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A First Aid Kit That Won't Clash With Your Decor

Like anything else, putting a first aid kit on the wall of your apartment has its pros and cons. While you want to be safe and provide speedy first aid to all your guests without digging around for the box, you also don't want a plastic eyesore destroying your home's chi. Understanding that things on your wall should look good, Best Made Company aims to merge great packaging, design, and safety with the Metal First Aid Kit.

There are large and small versions, depending on how accident-prone you are. Replete with everything you need to mend wounds that don't require a call for backup, the OSHA-approved kits come with wall-mounting brackets.

Though hopefully, all your supplies will stay looking like this. While this first aid kit is damn handsome, it's not something you look forward to using.


Ethan Wolff-Mann is the Gear editor of Supercompressor. He has used first aid kits on a semi-regular basis for over 20 years. Follow him on Twitter @ewolffmann.