First aid kits can be assembled with a wide variation of contents, supplies and equipment, all for use in giving first aid.
First aid kits may be made up of different contents based on a specific purpose or focus, as well as requirements based on an area where it may be used.
The most basic contents include first aid supplies to help stop bleeding, and may contain some medicines. Many kits often come in plastic boxes, fabric pouches or in wall mounted cabinets.
A well-stocked first aid kit will help you to be better prepared for emergencies and natural disasters, so keep a first aid kit in your home, in your car, and in your workplace. Carry a first aid kit with you if you venture out camping, hiking, boating, or other outdoor activities too.
We never know when an emergency can occur.
How did we determine what are the best First Aid Kits? We looked at the following criteria…
We only looked at First Aid Kits that were available on Amazon.com (because of the availability of reviews and ratings there).
We based a kit’s use and effectiveness on ratings and popularity as this reflects the opinion of a cross-section of users.
We used the number of overall reviews per product (which reflect a product’s popularity).
We used the number of reviews in each rating category.
We also factored the percentage of ‘good’ reviews as well as ‘bad’ reviews as a percentage of overall reviews.
Good = 3, 4, 5-Star ratings
Bad = 1, 2-Star ratings
The logic is that the First Aid Kits with the least percentage of poor reviews coupled with the overall number of good reviews would provide a better overall indicator of a product’s rating.
Note that there are certainly many First Aid Kits available from beyond just Amazon and their suppliers, so do your due-diligence if you wish to dig deeper…
Best First Aid Kits $25 – $50
Out of all the first aid kits in the price range of $25 – $50 based on the criteria listed above, the best is…
The Coleman Expedition First Aid Kit, Exceeds ANSI Standards, 100% Made in USA. Not only did it have the highest number of reviews (indicating popularity) but nearly 90% were either 4 or 5-stars.
Taking second place of the first aid kits in this price range is…
First Aid Kit With Hard Case, 326 pcs, Exceeds OSHA & ANSI Guidelines
with 93% good reviews with just 7% ‘bad’.
Best First Aid Kits $50 – $100
First aid kits in the price range of $50 – $100 are fewer in availability, but the best based on the criteria listed above is…
FIRST RESPONDER TRAUMA BAG- FULLY STOCKED
It is the most popular, as well as 100% ‘good’ reviews.
Second place is impressive in that all reviews are 5-star 100%, while it isn’t as popular as far as number of reviews for first aid kits (therefore 2nd place). It is…
First Aid Only First Responder Emergency First Aid Kit, 159-Piece Bags
If you have time and patience, it is quite easy to build your own first aid kits too. Spend some time considering what should go inside. Here is an article that gives plenty of ideas for items to go inside of first aid kits… A First Kit should include…
Whichever you prefer, (to buy your own, or build your own,) make an effort to actually do it!
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