I just received this pouch this week and have been messing around with it. Since I wanted something that would accomodate enough space for 2 blowout kits to carry always on me in case of a shooter, stabbing or terrorist incident, to be able to assist 2 people being myself, colleague or the public. The pouch has 5 pockets. A main one in the middle and 1 on each side for small items. In the rear pocket fits a Nasopharingeal tube and 2 chest seals, in the left pocket I have 4 pairs of gloves rolled up individually in the centre I have 2 israeli bandages and 2 space blankets. On the right pocket I have 5 sachets of lubricant, 2x NAR pen to treat pneumotorax and a sharpie. In the front pocket a biological waste bag, alcohol wipes, a SWAT-T Tourniquet and a CPR mask. I still have to purchase another SWAT-T, but should fit. In the main pocket above I have pourous tape too attached to the bungie with a belt retainer.
On the outside molle I have a Leatherman Raptor shear. In the front it also has molle with velcro which I use to attach a cross and my blood group. The opening system works flawlessly and very fast by pulling the top handle.
It comes with a bungie strap to attach the pouch to the head rest or molle to attach to bags or chest rig or anything else you can think off.
All in all 5 out of 5.
It's too big to mount on a belt unless you are using a battle belt but the right size to mount on a side panel on body armour.
I absolutely recommend it, I think everyone should have one as things in society are hotting up!
This pouch is small, but can accommodate any IFAK content out there and is solid, nice, rigid and very-well made. It looks tactical without any impractical rubber bands or fake molle attachments. I attached my tourniquet, a mini-sharpie, shears and a small flashlight on the outside (side straps), and I was able to fill the pouch with a lot of gear packed very tight. The trick is to buy everything in sealed (air-tight) packages and make the most of limited space. I removed the inside red bungee cord which is not needed when everything is so tight and I am not using the large elastic band provided, either. I don’t carry the pouch attached to a rig. I keep it in my backpack together with an additional CPR mask in a hard case. If you choose to use Israeli compression bandages, take them out of the package, since they are double sealed in another package anyway. You’re left with a tiny form factor for this kind of bandage. I also put 3x3 medical red cross patch on the front hook and loop. Looks sharp! Hope this helps.
This pouch is large enough to hold various medical items like tourniquets, quik clot, blood stoppers, chest seals, etc. Good for a vehicle.
Con: too big to put on an outer duty vest especially when you have other molle attachments.
This pouch is great it you are carrying a first responder kit. It's large enough to hold a CAT tourniquet, chest seal, quick clot and other items.
just received pouch and it is just what I expected. I purchase it as an EDC pouch that I will keep with me then attach to my other 5.11 bags when I go hiking or hunting. It holds all I need perfectly
Ok, Like 5.11 apparel for the most part, as it is reliable and reasonably priced-and tough. Got the pouch (BTW I am a retired Navy Corpsman-27yrs AD and now a Paramedic and College EMS Instructor) and stocked it with IFAK usuals. Wish they would throw in the red cross patch, and also give some extra cordage that is red for the pouch zippers. The pouch is light weight and opens easily with rapid access to the goodies.
Comes with a large Bungee like cord that velcros together and I am guessing that is what you wrap aroud the kit to keep it against your head rest in your car, I think it would make a good Venous TQ to start IV's too...hahah. Love the molle attachments and buckle in the back. They are a heck of a lot eaiser to manipulate than Malice clips and very flexible/strong.
I rate it a 4.5 out of 5 stars. Light weight and I think made well. Right now out of stock and can see why. Wish a few more colors. Kyptek and Multicam were available.