Add a PAK to your EDC kit

The PAK personal accessories kit isn’t exactly a gadget, but it could be an important part of your everyday carry kit.  There are three sizes – the Original, Mini, and Micro – that are packed with an assortment of things that you might need on a daily basis or in an emergency.  Each kit comes in your choice of a black or green bag, and each bag comes with an optional shoulder strap so it can be carried alone.  Inside, you’ll get a variety of products, and the selection depends on the size of the bag.  The items include: antibiotic cream, bandages, two little boxes to hold medicines or other small items; toothbrush, paste, and floss; hand sanitizer and tissues; nail file and clippers; deodorant wipe and other items.  The Original is $50, the Mini is $40, and the Micro is $30.  You can also buy refills of the products from PAK as you need them.  You’ll be easily able to find what you need because “PAK’s patent pending, compartmentalized design secures content in place so the kit cannot become a disorganized mess.”  The PAK kits are available at the PAK website; check there for a store locator to see if you can purchase the kits locally.  (Click the photo for a larger view.)

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  • Hai Vu November 1, 2012, 11:35 am

    I like it when they put breath spray right next to hair spray (see picture of the micro. It’s like putting cough syrup next to rat poison in the same cabinet.

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  • Janet Cloninger November 1, 2012, 12:02 pm

    @Hai Vu I’m sure you could rearrange the bottles, and they are color coded. Otherwise, the hairspray will help you keep a stiff upper lip. ;)

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