Helenbac Explorer

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While hiking, camping or for around the house; first aid and safety should always be in the fore front of all hiker's and explorer's minds. Today should be your day to purchase the new Explorer Kit to ensure comfort and safety while on your next exploration. Helenbac First Aid supplies has you covered with minor inconveniences around the house to pain staking moments deep in the wilderness. PRODUCT FEATURES: 11 oz. 8 x5 x2 Best choice for: Small groups, Short trips over 1 day, Treats nearly all types of injury, Space for added items ESSENTIAL TOOLS: 2 nitrile protective gloves, 1 EMT Shears, 1 splinter grabber, 2 safety pins, 1 irrigation syringe, 1 4x6 ziplock, 1 3x4 ziplock, 1 biohazard label, 1 owners guide, 1 First Aid & Extended Care Book, 1 Emergency Action Card BANDAGING: 10 3x3 sterile gauze pads, 2 2x3 non-adherent dressing, 1 3 conforming gauze, 5 1x3 adhesive strips, 1 knuckle bandage, 2 2x3 fabric oval, 1 1/2 tape, 5 butterfly bandage, 1 moleskin, 2 cotton tipped applicators, 1 pressure wrap, 1 5x9 trauma pad MEDICATIONS AND TOPICALS: 4 acetaminophen, 8 ibuprofen, 2 antihistamine, 3 sting relief pads, 3 antiseptic towelettes, 2 antibiotic ointment, 1 tincture of benzoin, 1 antimicrobial hand wipes

- Appalachian Outdoors

Be one with the wilderness, but if you are planning to stay out for more than a day, be sure to take the Explorer? with you. This remarkable touring kit treats nearly all types of injury, and the bag leaves a little extra space so you can pack your own personal products, keeping like supplies in one convenient location. Carey & Company has spent countless hours creating this kit, so you don?t have to guess. The Explorer? - You can?t afford to trek without it! 11 oz. 8? x 5 ?? x 2?

- Ramsey Outdoor

Helenbac Explorer

previously retailed for:
$34.95 - $34.99

The Helenbac Explorer is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 26, 2012 at Appalachian Outdoors.

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