Get free shipping to New Hampshire when you spend $300 or more!
When you’re caught in a crunch, a first aid kit can make a world of difference. That’s why all outdoor enthusiasts, from experienced survivalists to avid hunters and campers, trust Echo-Sigma’s tactical survival equipment to help them make the most of an adventure while getting home safe and sound. For long drives through remote areas, a first aid kit is an essential piece of gear. Given the time it can take first-responders to arrive at the scene, having the proper equipment on hand is critical. Whether addressing minor scrapes or more severe injuries, a survival first aid kit is a must-have for any journey.
Emergency first aid kits provide you with the necessary equipment and supplies to respond to a variety of accidents and emergencies. With a kit, a cell phone is no longer your only lifeline, and you can take matters into your own hands. Depending on your specific needs, you can add additional first aid supplies to create your ultimate first aid kit. With our satisfaction guarantee policy, we ensure that you’ll get a kit to make you happy.
When considering a survival first aid kit, we recommend thinking about how many people it needs to serve and in which scenarios you’ll depend on it.
Please seek training to ensure you are well-prepared for use of this equipment. If you have questions or want to know which kit is best for you, reach out to us. One of our emergency preparedness experts will help you find the gear that best matches your particular use case.
You never know what mother nature will throw your way. Being prepared with a survival first aid kit from Echo-Sigma gives you peace of mind before you embark on a journey. Before planning your next adventure, make sure you have an emergency first aid kit.
Considering you may be stranded without electricity, pack a flashlight, local map, and compass. It’s a good idea to pack some chargers. A whistle will help alert potential rescuers to your presence, and a battery-powered radio will bring you breaking news. And of course, include first aid supplies.
The three P’s of first aid are to preserve life, prevent deterioration, and promote recovery. As such, include gloves, a tourniquet, gauze, bandages, medical tape, and a sam splint. Don’t forget antiseptics, antibiotic ointment, and hand sanitizer.
Knowing that you may be trekking on foot, pick a survival first aid kit bag that is light enough to carry. Most packed bags are between 10 and 40 pounds. Making sure your bag is waterproof and has easily organized compartments is essential for keeping your equipment intact and easy to grab.