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  • Designed for life in the bottom of the pack, zippered ripstop silnylon outer bag has 2 inner DryFlex™ watertight pouches to ensure contents are kept clean and dry
  • Wound care items: 3 butterfly closure strips, 2 triple antibiotic ointments, 3 antiseptic wipes and 1 pair of nitrile gloves
  • Bandages: 8 sterile dressings, 2 non-adherent sterile dressings, 2 conforming gauze bandages, 5 adhesive bandages and 3 knuckle bandages
  • 10 yards adhesive tape, 1 elastic bandage, 11 precut and shaped moleskin pieces and 3 alcohol swabs
  • Medications: 6 ibuprofen, 2 aspirin, 2 antihistamine and 2 AfterBite® sting-relief wipes
  • Other equipment: splinter picker forceps, 3 safety pins and a 26 x 2 in. roll of duct tape

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Specs

Best Use Hiking, Backpacking
Material(s) Silnylon pouch
Dimensions 8.5 x 6.5 x 2 inches
Weight 8 ounces
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Has what you need, that's what matters It's definitely a bit unorganized.. I took everything out and sorted it into ziploc baggies. Would be nice to have something between this and the big heavy red kits, something that folds out, you know? But for something you hope never to have to use anyway, it's a good solid option. The kit has all the vital stuff, and will be really useful when you need it, for anything short of broken bones. And the nylon bag protects the inner plastic bag from getting damaged, so it seems like it will be just fine sitting at the bottom of my day pack indefinitely. It doesn't come with scissors though, so consider bringing some or a multitool.
Date published: 2014-08-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Good Ultralight Kit This is a very good pared down kit. This is not the keep in your trunk or garage in case of emergency kit. This is the small enough that you darn well better bring it on the trail kit - no excuses about bulk or weight. The duct tape is redundant for me, so I took that out. Saved a lot of weight there. Could use more and better blister treatment, added that. It's a kit, so you should personalize it a bit. Add a little, remove little or nothing. This plus the Personal Survival Pak and you're pretty good.
Date published: 2009-05-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great and lightweight This is a great kit for backcountry activities. This(and all the ultralight kits) is NOT a kit to keep in the trunk of your car. This is made for people who like light weight things but still have all the things you need in case you get hurt. I have seen reviews on some of the other ultralight series kits complaining that everything is just packed in there and there is no organization. Well I am not sure if they really know what ultralight means, but ultralight means you cut out all unnecessary weight and only have what is needed. So in the case of an ultralight first aid kit that means organizational pouches. To help with a little organization you can completely unpack the kit and then repack it so you get an idea of where you are putting the different contents. This kit has a little extra room to add some additional stuff. I added AMK's Blister Medic to the bag and it fits in with no problem. This helps out a little bit with organization as all my blister supplies are on the blister medic pouch so I can just pull it out. This kit is for people who want a good first aid kit but don't want all the weight of regular kits. This kit is at least half the weight of its non ultralight counterparts. I would highly recomend this to backpackers and hikers who need a good first aid kit for shorter (a few days) trips.
Date published: 2013-04-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good Kit, Not AMK's Best. The Watertight .7 Kit is a pretty good first aid kit. It covers the basic needs someone might have on a short outdoor excursion. As with all first aid kits I did do some customization of the kit. The one problem I have with the kit is the organization. All of the supplies are essentially in one large pocket. There isn't much internal organization so I had to sift through the pack to find what what I needed. While this kit is okay I highly recommend one with more organization such as the AMK Day Tripper Kit.
Date published: 2013-01-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Could use higher quality med supplies Bought this for a recent high adventure trip with Boy Scouts. Could use better organization. I found myself searching through the whole thing to find a simple band aid. Also, the moleskin included in this kit is of the poorest quality I've ever seen. Completely useless in real life situations. I had to supplement the kit quite a bit with my own purchased materials. The package itself is nice though - definitely keeps things dry.
Date published: 2014-07-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great for the basics I've had this kit for years and just add/replace things as necessary. I go backpacking, hiking, fishing etc. and take this when I go. It has about everything you need for basic injuries and has rom to add things to the pouch.
Date published: 2012-06-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Has Been the Perfect Lightweight Kit I've had this kit for about 3-years now. It has proven itself to be the perfect kit for my needs. Aside from being ultralight and waterproof it has just about everything you'll need on the trails. The only thing it really didn't have, that I wanted was blister care, but there is plenty of room in the pouch to add other items.
Date published: 2010-09-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does the Job grabbed this to throw in for a trip out of state, and we were glad to have the benedryl and sting-ease. Package is nice and water tight and seems rugged enough to take somewhat of a beating in my carry on rucksack. There is just a little bit of spare space, I added a rescue breathing barrier and a pair of nitrile gloves.
Date published: 2013-03-01
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Has what you need, that's what matters It's definitely a bit unorganized.. I took everything out and sorted it into ziploc baggies. Would be nice to have something between this and the big heavy red kits, something that folds out, you know? But for something you hope never to have to use anyway, it's a good solid option. The kit has all the vital stuff, and will be really useful when you need it, for anything short of broken bones. And the nylon bag protects the inner plastic bag from getting damaged, so it seems like it will be just fine sitting at the bottom of my day pack indefinitely. It doesn't come with scissors though, so consider bringing some or a multitool.
Date published: 2014-08-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Good Ultralight Kit This is a very good pared down kit. This is not the keep in your trunk or garage in case of emergency kit. This is the small enough that you darn well better bring it on the trail kit - no excuses about bulk or weight. The duct tape is redundant for me, so I took that out. Saved a lot of weight there. Could use more and better blister treatment, added that. It's a kit, so you should personalize it a bit. Add a little, remove little or nothing. This plus the Personal Survival Pak and you're pretty good.
Date published: 2009-05-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great and lightweight This is a great kit for backcountry activities. This(and all the ultralight kits) is NOT a kit to keep in the trunk of your car. This is made for people who like light weight things but still have all the things you need in case you get hurt. I have seen reviews on some of the other ultralight series kits complaining that everything is just packed in there and there is no organization. Well I am not sure if they really know what ultralight means, but ultralight means you cut out all unnecessary weight and only have what is needed. So in the case of an ultralight first aid kit that means organizational pouches. To help with a little organization you can completely unpack the kit and then repack it so you get an idea of where you are putting the different contents. This kit has a little extra room to add some additional stuff. I added AMK's Blister Medic to the bag and it fits in with no problem. This helps out a little bit with organization as all my blister supplies are on the blister medic pouch so I can just pull it out. This kit is for people who want a good first aid kit but don't want all the weight of regular kits. This kit is at least half the weight of its non ultralight counterparts. I would highly recomend this to backpackers and hikers who need a good first aid kit for shorter (a few days) trips.
Date published: 2013-04-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good Kit, Not AMK's Best. The Watertight .7 Kit is a pretty good first aid kit. It covers the basic needs someone might have on a short outdoor excursion. As with all first aid kits I did do some customization of the kit. The one problem I have with the kit is the organization. All of the supplies are essentially in one large pocket. There isn't much internal organization so I had to sift through the pack to find what what I needed. While this kit is okay I highly recommend one with more organization such as the AMK Day Tripper Kit.
Date published: 2013-01-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Could use higher quality med supplies Bought this for a recent high adventure trip with Boy Scouts. Could use better organization. I found myself searching through the whole thing to find a simple band aid. Also, the moleskin included in this kit is of the poorest quality I've ever seen. Completely useless in real life situations. I had to supplement the kit quite a bit with my own purchased materials. The package itself is nice though - definitely keeps things dry.
Date published: 2014-07-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great for the basics I've had this kit for years and just add/replace things as necessary. I go backpacking, hiking, fishing etc. and take this when I go. It has about everything you need for basic injuries and has rom to add things to the pouch.
Date published: 2012-06-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Has Been the Perfect Lightweight Kit I've had this kit for about 3-years now. It has proven itself to be the perfect kit for my needs. Aside from being ultralight and waterproof it has just about everything you'll need on the trails. The only thing it really didn't have, that I wanted was blister care, but there is plenty of room in the pouch to add other items.
Date published: 2010-09-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does the Job grabbed this to throw in for a trip out of state, and we were glad to have the benedryl and sting-ease. Package is nice and water tight and seems rugged enough to take somewhat of a beating in my carry on rucksack. There is just a little bit of spare space, I added a rescue breathing barrier and a pair of nitrile gloves.
Date published: 2013-03-01
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