Boots Travel First Aid Kit Reviews
Product Type: Boots in Health Therapies / Treatments
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Customer Boots Travel First Aid Kit Reviews (5)
by - written on 03/08/11 (Very useful, 174 readings)
When we went on our boating holiday, we decided to take a small first aid kit with us, and I bought this one pretty much at random from Boots. The kit comes in a green bag, which is about a hand-span (6"x 6") in size, square, and labelled with the legend 'Boots Travel First Aid Kit' and the traditional cross. The bag is padded, with sturdy tight-woven material that repels liquid, so the contents stay reasonably dry and secure, unless it's tested too hard. The zipper would probably let water in. In normal circumstances, kept in a rucksack or pocket of a tent, it would be fine. Immersed in water, not so much. While we were on holiday, it lived on a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/07/11, updated on 19/07/11 (Very useful, 40 readings)
At home I have a fairly complete medicine cupboard. It's up out of the way even though we don't have kids, and it's stocked with most of the usual stuff you'd expect - plasters, micropore tape, antiseptic cream, sterile dressings, crepe bandages, a sling and even a neck brace from when I used to suffer badly with neck and shoulder problems. I've also got quite a lot of medications in there as hubby and I both suffer health issues. Anyway, in our car, in the glove box we keep a baby kit. It's always been in a simple tupperware tub and is really just a few basics - a sealed tube of sterile water, a couple of sterile dressings, couple of plasters, mini ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/11/10, updated on 05/11/10 (Very useful, 53 readings)
Having three children a first aid kit is essential. I'm pretty organised when it comes to my main first aid kit in the bathroom but didn't realise I hadn't got any first aid items in my car until I needed them. After a very stressful day where my three year old cut her head and I had nothing apart from the clothes I was wearing to stem the flow of blood, I realised I needed a first aid kit I could pop in the glovebox and leave there. I chose this one from Boots simply because I had fallen out of love with my Advantage Card and wanted to use up all the points on it before binning it. It is a double-zipped canvas pouch which has clear plastic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/10/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
When I first got a car my Nan kept telling me to get a first aid kit for it, just in case I needed it. I was 17 at the time and thought I would never need anything like that. I always had a plaster kicking about the bottom of my bag and that was enough. But in the summer holidays I took my niece and nephew out a few times and I realised that a first aid kit would have been so useful, so while I was in Boots I noticed their Travel First Aid kit. It was £7.99 and I had some vouchers so I picked one up. The Travel First Aid kit is only a basic little kit but it does cover most small first aid needs. It comes in a dark green nylon bag which has a double zip. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/03/11 (Very useful, 81 readings)
As I am a nurse, I am particularly aware of the importance of having some basic first aid equipment when traveling - and I have always put together my own first aid kits depending on the area of the world I am visiting and what type of trip I am going on. However, in July last year, my family and I took a sedate camping trip to Yosemite and, as such, didn't really think it was necessary to take much in the way of first aid - and so I left it to my partner to pick up a basic first aid kit. We therefore ended up with Boots Travel First Aid Kit which cost £7.00 from Boots on the High Street - and I was less than impressed with its contents. The First Aid kit ... Read the complete review
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