Amazon Clients Choose Surviveware Small First Aid Kit Over Others

Surviveware First Aid Kit is Customer’s Choice on Amazon

Woodbridge, United States - May 15, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Customers tend to partake in tedious research and browsing before making online purchases. Since the product will be purchased sight-unseen, shoppers want to do their due diligence by reading up on all aspects of the item, as well as reviews by other customers for firsthand outlook. Product reviews are crucial when it comes to the decision-making process of online shoppers.

When it comes to reviews, Surviveware's Small First Aid Kit is the highest rated by customers on Amazon. Users of the Surviveware First Aid Kit laud it for its functionality, durability, quality, as well as the thoughtful touches not apparent until use.

Surviveware's Compact First Aid Kit contains a wide array of provisions for treating lacerations, punctures, sprains, strains, gashes, and even insect bites. The kit includes 100 supplies stored inside resealable plastic bags that help protect the provisions from possible damage and contamination. The items are stored inside a 600D polyester bag. This fabric is durable and can withstand rugged wear and tear.

The inside of the kit is kept organized by pouches which systematically store the provisions in place. Surviveware incorporated labels on each compartment to aid in the quick identification and retrieval of supplies. The tags also assist in knowing the kit's full capacity, thereby helping kit owners know when their supplies need to be replenished.

In a review written by a new Surviveware customer, he shared why he decided to purchase a first aid kit from the company, "All the good stuff I read in other reviews is true. Everything is individually labeled and stored. Everything that needs to be dry is in bags to be kept dry. The owner of the company even emailed me after the purchase with a first aid booklet on how to use everything and with suggested additions (like aspirin or Advil or Benadryl) that aren't included for obvious reasons. The pack itself is really well made and has multiple attachment/hanging options--both of which were unexpected at this price point. This is NOT a cheapo kit from China with a logo slapped on it. A lot of thought clearly went into this kit.

I bought this to replace the old first aid kit I keep in the car and to throw in the backpack on day hikes with the kids or mountain biking and for those applications both the contents of the kit and its size are perfect. If I were going on extended camping trips or multi-day hikes out in remote areas, I'd likely opt for a more extensive medical kit but for a basic, really well laid out first aid kit I can't see how you'd beat this one."

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Contact Info:
Name: Amanda Condry
Organization: Surviveware
Phone: 703-910-5188
Website: https://surviveware.com

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