Lifeline First Aid in a Bottle

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Lifeline First-Aid Kit in a Bottle is chock full of what you need for minor injuries at camp or on the trail. Contains a quick guide to first aid and CPR, scissors, tweezers, a triangular bandage, ten 3 x 0.75 in. bandages, 10 small bandages and 2 knuckle bandages. Includes 2 knee/elbow bandages, two 3 x 3 in. sterile gauze pads, two 2 x 2 in. sterile gauze pads, 0.5 in. adhesive tape, 6 antiseptic towelettes and 6 alcohol pads. Also contains 6 wash-up towelettes, 3 sting relief pads, 1 emergency whistle, 1 tissue pack and 1 reusable zipper-lock bag. Bottle is BPA free; stainless-steel lid screws on securely. Included accessory carabiner lets you clip the bottle to a pack strap.

- REI

Lifeline First Aid in a Bottle

previously retailed for:
$16.00

The Lifeline First Aid in a Bottle is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 17, 2010 at REI.

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