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299-Piece First Aid Only All-Purpose First Aid Kit w/ Soft Case

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Amazon has 299-Piece First Aid Only All-Purpose First Aid Kit w/ Soft Case on sale for $11.49. Shipping is free if you checkout using Subscribe & Save (click 'First delivery on', then 'Get it with your next Subscribe & Save delivery'). Otherwise, shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders if selecting the 'One-Time Purchase' option. Thanks brisar

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299-Piece First Aid Only All-Purpose First Aid Kit w/ Soft Zipper Case. [amazon.com]

$11.49 (one-time purchase or subscribe & save)
$10.92 (w/ 5 or more S&S items this month)

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or if you select "subscribe & save"
or FS on orders of $25 or more.
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The blue plastic tweezers are for wound dressing (cleaning and dressing without cross contamination), and not for something like removing a splinter. I put a good angle tip metal tweezer in mine too, but i keep both. Also really good to put in there is a compact pulse oximeter (the fingertip kind) which is critical for advanced first aid (determining if someones going into shock without guessing at their skin color or temperament)
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My partner and I get really rough in bed, so we go through first aid kits like crazy. Thank God for S&S.
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These are good buys to use up you FSA. Give them as gifts. Safety first.
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I never understood the logic of 'subscribe and save' for items like a first aid kit. Fortunately you can cancel as soon as the first item ships.

Throw away those awful blue plastic tweezers and replace with metal ones from your nearest dollar store. The pair that comes with the kit are nigh useless.
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I never understood the logic of 'subscribe and save' for items like a first aid kit. Fortunately you can cancel as soon as the first item ships.
Yeah, I'm surprised it's available for subscribe & save too. Doesn't seem like anything you would need to order on a regular basis laugh out loud
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Ive ordered several of these from amazon on previously slick deals. They are a good value for the money. I also agree the tweezers are crap but most of the kit works well. Definitely a good starting point then just add some extras along the way.
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That is a lot of bandages! One review states that 196 of the 299 pieces are bandages and 50 of those are "tiny 'Junior' Band-Aids".
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I never understood the logic of 'subscribe and save' for items like a first aid kit. Fortunately you can cancel as soon as the first item ships.

Throw away those awful blue plastic tweezers and replace with metal ones from your nearest dollar store. The pair that comes with the kit are nigh useless.
My partner and I get really rough in bed, so we go through first aid kits like crazy. Thank God for S&S.
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"Subscribe and Save" for this, but not for furnace filters? C'mon, Amazon!!!
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"Subscribe and Save" for this, but not for furnace filters? C'mon, Amazon!!!
S&S is all about what theyre willing to eat the shipping cost on in order to get you to buy more. Remember S&S and prime dont necessarily go together. As a non prime member I scout for S&S every month so i can save money and dont have to worry about shipping.
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Great kit Smilie Thanks OP
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I never understood the logic of 'subscribe and save' for items like a first aid kit. Fortunately you can cancel as soon as the first item ships.

Throw away those awful blue plastic tweezers and replace with metal ones from your nearest dollar store. The pair that comes with the kit are nigh useless.
The blue plastic tweezers are for wound dressing (cleaning and dressing without cross contamination), and not for something like removing a splinter. I put a good angle tip metal tweezer in mine too, but i keep both. Also really good to put in there is a compact pulse oximeter (the fingertip kind) which is critical for advanced first aid (determining if someones going into shock without guessing at their skin color or temperament)
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These are good buys to use up you FSA. Give them as gifts. Safety first.
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Curious, is the scissors any good?
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I never understood the logic of 'subscribe and save' for items like a first aid kit. Fortunately you can cancel as soon as the first item ships.

Throw away those awful blue plastic tweezers and replace with metal ones from your nearest dollar store. The pair that comes with the kit are nigh useless.
It's easier to get people overbuying things. Easier for them to order knowing what the demand is & lazy coding because they have a trillion items they'd have to selectively pick and choose which then have a million people asking.. why cant i buy light bulbs on s&s lol
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