PerSys Medical – Hawke Survival Medical Kits

PerSys Medical has partnered up with Mykel Hawke to produce a line of Hawke Survival Medical Kits. Focusing on multitasking and lightweight portability, the kit are designed for camping, traveling, and general outdoors use. The kits come in three sizes: small, medium, and large.

The contents of each are:

Small Medical Kit

Loksak 4.5″x7″ Bag
1x Nasopharyngeal Airway w/ 2.7g of lubricant
1x Petrolatum Gauze 3″x9″
1x Green Triangular Bandage
3x Broadband Forehead Thermometer
3x Surgical Tape Cloth 1/2?x30?
3x Providone Prep Pad
3x Alcohol Prep Pad
3x Adhesive Bandage, Sheer Strips 1″x3″
3x Triple Antibiotic Ointment – .5g Foil Package
3x Gauze Sponge 2″x2″ 8-ply
3x Insect Sting & Bite Pad
3x Cotton Tip Applicator 3?
3x Adhesive Butterfly Bandage 3/8″ x 13/16″
3x Tongue Depressor
1x Blue XL Nitrile Exam Glove, Latex & Powder Free

Medium Medical Kit

Loksak 8″x11″
1x Airway 110mm
1x CPR Shield
1x WoundStop Pro Trauma Dressing 4″
1x H&H Primed Compressed Gauze
1x Swat Tactical Tounriquet, Orange
1x Latex-free Elastic Bandage 3″
1x Paramedic Shears, Black
1x Sharpie® Fine-Point, black
1x Blizzard Light, Silver
5x Povidone Prep Pad
5x Alcohol Prep Pad
5x Adhesive Bandage Sheer Strips 1″x3″
5x Triple Antiobiotic Ointment .5gr Foil Packet
5x Gauze Sponge 2″x2″ 8-ply
5x Insect Sting & Bite Pad

Also included are the entire contents of the Small Medical Kit.

Large Medical KitLarge-Kit-Sealed

Loksak 16″x24″
1x Safety Scalpel #10
1x Duct Tape 1.5″ x 30″
1x SOF Tactical Tounriquet, Orange
1x Actisplint
1x Abdominal Pad 5″x9″
2x Burn Dressings 4″x4″
1x WoundStop Pro+ Trauma Dressing 6″
3x Gauze Sponge 4″x4″ 8-ply
1x Blizzard Light, Orange
1x Nyolon Suture Black Monofilament 4-0 18″
1x Syringe, Leur Lock 5mL
1x Monoject Hypodermic Needle 14g 2″
1x EMI Med Holster Set
1x 10″x13″ 2mil Reclosable Bag
1x Windproof/Waterproof Storm Matches
2x Sterile Water Vial 3mL
1x Soap Deodorant Bar .64oz
1x Facial Tissue Pocket Pack (10 sheets)
1x Iodine Antiseptic
1x Sharps Shuttle
1x Hawke’s Special Forces Survival Handbook

Also included are the entire contents of the Small and Medium Medical Kits.

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8 Responses to “PerSys Medical – Hawke Survival Medical Kits”

  1. Whitesands says:

    So only his special forces band aids will hold my shelter together?? I don’t see anything special or proprietary here. Seems like he should’ve just written a book on how to survive with your first aid kit that you bought at Walmart. I’m over the “I was special forces,” so you obviously need my product!

    • SSD says:

      I didn’t get that at all. Perhaps you’d be willing to discuss what’s really bothering you,

      • Whitesands says:

        I have no distaste for the individual in question, first and foremost. This just seems like a very generic and basic everyday first aid kit. To start the advertisement off with his S.F. Background for something marketed to the everyday Joe seems a little out of touch with his customer base and is yet another person capitalizing on this elusive background to substantiate a product of no relevance. And to my original point, you could do this with any kit you purchase. I just don’t see anything original here. All gauze will start on fire! I’m not busting anyone’s chops here, but gauze is gauze and a band aid is a band aid. He really just seems to pitch this in a way that tries to portray that most of these basic dial purpose ideas can only be achieved with his product. Which is why I originally suggested a book on how to dual purpose general carry items!

  2. Fourthworldmedic says:

    I think Hawke has left a bad impression on folks in the past…

    • SSD says:

      What does that have to do with the product? And if it does, what specifically?

      • Jack says:

        I don’t know this guy from Adam, so I don’t have an impression of him at all, positive or negative, but you asked what him (possibly) having left a bad impression on folks in the past has to do with the product…when you lend your name to a product, then how others perceive you will carry over to how the product is received.

  3. NoPatentAirway says:

    I stopped watching the first video after the NPA. “…so that the person can have an open, breathing airway in case they have some sort of facial trauma.” Except that NPAs are contraindicated in cases of head or facial trauma. Looks like somebody let their P-Card lapse…

  4. Miclo18d says:

    Sounds like he didn’t consult his team 18D prior to inserting his cranium into his sigmoid colon.