Rolling backpack? - page 3

Hey guys! I start nursing school in January and I'm on the hunt for a rolling backpack! Does anybody have any opinions or recommendations for a nice rolling backpack?? Thank you for your help!!... Read More

  1. Visit  CrazierThanYou profile page
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    Several of my classmates (me included!) have these bags.

    Amazon.com: Olympia Rolling Shopper Tote: Clothing

    It's roomy and we all love it!
  2. Visit  heavenbound profile page
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    I have a nice leather rolling briefcase that works for me. I purchased it from Wilson's leather for approximately $90.00. It's very spacious and holds everything I need.
  3. Visit  Nurse Connie profile page
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    I have the High Sierra backpack pictured and it is great. But honestly, I only used it a few times before I realized I really didn't need it. We're not required to bring our textbooks to class, the only one we need sometimes is our lab manual and that is a normal size paperback. i would wait and see if you really need one before you buy it. BTW, i got mine on Ebay, new with tags.
  4. Visit  Kaybee24 profile page
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    2nd the L.L. Bean it's really nice and comes in more than one color. Pricey but sturdy.
  5. Visit  ORnurseCT profile page
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    LL Bean here also[CODE][/CODE]
  6. Visit  GeneralJinjur profile page
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    I bought one from the Samsonite outlet. It broke after the first year, but Samsonite replaced it over the summer, so that was cool. The tall handle ripped out of the replacement in about 8 months. I think it was my 11 pound Med/Surg book that put it under.
  7. Visit  FLDoula profile page
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    Quote from Pneumothorax
    theres a girl at school who acutally uses a medium rolling carry on bag and carries all her stuff in there.

    im good with my backpack & one binder.i could never figure out what ppl carry in those giant bags.. ?

    I'm sure I carry more than I need in my rolling backpack but unfortunately I live 35 miles one way from school so I carry extra stuff.... During A&P and Micro we had to wear enclosed shoes for lab....so I carried those. I also carry water bottles, lunch, female "things." During my first semester while living in Orlando I wrecked my shoulder carrying a backpack.
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  8. Visit  ORnurseCT profile page
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    Quote from yginay
    rolling deluxe book pack: school backpacks at l.l.bean

    pricey perhaps but worth it. love mine!
    these are 49% off only $39.99 right now
    [color=#3c3c35]rolling book pack deluxe, print
    http://www.llbean.com/llb/shop/70472?feat=305-cl1
  9. Visit  KeeperMom profile page
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    I have this backpack but in solid brown I am wanting to sell.
    http://www.ebags.com/product/janspor...uctid=10009462

    I am almost finished with school and I no longer use it. I just used it for 2 semesters and it is in great condition. If anyone is interested send me a PM and I'll give you the details.

    meredith
  10. Visit  tkm2005 profile page
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    Honestly you probably aren't going to need one of those ridicilous rolling backpacks! You don't have to carry all of your books at once, during lecture you will probably be focused on PowerPoints anyway. To save some $$ why don't you go to the first day of class, see what books you need to take, then determine what size bag you will need. We ended up only taking one book to class, so I took my book, a notebook, pencil, pen, & highlighter. Much easier, and nothing is more annoying than getting your toe rolled over by a rolling backpack!
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  11. Visit  CuriousMe profile page
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    I have a rolling backpack that I never use. I found that I hurt my back more with the rolling backpack, due to having to haul the thing up & down stairs.

    I prefer my good quality backpack with a chest clip and waist belt. Once it's on my back properly (ie don't try and wear a heavy backpack on just one shoulder) and cinched properly (ie, not loose and hanging down my back)....it's really comfortable.
  12. Visit  CrazierThanYou profile page
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    Quote from tkm2005
    Honestly you probably aren't going to need one of those ridicilous rolling backpacks! You don't have to carry all of your books at once, during lecture you will probably be focused on PowerPoints anyway. To save some $$ why don't you go to the first day of class, see what books you need to take, then determine what size bag you will need. We ended up only taking one book to class, so I took my book, a notebook, pencil, pen, & highlighter. Much easier, and nothing is more annoying than getting your toe rolled over by a rolling backpack!
    We're all different but I couldn't live without mine!


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