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    What's inside?

    • 1 x Carabiner Knife 
    • 1 x Flat Duct Tape 2" x 15 yards
    • 1 x Ferrocerium Firestarter striker and compass "cap"
    • 1 x Fatwood Firestarter Stick
    • 1 x Super Glue (1g) 
    • 1 x Emergency Blanket, 84" x 52"
    • 1 x Aluminum Emergency Whistle
    • 1 x Nail clipper with file
    • 2 x SPF30 Sunscreen packets
    • 3 x Castile Soap Towelettes, 5" x 7"
    • 4 x "Magic" Coin Towels 9” x 8”
    • 1 x Sewing Kit w/ safety pins
    • 2 x XeroBurn Burn Gel, 3.5g
    • 2 x Pair Nitrile Gloves, Powder-Free, Blue (L)
    • 1 x Bandage Shears, 5.5"
    • 1 x Waterproof Adhesive Tape 1" x 5yd
    • 1 x Tweezers, Stainless Steel, 3.5"
    • 3 x Acetaminophen packs, 2 x 500mg tablets per pack
    • 3 x Ibuprofen packs, 2 x 200mg tablets per pack
    • 2 x Diamode diarrhea relief, 1 x 2mg caplet per pack
    • 2 x Diotame stomach relief packs, 2 x 262mg tablets per pack
    • 2 x Diphen allergy relief, 1 x 25mg caplet per pack
    • 2 x Medi-Lyte electrolyte packs, 2 x tablets per pack
    • 4 x Fabric Bandages - 3/4" x 3"
    • 4 x Fabric Bandages - 1" x 3"
    • 4 x Plastic Bandages - 3/4" x 3"
    • 4 x Plastic Bandages - 1" x 3"
    • 2 x Knuckle Bandages - 1 1/2" x 3"
    • 1 x Combine Pad - Sterile, 5" x 9"
    • 1 x Stretch Gauze Roll, 2"
    • 2 x Gauze Pad – Sterile, 2" x 2"
    • 1 x Gauze Pad – Sterile, 4" x 4"
    • 2 x Non-Adherent Pads - Sterile, 3" x 4"
    • 4 x Butterfly closures, 3/8" x 1 13/16"
    • 1 x Moleskin w/11 pre-cut shapes
    • 4 x Triple Antibiotic Ointment, 0.9 g
    • 6 x BZK Antiseptic Towelette, 5" x 7"
    • 4 x Hand Sanitizer Wipes, 5" x 8"
    • 4 x Hydrocortisone Cream, 0.9g
    • 10 x Alcohol Prep Pads

    The Weekender is a water resistant IFAK style medic bag made of 1000D rated nylon. It stands 8.3 inches tall, 5.9 inches wide, and 4 inches deep. The front and back feature MOLLE (rows of straps for holding or attaching things) and has a full backing velcro quick release.

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 20 reviews
    Mary Smith
    Perfect for the car

    I always keep The Weekender in my car. Already used it a couple of times for minor incidents. Better safe than sorry!

    Michael Phillips
    Perfect for weekend trips

    The name says it all! Took it for a weekend camping trip, and it was a lifesaver!

    Madison Hill
    More instructional guides please

    The medicines and tools are fine, but they need more instructions, especially for the uncommon ones.

    Sophia Davis
    Saw on IG, wasn’t disappointed

    Bought this after seeing it on Instagram. It's very handy, and the medicines included were a nice touch.

    Isabella Ward
    Lightweight and comprehensive

    Didn't feel heavy in my pack, yet when I needed a bandage, it was right there. Good product.

    Outdoor First-Aid Kits for Every Adventurer

    Picture this: you're out in the wilderness, hiking through dense forests, conquering towering peaks, or kayaking down untamed rivers. The wind rustles the leaves, and the thought of Bigfoot hiding behind a tree crosses your mind - wait, did you hear that? Jokes aside, outdoor activities bring us closer to nature, but they also bring unpredictability. This is where the unsung hero of your adventure comes into play - the first-aid kit, the trusty sidekick that's always got your back, or more accurately, your bandages. Prepkits aims to deliver a selection of outdoor med-kits to suit any adventure outdoors.

    Why Prepkits First-Aid Kits are the Ultimate Outdoor Companion

    As adventurers, we understand the exhilaration of exploring the great outdoors and the feeling of wanderlust. Yet, every journey into the wild calls for prudence and preparedness. That's where Prepkits steps in, offering a range of first-aid kits that go beyond the ordinary. With a touch of wilderness wisdom, a dash of medical excellence, and a sprinkle of innovation, Prepkits stands as the guardian of your outdoor escapades. We've tried the rest, and we grew tired of flimsy, low quality supplies that flat out didn't work when we needed them to. So guess what, we decided to make our own! Prepkits is here to help out fellow explorers, wherever they choose to explore next.

    The Prepkits Difference

    It's not just about having a first-aid kit; it's about having the right one. Prepkits understands that the wilderness demands more than mediocrity. Our first-aid kits are meticulously curated, with a range of medical tools, bandages, and medications designed to address the unique challenges of outdoor exploration. When you choose Prepkits, you're choosing a superior solution that ensures you're well-equipped for every twist and turn nature throws your way.

    What are the Top 10 Items in a First-Aid Kit?

    In the realm of outdoor exploration, a well-equipped first-aid kit is your beacon of safety. These are the top 10 items every adventurer should have at their fingertips:

    • Nitrile Gloves: Your trusty armor against small mishaps in the great outdoors.
    • Bandage Shears: The adventure-ready tool that cuts through uncertainties.
    • Waterproof Adhesive Tape: A steadfast companion that binds wounds like a protective embrace.
    • SPF30 Sunscreen Packets: Shielding your skin from the sun's fiery gaze like a trusty knight's armor.
    • Tweezers: Your wilderness partner for delicately extracting splinters and taming those unexpected prickles.
    • Castile Soap Towelettes: Nature-friendly wipes that cleanse and soothe like a babbling brook.
    • "Magic" Coin Towels: Unfurling into a refreshingly damp cloth when adventure works up a sweat.
    • Sewing Kit with Safety Pins: The repair shop for torn gear and wardrobe mishaps in the wild.
    • Fabric and Plastic Bandages: Your trailside allies, available in various sizes for wounds both big and small.
    • Stretch Gauze Roll: The versatile wrap that secures and supports, transforming into your very own superhero cape.

    What's the Best First-Aid Kit You Can Buy?

    The quest for the ultimate first-aid kit can be as daunting as searching for Bigfoot himself. Prepkits, the trailblazers of outdoor survival gear, have crafted a masterpiece that makes Bigfoot tremble with envy. With high-quality components, a dash of medicine, and extra doses of wilderness wisdom, the Prepkits first-aid kit is your golden ticket to outdoor adventures. We have purchased and tested countless traditional kits and many 'outdoor' rated ones as well, and set out to create an entirely new kind of med-kit that's better than the rest, because safety is important to us.

    What Does a Standard First Aid-Kit Include?

    A standard first-aid kit usually has run of the mill quality bandages of different sizes and maybe some ointment and antiseptic. But let's face it, your average first-aid kit is about as exciting as spotting a squirrel. They're made of plastic, are bulky, don't usually come with medicine, and are not made with the outdoors in mind. Enter the Prepkits difference: every kit is filled to the brim with carefully curated items that are tailored for the outdoorsy soul.

    What Should an Outdoor First-Aid Kit Contain?

    Think of your outdoor first-aid kit as a magic box that grants wishes for a safe adventure. Besides the basics, it should include:

    • Outdoor-Specific Bandages: For those blisters that pop up like surprise guests at a party.
    • Burn Gel: When your campfire marshmallow roasting gets a little too enthusiastic.
    • Insect Repellent: Keeping the bugs at bay, so you can channel your inner Bear Grylls without the itchy aftermath.
    • Lip Balm with Sunscreen: Because chapped lips and sunburns are not the souvenirs you're after.

    What Should Be in a Hiking Emergency Kit?

    Hiking is like exploring Bigfoot's territory - you're venturing into the unknown, hoping to stumble upon something extraordinary. Your hiking emergency kit should include:

    • Navigation Tools: Because getting lost is only charming in fairy tales.
    • Emergency Shelter: Keeping you snug as a bug if you're caught out past sunset.
    • High-Energy Snacks: For when your stomach roars louder than a Sasquatch sighting.
    • Multi-Tool: The Swiss Army knife of the wilderness, ready to tackle any challenge.

    What's in a First-Aid Kit for Camping?

    Camping under the stars is like attending a wilderness gala. Your camping first-aid kit should feature:

    • Moleskin: Battling blisters like a seasoned adventurer.
    • Hydration Tablets: Because even Bigfoot needs a sip of water after a spirited dance-off.
    • Emergency Fire Starter: Igniting campfire stories and keeping you warm.
    • Personal Medications: Ensuring you stay healthy, even if your dance moves suggest otherwise.

    What's the Difference Between a Med-Pack and a First-Aid Kit?

    A med-pack is like the sophisticated cousin of a first-aid kit. While a first-aid kit covers the basics, a med-pack delves into the realm of more advanced medical care. Picture this: your standard first-aid kit is like a rom-com, while a med-pack is a gripping thriller that's got twists even Bigfoot wouldn't see coming. However, it is common to use "first-aid kit" as a catch all in modern language. Prepkits are one step even above med kits because we also include outdoor survival items tailored to those who love hiking, camping, backpacking, and more.

    What is in a Standard Military First-Aid Kit?

    Military first-aid kits are like the action heroes of the medical world. They're equipped to handle life's rough and tough moments. Typical components include:

    • Hemostatic Agents: To stop bleeding like a true warrior.
    • Israeli Bandage: Wrapping wounds like a pro and probably making Bigfoot jealous of your skills.
    • Chest Seals: For those times when Bigfoot's howl takes your breath away a bit too much.

    What Should Be in a Military IFAK?

    An Individual First-Aid Kit (IFAK) is a survival sidekick for those brave souls who embrace the wild like they're shaking hands with Bigfoot. It usually includes:

    • Tourniquet: For the fiercest battles against bleeding.
    • Pressure Dressing: Because even in a duel with Bigfoot, you've got style.
    • Nasopharyngeal Airway: Ensuring you breathe easy, even if you're running from Bigfoot's fan club.

    What is an IFAK?

    An IFAK is like a first-aid kit on steroids. It stands for Individual First-Aid Kit, and it's a compact yet powerful arsenal of medical tools. Those in the military refer to their medical kit, or first-aid kit, as an IFAK. You can think of an IFAK has a military first-aid kit so those will typically cater more towards severe trauma applications that you might encounter in a warzone.

    So there you have it, fellow adventurers and aspiring Bigfoot hunters! Remember, the great outdoors is your canvas, and the first-aid kit is your artistic tool. With Prepkits' innovative creations, you'll be well-equipped to conquer the wild, face Bigfoot (or maybe just some squirrels), and come back with stories that'll make your friends wonder if you've been sipping from a magic survival potion. As you venture forth, keep in mind that safety doesn't take a vacation, even if you're on a quest for Bigfoot. So pack your sense of adventure, a sprinkle of caution, and your Prepkits first-aid kit - because when it comes to nature's mysteries, you'll be ready for anything!

    First-Aid Kit Safety: The Lifesaving Importance of Preparedness

    The importance of first-aid cannot be overstated. In moments of emergency, having access to a well-stocked and maintained first-aid kit can mean the difference between minor injuries and potentially life-threatening situations. However, the value of a first-aid kit isn't merely in its possession, but in its proper use and maintenance.

    The Importance of First-Aid Preparedness

    According to the World Health Organization (WHO), "providing immediate and effective first aid to injured persons can save lives and reduce the likelihood of permanent injury." [source]. Accidents can occur at any time, whether at home, on the road, or in the workplace. And when they do, quick and appropriate first aid action can drastically impact the outcome. A study by the American Heart Association found that immediate CPR after sudden cardiac arrest can double or triple the chances of survival. [source]. Having a first-aid kit equipped with the necessary tools and knowing how to use them properly can provide life-saving interventions during critical moments.

    What Constitutes a Proper First-Aid Kit?

    While there's no one-size-fits-all answer, the American Red Cross recommends certain essentials:
    • Adhesive bandages (various sizes)
    • Adhesive cloth tape
    • Antiseptic wipes
    • Antibiotic ointment packets
    • Aspirin
    • Emergency blanket
    • Breathing barrier (with one-way valve)
    • Instant cold pack
    • Non-latex gloves
    • Hydrocortisone ointment packets
    • Scissors
    • Roller bandage
    • Tweezers
    • First-aid manual
    These are just the basics. Depending on specific needs, like travel or special medical requirements, more items may be necessary. [source]

    Maintenance and Regular Checks

    Owning a first-aid kit isn't enough. Like any other tool, it needs regular checks and maintenance. This ensures that the kit remains effective when it's most needed. According to the National Safety Council, an astonishing 39% of homes did not have first-aid kits, and of the homes that did, 4 out of 5 had kits that were incomplete. [source] Some safety guidelines to consider:

    • Check expiration dates: Over-the-counter medications and certain products within the kit, like antiseptic wipes, have expiration dates. Using expired items can reduce their effectiveness or, worse, be harmful.
    • Replenish used or old supplies: After each use, make sure to restock any items that were used. This ensures the kit remains complete and ready for any situation.
    • Stay informed: First-aid recommendations can change over time based on new research and findings. Periodically checking updated guidelines can help ensure your kit remains up-to-date.

    Education: The Companion to First-Aid Kits

    While a first-aid kit is an essential tool, it's only as effective as the person using it. Understanding how to properly administer first aid can amplify the benefits of having a kit. It's been shown that injuries at workplaces with formalized first-aid training are less severe than at workplaces without such training. [source] The American Red Cross and other organizations provide training courses in first aid and CPR. Such courses can empower individuals to act swiftly and confidently during emergencies.


    First-aid kits are a fundamental component of safety, both at home and in the workplace. They're tools that, combined with the right knowledge, can make a significant difference in health outcomes during emergencies. As with any other critical tool, its value is derived not only from its presence but from its proper maintenance and use. By ensuring that first-aid kits are well-stocked, regularly checked, and accompanied by the appropriate training, individuals can significantly increase their preparedness for unforeseen emergencies.