2018 FirstSpear Range Day – Phokus Research Group Wound Cube

We recently introduced you to the Wound Cube, a low-cost wound care training device from Phokus Research Group.


Made from silicone, the wound cube features for different wound simulations. PRG decided to introduce a blue version to denote training device. What do you think?

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6 Responses to “2018 FirstSpear Range Day – Phokus Research Group Wound Cube”

  1. dumb says:

    Wouldn’t want someone to grab that cube and think it’s a live one. Good on them for introducing a blue version.

  2. Brutal Buddha says:

    All hail the cube…

  3. Erik says:

    I saw the original one you had posted. I think the clear one lends itself well to training; most people are amazed at the sheer amount of gauze that needs to be packed into a wound.
    Either way, it’s nice to have something reusable for training; saves raiding the commissary for pork shoulders, etc.

  4. Nhero says:

    Transparent or even flesh tone. There’s no live version of a flesh cube so no need for blue.

    • charles says:

      Are you serious? You’ll have someone grab a flesh colored trainer and ND with their cube. This is why we have blue guns and blue knives.