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Lifeline 53 Piece First Aid Kit (Red) Reviews

Lifeline 53 Piece First Aid Kit (Red)

Lifeline 53 Piece First Aid Kit (Red)

  • New hard shell design
  • 53 piece first aid kit
  • Suited for car, home or outdoors
  • Clear pockets for ease of identifying
  • Carabineer to clip on belt or backpack

53 PIECE FIRST AID KIT INCLUDES: First aid instructions, scissors, tweezers, 2 vinyl gloves (1 pair), 3 sting relief pads,6 antiseptic towelettes,10 alcohol prep pads,10 3/8″ x 1 1/2″ bandages10 standard adhesive bandages, 1 knuckle bandage, 1 knee/elbow bandage, 2 3″ x 3″ sterile gauze pads, 2 2″ x 2″ sterile gauze pads, 1 adhesive tape, 1 carabineer, 1 sturdy hard shell carry case 6.2 x 5.5 x 1.5 inches in size. weighs 0.50 Trim line design. Durable hard shell design. 53 pieces. Clear pocket design. Carabineer attached for clipping onto items. Smart usable contents for minor cuts and scrapes. Ideal use for home, travel, outdoor and sports. Lifeline strives to offer to the market unique functional items such as our new hard shell design

List Price: $ 77.94

Price: $ 14.02

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13 Comments/Reviews

  • S. Blais says:
    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Very Unsatisfied, March 15, 2010
    By 
    S. Blais
    (REAL NAME)
      

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Lifeline 53 Piece First Aid Kit (Red) (Sports)

    This product has been advertised as worth $109, when it is only worth $19.-. I spoke with a customer service representitive about my concern for the false advertising, his reply, “Well, you’re still getting it for $15.” This is a cheap first aid kit, not even worth $15.

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  • Desmo says:
    12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Somewhat limited and misrepresented description (before), August 26, 2009
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    Desmo (CT) –

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Lifeline 53 Piece First Aid Kit (Red) (Sports)

    Amazon mislead everyone in description and had noted this as a package of ~10 units. They mailed only 1. I complained and they sent a replacement of 1 only. Later the admitted their mistake (typo?) and then they changed the description page and all the other feedback was taken down. Bad Amazon for misleading and removing negative feedback.
    The pack itself is ok but I rather have something more.

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  • Mikayla McAdoo says:

    The grooved piece that sticks out of the back of my tv broke off. It is the piece that the cable screws on to…What is this piece called? Can this be repaired?

  • Sulu says:

    I have a shubunkin of 3 years old, the fish has been in the same tank (Biorb) and has regular water changes. The fish is the only one in the tank.

    Recently the fish has developed a spot or bump on the side. I have used a Biorb first aid kit and added other generic treatments. However the bump has not receded. The fish does not seem to be affected in mannerisms and we have cut down his flake food trying to encourage eating the plants and cucumber pieces – which the fish seems to enjoy!

    Has anyone advice on the course of treatment?
    The bump is now releasing some white hard paste…not the best description. Its located on the side of his body around the middle. It almost looks like you could squeeze it!…

  • Michelle Gentry Watt says:

    1-You’re in the middle of the ocean without food and water and you’re on a boat without an engine and paddles…..

    2-You’re a 7 year old and you’re shopping with your parents.You get lost…

    3-You’re in a plane going to a country in South East Asia.Your plane crashes but miracoulously you manage to survive without any wounds.The problem is your on an island without your cellphone,food and water.All you have is a bag with a first aid kit,a piece of cloth and a mirror.

    4-You’re 12 years old.Your mother always tells you to do things.While you’re doing one of your tasks,she gives you more tasks to do.

    5-Your friend is saying bad things about your other friend.
    6-Suppose you asked this question…where will you categorize it?

  • Larissa shawartz says:

    yesterday, i dropped a glass bottle on my foot and then sliced my thumb open while picking up the pieces of glass ): but it meant I got sympathy from my date (:

  • ValeRiia Balderas says:

    This is what I currently have in our chuck box:
    paper towels
    TP
    citronella candles
    LED lantern
    flashlights
    book of matches
    newspaper for fires
    cooking utensils- spatula, knife, tongs, spoon, fork
    silverware
    cups
    sun block
    200 piece first aid kit
    bowls
    plates
    straws
    aluminum foil
    ziplock bags
    trash bags
    napkins
    baby wipes
    clorox wipes
    card games
    cooking seasonings
    bread toaster- the one you put over the flames, not an actual toaster!
    cooking spray
    scissors
    corn stabbers
    can opener
    bottle opener
    dish sponge
    dish soap

    We have a 5 gallon water jug, it just doesn’t fit into the chuck box. Are there any items that I am missing? Any suggestions to what else to add??
    Please & Thanks!!
    My cooking utensils are definitely metal, we went camping last year and I melted a spatula so I have already learned THAT lesson!

    The sterno fuel is a fantastic idea! I will definitely add one of those to the box!
    Thanks for the answers guys!!

    I also have a frying pan! Can’t believe I forgot that!

    You have to understand that I am female and do need things to clean up with (baby wipes, clorox wipes, ect..). I have all of this stuff in a 25 gallon heavy duty Rubbermaid tub, and since I can lift it, it isn’t too heavy.

  • Ahmid Hafley says:

    im fourteen, just started writing this someday.
    i believe in constructive criticism.

    This morning I woke up dead in a dumpster. For all of you out there complaining about waking up at5am ill let you know now, there’s nothing worse than waking up dead. I can see my mangled body laying haphazardly over some garbage bags and other unwanted goods from where I’m sitting. Or floating. I’m still not really sure how this whole “watch your own dead body” thing works. My leg is laying in something awfully gross and as many times as I tell myself to move my leg, it just lays there lifeless.
    What did I really expect?
    There’s a man. Walking toward the pile of garbage I’m on. He’s carrying a light brown plastic bag tied neatly at the top. I have this bubble of hope that he might just find me but he doesn’t. he barely rounds the corner and shoots the trash bag into the nearest dumpster. It lands with a clink of aluminum cans. He turns swiftly and, avoiding a puddle, heads back to his world.
    Two hours, thirteen ideas to get my life back and one stray dog later I hear a rustling on the other side of the dumpster. At first I’m startled then I realize that there’s really nothing bad that can happen to me now.
    A man who looks like he hasn’t shaved in fifteen years sits up and stretches. He’s wearing a red and black plaid flannel shirt that lifts up just enough for me to see an inch of his back when he stretches.
    He doesn’t notice me right away; he’s busy mumbling about being hungry.
    He finally looks over at the dumpster and sees me. He looks shocked, but pleased, as if he thinks he’s met someone to have a conversation with.
    After studying me for a few minutes he figures things out. he knows that I’m dead. He covers the look of shock playing on his gaping mouth with a dirt-covered hand.
    He kissed each of his fingertips then uses them to shut my wide eyes.

    My heart tightened with excitement and sickness as the plane wheels danced with the ground before launching me off into the sky.
    It was a warm may day when Bobby asked me if I wanted to go up in his dads plane with him. At the time I was more than willing to do anything that concerned Billy Reynolds, now that I look back at it, my mom was right.
    For the longest time my mom was my best friend. She was the one I always spent time with. I didn’t even call her mom. She was just Jen to me. Ever since I started hanging around with Billy and his friends she’s been overprotective as ever.
    When I told her I wanted to go up in that plane with Billy she said it was a horrible idea.
    She was right.
    But instead of listening I went up with him anyways.

    I can play the day back a million times but I still can’t honestly figure out how it ended up like this.
    When we arrived at their flight club it was bright out and everything looked green and alive. He showed me his dad’s plane.
    It really was beautiful.
    The sun glinted off the bright red wings as we taxied it into position.
    I trusted Billy to fly the plane, and he did a great job, really. He didn’t get distracted once and knew what all the gears and words meant.

    Everything started going south about twenty minutes off the ground.
    I was stretched out on the white leather sofa, sprite in hand when I started feeling sick. I thought it might just be the air pressure or something so I went to the small first aid kit and got two Advil’s.
    I laid back down and shut my eyes trying to make the headache go away. It only got worse. I managed to stumble to the cockpit to tell Billy.
    “Hey Billy, I’m not doing so well”
    “What do you mean?”
    “My head feels like it’s going to explode. I tried taking some Advil a while back but it didn’t help”
    He told me to go back to the sofa and shut my eyes.
    He said it happened to everyone.
    That’s the last thing I remember.

    We were planning on going to Mexico.
    Just mom and me, for her fortieth birthday.
    We talked about how tan we were going to get.
    She told me we would stay somewhere with a blue pool.
    I hope she still goes.

    I’m shaken back awake when I hear a low moan. Before I have time to think about what it could be a cat jumps delicately onto the edge of the dumpster, looking in for something to eat.
    It steps lightly onto my arm but I can’t feel it. I wonder if the cat even notices me.
    How long am I going to lay here?

    I wake up.
    Or come back to realization.
    Or whatever it is I do when I become conscious again, to find my body mostly covered in garbage. How do you miss a dead body lying in your dumpster?
    I can imagine mom right now. Sitting on our couch freaking out. She should be. Its getting dark again, and I’m still laying here.

    Next thing I know I’m there, I’m my living room looking at my mom. She’s panicking just the way I thought she would be. There’s a man in a strict looking suit sitting across from her. He’s talking to her, reassuring her that I’ll be okay.
    I want to yell.
    I want to yell at mom for letting me go.
    I want to yell at that man for telli

  • DovahBonkers says:

    According to The Canada-Israel Committee did a fascinating analysis of the humanitarian aid to delivered to Gaza – and what it means in real terms for Gazans. Here’s what the CIC concluded:

    Over one million tons of humanitarian supplies were delivered by Israel to the people of Gaza in the past 18 months – that’s equal to nearly one ton of aid for every man, woman and child in Gaza.
    In the first quarter of 2010 alone (January-March), Israel delivered 94,500 tons of supplies to Gaza. It’s very easy to miss what that actually means for the people of Gaza. The breakdown includes:

    * 40,000 tons of wheat – which is equal to 53 million loaves of bread;
    * 2,760 tons of rice – which equals 69 million servings;
    * 1,987 tons of clothes and footwear – the equivalent weight of 3.6 million pairs of jeans; and
    * 553 tons of milk powder and baby food – equivalent to over 3.1 million days of formula for an average six-month-old baby.

    This reflects a long-term effort on the part of Israel to deliver a massive and comprehensive supply of aid to Gaza’s civilians

    * During the Muslim holy days of Ramadan and Eid al-Adha, Israel shipped some 11,000 head of cattle into Gaza – enough to provide 8.8 million meals of beef;
    * More than 3,000 tons of hypochlorite were delivered by Israel to Gaza for water purification purposes – that’s 60 billion gallons of purified water; and
    * Israel brought some 4,883 tons of medical equipment and medicine into Gaza – a weight equivalent to over 360,000 260-piece mobile trauma first aid kits.

    You can read more about this in the link below.

    http://www.mfa.gov.il/MFA/About+the+Ministry/Behind+the+Headlines/Israeli_humanitarian_lifeline_Gaza_25-May-2010.htm

    Here are my questions:
    1. Is this a total fabrication?

    2. If it is not a fabrication, why is the international press not acknowledging it?

    3. Would it be in the interest of the Arab media, such as Al-Jazeerah, media in Muslim countries, and the anti-zionist leftist world press not to acknowledge it? Or do media sources such as this have a stellar track record in fair and honest reporting?

    4. If there is Aid does this fly in the face of the charges of some people in this section, and the governments of countries like Turkey, that Israel is engaged in active genocide against the Palestinian people , and the people of Gaza?

    5, Would it be fair to cut off all Aid to Gaza unless the government of Hamas agrees to release Gilad Shalit who was kidnapped in Israel proper four years ago?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gilad_Shalit
    It is difficult to find independent verification of the aid. However, I do think it is out there or can be had. The international press, in my opinion, is more interested in promoting a very negative perception of Israel. It wold be wise for Israel to verify this aid, and then as it has been mentioned call an inquiry into why the international media is so biased against it.

  • Brennan Boykin says:

    According to The Canada-Israel Committee did a fascinating analysis of the humanitarian aid to delivered to Gaza – and what it means in real terms for Gazans. Here’s what the CIC concluded:

    Over one million tons of humanitarian supplies were delivered by Israel to the people of Gaza in the past 18 months – that’s equal to nearly one ton of aid for every man, woman and child in Gaza.
    In the first quarter of 2010 alone (January-March), Israel delivered 94,500 tons of supplies to Gaza. It’s very easy to miss what that actually means for the people of Gaza. The breakdown includes:

    * 40,000 tons of wheat – which is equal to 53 million loaves of bread;
    * 2,760 tons of rice – which equals 69 million servings;
    * 1,987 tons of clothes and footwear – the equivalent weight of 3.6 million pairs of jeans; and
    * 553 tons of milk powder and baby food – equivalent to over 3.1 million days of formula for an average six-month-old baby.

    This reflects a long-term effort on the part of Israel to deliver a massive and comprehensive supply of aid to Gaza’s civilians

    * During the Muslim holy days of Ramadan and Eid al-Adha, Israel shipped some 11,000 head of cattle into Gaza – enough to provide 8.8 million meals of beef;
    * More than 3,000 tons of hypochlorite were delivered by Israel to Gaza for water purification purposes – that’s 60 billion gallons of purified water; and
    * Israel brought some 4,883 tons of medical equipment and medicine into Gaza – a weight equivalent to over 360,000 260-piece mobile trauma first aid kits.

    You can read more about this in the link below.

    http://www.mfa.gov.il/MFA/About+the+Ministry/Behind+the+Headlines/Israeli_humanitarian_lifeline_Gaza_25-May-2010.htm

    Here are my questions:
    1. Is this a total fabrication?

    2. If it is not a fabrication, why is the international press not acknowledging it?

    3. Would it be in the interest of the Arab media, such as Al-Jazeerah, media in Muslim countries, and the anti-zionist leftist world press not to acknowledge it? Or do media sources such as this have a stellar track record in fair and honest reporting?

    4. If there is Aid does this fly in the face of the charges of some people in this section, and the governments of countries like Turkey, that Israel is engaged in active genocide against the Palestinian people , and the people of Gaza?

    5, Would it be fair to cut off all Aid to Gaza unless the government of Hamas agrees to release Gilad Shalit who was kidnapped in Israel proper four years ago?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gilad_Shalit
    It is difficult to find independent verification of the aid. However, I do think it is out there or can be had. The international press, in my opinion, is more interested in promoting a very negative perception of Israel. It wold be wise for Israel to verify this aid, and then as it has been mentioned call an inquiry into why the international media is so biased against it.

  • Susie Carmichael says:

    According to The Canada-Israel Committee did a fascinating analysis of the humanitarian aid to delivered to Gaza – and what it means in real terms for Gazans. Here’s what the CIC concluded:

    Over one million tons of humanitarian supplies were delivered by Israel to the people of Gaza in the past 18 months – that’s equal to nearly one ton of aid for every man, woman and child in Gaza.
    In the first quarter of 2010 alone (January-March), Israel delivered 94,500 tons of supplies to Gaza. It’s very easy to miss what that actually means for the people of Gaza. The breakdown includes:

    * 40,000 tons of wheat – which is equal to 53 million loaves of bread;
    * 2,760 tons of rice – which equals 69 million servings;
    * 1,987 tons of clothes and footwear – the equivalent weight of 3.6 million pairs of jeans; and
    * 553 tons of milk powder and baby food – equivalent to over 3.1 million days of formula for an average six-month-old baby.

    This reflects a long-term effort on the part of Israel to deliver a massive and comprehensive supply of aid to Gaza’s civilians

    * During the Muslim holy days of Ramadan and Eid al-Adha, Israel shipped some 11,000 head of cattle into Gaza – enough to provide 8.8 million meals of beef;
    * More than 3,000 tons of hypochlorite were delivered by Israel to Gaza for water purification purposes – that’s 60 billion gallons of purified water; and
    * Israel brought some 4,883 tons of medical equipment and medicine into Gaza – a weight equivalent to over 360,000 260-piece mobile trauma first aid kits.

    You can read more about this in the link below.

    http://www.mfa.gov.il/MFA/About+the+Ministry/Behind+the+Headlines/Israeli_humanitarian_lifeline_Gaza_25-May-2010.htm

    Here are my questions:
    1. Is this a total fabrication?

    2. If it is not a fabrication, why is the international press not acknowledging it?

    3. Would it be in the interest of the Arab media, such as Al-Jazeerah, media in Muslim countries, and the anti-zionist leftist world press not to acknowledge it? Or do media sources such as this have a stellar track record in fair and honest reporting?

    4. If there is Aid does this fly in the face of the charges of some people in this section, and the governments of countries like Turkey, that Israel is engaged in active genocide against the Palestinian people , and the people of Gaza?

    5, Would it be fair to cut off all Aid to Gaza unless the government of Hamas agrees to release Gilad Shalit who was kidnapped in Israel proper four years ago?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gilad_Shalit
    It is difficult to find independent verification of the aid. However, I do think it is out there or can be had. The international press, in my opinion, is more interested in promoting a very negative perception of Israel. It wold be wise for Israel to verify this aid, and then as it has been mentioned call an inquiry into why the international media is so biased against it.

  • Tazzmanian Devil says:

    As a security officer I have noticed my fellow employees wearing shirt and tie etc, and they carry a leather torch and radio holder on their belt complete with those items.

    Will I get in trouble if I purchase one of those nylon security belts the police wear (minus the handcuffs), which comprises of around 6 or 7 different pockets for radio, first aid kit, torch and any other bits and pieces.

    I just wondered thats all

  • Mike Soto says:

    do you keep a first aid kit or even a life alert button around for when you get hurt or sever a few fingers?

    I have to put together a big wooden bunk bed all by my lonesome, this is so not gonna turn out well for the bed or for me

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