Who We Are
Integrity– We won’t cut corners or sell substandard equipment.
Duty– It is our duty and responsibility to care for those with and around us, either with products or training or both.
They are a comforting figure, an angel, for their teammates when they are rendering, much needed emergency care to sustain life and keeping guard over them. However, they can also take on a different persona when their life, or the life of those under their care, is threatened. In that moment, they must place the mission first, neutralize the threat, whatever it may be, and become the Dark Angel that no enemy wants to face and fight.
We salute anyone who is, or has been, a Dark Angel and we also applaud those who receive the necessary training in order to use our products as you may now one day be called upon to become a Dark Angel.
You, the tester/reviewer, agree to provide upon agreeing to, signing and returning this form to Dark Angel Medical, LLC, a valid, current credit card which will have an authorization hold placed on it in the amount of $169.95 plus applicable shipping and handling fees. Nothing will be charged on this card at that time. Once an approval code is received, we will, at our cost, ship the kit to you for review.
You, the tester/reviewer, have fourteen (14) calendar days from the receipt of the D.A.R.K. to review it and show it to your agency . If the kit has not been shipped and we have not received a shipping notification, tracking number, etc, at your cost, by the close of business on the 15th calendar day, the credit card will be charged for the full retail price of the D.A.R.K. plus applicable shipping and handling fees.
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A note of caution, repeatedly taking the insert in and out of the pouch can eventually lead to friction and rubbing on some of the higher points on the insert which could lead to a loss of the seal. Once the insert is placed in the pouch, leave it in place unless it’s needed or if the kit contents expire.
Also, inspecting the kit every quarter is a good practice to have. Something important to remember is that even if the kit loses its seal, the components are still packaged in their original packaging and are still protected from the elements.
Note: customer is responsible for shipping fees.
Preparation is the key to survival.
We ship USPS Priority Mail Flat Rate and you will receive a shipping notification via email upon shipping.
That same principle applies to those who purchase a med kit. We shouldn’t even begin to approach the range or other daily activities without having it and knowing how to use it.
If you buy a first aid kit, get the proper training and learn how to utilize the kit to it’s fullest extent. Familiarize yourself with the products contained in the kit, learn what they do and how to best deploy them. If your kit comes with a tourniquet, buy an extra and learn how to stow it so that it’s readily accessible and learn how to apply it on every limb with your dominant and non-dominant hands. Apply it on your loved ones and have them apply it to you. That’s your responsibility.
We want to give you a kit with the best components. We want it packaged in a simple, easy to carry, easy to deploy package/layout. When you have to deploy our kit, we want only what needs to be in the kit to save a life. In a “time-is-life” situation, we want to put the odds in your favor.
What’s the difference between QuikClot (MIL and LE) and Celox Rapid and ChitoGauze?
The hemostatic gauze we utilize in our kits have three different compounds; Chitosan (ChitoGauze), Activated Chitosan (Celox Rapid) and Kaolin (QuikClot Combat Gauze). The Combat Gauze helps with the body's own clotting capability to assist in forming a clot while the Chitosan acts completely independent of the body’s “clotting cascade” and the gauze helps with the compression. The QuikClot Combat Gauze has absolutely no heat at all associated with it and won’t burn, while the Chitosan breaks down into glucosamine and causes no issues with folks who are allergic to shellfish, iodine or CT dye as the proteins (what we’re allergic to) are absent. It also works well with artificially “thinned” blood. Also, the Mil and LE versions of QuikClot Combat Gauze are virtually identical with the exception of the outer packaging. (The Mil gauze has the NSN printed on it whereas the LE gauze doesn’t).
The Celox Rapid is in our ST MIKE Bag, Ammo CAN and is sold as a stand-alone item.
What’s the difference in the MIL, LE and ChitoGauze kits?
-The LE kit comes with QuikClot Combat Gauze LE.
-The ChitoGauze kit comes with ChitoGauze.
-The MIL kit comes with QuikClot Combat Gauze MIL and the addition of an ARS Chest Decompression Needle and TCCC Casualty Documentation card.
****We do not cover, nor or we responsible for, replacement of any of the components of the kit if they are damaged in either normal course of wear/use or from misuse, abuse or modification. Customer proof of purchase required.****