Lifeline Waterproof First Aid Kit

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The compact Lifeline Waterproof First Aid kit is at home in your kayak or your glovebox! Includes one sting relief pad, three antiseptic towelettes, two alcohol pads, sixteen adhesive bandages and one knuckle bandage. Also includes one knee/elbow bandage, two adhesive strips and one 2 x 2-inch sterile gauze pad. Carabiner included with waterproof carrying case.

- REI

Soggy bandages, saltwater-infested antiseptic towelettes, and gauze pads filled with seaweed aren't going to help much when you get a cut during your kayaking adventure. Lifeline's Waterproof First Aid Kit keeps the included bandages and pads dry. The carabiner on the Waterproof First Aid Kit secures this case to your deck lines or seat straps, while antiseptic towelettes, a sting-relief pad, gauze pad, and various bandages help you deal with minor cuts and insect stings. You can stash your small digital camera, cell phone, MP3 player, or iPod in this kit as well (check dimensions of kit).

- Backcountry.com

Lifeline Waterproof First Aid Kit

previously retailed for:
$5.95 - $7.95

The Lifeline Waterproof First Aid Kit is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 10, 2018 at SunnySports.

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