/ First Aid Kit - just the bag?

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peebles boy - on 05 May 2013
Hello folks,

My trusty first aid kit bag has died a death (the zip has fell apart) and I'm looking for a new First Aid Kit BAG. Anyone know where you can get an empty "something" similar to the life systems/karrimor FAK bags, i.e. without paying through the nose for all the bits inside it I don't need?

Cheers,
Gordon
ashley1_scott - on 05 May 2013
In reply to peebles boy:
Try one of these

http://www.firstaid.co.uk/Empty-Bags-CEBAGS/

http://www.firstaid4sport.co.uk/Empty-Bags-CFIRSTAID220/

http://www.sellesmedical.co.uk/store/category/22-Empty-Bags-Boxes-and-Cabinets

I have used all three of them at one point or another, but I get most of my stuff now from the top one.

martinph78 on 05 May 2013
vark - on 05 May 2013
In reply to peebles boy:
http://www.facewest.co.uk/Pod-First-Aid-Dry-Bag.html
I've got one of these. Seems pretty good and waterproof
Dan_S - on 05 May 2013
In reply to peebles boy:

I use one of these for my first aid kit, it's mostly waterproof, and takes everything I need with a bit of room to spare.

http://eu.thenorthface.com/tnf-eu-en/base-camp-travel-canister.html
roddyp on 05 May 2013
In reply to peebles boy:

I just use an aloksak bag for my first aid stuff. Light, waterproof, and you can mostly see what's inside it from the outside. Just replaced the last one which lasted about 4 years before the ziploc gave up the ghost.

http://www.loksak.com/products/aloksak
Likes to Fly - on 05 May 2013
Sonjita - on 05 May 2013
Neil Pratt - on 06 May 2013
In reply to vark:

Second the POD sac - keeps everything dry and clean. I have a couple of little zip top bags inside my 'group' kit to subdivide things and make it easy to find specific items without having to dig through the entire kit
ice.solo - on 06 May 2013
In reply to peebles boy:

not sure whats in your kit, but if you keep it rolled up in a 25L dry bag with a valve then it works as a splint as well (not to mention pillow, water carrier, flotation device etc as well).
peebles boy - on 06 May 2013
In reply to peebles boy:

Cheers folks, sure I can find something in amongst all that!!!
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climber david - on 06 May 2013
In reply to peebles boy:

I found some really good ones on amazon, depending on what size your looking for

http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=reliance+medical+...

I've used these ones and there are pretty good

David

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