Blue Emesis Bag 40 Oz. (1000ml) 12 Per Case
- Eliminate exposure to vomit
- Convenient closure system - twist, invert ring, and secure bag into notched ring
- Minimize spillage
- Emesis measurement
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Top Customer Reviews
These may seem expensive, but they are well design and constructed of quality materials. They are about 5 inches across and the plastic ring makes them about an inch deep when crumpled down for transport. They can be opened fully in moments. I was concerned these bags would leak, but the plastic is thick and solid and a simple twist lets you seal up all the fluids neatly. There's a little notch on the underside of the ring to close it off but I found it easier to simply twist the bag and put it inside of itself through the ring. I carried one bag loose in my purse for 3 months, and it did not leak when I finally needed it. Highly recommended!
I ordered these bags through Amazon since I couldn't find anywhere to purchase locally. Needed them right away. They came faster than expected. Worked as advertised. They are discrete looking so can be set in living room, dining room, and bedroom. No one noticed.
When needed, they worked. Able to keep vomit contained, easy to use, fits around mouth, secure closure. Ready to use in seconds.
1. They come individually "folded" so they are easy to slip into a purse or suitcase
2. When you need them, they are very easy to open and are quickly "ready for action"
3. The hard plastic ring around the top keeps the bag open during use
4. They are well made. The seals around the edge are thick, and I've never had one leak.
5. They are easy to "seal off" when full. You twist the back and it locks into one of the grooves at the bottom of the hard plastic ring at the top.
Whenever I went to the ER/Hospital, I would always make sure to get a few of these. Besides taking care of the obvious issues, it also provides you with a layer of 'security', knowing that you won't run into embarrassing situations (ever try using a grocery bag in a hurry, then find out it has a hole? paper bags aren't a great option either!).
If you have a sensitive digestive system, you definitely need these. Since these are easy to hide, I have these stored in both my and my wife's car (might even function as an emergency water cup should you get stranded in the desert ;)), her purse, and a couple of them in the house.
These bags are pretty expensive, but there is no better product in this class IMO.
The size is great for putting in my wife's purse or in my cargo pant pocket. They are made with notches in the plastic ring to allow the bag to be twisted then hooked into the notch to seal it after use. The ring itself is tapered into the bag to allow for her face to fit comfortably and the outer edge of the ring is large enough she can maintain a firm grip while in use.
If you travel with someone who has motion sickness concerns I would highly recommend these bags.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
do not want to be with these as we have a child that becomes car sick easilyPublished 14 days ago by Barbara Trenkelbach
Excellent for the car. My nephew filled a bag. So glad I had these that day.Published 21 days ago by S. Smith
A must have for those lovely long road tripa with car sick kiddos!!Published 2 months ago by Kati Ward
These bags are unavailable for purchase in the Memphis area which was a surprise to me for a City of this size. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Bill Eddings
How can you say you love barf bags??? But these are exactly like the ones in the ER and less expensive than any other place I have found them...and they do the trick. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Just the facts
Due to Meniere's Disease, I often have need for these. They are perfect, and disposable.Published 6 months ago by Beverly Noyer