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  • Contains Sting Relief & Alcohol Pads, Multiple sizes of Bandages, Gauze, Gloves, Tweezers. Mini First Aid Kit fits perfectly in your hand, pocket or travel bag.
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Woot has Swiss Safe First Aid Kit Pouch (64-Piece) 3-Pack for 12.99 with free shipping if you have Amazon Prime [woot.com](otherwise $6 shipping)
*note* the free shipping is NOT 2-day Prime, it will take a week or so, just no charge for Prime members since Amazon owns Woot!

Cost per pack comes out to $4.33/pack (pretax) which is a good deal. The Amazon cost for a 5pk is 8.60/pk. Has a 4.7 star review rating [amazon.com]

Swiss Safe First Aid Kit Pouch (single) Includes:

10 x Medium bandages
6 x Kids bandages
10 x Mini bandages
10 x Alcohol prep pads
4 x Sting relief pads
1 x Metal tweezers
5 x Safety pins
1 x First aid tape
1 x Small scissors
2 x Disposable gloves
2 x Sterile gauze pads
10 x Cotton tips
1 x CPR faceguard
1 x First Aid Guide

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(3) Swiss Safe First Aid Kit Pouch (64-Piece) Pack
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The metal tweezers, scissors and CPR mask are nice pluses. These are practically worth it just for the pouch and the basic first aid instructions.

Preppers and outdoor enthusiasts often sneer these pre-made "boo-boo" kits, noting they generally have inferior quality components. While it's true you can make a better quality kit yourself, you sure can't make one more cheaply.

These would make an excellent foundation for a good quality individual first aid kit. Looks like there's plenty of room in those pouches for some larger bandages and a few 4x4 or 6x6 dressings, some OTC meds (aspirin, ibuprofen, diphenhydramine and loperamide would be good starters), a packet of honey or other source of glucose and maybe a thermometer.

If you hike, moleskin or at least a foot or two of duct tape wound around an old wallet card would be a wise addition. If you're running out of room, lose those mini-bandages; they're nigh near useless.

Thanks OP, this is a good find.

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Bought it. Will throw one in each car.
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Thank you! just ordered. I believe first aid kits are FSA eligible.
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What would be the expiry dates medicines
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The metal tweezers, scissors and CPR mask are nice pluses. These are practically worth it just for the pouch and the basic first aid instructions.

Preppers and outdoor enthusiasts often sneer these pre-made "boo-boo" kits, noting they generally have inferior quality components. While it's true you can make a better quality kit yourself, you sure can't make one more cheaply.

These would make an excellent foundation for a good quality individual first aid kit. Looks like there's plenty of room in those pouches for some larger bandages and a few 4x4 or 6x6 dressings, some OTC meds (aspirin, ibuprofen, diphenhydramine and loperamide would be good starters), a packet of honey or other source of glucose and maybe a thermometer.

If you hike, moleskin or at least a foot or two of duct tape wound around an old wallet card would be a wise addition. If you're running out of room, lose those mini-bandages; they're nigh near useless.

Thanks OP, this is a good find.
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The metal tweezers, scissors and CPR mask are nice pluses. These are practically worth it just for the pouch and the basic first aid instructions.

Preppers and outdoor enthusiasts often sneer these pre-made "boo-boo" kits, noting they generally have inferior quality components. While it's true you can make a better quality kit yourself, you sure can't make one more cheaply.

These would make an excellent foundation for a good quality individual first aid kit. Looks like there's plenty of room in those pouches for some larger bandages and a few 4x4 or 6x6 dressings, some OTC meds (aspirin, ibuprofen, diphenhydramine and loperamide would be good starters), a packet of honey or other source of glucose and maybe a thermometer.

If you hike, moleskin or at least a foot or two of duct tape wound around an old wallet card would be a wise addition. If you're running out of room, lose those mini-bandages; they're nigh near useless.

Thanks OP, this is a good find.
Great info. I myself am putting together an IFAK for hiking so this item caught my eye. I already have most of the items (except CPR mask which I just put one in the cart in Amazon for a low price) but figure others may be interested to have one to throw in a bag or vehicle.

I got a dozen triangle bandages for less than $8, cpr mask with case for under $7 from amazon, ordered a tourniquet with bandage shears and pouch for $10 and two Israeli bandages for $10.25 from aliexpress (will take a month or so to arrive)
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Thx op!
I was going to get a first aid kit for camping!
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I have Prime and it is charging $6 for shipping?
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I have Prime and it is charging $6 for shipping?
Go all the way through to check out and make sure you're signed in with your amazon account and you'll see free shipping.
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I created my own ifak for things like hiking, but these seem like great extras for traveling, sports bag, etc. It looks compact and you can always add/remove based on your needs.
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Go all the way through to check out and make sure you're signed in with your amazon account and you'll see free shipping.
I am logged in, using my Prime account. On top of checkout page it is indicating charge of $6 but on bottom page it does say free for Prime members. Total is still including the $6 charge though. Hmmmm.



Just logged in using another browser and it worked. 👍🏼
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Great info. I myself am putting together an IFAK for hiking so this item caught my eye. I already have most of the items (except CPR mask which I just put one in the cart in Amazon for a low price) but figure others may be interested to have one to throw in a bag or vehicle.

I got a dozen triangle bandages for less than $8, cpr mask with case for under $7 from amazon, ordered a tourniquet with bandage shears and pouch for $10 and two Israeli bandages for $10.25 from aliexpress (will take a month or so to arrive)
Never knew of an Israeli bandage...ty for the info...great video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNR8rRFgwNk

Like you I would rather assemble my own kit
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First Aid Kit Pouch (64-Piece): Pocket Sized, Lightweight & Compact with Dual Zippers for Organization https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07DHW3...7Eb99KA599 $9.29 on amazon
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