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BAND-AID® Brand TOUGH STRIPS™ Bandages XL, 10 Count

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5 months 2 days ago

Pure garbage compared to the old product

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State: Massachusetts
Age: 55 to 64
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The "OLD" Tough Strips had pad that reached the full width of the bandage, the "NEW LOOK" does not - more money for less coverage, and the chances of not being able to cover the wound are greatly increased. Why companies feel they need to "improve" items that are perfect as they are beats the heck out of me.
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JSD
Location: 
Revere
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5 years 3 months ago

This is just I need...

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State: Michigan
Age: 55 to 64
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Product is perfect for hard working hands. The adhesive is terrifically stubborn and when you work constantly with your hands (I'm a cabinet maker) the last thing you need is a bandage that falls off half way through the project. This one goes the distance. My biggest criticism? I can only find them in boxes of 10. Someone please direct me to where I can get them in bulk. A great product.
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Steve the cabinet maker
Location: 
Sterling Heights
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1 year 7 months ago

Sizes on your website?

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State: New York
Age: 65 or over
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Would be really nice if you could show the sizes of the bandages on this website. Sending my husband out to purchase bandaids is impossible, without being able to specify the size I require. "All one size" means nothing to me if I am attempting to cover a wound. I must know what sizes you have available. I recommend the product but not the website for information, which is why I went on it.
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Peg
Location: 
Kent
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3 years 1 month ago

Absolutely superior to any other product!!!

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State: Texas
Age: 25-34
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I had a horrible affliction that affected my heels. NO OTHER SIZE OR BRAND WORKED. I thank God that these exist.
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Mati Mati
Location: 
Kyle
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3 years 2 months ago

Stays on through showers & frequent washings

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State: Texas
Age: 65 or over
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I like cycling, which often results in minor wounds. These bandages stay on for several days despite showers, frequent washing of hands, domestic chores and the like. They are great for me, and I urge J&J to continue offering them. Athletes and active people of all ages will use them when they find out about them.
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Rex
Location: 
San Antonio
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7 years 3 months ago

The Best Band-Aid Ever

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State: Michigan
Age: 35-44
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It's like a duct-tape band-aid. The waterproof Tough-Strips are the best band-aids i have ever used. I had a cleaning job at a school and I got a cut on one of my fingers. I went to the store and bought a box of these. I cleaned the wound and the surrounding skin before applying the band-aid. This is a serious band-aid. I had my hand in dirty water and filth all shift and the band-aid did not slip, move, leak, or loosen. After my experience, the Band-Aid waterproof Tough-Strips, all sizes, are the only self adhesive bandages I purchase.
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Kalamazoo
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4 months 3 weeks ago

New ones are no good

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State: Iowa
Age: 45-54
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I don’t like the new ones. The old ones were perfect for my needs. The new ones are not at all useful.
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NotHappy
Location: 
Urbandale
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3 years 4 months ago

Best bandage out there

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State: Michigan
Age: 55 to 64
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My husband and I are both on blood thinners. That means we have to keep a wound covered until it is almost healed otherwise we risk losing the scab and starting all over. These band aids seal all four sides and keeps anything getting into the wound and the bandaid stays on even during a shower. Absolutely love these.
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Sketchsmom
Location: 
Shelby Twp
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