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Help finding a pouch for a small FAK

Discussion in 'First Aid Station' started by madkins007, Jan 19, 2021.

  1. madkins007

    madkins007 Loaded Pockets

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    I feel in love with the contents and pouch of the Adventure Medical 0.5 kit. The pouch unzipped on three sides, making it really easy to find what I needed without dumping everything like a plastic bag or typical zipped pouch. It also stayed nice and flat, unlike a couple small roll-up kits.

    I liked that the labeling meant that I could tell someone to get my kit and it was easy to identify. I also liked that it had plenty of room for good tweezers, some repair/survival items and more.

    Alas, they discontinued it, and mine got stolen.

    So... Any thoughts on a similar cheap, red, flat pouch that opens wide, either empty or prepacked? Or have one to sell ior trade?
     
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    The HART Outdoor Day Hike First Aid Kit is small and opens on 3 sides. I’ve had one branded as REI for a few years (and have just replaced what used) and the pouch/bag is still in pretty good shape..
     
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  4. madkins007

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    Great ideas, but too large for my needs. The original kit was the size of a thickish wallet.

    Even the ton they use now won't work as well for me- rigid box does not allow you to stuff 'just one more thing' in it.