Rescue Swag

Survival and First Aid Kit with App

Emergency Prep

Rescue Swag is a survival first aid kit that gives you the gear you’ll need in case of an emergency.

It’s lightweight for the amount of supplies, and thoughtfully organized to make finding what you need easier and faster. Three removable sections contain the basics for minor incidents, major incidents, and burns & bites—from
bandages to an ice pack and safety pins. The case itself is functional, too. It can act as a compression sleeve, sling, splint, or a makeshift water carrier.

An accompanying app provides instructional first aid info and pictures. We suggest you review that content ahead of time, though, because a time-sensitive situation doesn’t leave much leeway for research.

Created by Tracey Beikoff, an avid equestrian in Australia, Rescue Swag is named for the essential pack itinerant workers used to carry with them. In a similar fashion, this kit gives you the essentials for everyday adventures.

Take it on camping or hiking trips. Or stow it in your boat or car for emergencies. This pack even has extra room to add more or different supplies, depending on where you’re headed.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Ana
    Ana

    Hi Grommet fans! I’m Ana Perez, representing Rescue Swag. My team and I are extremely excited to introduce, Rescue Swag, the 'Swiss Army Knife' of first aid kits!

  • Stacy
    Stacy
    4/13/2016 10:47 AM

    Hi Ana!

    What items come in the Rescue Swag?

    Thanks,

    Stacy

  • Ana
    Ana – Special Guest
    4/13/2016 11:32 AM

    @Stacy Hi Stacy! The Rescue Swag comes with a ver comprehensive assortment of supplies. There are three main modules inside: Burns & snake bites, Major accidents and Minor accidents. the burns and bites module contains: 2 sizes of compression bandage, elastic crepe bandage, a polyethylene burn sheet, 2 sizes of low adherence dressings, burns dressing, burn gel packets, a clear platic water liner and an instructions card. The minor accidents module includes: an instant ice pack, 2 sizes of low adherence dressings, gauze swabs, conforming bandage, eye pads, an antiseptic tube, tape, iodine swabs, cleansing swabs, splinter probes, forceps, fabric strips, eye wash liquid ampoules, a plastic eye bath, instructions and a torch and whistle. The major accidents module includes: first aid leaflet, amputated parts bags, a thermal blanket, safety pins, a face mask, a first aid notebook and pen, scissors, nitrile gloves, triangular bandage, 2 sizes of wounds dressing, 2 sizes of combine dressings and an instructions card.

  • Stacy
    Stacy
    4/13/2016 12:07 PM

    @Ana Thanks so much for getting back to me! Sounds like a comprehensive kit to me. One more question: how long is it good for? Meaning, if I buy one today will it still be usable in say, 5 years?

  • Ana
    Ana – Special Guest
    4/13/2016 12:36 PM

    @Stacy All of the Rescue Swag contents that could expire have dates on them, and they will be 4 to 5 years from date of purchase. As with all first aid supplies, it's always good to check on them once a year just to make sure you replenish anything that may be expired.

  • Cheryl
    Cheryl
    4/13/2016 12:47 PM

    @Ana this looks like the perfect item for me I work with the veterans. The women who go out on trips and funerals and I'm the only one with any medical training and this looks like it would help out a lot . The reason I was looking this and they were on a trip and one of the ladies became overheated from the sun and I had nothing to cool herdown other than Little water

  • Ana
    Ana – Special Guest
    4/13/2016 1:04 PM

    @Cheryl Hi Cheryl! Thanks for your interest in the Rescue Swag! We really like the peace of mind it gives to be prepared for a wide range of situations with one lightweight, portable solution. Sounds like Rescue Swag would be a perfect fit for the work you are doing (which by the way sounds really great!). The burns and bites module also includes 1 food bar and 2 drinking water pouches so you'd be ready for the specific situation you describe.

  • Rebecca
    Rebecca
    4/13/2016 7:38 PM

    @Ana I'd love to be able to keep a kit in my car, but the temperature in my area ranges from about -20 to about 100 in a year. How much of the modules will be destroyed by the termperature ranges?

    Thanks

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    4/14/2016 9:34 AM

    Hi Rebecca, I think the only item you have to worry about is the water. At -20, it'll freeze and if it is in that state for two long, the packaging of it could damage. The rest should hold up fine.

  • Denia
    Denia
    4/13/2016 8:28 PM

    Can individually expired items be ordered or do you have to order a whole module for refills?

    Why is this kit $165 on this website and only $135 on the Rescue Swag site?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    4/14/2016 9:44 AM

    Hi Denia, there are refill packs that we will work to get on site. Rescue Swag does not ship to the US. The Grommet is the only place where you can order and receive Rescue Swag in the U.S.

  • Tanya
    Tanya
    4/13/2016 11:54 PM

    Is there an option to buy just the bag itself? That way I can transfer what I already have?

  • Mike
    Mike – Grommet Team
    4/14/2016 9:45 AM

    Not at the moment, Tanya. But if there are any updates we will let you know.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.