St John Ambulance Fabric Plasters Reviews
Description:Brand: St John Ambulance / Type: 100 Assorted fabric plasters / Dosage Form: Plasters
Newest Review: ... all. Price: We as individuals don't have to pay for the Kit in St John Ambulance First Aid bags, so it's not the price that ... more
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Last Update 13.03.2014 17:28
Customer St John Ambulance Fabric Plasters Reviews (2)
by - written on 04/07/13 (Very useful, 40 readings)
I volunteer regularly with St John Ambulance, and am very well acquainted with all the kit we have in our bags. What's very telling about the effectiveness of these plasters is that the kit bags in pretty much every division I've been on duty with (about 5) have either very few of these plasters in, or none at all. Price: We as individuals don't have to pay for the Kit in St John Ambulance First Aid bags, so it's not the price that is putting the equipment officer off buying them! If you were to buy them from St John Supplies however, they aren't too expensive at £4.74 for a pack of 100, and they come in all kinds of useful sizes, and a few not so useful ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/12/11 (Very useful, 23 readings)
St John Ambulance Fabric Plasters I currently work in a number of care settings as a day job and have found the majority of these settings use St John Ambulance first aid supplies, in particular plasters. St John Ambulance fabric plasters come in a pack of 100, including various sizes and are priced at £4.94 from Amazon as buying them direct from St John Ambulance supplies works out more expensive as VAT is not included on the prices given. Therefore these plaster work out a fair bit more expensive than others on the market as supermarkets own are around the 80p mark for a box of 40. The sizes of the plasters include: * 20 x 2.2 ... Read the complete review
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