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Arsenal® 5210 Small Trauma Bag

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Small Trauma Bag: Foam padded sides and reflective trim. Easily stowed.

Features

  • 600D polyester w/ reinforced backing
  • ID card window
  • Reflective stripe
  • 16.5in L 10in W x 7in H (42cm x 25cm x 18cm) overall dimensions
  • 11.5in x 10in x 7in (29cm x 25cm x 18cm) main hold
  • Two 2.5in x 8in x 4.5in (6cm x 20cm x 11cm) side pockets
  • 930 ci. (15 l)

Application

  • Fire Fighters
  • EMTs
  • Police
  • Public Safety
MSRP
$45.75
4.15 out of 5 stars
Based on 3 reviews, 83% of customers recommend this item.
4.15
3
3 reviews
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ITEM # 5210
Availability: In stock

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Small Trauma Bag: Foam padded sides and reflective trim. Easily stowed.

Features

  • 600D polyester w/ reinforced backing
  • ID card window
  • Reflective stripe
  • 16.5in L 10in W x 7in H (42cm x 25cm x 18cm) overall dimensions
  • 11.5in x 10in x 7in (29cm x 25cm x 18cm) main hold
  • Two 2.5in x 8in x 4.5in (6cm x 20cm x 11cm) side pockets
  • 930 ci. (15 l)

Application

  • Fire Fighters
  • EMTs
  • Police
  • Public Safety

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Arsenal® 5210 Small Trauma Bag

Customer Ratings and Reviews

4.15 out of 5 stars
Based on 3 reviews, 83% of customers recommend this item.
4.15
3
3 reviews
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Arsenal® 5210 Small Trauma Bag
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    Ricky Perez

    Reviewed on May 05, 2016

    As with the trauma back pack I received this was also well made. The lack of compartment space limited me to what I could and could not carry. This worked well for me on some side jobs were a lower level of BLS was needed. Overall I would suggest this bag to anyone needing to utilize this as secondary first responder jump bag or someone working an event where you might be limited to what and how much you can carry.

    Ergoman Says

    Thanks for the review Ricky! It sounds like the biggest issue you had was that the bag was too small for your needs. Maybe think about trying the 5215 or the 5216 Gear Bags for larger options!

    Please Note: This review is of product that was provided to the user free of charge.

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    Jonathan Hamon

    Reviewed on Sep 03, 2016

    I packed this full of medical supplies, and took it offroad and to Global Fest, it didnt get used much, thank heavens, but it did get bounced around, picked up and dropped, many times. Apart from being a little dirtier, its like brand new. I will continue to give it the abuse a medical bag should, with full confidence that it will continue to perform!

    Please Note: This review is of product that was provided to the user free of charge.

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    Kelly Greenlee

    Reviewed on Aug 09, 2013

    Referring back to my review of the Arsenal 5243 backpack trauma bag, the issue was space. An idea occurred so I tried the 5210 bag. Working a Special Olympics event I was able to attach the small 5210 bag to the bottom of the 5243 Backpack using the available shoulder strap. It wasn’t pretty but it was VERY effective. I had even more space to carry the items I needed without have to dig everything out of the backpack. I was able to still secure the backpack while the smaller 5210 trauma bag dangled from the bottom. Carrying it up and down bleachers and through the maze of playing fields I was able to achieve the dexterity to maneuver through the crowds. I’m very happy with this set up even if it wasn’t intended. Very easy to grab and go and doesn’t take up a lot of space while still carrying the necessary equipment needed for the first responder.

    Please Note: This review is of product that was provided to the user free of charge.

  • Tenacious Tester Tenacious
    Tester

    Ricky Perez

    Reviewed on May 05, 2016

    As with the trauma back pack I received this was also well made. The lack of compartment space limited me to what I could and could not carry. This worked well for me on some side jobs were a lower level of BLS was needed. Overall I would suggest this bag to anyone needing to utilize this as secondary first responder jump bag or someone working an event where you might be limited to what and how much you can carry.

    Ergoman Says

    Thanks for the review Ricky! It sounds like the biggest issue you had was that the bag was too small for your needs. Maybe think about trying the 5215 or the 5216 Gear Bags for larger options!

    Please Note: This review is of product that was provided to the user free of charge.

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    Tester

    Jonathan Hamon

    Reviewed on Sep 03, 2016

    I packed this full of medical supplies, and took it offroad and to Global Fest, it didnt get used much, thank heavens, but it did get bounced around, picked up and dropped, many times. Apart from being a little dirtier, its like brand new. I will continue to give it the abuse a medical bag should, with full confidence that it will continue to perform!

    Please Note: This review is of product that was provided to the user free of charge.

    Tenacious Tester Tenacious
    Tester

    Kelly Greenlee

    Reviewed on Aug 09, 2013

    Referring back to my review of the Arsenal 5243 backpack trauma bag, the issue was space. An idea occurred so I tried the 5210 bag. Working a Special Olympics event I was able to attach the small 5210 bag to the bottom of the 5243 Backpack using the available shoulder strap. It wasn’t pretty but it was VERY effective. I had even more space to carry the items I needed without have to dig everything out of the backpack. I was able to still secure the backpack while the smaller 5210 trauma bag dangled from the bottom. Carrying it up and down bleachers and through the maze of playing fields I was able to achieve the dexterity to maneuver through the crowds. I’m very happy with this set up even if it wasn’t intended. Very easy to grab and go and doesn’t take up a lot of space while still carrying the necessary equipment needed for the first responder.

    Please Note: This review is of product that was provided to the user free of charge.

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