Review: SJ WORKS Smart phone bicycle First Aid Kit

Ever since my days as a Brownie I’ve always carried with me a few first aid basics in my bag just in case. In the car we have a small first aid kit and we’ve got a kit which lives with our camping gear too. We are always prepared for scrapes and mishaps. SJ Works have created a handy first aid kit just for cyclists. Their Smart phone bicycle first aid kit is designed for regular cyclists. But is it any good?

Review: SJ WORKS Smart phone bicycle First Aid Kit

The Smart phone bicycle first aid kit straps onto the crossbar of your bike with adjustable velcro straps. It has a waterproof section where you can keep your smart phone and there’s a rubber headphone port for your headphone lead. This means you can use your phone (carefully obviously) hands-free when cycling.

The kit itself is comprehensive and well thought out. It contains pretty much everything you could need in a minor bump or scrape.

The bicycle first aid kit includes…

  • An American Red Cross First Aid Guide
  • 6 Antiseptic Towelettes
  • 5 Easy Access Bandage 3*1″
  • Easy Access Bandage x5 3/4*3″
  • 5 Junior Easy Access Bandage 3/8×1.5″
  • Butterfly Wound Closures x5
  • 2 Sterile Non-Adherent Pads 2″x3″
  • 2 Sterile Non-woven sponges2″x2″2pcs/pk 4ply
  • A Sterile Eye Pad
  • 1 Pressure Bandages 2″x2″
  • 1 Pressure Bandages 3″x3″
  • A1 Triangular Bandage 42″x42″x59″ nonwoven
  • 1 Tape Roll 1/2″x10yds.
  • 1 Emergency Blanket 38″x60″
  • A 3.5mm Headphone Extention Cord M/F
  • 1 SJ Works Reflect strip
  • 1 Security Seal

The kit is CE & FDA Approval and meets the ISO13485 International Standard required for kits of this nature. All of the medical components are sterile ready for use.

Review: SJ WORKS Smart phone bicycle First Aid Kit

As with all kits you should regularly check and update the contents so everything is in date and ready for use should you need to use any of the plasters, dressings or other components. The SJ WORKS Smart phone solution bicycle first aid kit is currently available for £33 from Amazon.

What do I think? I think if you are a regular cyclist, maybe for commuting or for going long distances on weekends, then a first aid kit is an essential you should carry with you. I like how it keeps your smart phone safe and dry while you’re out cycling. Knowing that you have a comprehensive kit close to hand gives you peace of mind if an accident happens.

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