Elite First Aid, Inc. Tactical Trauma Kit #1
Elite First Aid, Inc. Tactical Trauma Kit #1
Elite First Aid, Inc. Tactical Trauma Kit #1
Elite First Aid, Inc. Tactical Trauma Kit #1
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Elite First Aid, Inc. Tactical Trauma Kit #1

SKU #: EFA-FA142
MSRP: $49.75
$24.99
Description


The Tactical Trauma Kit #1 is designed by a former pararesqueman to be used by those who might find themselves in the line of fire; police, military, tactical groups and hunters. The pouch offers easy access to all essential items in case of an emergency. The Tactical Trauma Kit #1 comes with the M.O.L.L.E. strap system and therefore can easily be attached to waistbelts, backpacks, vests, etc. The pouch measures 8"x6"x3.5", and the complete kit weights only 1.15 lbs. The kit is available in OD, Black, Red, ACU and Tan. The FA142 comes shrink wrapped with content list.

Only the "Red" Trauma kits come with patch and hook and loop. All other colors DO NOT include patch or hook and loop attachment

Features:

Contains 55 items, including:

  • 1: BleedStop Bandage
  • 1: Pair Latex Examination Gloves
  • 1: Elastic Bandage, 4''
  • 4: Pain Relievers
  • 6: Sterile Sponges, 4''x4''
  • 1: Tape, Roll, Adhesive
  • 16: Bandage Strips, 1''x3''
  • 6: Antiseptic BZK Wipes
  • 1: Pair of Stainless Steel Tweezers
  • 1: Triangular Bandage
  • 1: EMT Shears
  • 5: Butterfly Strips
  • 1: Abdominal Pad, 5''x9''
  • 2: Ammonia Inhalants
  • 1: EFA - First Aid Instructions
  • 1: Burn Aid Package
  • 6: Safety Pins
  • Reviews
    4.4
    339 Reviews
    5
    60% (204)
    4
    29% (98)
    3
    6% (22)
    2
    2% (8)
    1
    2% (7)
    91% Recommend this product (309 of 339 responses)
    By Reed
    TN
    October 19, 2016
    + How to Attach a FA Patch to other (colors) Bags
    I thought I sent this review in but didn't see it, so here's my second attempt. Only the red First Aid (FA) bag comes with the patch. However, you can purchase a patch to use with the other bags (colors) from the same page for a dollar or two and attach it to the bag of your choice by doing the following: (1) peel off the velcro backing from the back of the patch. (2) cut the velcro backing in half as shown in the pics below. (3) slide the two pieces in behind the webbing strips on the bag. (4) attach the FA patch to the two strips (it will attach to all four corners of the FA patch). You may need to trim just a little extra off of the two strips so the edges don't show from behind the FA patch once it is attached to the two strips. You could also stitch the four corners of the FA patch and get a more permanent attachment. Mine rides in the back of a truck so it is fine using the method above.
    ProsGreat price Good contents, plus a little more room for other stuff.
    ConsNone that I have noticed.
    By Scott
    Kansas City, KS
    December 17, 2017
    Perfectly sized first-aid and trauma kit.
    Has everything you need for the cuts, pinches, scrapes, splinters, and "slide-bites" encountered on a day at the range. I added the Individual Patrol Officer's Kit (iPOK) on the inside and attached a seat-belt/clothing cutter to the MOLLE strip on the outside.
    ProsSmall enough to attach to or place inside a range bag; large enough to stand-alone. Plenty of room to add and modify inside and MOLLE points for attachments.
    ConsGood "admin" type of FAK. Needs a tourniquet, Israeli bandage, and quick-clot sponge or bandage for trauma.
    By Gary
    Sharon,Tn
    December 8, 2017
    Durable kit
    It comes stocked and well made
    By Steve55
    Missouri
    November 28, 2017
    I keep buyin 'em!!
    I think I'm on my 5th one. People see, want it.....I pass them on to friends. I have 2, one set up as a trauma pack with an attached TQ on the molle and one as a boo-boo kit, marked accordingly. The red color is outstanding and the kit contents get you well started on setting your kit up your way for your needs. Can't go wrong with this one.
    ProsThe CAN'T MISS red color.
    By Rob
    Manitoba Canada
    November 22, 2017
    Nice size everywhere kit
    I have one in my vehicle, one in my house and I take it when I coach kids sports. I add a package of quick clot guaze, an Israeli bandage and a Swat-t tourniquet and it is complete.
    ProsGreat quality
    ConsMy second order came with a patch that said MED instead of the red cross.
    By HK
    MD
    November 13, 2017
    Disappointed
    After purchasing this kit I realized there was no tourniquet. I don't know how you call it a trauma kit without a tourniquet.
    By Lance Trobridge
    Phoenix, Arizona
    November 13, 2017
    Great value for a small kit
    Purchased this to add to my hiking pack and I've found it to be a far better than comparably price kits. Decent quality bag. Fairly good variety of quality emergency equipment. Yes, my patch says "MED" rather than the advertised "+" and it's a slightly different shade of red but I'm pulling the trigger on a second kit to carry on my motorcycle.
    By Vincent Tanis
    Skiatook, Oklahoma
    November 13, 2017
    Tactical trauma on the go!
    Great size of product with plenty of supplies and extra room to add some personal things.. attached to my vest for security fairly well and looks great.
    ProsGood assortment of supplies. Plenty of room to add more. Sturdy.
    ConsIf anything I’d have to comment on, I’d say it’s bulky, but that’s only because you can fit so much in it. And personally, I don’t think that’s too bad of an issue.
    By c Reeder
    Las Vegas, NV.
    November 2, 2017
    In time,great deal
    This contained everything needed in an emergency except a tourniquet, but I have that already. Molly so it attaches to just about anywhere. bright red so it's easy to find. Can not go wrong with this as an first responder pack for home,camping or car.
    By Mr. Mingo
    TN
    November 2, 2017
    Not as depicted
    I ordered the red Elite First Aid Tactical Tauma Kit specifically because it was shown and advertised with the universal medical aid symbol, the red or white cross expressly so anyone who saw the kit would IMMEDIATELY know and realize it was a first aid kit. Mine arrived with a velcro patch that said "MED". This may seem like a very minor issue but in areas when few speak English it could be a BIG problem. I don't like bait and switch, especially when your life may depend upon it.
    By Joseph
    Saint cloud, Florida
    October 29, 2017
    Worth every penny
    Packed full of quality stuff, and the bag is solid quality.
    By John Carr
    Sperry, OK
    October 14, 2017
    Lacks an item!
    I did not know what to full expect when ordered but was please for the most part with what I rec- eived. I think the over all quality of the pouch and contents are top notch, but it is lacking a tourniquet.
    ProsHigh quality and durable
    ConsNo tourniquet
    By T.W.
    TX
    August 27, 2017
    Good kit for the money
    If you're serious about your first aid kit, you'll want to supplement this with quite a bit of stuff like an Israeli bandage, quick clot, etc., but it's a decent start. The case is pretty well made and has room for more stuff. Worth the money.
    ProsThe bag itself is pretty good, has adequate attachment points, and has enough room for an acceptable trauma kit.
    By KWL
    Nashville
    August 20, 2017
    Great Beginner's Blowout
    As advertised, good starter kit, delivery/turn around is a little slow.
    By James
    Kansas
    July 28, 2017
    Nicely made but too small
    It doesn't hold enough truly critical tactical woundcare products.
    ProsNicely made
    ConsToo small by two inches
    Q&A
    16 Questions & 42 Answers
    David Lee
    from Fairfax, VA asked:
    January 9, 2018
    Does the "bleed stop" bandage include quick clot chemicals? Also, is there room in the kit to include an Israeli bandage, a tourniquet and a quick clot bandage (if the bleed stop bandage is not quick clot already)?
    1 Answers
    The "Bleed Stop" bandage is really anything but, it's just roller gauze ("Kling") and has no QuikClot in it. The only other item included in there that would have anything to do with bleeding control is the roll of Coban, the self-adhesive Ace wrap stuff. Aside from that there are a couple of 4x4 gauze pads, a triangular bandage, and some non-essentials like Tylenol and tweezers. If you remove all of the non-essentials and replace the Kling and triangular, there is plenty of room for a QuikClot and an Israeli. Also, there is room for 1 or 2 CAT tourniquets in the bag. But if you run out of room, there are MOLLE loops on the outside & you could always attach external MOLLE tourniquet holders for extra capacity. Photo shown shows the CAT tourniquet (black) next to the "Bleed Stop" roller gauze for size comparison. Ultimately, this is a good quality PFAK that you'll need to add a lot of things to to truly make it a PFAK. But it for the case, not the supplies. Get your own supplies & build it out the way you want it.
    Jonathan W
    on January 18, 2018
    from Herndon, VA

    Christine
    from Albany NY asked:
    July 4, 2017
    Is there any way to wear this pouch backpack style?
    1 Answers
    I’m not sure I understand your meaning however this can be attached to any standard MOLLE field.
    Customer Service
    on July 5, 2017

    Jerry Hales
    from Saratoga Springs, Utah asked:
    December 5, 2016
    Is this item small enough to fit on the LA Police Gear Emergency Hydration Pack molle loops? SKU #: LAPG-HY-EHP
    2 Answers
    Yes! This pack is approx. 5 x 8 x 3 . Nice and compact.
    TIM
    on December 6, 2016
    from VAN NUYS, CA
    Yes, although I do not have your specific kit, the First Aid pack will require 3 loops wide, and will occupy most of the real estate of that molle field ( height / length also). Not knowing your deployment requirements, but in most cases this first kit is seldom used, so I prefer an interior or side mount, protecting my large molle field more of my tactical needs.
    Mark
    on December 6, 2016
    from Henderson, NV

    Dave
    from Arizona asked:
    October 24, 2016
    Bag and contents made in China?
    4 Answers
    According to some customers the contents as well are made in China
    Customer Service
    on October 25, 2016
    The trauma kit I received today will be used. For the price and content, not too bad. What I found to be sad about it,was the picture of a medical person in black and white on one of the tags and right under it another tag with made in China. In the. Words of D. Trump, let's make America Great Again, and by the way I'm voting for, this should be words to live by.
    John
    on October 26, 2016
    from Msq. NV.
    Received my item 10/26/2016, and it is the red-colored kit. To answer your question: •Outer bag: China; •Self Adherent Wrap: China; •ABD Pad: China; •Triangular Bandage: China; •Tweezers: China; •Gloves, safety pins, small bandages, tape, tourniquet: unlabeled, couldn't determine country of manufacture; •Ammonia Towelettes, Antiseptic wipes, Burn Gel: Buffalo, NY; •Pain reliever: Baltimore, MD; •Trauma bandage: China; •Scissors: Pakistan; •Gauze sponges: China
    William
    on October 26, 2016
    from San Diego, CA
    Why would I trust ANY item in this kit?? Made in China just made my decision to NOT PURCHASE this kit.
    Bill Gardiner
    on November 26, 2017
    from Oregon

    Edgar
    from San Diego,Ca. asked:
    July 18, 2016
    What is the current expiration dates on these kits? If I purchase one and I am not happy with the date can I return the item easily?
    1 Answers
    I had one pulled and we have a date of February 2019
    Customer Service
    on July 19, 2016

    Scott
    from Windsor, Ca asked:
    December 10, 2015
    Do the other colors come with the reverse Velcro to attach a medical patch?
    1 Answers
    Only the red option has hook and loop unfortunately
    Darben
    on December 13, 2015
    from Germany

    Katie
    from OHIO asked:
    December 7, 2015
    What material is the pouch made out of?
    1 Answers
    This pouch is made out of Nylon.
    Customer Service
    on December 10, 2015

    Michael M
    from Houston, Texas asked:
    September 11, 2015
    Is this item on sale because of items close to expiration date or is this simply a great deal?
    1 Answers
    I believe that this is just a great deal. I had one pulled to check the date for you and I'm showing July of 2017 for a Red one.
    Customer Service
    on September 15, 2015

    Ed
    from SF Bay Area asked:
    December 10, 2014
    Is there some trick to opening this kit? It seems like it is very weirdly designed. A number of the items are not easily accessed and it won't lay flat for easy access. Am I missing something here?
    3 Answers
    It is meant to be opened while you are wearing it or while it is attach to your pack. If you want it to lay flat you must cut the retaining straps.
    David
    on December 10, 2014
    from Pleasant Grv, UT
    I just received my kit and it seems fine to me. It was a little stiff but once fully unzipped it laid pretty much flat. I did rearrange the stuff inside to a more logical (at least to me) order. But it is a compact kit and not everything is going to be at your fingertips. You may have to move a couple things to access what you are looking for. It's really perfect for what I plan to it for which is camping and hiking. I'm a medic and I'll probably a few more goodies to it. Overall I'm happy with it.
    Tom
    on December 10, 2014
    from Michigan
    Follow up. I ordered the digicam and mine did not come with the straps that prevent it from opening all the way. After looking at some other pictures I can see your frustration.
    Thomas
    on December 10, 2014
    from Michigan

    Jerome S.
    from San Diego, CA asked:
    February 14, 2014
    Would I be able to fit a CAT tourniquet in this?
    12 Answers
    Absolutely, as a matter of fact, I was able to fit a CAT tourniquet and 2 rolls of Curlex in mine.
    Bradley
    on February 17, 2014
    from Afghanistan
    Yes you would. Could even place one on the outside on the molle with a rubber band.
    Chad
    on February 17, 2014
    from Arlington, VA
    The CAT is 6.5"x2.4"x1.5 inches and will physically fit inside the kit but you may have to eliminate something I'm the end unless you are a powerfully creative "packer." My suggestion is to find small Molle pouch that will accommodate the CAT and attach if using the Molle system.
    Wayne
    on February 17, 2014
    from Lancaster, CA
    Yes, a CAT would fit easily. The kit is jam packed, but there is still a little room for some additional (non-bulky) items.
    Mike
    on February 17, 2014
    from Louisville, KY
    Yes. My CAT tourniquet fits inside easily. It also can be attached to the Velcro on the outside of the pack for easy access/grab & go.
    Christina
    on February 17, 2014
    from Excelsior, MN
    I actually just got my kit a couple days ago and was wondering the same thing. You will be pleased to know that it fits in there easily and if you rearrange and combine some the items it comes with you will be able to fit some extra items in as well.
    Jerehme
    on February 17, 2014
    from Dayton, NV
    You should be able to fit the CAT tourniquet in the Elite First Aid Tactical Truna Kit with some adjustments. The other option is to attach the tourniquet with a couple of straps to the outside molle straps.
    Clay
    on February 17, 2014
    from Kent, WA
    I had one from another application and it fit fine, tight, but it is in there.
    scott_kart
    on February 17, 2014
    from Behind the Orange Curtain
    Its a bit of a tight fit, but I got a CAT tourniquet into mine.
    Travis
    on February 17, 2014
    from Covington, TN
    Yes, if the C.A.T is the standard size of 4 x 1 x 1 inches but you will have to make room inside the kit as it's pretty full already with stuff. Hope this helps
    Timothy
    on February 18, 2014
    from Dearborn, MI
    it might fit...but it will be very tight.
    Ali
    on February 18, 2014
    from Los Angeles, CA
    Yes there is room. I actually have one in mine.
    Mike
    on February 19, 2014
    from Texas

    Norm
    from northern california asked:
    January 24, 2014
    What is the shelf life of the items? How far out do they expire?
    2 Answers
    Most of the items we manufactured 6-12 months ago and are good for another 2-3 years.
    Eric
    on January 27, 2014
    from NJ
    I purchased two of these kits in Jan 2014. All of the items with an expiration date are are early 2018.
    Kris
    on January 31, 2014
    from Texas

    Glenn
    from Florida asked:
    October 10, 2013
    Can you tell me if this is made in the USA?
    2 Answers
    the bags themselves are made overseas but many of the components on the inside are manufactured in the united states.
    Customer Service
    on October 10, 2013
    All of the components in my kit , that are marked, say made in China.
    John
    on March 8, 2014
    from Idaho

    Derek
    from Missouri asked:
    August 31, 2013
    Do all of the colors come with the medic patch as shown on the red pouch in the pictures?
    8 Answers
    Mine in black did not come with the sign.
    Eric
    on August 31, 2013
    from Utah
    The patch was not included with my recent black kit purchase
    Bryan
    on August 31, 2013
    from Boulder
    Hello, I love my kit! I bought it in green and it does NOT have the medic patch on it.
    Mico
    on August 31, 2013
    from Boston
    I personally own the black pouch and it does not have any emblems on it. It is a great jump kit. I have it on my tactical vest and it has been great insurance for my response team to have a medic bag always around.
    jeff
    on August 31, 2013
    from denver
    No
    Matt
    on September 1, 2013
    from Anchorage, Alaska
    I bought the black one and it did not come with a medic patch.
    Fern
    on September 1, 2013
    from Florida
    I bought the ACU version and it doesn't have the cross.
    Demian
    on September 2, 2013
    from West Sacramento, CA
    The item description says only the red color version comes with the medic patch and velcro backing to attach a patch.
    Will
    on November 18, 2014
    from Los Angeles

    Jack Wall
    July 9, 2013
    Is there room in the bag to add other items or is it so cram packed that you would have trouble repacking it after the first use? As an example, I might want to add two Quik-Clots to the kit and maybe one or two hemostats and some suturing supplies.
    1 Answers
    This Elite First Aid Kit is not so full that you will have trouble replacing the contents, but adding a few extra items will make the zipper a little hard to close.
    on July 9, 2013

    Robert Otero
    April 30, 2013
    Is there a complete list of the items contained, I need to purshase a good kit for my Active Shooter Kit
    1 Answers
    If you view the description on the product page, you will see the list of items that are included with this first aid kit.
    on April 30, 2013

    Sgt. Chris Leeds
    March 27, 2013
    Does Elite First Aid Tactical Trauma Kit #1 have a clotting agent included. Says bleedstop bandage is that a clotting agent.
    1 Answers
    The Bleedstop Bandage in this Elite First Aid Kit is a general purpose wound and trauma dressing, it is not a clotting agent.
    on March 27, 2013

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