Thursday, September 8, 2016

JClaw Tek Zombie First Aid Kit


We all know that zombies are coming everywhere you go I see a sign that says zombies can’t swim so you need this boat or if you are a fan of the television show The Walking Dead you know all about zombies. JClawTek has a great survival kit for you; it is a Zombie First Aid Kit so you can everything you need if you are being attacked by zombies. In this kit you have the following items stainless steel shares, stainless steel tweezers, Mylar emergency blanket, triangular bandage, two pairs of protective gloves, role of medical tape, PBT conforming bandage, 10 large adhesive bandages, five small adhesive bandages, five butterfly wound closure bandages, large adhesive wound dressing, knuckle bandage, fingertip bandage, four large gauze pads, four medium gauze pads, five antiseptic towelettes, five alcohol towelettes, five small bags of medicine and three safety pins. You also have a card to fill out in case of a  medical emergency contact. The kit itself is made of 600 Demler nylon that comes in the color gray camouflage that is also water repellent,Mil-Spec, and MOLLE ready. According to the CDC’s own website, “if you’re prepared to those zombie apocalypses, you’re prepared for anything”

My Opinion: I really like the size of this first-aid kit and inside all the bold writing so I can find what I’m looking for quickly and easily it is small enough to fit in a backpack, suitcase, purse or any travel gear. It is TSA compliant so you can take it to the airport. It is also at a great price so if you buy the first-aid kit you can also buy other products to put in there from JClawTek and be ready for any survival situation.


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