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No you need to buy the burn kit
Pink princess 97
· 26 June 2021
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I’ve just purchased one of these. The product came with items expired in 2021
Sj
· 19 February 2022
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It's all written on the list in the description in the images on the left.
william robinson
· 03 April 2022
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HSE = Health and safety executive. Hope this helps.
Andrew Mapp
· 03 June 2021
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Though most bandages technically do not have a listed expiry date, they can lose their adhesiveness, absorption, and sterility over time. When asking how long bandages last, the average is roughly 3 to 5 years depending on the bandage and the environment it is stored in.
Warren Garcha
· 07 March 2022
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Only comes in green unfortunatly but there are bags u can get kitted out in red
Warren Garcha
· 26 March 2022
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2024-2025
Warren Garcha
· 07 May 2022
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Quite a few,with different things stored within these
june
· 06 September 2021
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I would say yes it's a good bag lots in it .and a little room to add some. Hope this helps
Kindle Customer
· 06 September 2021
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The kit was gifted so I didn’t actually see the item.
Jules M
· 27 March 2022