Good first aid kit for travel use,
This review is from: Ring RCT5 Compact First Aid Kit (Automotive)
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A first aid is something I admit I didn't have. Of course I always have some plasters and savlon in the drawer, but not a first aid kit. And for £13 it's worth having in case of an emergency. You could put one together yourself but once you've bought what's included in this kit plus some sort of case to keep it in you've probably already spent £13 if not more. In a compact soft/hard little zip around box you get a lot for your money here. It's all neatly fitted inside the box which has mesh pockets. You can see exactly what's included on the amazon listing, but from what I can see in the kit it's all decent quality including the scissors which are fit for purpose. This can easily fit in a bag if you are traveling, a rucksack or suitcase, or put in the boot of your car. The fact the kit includes emergency foil blankets to keep warm perhaps indicates that this is a first aid kit best suited for the car or travel. There are probably larger kits available for the home but this is decent and portable for travel.