First Aid in a Bottle From Lifeline

Published in the August 2008 Issue Published online: Aug 26, 2008
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For being a 32-ounce water bottle, it sure packs a lot. With the First Aid in a Bottle from Lifeline, you can be prepared to handle minor injuries. The lightweight bottle is filled with the most commonly used first aid items: a first aid and CPR guide, first aid and burn cream, whistle, scissors, tweezers, tape, gauze, non-aspirin tablets, towelettes, alcohol pads, bandages of various sizes, reusable Ziplock bag, tissue pack and sting relief pads. Though lightweight, the polycarbonate bottle is rugged and comes in assorted colors. Finding a place to put it won't be hard-it stows easily in a glove box or dry bag. Available for $14.99.

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