Can You Suggest Home Care Bags that You USE or LOVE?

  1. I have to order some bags for my company to give to our nurses.. I wanted something that went over the shoulder, with good organization pockets and space.. and a pocket in front for their Antibacterial... I've been scouring online, and I am getting a lot of sites that I am afraid to order from...

    What bags do you use given to you by the company you work for or have purchased for yourself.. I am also hoping t put our logo on these bags if possible!
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    Specialty: 7 year(s) of experience in Medical Surgical and Telemetry


  3. by   paradiseboundRN
    I personally love the Hopkins bags and
  4. by   annaedRN
    We too use the Hopkins bags. We had the LARGE bag with the shoulder strap and they switched us to the smaller more messenger style bag. While I like the style and the amount of sections, pockets, etc...they aren't as durable as the big ones. two of us the the zippers tear right off after only about 3 months.
  5. by   milrn59
    I have used several types of bags...ones from local retail stores and ones from catalogs. I found that the Hopkins bags met my needs the best. They are a little more expensive, but have paid off in the long run. You can have your logo put on the bag also.
  6. by   Sana2007
    Hopkins has a lot of variety. But be sure to think twice before ordering the roll ons with wheels because there are some issues of how to keep the bottom clean if you are rolling it on the ground.
  7. by   cynthiamc
    Nursemates has a nice bag in a small array of colors. You can find it in Nurses Station or go to I have a gray bag and I'm pleased with it although I didn't do much shopping around.
  8. by   KateRN1
    Quote from paradiseboundRN
    I personally love the Hopkins bags and
  9. by   caliotter3
    I use a standard back pack from Jansport, the larger variety with many pockets. I used to use a vinyl bag that I bought on sale at a discount store. It was my favorite because it was waterproof. I used it for years until it just wore out.
  10. by   RN'n'AZ
    Diaper bags are great, and not only do they make some very durable ones, be style-wise even those that dads would feel comfortalbe sporting. They are usually easy to clead due to the intended nature of their use. Lol Babies'R'Us is where I shop . . . They have a few other things there that I have found useful as well. Thanks!
  11. by   GrumpyRN63
    My bag ripped pretty quickly, I am now using a computer backpack - bought at a retail store. I/m not putting my computer in it, although I probably could, it's got lots of pockets and divisions/sections inside so I can separate my dirty/clean, everything is easily accessible and much lighter, and throw it over the back of a chair in the pts home
  12. by   TAANDOHRN
    I have a great bag that I bought from Walmart. It is actually a tool bag called Fat Max. Hard bottom and soft sides. It has a lot of compartments on the inside as well as the outside. Also has 2 great places to hang and secure a couple of scissors and kelly clamps. My bag has been going strong for more than 2yrs with no rips, or bust pockets or zippers. I love it! I bought it from wal mart for less than 20 bucks. I believe the brand name is Stanley. Hope that helps.