dealslarge first aid red gear bag for $19.99 + free…

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Can someone please tell me why a red duffle bag is a good deal for $20? Now if it actually contained first aid supplies....

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@natecary: Because This deal also offers the option of upgrading to a Mystery Bag during checkout for an additional $9.99. So for $30 you you can get something else?

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@furnburn: good luck with someone picking out an item for you for that mystery bag.

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The best reason to buy this is to keep people out of your stuff, thinking its really 1st aid supplies. On the other hand, you may find your gear with blood & stuff all over it from those who needed bandages, only to find your crap.

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I got their mystery bags once, and I paid for two of them so I could see the difference between the regular and deluxe one. The items were pretty much the exact same and I don't think I could call anything in there really awesome stuff. If I got it from Woot, I would have said, eh it was only $8. But from thatdailydeal it was closer to $20 and $25.

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@wisenekt: that's strange. I almost always get their mystery bags and have never been disappointed. I don't recall whether I've ever splurged for the deluxe, but I've purchased mystery bags from nearly every site I regularly visit, just to compare (that's my excuse for spending so much on crap), and the ones from Jammin' Butter (Thatdailydeal and 13Deals) are my favorites. I've scored a few from Woot, and the best thing about them is the shared anticipation. Other sites really lack that sense of community, as far as I'm concerned, but this company has sent me lots of really useful, fun and regiftable stuff. I just wish it were cheaper. On the plus side, though, they frequently offer these deals when they offer a pretty handy backpack or tool chest or oversized Christmas stocking, so you're at least assured of getting that.

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@natecary: I was wondering the same thing. When I saw the deal, I thought, "wow, even if it's all cheap gauze bandages, that's a good deal for a huge bag of first aid supplies"... then I realized that they are only selling the bag.

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Oops... The bag is EMPTY!
Red bag of 80% nitrogen for 20 bucks?

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@belyndag: Results may vary but the time I jumped on it, it was nothing to write home about. I will say though that their shipping has gotten a lot faster. I ordered the Dr. Beer and got the package in just over a week. Before it took over a week to be put in a pending status.

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@daveinwarshington: Well, to be fair, it also contains about 20% oxygen, which could be useful in a first aid situation.

And only about 0.035% CO2, so no worries about contributing to global warming when you open the bag.

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@natecary: not sure if this bag is a great deal, they don't say what it is made from. But, I do know the quality first aid bag I got from Amazon was about $60, so for $20 this might be a good deal. Even if you just toss a pre- packaged first aid kit inside, then add a flashlight, gloves, and a knife or shears, this bag would be fine. I think it is better to buy a large bag like this so you can fill it with the first aid supplies you want and are trained to use.

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@badpookey: Bags with first aid/emergency response symbols on them should not be used for any other purpose other than first aid/emergency response. This is a no brainer. How would you like to use a canister marked Fire Extinguisher on a blaze only to find that some jerk had filled it with booze? Humor can only go so far.