Reddit Reddit reviews Tactical Gear Molle Multifunctional Sling Shoulder Backpack Daypack Bag for Camping Hiking (Tan 2)

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Tactical Gear Molle Multifunctional Sling Shoulder Backpack Daypack Bag for Camping Hiking (Tan 2)
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u/impulsivecactus ยท 2 pointsr/EDC

> Can't buy certain things in the UK, like antibiotics or anything you'd inject. Things like that are very tightly controlled by the NHS. I'm getting a tourniquet, saline solution, gauze and low adherent pads.

I totally get that. I would suggest looking into "animal pain killers." The often aren't regulated the same way those made for humans are but (from what I understand) they are simply the generic version of a drug in a less regulated facility.

> Everything in that FA pouch is very thin and fits very comfortably in the flat pocket at the back of my bag. I could remove the water purification pills, but they weigh about 100mg, so it having it isn't a downside at all.

I understand that it weighs next to nothing. But a dozen next to nothings adds up to something. The point of an "every day carry" is to demonstrate the equipment that you carry on your person and use everyday. This sub just takes it a step further and is often used to display EDC's in a "cool" format. Try and cut it down to things you actually need. My first few go bags and hiking bags I had were cumbersome and I often carried things I didn't need because I wanted to be ready for everything. Try and be ready for what is feasibly possible, not for trying to triage a plane crash.

> I can't drive, so another secondary bag isn't really in the equation yet. I agree having a small notebook is a good plan, but I feel like anything I need to note down I can do on my iPhone. Everything other than the first aid stuff, I use every day, or need to have with me. The pack has enough pockets that everything is always where I expect it to be. If you look at the picture I put up of me wearing it around the back, I can get anything I need to without looking, so swinging it round the front or just taking it off would make it stupidly easy to find stuff.

You don't have to drive to keep a medical bag somewhere feasible. Ask your employer if you can store it on site or simply just keep it in your backpack with our lunch or something. You can still keep all of the medical stuff like bandages in there. Things like tourniquets are going to have a very low chance of ever being used and its obviously great to have it and not need it then need it and not have it. But even a quality tourniquet can wait 2 minutes while pressure is maintained so that you can grab your bag.

If you plan on carrying more, it is going to make it harder to find the things you need without dumping everything on the group. Which you don't want to do if you're having to move around. I suggest getting a different bag, something like this would offer a greater carrying capacity and the ability to add/remove bags to fit your needs.