I was fortunate enough to win the DOK by Tactical Medical Solution from Officer Survival Initiative after their Christmas Sale.
Olaes® modular bandage
Each Olaes® bandage contains:
•3 meters of sterile 4 ply gauze.
•Plastic occlusive sheet included in dressing pocket.
•Transparent pressure cup that focuses pressure on the wound and acts as an eye cup for treatment of eye injuries.
One pair of Nitrile gloves
5.5” Trauma shears
Obviously, the two components most sought are the SOF-TT and the Oales Bandage.
See my tourniquet review:
The Oales is very cool with many options in a very small package. Look it up, online, for how-to videos.
The plastic bag it all comes in is very sturdy. It is large enough, I put a Quikclot Combat Gauze LE in it and it adds no size.
The shears aren't as nice or as solid as the ones that came in my Tactical Operator's Response Kit, but I'm sure they will work. They are pretty small, but that's good, in ways.
For the price, $38, I feel it is a good buy. My issue with it is the size. It's not small enough to fit my cargo pockets in the provided bag. The Oales and SOF-TT, which I consider the most important parts of the kit , fit the cargo pocket easily. The Oales and the SOF-TT run arond $35. For the extra $3, you get the shears, face shield, gloves and tape. All of the extras, except the tape, can easily go in that same cargo pocket.
Personally, I would rather buy this and a Quikclot (or equivelant) over the Phokus kits and save several dollars. The Phokus doesn't come with a tourniquet. Then, you only need a chest seal (or a plastic bag and some tape, like the one your DOK comes with).
The DOK with Quikclot LE would run around $93. The cheaper Phokus comes in at $128.
I believe the Phokus will now come with SWAT tourniquets, but those can be had for much cheaper than the SOF-TT or the CAT.