Revolutionary Survival Kit from Surviveware Seals Success with 80th Amazon Review

Loyal Surviveware Customer Upgrades Son’s Preparedness Gear With a Survival Kit

Woodbridge, United States - March 25, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —

Surviveware, a leading retailer of adventure and preparedness gear, is pleased to announce that its Survival Kit has received its 80th customer review on Amazon shortly after its launch, with an average rating of 4.9 out of 5 stars. This new backcountry favorite has opened more opportunities for outdoorsmen to increase their preparedness and safety levels.

The Surviveware Survival First Aid Kit’s soft-shell case is made of 600D polyester. This material has proven effective in preserving the inner supplies’ freshness. As the case is made of malleable material, it can fit in tight spaces and withstand pressure.

The 12”x 8”x 6” survival kit promotes convenience and accessibility through its MOLLE-friendly straps, and a Velcro back panel secures the pack in place. With this dual attachment system, users can snap the kit in place anywhere it’s needed.

One of the survival first aid kit’s most renowned features is its organized compartments. The partitions are all labeled with the contents’ name, use, and quantity, so users don’t need to spend unnecessary time looking for the supplies, of particular concern in an emergency. This system of labeled compartments keeps the items organized, and the user aware of which items should be replenished after use.

The contents of the survival kit are segregated according to use. First aid provisions are marked with red labels, while hygiene provisions are labeled in blue and green. Survival items, on the other hand, are in black-labeled compartments. Once users have familiarized themselves with this system, it will be even easier for them to respond during emergencies.

Surviveware makes it a point to ensure that outdoorsmen are prepared to the fullest for any eventualities. This is where the survival supplies come in. Aside from the wide variety of first aid supplies that this kit contains, the Surviveware survival first aid kit has high-quality tools like glow sticks, a wire saw, signaling mirror, poncho, a small tactical flashlight, a paracord bracelet, a premium-grade knife, and multi-tool.

More and more adventurers are placing their trust in this newest member of the Surviveware family. In the review written by an avid Surviveware customer, he shared his experience with the company and what pushed him to purchase another pack for his son.

“I initially bought the small First Aid Kit and the large First Aid Kit and was very impressed. They are well made and thought out with tough canvas and large zippers. They are labeled on the inside for quick access when needed. I bought this latest Survival Kit for my son, who is often in the backcountry. It has both a knife with seat belt cutter and a small multi-tool along with other survival items. The tools seem to be surprisingly good quality. So much so that I bought another kit for my own go bag.”

Keep your outdoor emergency pack ready with Surviveware’s Survival Kit. Limited stocks are available, so make sure to place your order right now. Hurry and place your order today by clicking here.

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