the needs and requirements of its customers.

This kit is small enough to fit into any car’s glove compartment. At one pound, it doesn’t take much effort to carry it around. The MOLLE strap system, as well as the fabric loop and durable top handle, making it convenient to be hung, strapped, or carried anywhere.

The outer shell of the kit is made from water-resistant 600D Polyester Fabric, an ideal material to protect the supplies within from moisture. It is sturdy enough to resist cracks, tear, and breakage. It helps to have a kit durable enough to withstand the normal wear and tear of an active lifestyle.

Packed with 100 first aid items, Surviveware’s first aid kit is an essential tool. It includes various sized bandages, Other items included in this kit are various antiseptic and sting relief wipes, gauze and cotton swabs, an emergency blanket, eye pads, hypoallergenic tapes, nitrile gloves, and strip wound closures, and more. These items are stored in resealable laminate pouches, so owners are assured their supplies are protected from the elements. . Surviveware added a basic tourniquet along with a triangular bandage and a detachable CPR kit. These added items have increased the kit’s functionality.

A favorite feature of Surviveware’s Small First Aid Kit is its labeled compartments, which allows for the easy identification and retrieval of medical supplies. Since the users can immediately identify all items, it is much easier to be efficient in an emergency or first responder situation. Time is crucial during critical situations and having a labeled kit can help provide the medical attention needed in the shortest possible time.

Purchase a first aid kit today to provide more security and protection to your family while out and about.

Surviveware is offering discount coupons to the first 100 buyers of this Small First Aid Kit. Be one of the lucky individuals who will receive this limited offer! Grab your coupon now by clicking here.

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Name: Amanda Condry
Organization: Surviveware
Phone: 703-910-5188

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