Life Systems Pocket First Aid


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First aid kit for day walking.

The Life Systems Pocket First Aid Kit is stuffed full of the items you need to carry for day walking and family days out. The zipped bag will stash away easily or can be worn on your belt or rucksack harness and contains: 1st aid info sheet, antiseptic wipes, antiseptic cream, woven bandage, non-adherent dressing, safety pins, scissors and micropore tape.

  • 150D, PU coated ripstop bag
  • Belt attachment
  • Waterproof zip
  • Easy access
  • Dimensions 12.5 x 8 x 4.5 cm
  • Weighs 180g
  • Contains 23 items
  • Primary care leaflet
  • Small low-adherent dressing
  • Woven bandage
  • Small crepe bandage
  • Fabric plasters
  • Micropore tape
  • Gauze swabs
  • Antiseptic cream
  • Antiseptic wipes
  • Scissors
  • Safety pins
  • Tweezers


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