The Condor EMT Lite is the redesigned personal version of the MA41 Rip Away EMT. It’s compact design is great to hold a complete first aid kit for a single person, while the outside webbing can hold additional MOLLE Attachments or chem-lights. It features a grab handle for quick tear-away transfers or load out switching, as well as a quick access pull tongue to open the pouch. Features: * Rip away hook back with loop panel secure with quick release buckle * Clam-shell design * Grab Handle * Hook

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  1. Paul Soutar says:
    36 of 37 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Easy rip-away and ready access in a well-built small EMT pouch, September 6, 2016
    Paul Soutar (Derby, KS United States) –

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    I previously purchased the Condor Rip-Away EMT Pouch (Black), this product’s big brother, and like it very much, but it is a bit large for some of my applications, like attaching to a chest rig or a lite bug-out bag. After a long and fruitless search for a slightly smaller IFAK or Trauma kit pouch that would work equally well attached to my gear or ripped away a price under $30 this was the obvious and happy choice. The EMT Lite. like its big brother, uses a velcro rip-away attachment and molle webbing to attach to but quickly detach from anything with molle. Mine usually rides on the end of a 5.11 Bug-out bag. By eyeball guesstimate has about half the volume of the full-size EMT but some small compromises in what’s packed inside let the EMT Lite be a fully-functional trauma bag. On one side inside the pouch is a pocket and several elastic loops, the other side just has the loops. Condor continues to amaze me as construction is just as awesome as on the bigger EMT bag. I was able to easily pack mine with:
    1 SOFTT-W Gen 3 Tourniquet (attached with elastic to the top for quick access)
    2 Celox powder 2g
    1 Israeli Bandage – 4â?
    2 3� X 5 yard rolled gauze
    1 Triangular Bandage (cravat)
    1 3� carabiner and 1� key ring (make tourniquet with cravat)
    3 4�x4� gauze pad
    2 2″ X 3″ Non-Adherent Pad w/ Adhesive
    3 packets petroleum jelly (use on pads to make burn or non-stick dressing)
    1 Duct Tape 2� x 100�
    1 EMT shears, 5.5�
    2 pair Nitrile medical gloves
    1 Sharpie, black regular size
    1 Nasopharyngeal Airway (28F)
    2 tongue depressor (clear airway or finger splint)
    2 Hyfin Vent Compact Chest Seals
    1 NAR ARS 14ga Needle
    Individual use packs of antibiotic ointment, antiseptics, wipes, medication

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  2. 14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect IFAK, September 20, 2016

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    This review is from: CONDOR 191031: RIP AWAY EMT LITE
    This is Condors smaller EMT Pouch perfect for an IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit). Personally I feel that it is a great size for the essentials without making your gear too big and bulky that it gets in the way. The coolest part of this pouch for me is its ability to rip away.

    This item is actually two main parts that work together:
    1 The pouch. Which on the back is all velcro
    2 A panel of velcro that has molle on the back of it.

    This is how the pouch can be ripped away but the molle stays on your gear and the pouch can be rapidly put back on.

    TIP: When you get the item, unclip the retaining strap. Rip away the pouch from the velcro panel this will make it much easier to weave the molle onto your gear. Since you will only have to fight against the panel and not the pouch too!

    Speaking of the molle.. the molle straps are removable, ie they are not sewn down to the panel but weaved in themselves. This IMO is because the retaining strap and its clip is sewn on to the velcro pannel. So what you can do is remove the molle straps and flip the panel around and thread them in. By doing so you have changed the retaining clip to the bottom! I put my pouch on my MOPC’s cummerbund on my off hand side toward the back. I haven’t done this yet but need to remove and re-weave my gear like this with the clip on the bottom because I think it will make it much easier to open.

    UPDATE: Since writing the review gone ahead and flipped the molle straps and re-weaved the velcro panel upside-down.
    It works great!
    Its so much easier to reach behind yourself with your off hand and release the buckle when it is on the bottom. I now also place the pouch upside down as well because I can grab the rip away handle and rip upward and the pouch comes right off.

    The pouch also features a long strip of velcro on the front of it to put patches such as a medical cross, blood type and allergy patches.
    Seen on mine in the photo is Condors Medic patch in black and red.

    If you found anything helpful in this review, I would appreciate you taking the time to click so below! Thanks!

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  3. MacGyver says:
    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good for blow out kit, September 5, 2015

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    I like this kit because of its size. It doesn’t take up much room on a battle belt yet holds everything I need in a blow out kit. Best part is the Velcro. I don’t have to remove any gear to get to it so it can stay out of the way and is readily accessible in an emergency.

    If you want to use this as a first aid kit, you could do that. It doesn’t have enough space in my professional opinion to be an effective first aid kit. Minor scrapes and cuts can be treated later, don’t waste the real estate on your rig (carrier or battle belt) to carry polysporin and band aids.

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