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Rolling tote

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I am really considering getting this rolling tote in black. It's really cute for nursing school, but I'm wondering if it will last the whole 2 years with our many books we will need. What backpacks or totes are you considering?:blink:

P.S. Do you notice the little nursing symbols on the bag?:)

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mindofmidwifery is a ADN and specializes in ICU Stepdown.

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That's soooo cute :laugh: have you read any online reviews about it? Make sure you do that before getting it, because it may fall apart after a semester. I have a North Face backpack that I've had for about a year now. I LOVE it. I carry books and my laptop in there, and I'm surprised because the support is so good. The previous backpack I had hurt my back and shoulders, but I had just got it for looks.

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Really adorable bag! Can you post the link to the website so we can look at the reviews and info?

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191 Posts; 5,160 Profile Views

Never mind I found it on Amazon....It has really great reviews

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Bubbly26 has 4 years experience as a ASN, RN and specializes in Oncology,ICU.

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I actually have this tote lol. I got it from my campus bookstore and I love it so far.

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i got tired of carrying the heavy nursing books, so i saw a youtube vid where another student nurse broke the spine of the book and just took out the pages. I did that, it was kind of painful seeing the extensive book torn apart, but it saved me.

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I had that tote for nursing school also. Now I use it like luggage for the lake or short trips. So yep it is durable considering I bought mine in 2007.

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I had one like that. (I will preface the following by saying I am one of those people who lug everything to class) The weight of my books squashed the wheel...didn't break it, didn't bend it, I mean like "holy moly pull off in the berm, I have a flat on my school bag" squashed. The following semester I bought a JWorld rolling backpack. I ended up liking it better because it has lots of compartments, and I have used it the last two semesters with no problems.

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Ks mommy nurse has 10 years experience and specializes in SNF, home health.

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I know this post is over a year old. I somehow ended up here after buying this same bag for $20 at Tj Max.I'll be using this bag for sure😉

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