SailorBags Newport Hanging Toiletry Kit

SailorBag Toiletry bag

SailorBags Newport Hanging Toiletry Kit

Product review:

A great, space-efficient travel organizer for all your sundries and other small essentials. Just unsnap, unfold, and hang up – no need to take everything out to get just what you need.
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With the durable material and space it is easy to use, and has the ability to hang from a shower rod or from any small hook, nail or whatever is present. When we travel to more remote or simple area it has always been important for us to keep our toiletries clean, and away from things than could make us sick. With the self enclosed pocket, and durable zipper our hygiene products wont get contaminated from bad water or handled by employee’s from third world nations. So get your gear together for your next adventure and pick up this item here. –> Hanging Toiletry Kit
Always keep certain items available for your use to include these items inside your Sailorbag toiletry kit.
Some items below can help you if you have them at the ready, and can fit into your kit.

Basic first-aid items (bandages, gauze, ace bandage, antiseptic, tweezers, scissors, and cotton-tipped applicators)

Moleskin for blisters

Aloe gel for sunburns

Digital thermometer

Oral re-hydration solution packets

Medicines

Prescription medicines you usually take

If you have a severe allergy and epinephrine has been prescribed by your doctor, bring your Epinephrine auto-injector (for example, an EpiPen).

Special notes about prescription medicines:

Pack your prescription medications in your carry-on luggage.

Pack copies of all prescriptions, including the generic names for medications.

Pack a note on letterhead stationery from the prescribing physician for controlled substances and inject-able medications.

Leave a copy of your prescriptions at home with a friend or relative.

Happy Travels,

About the author

JOHN J GENTRY'S BIO:John J Gentry is a lifelong adventure travel enthusiast and international manager, Philanthropist, and ex-solder. Spent 2011-2015 developing an international team in HsinChu, Taiwan.Early on he spent the better part of the 90’s working with the US Army in Germany, Iraq and Kuwait. For kicks, he studied in Alaska 2008-2010 international history for a greater understanding in his adventure travels.He has had some great experiences, and successes traveling around the world documenting his travels with his family via ExploreTraveler.com

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