Archive for August, 2012

First Aid Space blanket combo deal
01/08/2012

We have bundled up our first aid kit and survival blanket as a package deal of £9.95 (seperate sale price £10.44) The survival blanket will fit inside the first aid kit pouch see below for each individual product detail

 

First Aid Kit

Now we all know that a basic first aid kit should be in every mountain biker’s back pack and many do actually carry one but is not until you have a big off and are dripping blood and bits of you are pointing the wrong way that you make a mental note to go and buy one. My particular moment was in Brechfa South Wales a couple of years ago when a particularly clumsy line saw me lying at the bottom of a steep bank with three broken metatarsals and a nasty gash in my shin.

To make it easy for you we have sourced these really nice and compact first aid kits that contain the essential bits and bobs to patch you up and get you back to base safely, best of all is the super low price at just £6.95 with free carriage (usual price £9.95) Some of the brands inside are a bit obscure, but the quality is good and at the price you really can’t go wrong.

– Weighing in at just 93g package includes:
– 1 x Red bag (Size: 10x13x5.5 cm)
– 1 x Bandage
– 1 x Tweezers
– 1 x Scissors
– 1 x Medical adhesive tape
– 10 x Alcohol pads
– 1 x Tourniquet
– 9 x Adhesive bandages
– 10 x Pins
– 2 x Gauze swabs
– 1 x Triangular bandage
– 4 x Povidone-lodine prep pads

Space Blanket

I carry a small survival blanket in my back pack, fortunately I have never needed to use it but is it a sensible addition to a mountain biker’s kit bag for emergencies. Although I have never had to use mine I have often been in some pretty high and remote places in bad weather and if things went wrong I knew I would be in trouble pretty quickly without the right gear.

We have sourced these really nice space blankets that fold down to a really compact size 125mm x80mm x20mm so they take up very little space inside your back pack. These are gold on one side and silver on the inside, gold to the outside in winter as it absorbs the heat, silver to the outside for the summer as it reflects the heat. Best of all these are a really large size 210cm x 160cm, (note the model in the picture is 6’3″)you do see them for sale elsewhere but they are generally smaller than this, the last thing you want is that having taken the sensible precaution of carrying one that it is too small to be of much use.

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New Product, Space (survival) blanket
01/08/2012

I carry a small survival blanket in my back pack, fortunately I have never needed to use it but is it a sensible addition to a mountain biker’s kit bag for emergencies. Although I have never had to use mine I have often been in some pretty high and remote places in bad weather and if things went wrong I knew I would be in trouble pretty quickly without the right gear.

We have sourced these really nice space blankets that fold down to a really compact size 125mm x80mm x20mm so they take up very little space inside your back pack. These are gold on one side and silver on the inside, gold to the outside in winter as it absorbs the heat, silver to the outside for the summer as it reflects the heat. Best of all these are a really large size 210cm x 160cm, (note the model in the picture is 6’3″)you do see them for sale elsewhere but they are generally smaller than this, the last thing you want is that having taken the sensible precaution of carrying one that it is too small to be of much use.

As we only sell online and deal direct we can keep our prices low at just £3.49 each

First Aid Kit New Product
01/08/2012

Now we all know that a basic first aid kit should be in every mountain biker’s back pack and many do actually carry one but is not until you have a big off and are dripping blood and bits of you are pointing the wrong way that you make a mental note to go and buy one. My particular moment was in Brechfa South Wales a couple of years ago when a particularly clumsy line saw me lying at the bottom of a steep bank with three broken metatarsals and a nasty gash in my shin.

To make it easy for you we have sourced these really nice and compact first aid kits that contain the essential bits and bobs to patch you up and get you back to base safely, best of all is the super low price at just £6.95 with free carriage (usual price £9.95) Some of the brands inside are a bit obscure, but the quality is good and at the price you really can’t go wrong.

– Weighing in at just 93g package includes:
– 1 x Red bag (Size: 10x13x5.5 cm)
– 1 x Bandage
– 1 x Tweezers
– 1 x Scissors
– 1 x Medical adhesive tape
– 10 x Alcohol pads
– 1 x Tourniquet
– 9 x Adhesive bandages
– 10 x Pins
– 2 x Gauze swabs
– 1 x Triangular bandage
– 4 x Povidone-lodine prep pads