First aid kit for bik­ers in a roll

The Witness - Wheels - - BIKING -

When the Aus­tralians in­vent some­thing you can bet it will be use­ful and long last­ing, like the dual flush toi­let, the plas­tic ban­knote, and now, the Orig­i­nal Res­cue Swag. Founder of this res­cue kit in a roll Tracey Beikoff (pic­tured) ex­plains the con­tainer con­verts into a sling, splint or im­mo­bil­i­sa­tion de­vice, and its 1,6 kg of packed weight con­tains ev­ery­thing a biker could need af­ter a fall or even camp­ing in­ci­dent, from serum for snake bites and gels for burn wounds, to plas­tic bag­gies for amputated body parts. The swag, of course, also con­tains that other use­ful Aussie in­ven­tion, the dis­pos­able sy­ringe.

PHOTO: SUP­PLIED

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