Bosch Click & Go 72-Hour Kit Build: First Aid Using The L-BOXX1A Hothttp://www.tool-rank.com/media/listing/photos/thumbnail/300x300s/4e/b4/1b/1307_l-boxx1a-first-aid-3-1350890830.jpg
One thing you should always have, whether you are prepping for a natural disaster or not, is a good first aid kit. In the first part of my 72-hour emergency kit build I make use of the dividers that are included in the model L-BOXX1A, which is part of the Bosch Click & Go modular storage system.
You can buy a pretty good first aid kit at your local store, but I wanted more than they typically offer. So what I did was use a store bought first aid kit as a starting point and added to it to fit my needs. You could start from scratch if you really wanted to customize one to fit your needs, but that would be more time consuming and maybe even more costly. When customizing you should add any prescription drugs you commonly use and make sure to keep track of when they expire.
Like I said in the introduction to my 72-hour kit build, the whole point of using the Bosch Click & Go system was for everything to be stackable and modular. You could just buy and use a first aid kit "as is", but it could not lock into the system.
If want to get started on your own 72-hour kit or just want to get organized, Bosch is running a contest to win a Click & Go setup worth approximately $1000. To enter, just click the banner to your right or follow this link and submit a few photos of your mess.
If you want to build your own kit from scratch, the RedCross has a list of first aid supplies a family of four should have. Amazon has a good selection of premade kits that you can use as a starting point. No matter which way you choose to go, my view is get as many supplies as you can fit into your box, because once you run out, you run out.
How do you like my first aid kit? What would you do differently?
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