Band-Aid Brand Adhesive Bandages, Variety Pack, 280 Count
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on December 22, 2011
This is a great box of band-aids that has everything you could possibly need. The band-aids stay on and do their job protecting cuts. I would recommend this box of band-aids for your first aid supplies.
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67 of 84 people found the following review helpful
on March 7, 2012
I did not think a "Band-aid" would warrant a review but thought otherwise yesterday. These bandaids are cheaply made and very strange. I have found similiar types bought in a dollar store to be better.

DO NOT use these bandaids on a child or an older person. I am not sure what the adhesive material is but once on your skin the only way to get it off is by Carefully peeling, piece by piece, as though you were taking a rubber covering off of something.

Yesterday, was not the first time I used one of this particular brand of "Band-Aids" from my box, but it was the first time skin came off with the adhesive. I had a cut I needed to keep clean while I worked with house plants. The bandaid got dirty but not wet. I had trouble getting it off. I have learned getting the bandaid wet really makes it worse. Thinking the last section would come off with no problem, I gentley pulled and a section of healthly skin came off with it.
I hate waste. These bandaids are dangerous in my opinion. Mine are going in the trash. Sending them back to Amazon would amount to nothing. Johnson and Johnson's quality has fallen so far off the grid by their outsourcing they no longer seem to care.
Bottom line--if you do use this Band-Aid Brand Adhesive Bandage be aware of potential problems with the adhesive strip.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on August 6, 2012
We never seem to have Bandaids around when we needed them so I ordered these. They arrived quickly and contain lots and lots of Bandaids. They are of the no frills variety, meaning your traditional old-school Bandaid. No flexible fiber bands or anything. There are tons of bandaids in here. All sizes and shapes. Great if you have kids who often get hurt, or if you are accident prone. You'll always have a Bandaid in the house with this pack.

Pros: Cheap,Lots and lots of Bandaids, all sizes and shapes.

Cons: Very basic band-aids, not very sticky.
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32 of 40 people found the following review helpful
on February 5, 2013
Absolute garbage. Some of the bandages don't stick and others stick so much that your skin literally gets pulled off. I don't know what formula they are using to create the adhesives but this new formula is not better than the ones my pediatrician used back in the late 90s. And the other reviewers were also right about how disordered it is on the inside of the box. Would never purchase again, Amazon please remove this from your catalog and offer us some quality things which you are known for.
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27 of 34 people found the following review helpful
on January 28, 2012
To add the to review titled "cheap as can be", I would like to add my reactions. The band-aid which is so thin, and sticky, that it comes apart is also hard on the skin. After 24 hours on a cut, I removed the band-aid. It was very difficult to remove, and then I noticed my skin was numb where the band-aid had been. Some days later that skin peeled off and now my skin is back to normal.

I would like to avoid this type of band-aid, but since every type of band-aid comes in the identical wrapper it is difficult to tell which type I have. Some types don't stick too well and others stick too much. All in the same wrapper. Why not color code the wrappers so we could know and remember which type works for us?

Over the years we have seen different band-aid types, none of which seem as good as the original which would stick on for days, without being too sticky, or harmful to the skin.

Band-aid seems to change for the sake of change, without real improvement. BTW- can any band-aid be opened without simply tearing the wrapper for instance?

Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be any competition, and therefore, evidently not a real effective band-aid.

Update 9/24/2013 - I just found that Kroger now has a bandage, [sheer bandages], that stays on for at least some washings, come off without coming apart, and don't numb your skin.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on June 13, 2012
These are great band aids but they are not sticky enough, i have tried other Band-Aid brand type of band aids but these can be sticker. I used these for my elbow area and these always came out. They stick better on other parts of your body but anywhere that has movement, these are not going to work well. I did like the assortment though and the number of band aids but definitely not for areas that have movement because from my experience, they come off easily.

The other issue i had was that was with ointment, like neosporin, these tend to slide of sometimes. So again with the sticky issue.

I tried using these while i worked out at the gym and they came off easily from sweat.

Overall they are average band-aids but they are not for areas that move or people that work out due to their lack of stickiness.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on March 22, 2012
I'm so sick of adhesive bandages (and face it - we all call them band-aids!) falling off and not sticking. And I've tried the more expensive sports and waterproof ones and (yes, I admit it) I have tried the other less expensive brands, but go through them like water, because they just don't stick. These basic Band-Aid brand adhesive bandages get the job done and STICK! AND this huge, very inexpensive pack has LOTS of different sizes for all of our possible needs. I hope I don't go through them too quickly, but I will likely purchase another box, just in case!

This package includes the following:

8 Comfort-Flex Sheer 1.75" x 4"
120 Comfort-Flex Sheer 1" x 3"
40 Comfort-Flex Clear .75" x 3"
82 Comfort-Flex Sheer .625" x 2.25"
30 Comfort-Flex Clear Spots .875" x .875"
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on August 20, 2011
Where we work, we go through a lot of band-aids! So, when I saw that I could purchase a box of 280 assorted band-aids, I was excited!

When they arrived, I was even more excited. 280 assorted band-aids... WOW!

Since the box is an assortment of band-aids, there are some that are not going to be used as much as others, however the price alone made the purchase well worth it.

These are name brand band-aids that most people use at one time or another, so I really can't offer a review of the product that people don't already know.

I do know this... the price was right, the product is great! I am very happy with the transaction and delivery time!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on January 4, 2015
Have you tried the new Band Aids with the "Quilt Vent" new padding they use instead of the old soft padding? Mark me down as someone who HATES the new padding. It's hard as a rock and hurts on burns or any sensitive cut or area whatsoever. I think they got rid of the soft padding to cut cost. Maybe this new padding is cheaper for them thus increasing their profits. Whatever the reason they switched to the new pad, I hate Band Aid and I'm never using them again. Use Curad it's what the hospitals and clinics use.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
My only complaint, and talk about 1st world problems, is that there is no division or paper separation between different bandaid types. Trust me, one frantic dip into the box while you're holding the finger you just sliced into with a kitchen knife and all of the various types will be mixed together. Good luck finding the small square band aid after that! But i love the combination of clear and regular bandaids. This is a good pack.
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