Stat Gear Auto Survival Kit Overview by Equip 2 Endure

Adam received an Auto Survival Kit from Stat Gear Tools several months ago. He’s had it in his vehicle putting it to the test a time or two. Check out his review and stay tuned for Final Review & Giveaway coming soon!

Product Specs
Our new emergency Auto Survival Kit attaches to the passenger side sun visor of your car and includes:

1 T3 Tactical Auto Rescue Tool
1 Re-usable Eco Glow Stick
2 Pair of nitrile gloves
2 4×4 gauze pads
2 Large adhesive bandages
10 regular sized adhesive bandages
4 roller gauze bandages
1 Latex elastic bandage
2 instant ice packs
4 Alcohol prep pads
1 Roll of medical tape
1 Triangular bandage w/ 2 safety pins
2 Antibiotic ointment
1 Tweezers
1 Emergency Drinking Water

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  1. Kristyanna Virgona N1DHD/6
    Kristyanna Virgona N1DHD/6 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    not worth the money Adam. I was an EMT/Paramedic in NYC-EMS back in the 1972-78. I kept more stuff in my pockets when I worked then what's in that kit.

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  2. zero11010
    zero11010 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    This is an interesting looking kit for people who live in more rural environments.  I wouldn't use this in an urban city.

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  3. David LaZelle
    David LaZelle 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    The water is to wash a wound, I would think

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  4. Mike Brank
    Mike Brank 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    I would do away with the water too and maybe throw an irrigation syringe in there combined with your case of bottled water you should be set

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  5. wb5mgr
    wb5mgr 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    I have to wonder what would happen to this kit in a crash? Would it not go flying off that visor and bounce off the windshield ricocheting back toward the passengers? Hopefully it has been tested under these conditions… Possibly it does not weigh enough to be of great concern, but with the knife loaded in the side pocket might not be trivial. I tend to keep all my gear stowed in the back seat, though I do keep a glass breaker handy at the drivers position. 

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  6. ericrose4725
    ericrose4725 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    One cold compress and one quick clot , would have been better than two compresses.

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  7. FamilyMedic
    FamilyMedic 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    I encourage you to take a class in first aid :).

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  8. Eric B
    Eric B 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    This isn't really a survival kit it's a first aid kit.

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  9. adam gartner
    adam gartner 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    I thought you didnt like drinking from plastic

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  10. sabr686
    sabr686 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    It's a nice little pack.  I can see some city folks buying this kit, people who don't want to fiddle around customizing their own kit, or people who don't really know a lot about putting together their own FAK.  But the price point, for me at least, is prohibitive.  Don't need the tool, the items enclosed are curious, and not enough of what I think I really need in a car kit.  Thanks for showing, Adam.

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  11. Michael McDonald
    Michael McDonald 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    I'm concerned that a perhaps overwrought officer would see the Black Tactical pouch and knife, yell WEAPON to his partner and then bad things would ensue.

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  12. MsRotorwings
    MsRotorwings 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    It is important to have a med kit accessible to the driver. The bag itself seems to be good. But, you could put a much better kit together for over $$60. As a medical person myself I couldn't recommend buying this item.

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  13. baddogdan
    baddogdan 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    I'd probably ditch the knife and put a resqme tool on for cost effectiveness , ditch the ace bandage, add a cat tourniquet just because I like havering them, add a few more 4×4's , and two triangular bandages , I'd also probably ditch the drinking water and throw a bottle of water in my glove box or something just to save space on the kit all in all it's a very good idea and fills a void in the Ems market the things I would change are solely my personal preference and might not hold a lot of water with someone else who would purchase this kit

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    HUNGRY GAMING 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    Working on producing survival kits,would help heaps if you could check it out and perhaps get one of your own

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  15. billy jack
    billy jack 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    Hi Adam, Sounds silly, but could you do a Vid on Breaking a car window and cutting the seat belt? plus give us some tips on what to look for or what to avoid.

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  16. investigator76
    investigator76 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    Nice kit. Over all, I dig the case itself, and how it sits on the visor. I think its a bit on the expensive side, but still a good kit for emergency response. Nice review, thanks.

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  17. TheBushnut
    TheBushnut 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    I'd get rid of the water and cold packs add some quick clot and some larger compression bandages. maybe a mylar blanket, imagine the things you might need if you came upon a single vehicle in the ditch or were first on the scene of an accident.

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  18. Florida Prepper
    Florida Prepper 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    Time for a new car EDC video!

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  19. joenkrystel
    joenkrystel 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    The water could be for someone that has heat exhaustion possibly 

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  20. TheGrizzlyHillbilly
    TheGrizzlyHillbilly 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    Or you can go to Walmart back in the auto section. FAK $10 which has a lot more than that. A 3in1 Glass Breaker, Seat Belt Cutter & Flashlight is about $7-10.

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  21. Mongoose.echo
    Mongoose.echo 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    Best way to take out a side window is with an "automatic center punch"
    (a spring loaded spike, just push it up against the glass)  

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  22. mynineridesshotgun
    mynineridesshotgun 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    Hey Adam, to create pressure with a standard plastic water bottle (like you said for flushing a wound) you can poke a small hole in the plastic cap to the bottle with your knife with the cap still on.  You can then squeeze the bottle and get a lot of pressure in a small stream.  -Chris

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  23. gjvstrom
    gjvstrom 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    Blood stop and big bandages needed for auto crashes.

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  24. Gunslinger454
    Gunslinger454 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    Great video!  Chris over at PM101 reviewed this kit a few months ago.  I thought it was a cool kit then, and I still do!

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  25. riSurvival89
    riSurvival89 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    Hello Adam
    Cool thing with the Organizer the front of the car, the knife looks really hard;)
    Thank you
    LG Remo

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  26. alvachowda360
    alvachowda360 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    my dad is an E.M.T / Firefighter he made me one of those kits they are legit. it's in almost the same chase as that one. but i hang mine from the passenger headrest bars so i can still get to it easy an it is in know body's way. 

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  27. Friso van der Hoek
    Friso van der Hoek 26 June, 2016, 16:23

    Nice kit man!

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