nikkipoooo


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venom4hire wrote:Does anyone have the 411 on if these kits are latex free or not??



All of the band-aid brand bandages (including the same 80ct sheer package included in this kit)at drugstore.com say that the packaging contains natural latex.

Denimbear


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Btw I just thought of something . I know that this is a 2 fer deal , but wait..... ( checks Calender, scratches head )..... this aint Tuesday tho . lol .

Never Take for Granted what God Has given you so Freely , for tomorrow it maybe gone


robinbigkc


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robinbigkc wrote:When I tried to order a quantity of 3 on the final "CLICK THIS STUPIDLY LARGE BUTTON" page, it read as follows:

You want three

First Aid Kit Bundle – 2 Pack

3 Johnson & Johnson 150-Piece First Aid Kits:

3 12-Piece To-Go Packs:


I don't know... I still think that everything "official" that I read seems like you get ONE 150-piece set and ONE 12-piece set in each 2 pack ordered. Still a great price but obviously not as good as if you got twice as much stuff.




Ok, I went ahead and popped for 3 and yes, on the receipt it does look like you get 6 of each first aid kit if you order 3 2-pack's:

You want 3

First Aid Kit Bundle – 2 Pack

You ordered 6 Johnson & Johnson 150-Piece First Aid Kits.

You ordered 6 12-Piece To-Go Packs.

johnhiltz


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perfect for the rv

Polie


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Just am fyi I have used these in the past. Good little kits, not a bunch to them but for $11.99 shipped for 2x kits vs $10 locally for one it is a really good deal. I bought 3x of them myself, not usually hurting myself but these last a long time. Add some superglue and your pretty much set for just about any small injuries. Anything more and its off to urgent care for me

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    Pretty accident prone...this will hel ohgodhowdidicutmyselfonmykeboard?!?

    borntohunt


    quality posts: 102 Private Messages borntohunt

    Those guys in this weeks WOOTCAST video "CRKT Knives: Real Actual Field Tests #10" could've used this fine 1st Aid Kit Bundle 2-Pack.

    nikkipoooo


    quality posts: 4 Private Messages nikkipoooo

    I actually have several of the to-go kit boxes lying around (a friend works for J&J... his wife hands out goody bags of J&J trial sizes and stuff every time we visit) and the box has plenty of space to put things like the Neosporin packets (which I plan on taking out of the big kits in favor of a full tube anyhow), a chapstick, Pepto, whatever blister-packed OTC drugs you take, a tweezers, etc. for traveling.

    jasonjwwl


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    Will need these for the zombie apocalypse! The Walking Dead come to life!

    lschedler


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    I would add some stuff to it - aspirin, and benedryl. Those two meds can save your life, no exaggeration.

    jwracca


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    Had to snag two, my kids seem to be accident prone. Happy Wooting!!!

    RobinBobcat


    quality posts: 34 Private Messages RobinBobcat

    This is a good price for even *one* first aid kit, let alone *two*, especially since these seem to be pretty well-stocked with quality ingredients.No stimpacks or Rad-away, but *actual* Band-Aid brand bandaids are a fine thing. Being a twofer, it's a no-brainer for one in the house, and one in the trunk of the car.

    I'm betting Woot got these because the antibiotic ointments are nearing expiration date or J&J is changing the packaging.


    Meow

    ditwad


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    migelito wrote:this is one of those deals where the $5 shipping breaks the deal.



    Not if you buy in bulk. 6+6=12 units.
    $23.00 total with shipping/12=<$2.00 per unit.
    I know this is very high math, but it's the best I can do.

    amaydaisy


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    In for (3) 2-packs. Why not? Great deal. And I'm engaging in retail therapy. Tht happens to be useful. And safety conscious.

    I missed the first bucket of crud by thiiiiiiiis much. Got the order confirmation page, and then whompwhompwhomp. Pood out. Then I see I entirely missed a bagillion more buckets of crud.

    Dang it. Maybe I can smother myself and cut off my air supply in all the band aids arriving soon.

    I freaking suck.

    caprafan


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    Thank God they didn't say they're refurbished.

    amaydaisy


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    ditwad wrote:Not if you buy in bulk. 6+6=12 units.
    $23.00 total with shipping/12=<$2.00 per unit.
    I know this is very high math, but it's the best I can do.



    Well, THIS was fantastic.

    caprafan


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    nikkipoooo wrote:I actually have several of the to-go kit boxes lying around (a friend works for J&J... his wife hands out goody bags of J&J trial sizes and stuff every time we visit) and the box has plenty of space to put things like the Neosporin packets (which I plan on taking out of the big kits in favor of a full tube anyhow), a chapstick, Pepto, whatever blister-packed OTC drugs you take, a tweezers, etc. for traveling.



    I'm woot-stalking you.

    tbartley


    quality posts: 0 Private Messages tbartley

    They had bags of crap,4 times? And I still managed to not be able to get a single one. One of these days woot, your server will come through for me in the end got some other stuffs though, thanks. Band ads look like a deal too, but I'm resolving to never buy anything again from woot, till I get that elusive Bunnies Ogling Carrots

    e6zion


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    I'm hoping these arrive before I tell my wife about the new motorcycle I just bought.

    nikkipoooo


    quality posts: 4 Private Messages nikkipoooo
    caprafan wrote:I'm woot-stalking you.



    You can't have any of my band-aids.

    Oh, and I want to go see tar pit lake next time I visit.

    apctek1998


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    jdpman wrote:So with a first aid kid its important to know when the meds in it expire. Can someone at woot let us know when the stuff in these expire? Or at least confirm that its not old stuff thats expired or will be expiring in the coming months?



    Warranty:1 Year Johnson & Johnson

    apctek1998


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    ditwad wrote:Not if you buy in bulk. 6+6=12 units.
    $23.00 total with shipping/12=<$2.00 per unit.
    I know this is very high math, but it's the best I can do.

    great math lets see you can buy 3 and you get 2 for each that is 6 how did you get 12 again ?

    caprafan


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    nikkipoooo wrote:You can't have any of my band-aids.

    Oh, and I want to go see tar pit lake next time I visit.



    Wish granted. Would you also like to fly out to see Conan next week?

    RobinBobcat


    quality posts: 34 Private Messages RobinBobcat
    lschedler wrote:I would add some stuff to it - aspirin, and benedryl. Those two meds can save your life, no exaggeration.



    I'd need to take both at once - asprin makes me puff up and die.

    But yes, both are excellent additions, both int erms of life-saving and for those days you're just feeling like crap.

    Meow

    nikkipoooo


    quality posts: 4 Private Messages nikkipoooo
    caprafan wrote:Wish granted. Would you also like to fly out to see Conan next week?



    I wish. I was supposed to go to Vegas, but flights are too much.

    udavidj


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    HA! Four kids....I bought three! should last til June at least!

    Love,
    UdavidJ

    buzzthehermit


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    Injuries in the Last Week:
    1. Tried to cut off finger with serrated butter knife
    2. Actually impaled arm on piece of metal jutting out of spare cubicle
    3. Tripped over sectional sofa in dark club basement (non-blood-letting honorable mention)


    In for one.


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    leviatan15


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    Looks like a lot of people are eating band-aids, i got 3 kids and i'll use one pac in a year. I guess you could use a lot if you fight with your kids a lot......

    leviatan15


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    (I'm hoping these arrive before I tell my wife about the new motorcycle I just bought.)


    Next time think before you buy your motorcycle

    jack13j0


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    Count me in! Great for Boy/Girl Scout Troops.

    caprafan


    quality posts: 2 Private Messages caprafan

    I'm in for 3. What does it say if you gift these to someone? "I care about your welfare" or "I doubt you'll survive the week"?

    islandshortz


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    oklahomafire wrote:Look at the woot map on this one, is it just me, or does everyone in the west coast get hurt a lot? LOL!! HAHA!!



    Just a lot of health care professionals.

    golanta00


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    Here's my receipt >>

    Here's your receipt...
    on 3/23/2012, you successfully wooted.
    order --------
    You want 3

    First Aid Kit Bundle – 2 Pack
    You ordered 6 Johnson & Johnson 150-Piece First Aid Kits.
    You ordered 6 12-Piece To-Go Packs.
    which each cost $5.99
    for a subtotal of $17.97
    plus shipping + $5.00
    minus discount - $5.00
    for a total of $17.97

    $3.00 per kit, great deal! << (not on the receipt but maybe it should be)



    robinbigkc wrote:When I tried to order a quantity of 3 on the final "CLICK THIS STUPIDLY LARGE BUTTON" page, it read as follows:

    You want three

    First Aid Kit Bundle – 2 Pack

    3 Johnson & Johnson 150-Piece First Aid Kits:

    3 12-Piece To-Go Packs:




    I don't know... I still think that everything "official" that I read seems like you get ONE 150-piece set and ONE 12-piece set in each 2 pack ordered. Still a great price but obviously not as good as if you got twice as much stuff.



    spicedrum


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    seahokedrama wrote:Sure, maybe some good deals- but the real attraction is the Bags... and there is simply no way to win them anymore without using third party software.



    I haven't ever used software and I just ordered my 3rd bag tonight, so it's definitely still possible.


    In for three sets - my family is used to getting random items like this from me.

    leviatan15


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    buzzthehermit wrote:Injuries in the Last Week:
    1. Tried to cut off finger with serrated butter knife
    2. Actually impaled arm on piece of metal jutting out of spare cubicle
    3. Tripped over sectional sofa in dark club basement (non-blood-letting honorable mention)


    In for one.



    Try some glasses next time, that should help.

    sdblair


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    I'll wait for the refurbs. They should be cheaper.

    Woot

    leviatan15


    quality posts: 0 Private Messages leviatan15
    ditwad wrote:Not if you buy in bulk. 6+6=12 units.
    $23.00 total with shipping/12=<$2.00 per unit.
    I know this is very high math, but it's the best I can do.



    Looks like you do need some band-aid. Best math i've ever seen.

    leviatan15


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    sdblair wrote:I'll wait for the refurbs. They should be cheaper.



    I got some used ones...

    nam1123


    quality posts: 5 Private Messages nam1123

    This is much cheaper than comparable kits. I usually build my own kits that cost less and are better stocked, but it would hard to beat the price of these kits to use as a starting point.

    I'm just going to throw a bottle of aspirin (for heart attacks), and tylenol and ibuprofen for aches and sprains to create spare kits. I'll have to look more closely once they arrive, but they appear to have a cold pack, so it seems like a pretty well rounded kit already.

    whatsamattaU


    quality posts: 1062 Private Messages whatsamattaU

    Reviews of the big kit:

    http://www.viewpoints.com/Johnson-Johnson-All-Purpose-First-Aid-Kit-reviews

    and small kit:

    http://www.viewpoints.com/Johnson-amp-Johnson-Mini-First-Aid-To-Go-Kit-12-Piece-Plastic-Case-reviews?featured=12625

    Thus, your mission if you buy these, is to get hurt or find someone hurt so that you can use the Neosporin up by the September 2012 expiration date listed above.

    bye