Warning: After I wrote this, I realized it is kind of long. You've been warned!
The way it is set up is as follows: The entire kit is inside a heavy-duty poly bag. Inside the large bag, there are several smaller or "sub-bags" which organize similar items.
When I received my kit, the povidone-iodine prep pads had leaked (I am thinking this happened during shipping), basically ruining what was inside that sub-bag. I contacted ITS Tactical on Saturday, and on Monday (Not even a whole business day!) I received a response apologizing, and they immediately sent out a replacement sub-bag, (The shipping confirmation email was literally sent out 3 minutes after the email apologizing about the leak) which should arrive tomorrow. (A plus, they only seem to ship priority mail, so everything gets where it needs to fast).I didn't have to pay for anything, send anything in, etc. Now on to the good stuff:
(rough, because everything is in a bag and can kind of be compressed)
Contents, copied from ITS Tactical:
(1) Triangle Bandage w/ Safety Pins
(2) 2" x 2" Gauze Pad
(10) Band-Aid (6 Large, 4 Small)
(2) 3M Steri-Strips
(2) Povidone-Iodine Prep Pad
(2) Alcohol Prep Pad
(2) Triple Antibiotic
(2) Sting Relief Pad
(2) Burn Jel
(1) Moleskin (2” x 4” Strip)
(2) Lip Ointment
(2 pkgs. of 2 ea.) Electrolyte (Rehydration)
(2 pkgs. of 2 ea.) Ibuprofen (Inflammation, Soreness)
(2 pkgs. of 2 ea.) Non-Aspirin (Fevers)
(2 pkgs. of 1 ea.) Antihistamine (Allergic Reactions)
(2 pkgs. of 1 ea.) Anti-Diarrheal (Dehydration Prevention)
(2 pkgs. of 2 ea.) Aspirin (Heart Attack)
This is not a tricked-out super first aid kit, but one that addresses the most common injuries. ITS has a whole line of medical stuff, including a Plus variant of the Boo Boo Kit with some stuff like Quikclot, CPR shield, and gloves, and even a line of Trauma Kits, but the one I purchased is a good, solid, basic FAK. The stuff seems to be high quality, with name brand Band-Aids and such. It also includes two cards that list the contents, along with a place to write one's blood type and any allergies.
The only thing I will probably change is the addition of a CPR shield, since I have the proper certification. I will probably buy one of these Laerdal ones, since they are fairly small and slim.
The Slimline Pouch is also very nice. Made in the USA. It comes with a PVC hook & loop Med patch designating it as a med item, but the patch can also be removed to carry other things. The Boo Boo Kit was a tight fit at first, but after leaving it in the pouch for a while, the elastic is gradually loosening to where it is easier to insert the kit. The pouch has MOLLE on the back, and ships with two MALICE Clips to attach to MOLLE-compatible gear. It can also be worn on a belt, either vertically or horizontally. Very flexible carrying options.
Bottom line: A really nice kit at a really nice price ($20) from a company with GREAT customer service. Looking for a first aid kit? Look no further.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask!