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19 of 19 found the following review helpful:
Great For The Price!!!!May 26, 2010
This is one of the greatest bags I have found for a low price of 20$$. Its about a medium size bag with two exterior pockets on the side, and the interior is great. It does have two inside pockets, One on the back and one on the front! Great for storing bandages. On the inside back pocket, the front has 5 smaller slots for scissors penlight or other objects. This is a great bag and I really like it. I use it for emergencies (Certified FA/CPR AD/AED) and it fits all my supplies perfect (4 large bandages, scissors, 5 different kinds of small bandages, 1 large gauze, 2 small gauze, 1 large waterproof bandage container, burn pads, 2 rolls or cloth tape, and 1 no cohesive tape) the external holds all my gloves on one side, and diabetes kit for diabetics on the other side.
Overall great bag!
If requested ill make a video!!
4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Pint sized.Aug 21, 2010
By Rev. Chris Craig
I bought this thinking it was bigger. It's a good size for a personal first aid kit but I was looking for an emergency response bag to hold a lot more items. It's small size is not it's fault though. It clearly has the dimensions listed but I failed to pay attention.
6 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Rotcho Orange EMS BagApr 15, 2012
This is a first responder/first aid trauma bag. It is not designed for professional EMS paramedic use. We (paramedic personnel) use heavier duty bags that are much larger and constructed of thicker materials, which are foam/sponge lined 1000 denier polyester and/or hard plastic cases like Pelican or Flambeau. If you are looking for professional grade EMS bags, look at brands like UniMed, Ferno, Iron Duck, StatPacks or MedPac. Keep in mind, they are not cheap, running anywhere from $150 to over $500.
That said, for what it is, this is a well laid-out and compact bag. It is suitable for first responders or as an advanced first aid/trauma kit that can be carried in your vehicle and/or set up as a "build your own" disaster/EMS bag for your home.
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
Good Size for a Starter KitDec 22, 2011
By Phil A.
Out of box this bag does seem small. But, it stuffs well, and would be a good size for a travel kit, in an RV, office or shop. The trick to packing this is to get items out of their original boxes and store them in their sterile packing. Also, don't try to jam everything you buy inside. Example: a 2"x2" gauze pad might come in 25 per box. Maybe only put half of those in this bag, keep the other half for a home kit. Or better yet, buy 2 bags, load them both up, and give one away to a friend or relative.
You might get a copy of ACEP First Aid Manual, 4th Edition [Paperback], it fits nicely in one of the interior pockets, and is the highest rated first aid book I could find.
It sounds like I am a big fan of this bag, why only 4 stars? Mainly because of construction. It is made from thin stiff nylon and feels cheap. I know it will be durable because I use a backpack made of similar material, and the stitching is good, but it feels cheap. Also, the zipper on the main compartment is a little cumbersome. But, it is not for daily use. If I were a paramedic, I would be looking for something a little bit substantial.
But, I like it, I would buy it again, and probably will.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
I feel like a pro with this EMS bagMar 13, 2012
By B. Norman
I bought this for my buddy, he asked for a First Aid Kit for Christmas, so I bought this bag, and then sepereatley, all the supplies to load up in it, that was the best idea ever.
The material this bag is made of is top quality... The logo on the front is reflective, and despite abuse, this bag has held up great.
would HIGHLY suggest this item to anyone looking to build a first aid kit.
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