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

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Amazon has 299-Piece First Aid Only All-Purpose First Aid Kit w/ Soft Case (FAO-442) on sale for $9.49. Shipping is free with Prime or on $25+ orders.

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About this product:
  • Clear plastic liner in nylon case for organization and quick access to first aid supplies.
  • Portable, lightweight, easy to carry case.
  • Includes
    • 75x 3/4" x 3" Adhesive Plastic Bandages
    • 20x 3/4" x 3" Fabric Bandages
    • 30x 1" x 3" Adhesive Plastic Bandages
    • 10x 1" x 3" Fabric Bandages
    • 4x Knuckle Fabric Bandages
    • 4x Fingertip Fabric Bandages
    • 2x 2" x 4" Elbow and Knee Plastic Bandages
    • 50x 3/8" x 1-1/2" Plastic Bandages
    • 1x 1-1/2" x 1-1/2" Patch Plastic Bandage
    • 3x Butterfly Wound Closures
    • 6x 2" x 2" Gauze Dressing Pads
    • 4x 3" x 3" Gauze Dressing Pads
    • 2x 4" x 4" Gauze Dressing Pads
    • 1x 5" x 9" Trauma Pad
    • 1x 2" Conforming Gauze Roll Bandage
    • 6x Aspirin Tablets
    • 6x Ibuprofen Tablets
    • 6x Extra Strength Nonaspirin Tablets
    • 14x Alcohol Cleansing Pads
    • 15x Antiseptic Towelettes
    • 6x Antibiotic Ointment Packs
    • 2x First Aid Burn Cream Packs
    • 3x Insect Sting Relief Pads
    • 2x 1/2" x 5 yard First Aid Tape Rolls
    • 1x 4" x 5" Instant Cold Compress
    • 1x Burn Relief Pack
    • 1x Sterile Eye Pad
    • 1x Emergency Blanket
    • 3x 2" x 2 in Moleskin Squares
    • 1x Instant Thermometer
    • 10x 3" Cotton Tipped Applicators
    • 2x 6" x 11/16" Finger Splints
    • 2x Gloves
    • 1x 4-1/2" Nickel-Plated Scissors
    • 1x 4" Plastic Tweezers
    • 1x First Aid Guide

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Stoic asked this question on 09-27-2021 at 12:03 PM
09-27-2021 at 02:19 PM
A bunch of first aid items.
09-27-2021 at 02:57 PM
More trauma related stuff like: tourniquet, Israeli bandage, quick clot pad, chest seals, sam splint, etc. There will never be a situation where you NEED a tiny bandaid, but there can be situations where you or a loved one (or stranger) NEED trauma care.
09-27-2021 at 06:12 PM
Definitely like a tourniquet
09-27-2021 at 11:26 PM
Dr.PhilosoRaptor was pretty complete, but, if i could get it, I'd add an epipen and some naloxone (brand name Narcan), along with some cough suppressant pills (dextromethorphan + guaifenesin) and benadryl. Also, some ABD pads or large feminine napkins. Dont laugh. They're sterile and absorb a lot of blood. Take out most of the bandaids. Get some good adhesive tape or athletic tape and some 4x4 gauze pads, also called sponges. Betadyne and a folded piece or two of hardware cloth (wire) long enough to unfold and make a splint might be nice. This probably wont fit in the bag in this offer, but that would make a pretty good basic kit. I was too late to get one of these, so im not sure how large the bag is.
09-28-2021 at 08:39 PM
Great answers from the medics above. Main thing that came to mind for me was a can of saline solution, like for contact lens wearers. I thought it could be very helpful with cleaning up a wound site. The allergy stuff mentioned was great.

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187 of the 299 pieces are bandaids, 18 of the items are ibuprofen/tylenol/non-aspirin

A decent deal if you do not have the majority of this stuff already but the average person will never require the majority of this but this kit is also extremely basic
I last purchased a pair from the 2016 slickdeal and they were actually slightly more, closer to $11. Each one paid for itself.

These also work very well as a take and toss item. We throw them in the beach bag, Disney bag, take them on road trips, camp
outs and even to our neighbors NY field party.
The whole kit is cheaper than one tube of Neosporin and a box of bandaides from a roadside pharmacy and way cheaper than a convenience store.
These are great to burn some FSA money

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187 of the 299 pieces are bandaids, 18 of the items are ibuprofen/tylenol/non-aspirin

A decent deal if you do not have the majority of this stuff already but the average person will never require the majority of this but this kit is also extremely basic
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187 of the 299 pieces are bandaids, 18 of the items are ibuprofen/tylenol/non-aspirin

A decent deal if you do not have the majority of this stuff already but the average person will never require the majority of this but this kit is also extremely basic
Not to pump up my own thread, but it did get +277 at $11.59 in the past, so can't be too bad of a price?
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Not to pump up my own thread, but it did get +277 at $11.59 in the past, so can't be too bad of a price?
It may be decent enough for the car but I would not get this for anything else.
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187 of the 299 pieces are bandaids, 18 of the items are ibuprofen/tylenol/non-aspirin

A decent deal if you do not have the majority of this stuff already but the average person will never require the majority of this but this kit is also extremely basic
If you dont have neosporin, gauze, all the different size bandaids, tape etc, its a great deal. its $10
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I feel like these 1st aid shill posts are normally $7-$8.
I wouldn't have jumped on the impulse buys last time, had they been $9-$10
normally? give us some links to prove. right now right here
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These are nice to have in the car.
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These are great to burn some FSA money
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Have these in the trunks of my cars. Kids always get hurt somewhere.
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I feel like these 1st aid shill posts are normally $7-$8.
I wouldn't have jumped on the impulse buys last time, had they been $9-$10
I last purchased a pair from the 2016 slickdeal and they were actually slightly more, closer to $11. Each one paid for itself.

These also work very well as a take and toss item. We throw them in the beach bag, Disney bag, take them on road trips, camp
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The whole kit is cheaper than one tube of Neosporin and a box of bandaides from a roadside pharmacy and way cheaper than a convenience store.
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Thanks, looks good for something in the car. Which I thought we had, but I learned two weeks ago we don't.
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Worth it for the bandages alone. Bought a pack of 30 for $3.00 at Walmart last week. Bandages aren't cheap, so seems like everything else will be extra. Will buy one to keep in the house for small cuts, etc.
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I have one for a year already, and doing some work around the house and farm, we all used it multiple times already. For $10 it's a great deal, and very handy. Someone said that it has mostly bandages, but those are necessary too and aren't cheap.
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