Works with my needs
Loved everything.gauze.bigger gauze for wrapping.and bandages are great with velcro.Thank you
Due to cost, and self adherence it is a more affordable way to use disposable
It works well with the Velcro.
these are great. works nice. ship fast. very good seller.
Does the job well with little discomfort. Good product
Good adhesion, stretch, and value for the money.
I'm extremely pleased with this product - it performs exactly as advertised (including being non-latex). While I also like traditional self-adhering sports tape, this product is a great value because it can be reused many times. I'm older, do not exercise strenuously and therefore do not perspire a lot. This allows me to use the product many times before washing, and it holds up very well (others may need to wash it more often). Both stretchability and compression were quite adequate, though I did have to learn how to hold tape in place while stretching it. Though not self-adhering, the Velcro holds well when you get the hang of it. I recommend taking care of the tape after removing - tossing it around and allowing the Velcro to stick to itself or other stuff will wear it out and limit future use. Strongly recommend!
It was nice to have 2 width options.My first box was a gift. I liked them and ordered a 2nd box. Hopefully I won't be needing any more in the near future.
Love the colour
They were good for the money.
This is a pretty great buy for home use. The packaging was very nice and every bandage was individually wrapped. The fabric and quality of the items are pretty great. I recommend this product
I injured my knee and have to keep it wrapped for the foreseeable future. These stretch and stay on all night. They are washable so I can reuse them. So far so good.
Wraps are very high quality and easy to use!
Itâ€™s a great value for the money. But if you need to use them to many times there art art to stretch out. I do love that you donâ€™t need those metal clips for. Thank god for velcro
We used these for my 7yo sons broken collarbone. He needed to keep his elbow at his waist. A traditional sling he could still raise his arm. So we just strapped it down with these.Theyâ€™re comfortable and soft enough to sleep in even directly on soft belly skin, if you are strategic about the Velcro placement. They Do get stretched out after a few uses. One lasted probably 5 days before the stretch at the ends died. The Velcro was very strong! That never needed adjustment even with an active boy.For our purposes, I wish Iâ€™d just duct taped his arm to his side!. Thereâ€™s no keeping some boys from being extremely active so it took 12weeks for his arm to heal. He still managed a significant amount of mobility. Still, it was better than the lame sling the ER gave us.Iâ€™ll happily keep these in stock in my first aid kit. Theyâ€™ll be excellent for holding temporary bandages or ice packs in place. Theyâ€™re definitely a short term use item. Use them more than once but not nearly as sturdy as an ACE wrap.
Very useful first time used but after 1week of use for a sports injury and washing it does not offer the same compression. For the price it was what I expected
I used these for three weeks after I twisted my ankle badly. I even washed them in cold water and lined dried them, and they have maintained their elasticity. There were more than I needed, but good to have some on hand in the first aid supply. Latex-Free!
These are very comfortable. Has good compression. Velcro holds up very well. The material is of high quality. I am very satisfied with my purchase.
At my veterinarian's strong suggestion, I bought these bandage wraps to use when my mini dachshund had surgery on her belly. The wrap(s) stayed in place over a post-operative two-week period until the sutures could be removed.
I live the stretch in it. I used it to wrap my moms legs because she can't use the sock
This is a magnificent assortment Of protecters; they stick well, they blend with the scenery so to speak, they Protect what they are supposed to. I particularly love the immense number in this group and theyâ€™re not stuck on to something that loses it sticky before I get into use it.
Exactly what I needed for my joints when they swell up from arthritis...would buy from again
I am very pleased with the quality of these bandages, they do exactly what I was hoping and without the need of clumsy clips (they attach via Velcro closures on both ends!To top it off I received six units, 3 are 4" wide and 3 are 6" wide, all for under $20,00!
Ram Gopal Bhattacharyya
Nice.Adheres well but wished they contained at least one roll of a smaller width.
Once choices. Easy to use and gives good support.
liked price and quality
bang for the buck... good product
The stretch and adhesion are very good.
Works great on my vigina
My new go to
After having surgeries on my leg, I needed a wrap that would secure and cover the wound bandages, but also provide support and compression. These Hampton bandage wraps are of the same high quality production that I have experienced with other Hampton products. The 4â€ wrap is ideal for wrapping around my foot and ankle, where I can then transition to the 6â€ wide bandage as I focus on compression up my leg. The hook and loop closure system is my new favorite and preferred method for bandages, instead of the old safety pin and aluminum clasp-style devices used to secure bandages. The velcro-type fasteners keep the bandages in place and maintain compression. The bandages are soft and even hold up well when washed in the washing machine. I use the small mesh bags so they donâ€™t get all twisted up and stuck to other clothes. After several months, although they look worn, they are still performing well, and in fact, a bit better than some of the other bandages of similar design, where the ends have become frayed from use and washing, and from being stretched. Due to the frequency of my use, they get washed often, which admittedly, wears on the life span of the bandages. I am very happy with the quality and support I continue to receive from these Hampton bandages. I have also used to support an injury one of my children had on their arm, and the 4â€ worked perfectly.
Used these because I needed compression after surgery. They work really well. If you had to use them daily more than a couple weeks they probably wouldn't last though. They are starting to stretch along the edges of the velcro and I'm guessing the threads will eventually tear. But all in all I'd say they're worth it for the money for what most people will use them for.
Thanks customer care representative Val!
Thank you customer care representative Val!
Â I used these to make up a first aid kit for me and my daughter.
When you are allergic to adhesive tape you run into many problems. This stuff is a life saver. It also makes bandaging those hard areas like knees and elbows a breeze. It leaves no residue on the skin which is a huge plus and it doesn't pull hair. You can also use it for grip tape and so many other uses.
I have no idea why I didn't have these included in my first aid kit, but I'm glad I added these in now. This pack has six different bandage wraps in six different sizes for various potential injuries. I've used similar ones to wrap a wrist as well as to bandage a gauze to a bleeding injury. They do take up some room in any kit bag, but well worth the space given the versatility and also the possible different sizes of injuries.
While these are not quite comparable to the big name brand, they are considerably more cost-effective and work very well. They are nice and wide and even wider. They work great for both wrists and ankles, etc. They are firm enough to give nice support and flexible enough to wrap most any body part needed. They have velcro at *both* ends so that you can secure the base layer as you wrap which is really nice if you having to try and wrap with a single hand. The velcro isn't quite as grippy as high-end brands but works just fine.
These bandage wraps are great. I love how it has the velcro to stick together and it holds quite well. The quality is great and feels comfortable to the touch. I love how it comes in two sizes so depending on the area needed to be bandaged, you can chose the right size. Easy to use and wrap.
Easy to use, most I like wrapping, left or right. Still it is RIGHT and dont nees any tape. Also it is easy to roll back.
These stretch wraps are AMAZING! They stick so well that you can use them a few times over which makes a good value for the money. The thickness is better than the drugstore ones I bought. I WILL be ordering more very soon!
This bandage wrap is a great thing to keep on hand for both athletic purposes and first aid needs and this is an excellent value at $10.95 for 6 good sized rolls. These wraps are a decent thickness with good absorbency and just the right amount of stretch for increased comfort. The velcro works perfectly and is, in my opinion more convenient and easy to use than metal clips. These wraps are a bargain- definitely recommend!
Good quality and at a much better price than I could find at walmart or local pharmacies.
Awesome product. Will order again
With one of us just having a total knee replacement and me having a wonky ankle, we've used these compression and bandage wraps quite a bit.Unlike our usual, they close with velcro which is very secure.My only problem with them is that they stretch out easily, meaning they can only be used a few times before they are rendered useless. But please keep in mind that we use them for compression. We don't wrap as tightly for other things, such as keeping an ice pack secure. So if you don't wrap tight they last longer.In my opinion one of each size should be in any first aid kit, including the one in your car.
These wraps are really good, they stretch and they are secure using the Velcro attached to them. I would buy again.
I got these for my little brother who loves playing soccer and somehow ends hurt often :P I found many advantages to using these bandages:- Very easy to put on. I helped my brother to put these on one of his foot and it was so fast! No much work to do as happened before with traditional bandages- Comes in two sizes, which is practical so that you can adjust the one you'll use according to the size of the hurt area- Reusable, although need to be washed out with care, otherwise they might get worn out fast
The advantage of the hook and loop closure is that there are no metal clips to keep track of (and possibly lose), so it is a complete system. The disadvantage of a hook and loop closure is that, against bare skin, the hook and look portion is scratchy and can be painful if it rubs. So, when you use this wrap, make sure that every bit of the hook and loop section is in contact with the fabric, and not touching bare skin. As long as you follow that precaution, this bandage wrap works fine. The fabric itself is comfortable against the skin, and the hook and loop holds well under movement and flexion. Having both 4" wide and 6" wide bandages to choose from helps meet the majority of needs, and it can always be folded in half for most of its length if you need to wrap a narrower area. Since hook and loop closures can melt or distort their shapes with excessive heat, avoiding putting these bandages on a high dryer setting will make them function well for a lot longer. This bandage wrap would make an excellent supplement to your medical supplies or first aid kit. 5 stars.
Â I like that these elastic bandage wraps (three 4-inch and three 6-inch rolls) are individually wrapped in plastic. This keeps the roll clean, free from dirt/debris, until I am ready to use them.I like the elastic nature of these wraps - it allows me to wrap an area slightly tight (if I need to limit range of motion for my chronically weak ankle joint) or a bit looser (if I had a wound dressing on, and need to keep that dressing from falling off).I love that each end of a wrap has a hook-and-loop feature. This helps the wrap to be more secure.In regards to washing this wrap, the product page says, "...just toss it in the wash, then air dry..."That is what I do when I use elastic bandage wraps without a hook-and-loop feature. But, for this particular product, here's how I would clean it (assuming the wraps are not too soiled, for example):1. I make a warm soap solution (I use liquid soap) in a basin2. I unroll the wrap, and place it in the basin, with the hook and loop feature hanging out over the edge of the basin.3. I rub the wrap together to remove as much of the dirt/debris as I can4. I pour out the solution, and rinse the wrap with warm water until all the soap is gone.5. I lay it horizontally to air dry.One thing to note: these wraps come with the side that has the darker shade of tan on the outside. I prefer to have the wrap with the light shade of tan on the outside. So, once I opened a wrap, I unrolled the product and re-wrapped it such that the lighter color is on the outside. This way, once I have applied the wrap, the hook-and-loop feature attaches naturally to the rest of the wrap (see the last few seconds of my video, once I finished wrapping my ankle) and I don't have to bend the hook-and-loop backward to stick to the rest of the wrap. It doesn't detract from the performance of the product; but, this is how I was taught to apply the wraps.The latex-free material is a nice bonus (although no one in our family is allergic to latex).Overall, 5 stars for a bandage wrap that has excellent closure and provides top-notch support.
The package contains 6 rolls of the tape: three 3" wide tapes and three 6" wide tapes. Each bandage is 15 feet (unstretched). The bandages are made out of elastic material and are not self-adhesive. Instead, they use a Velcro strip at both ends of the tape to close. The strip is 1/2" wide and holds well. The bandages can be washed.Ali Julia review
Great assortment of elastic bandage wraps to keep in your first aid kit. Iâ€™ve found them particularly useful for sports-related injuries (sprains/strains), as well as after slipping on some slippery gravel while hiking and my knee needing a bit of extra support. Definitely recommend, as these are easy to use and very much, hassle free.
I've always liked the elastic of "ace" style bandages, but hated the metal hooks used to fasten then in place, so I would avoid using them when needed. Now with this brand they stay in place with attached hook and loop fasteners, so no more pain or lost hooks. Much more handy to use than the old style.Excellent value for six bandages, three of each width and these are not overly long either, so easy to use.
The elastic in an ACE bandage will degrade over time. It was nice to toss out all my ratty old ones and replace them with this set. You get two different sizes, all of which come with a Velcro closure. They are not the thickest bandages in the world, but they are certainly enough to get the job done. They are an exceptional value at the current price of less than two bucks each.
This Hampton Adams Elastic Bandage Wrap with â€œhook & loopâ€ method of fastening works well and is convenient. I appreciate that there are no necessary metal pieces for securing and there is a specific closure on the end, which some brands do not have. It stretches and comes in various widths. These are reusable. Ones Iâ€™ve tried in the past are an unusable, twisted mess after one use. These are Worthwhile and you receive quite a lot.
(6 Pack) Elastic Bandage Wrap | Self Closing Latex-Free Cotton Compression Bandage (4â€ & 6â€ Wide Rolls) w/Hook and Loop Closure | Elastic Tape Rolls for Medical, Sports, Sprains, Calf, Ankle & Foot are so comfortable without the sharp metal clips. Fastening the ends of these elastic bandages with velcro on any part of the wrap, makes them superior in softness against your skin. This set comes with three 4 inch wide elastic bandages and three 6 inch wide elastic bandages. These widths are all you need for putting compression on any part of your leg or arm.I have always gotten injured from those sharp metal clips, or they pop off, and you have no idea where, when you donâ€™t notice the clip missing right away. These bandage wraps are hemmed on the ends, and unlike my regular bandage wraps that fray, these wonâ€™t. And the best thing yet, is these are washable. I just toss them in a net bag in my machine and line dry, and they are beautifully clean again, ready to wear over and over. Great stretch in a washable, comfortable, no clip bandage wrap when you need it. 5 STARS.
Turned ankles are a common thing among our Explorer troop. Having these bandages/wraps on hand is much appreciated, as our old ones had been "well loved" and were falling apart.These have a nice stretch and a hook-and-loop closure to adhere (versus pins or clips). They wrap nicely around ankles/wrists/other body parts. Great width of 4" or 6" - and wonderfully useful length of 15'. A high quality product!No "cons" found with these! Happy to add to our kits!
My right knee recently does not feel right when doing workout. Once receiving this bandage wrap, I tried on my right knee. The fabric is stretchy, perfect for forming compression. There are two difference width sizes in the bag, three with 4 inch and three are 6 inch. The length is long enough to wrap for multiple rolls to provide excellent support. With this support, my right knee feels more comfortable while exercising. One thing to mention is the wrap stays in place during my whole workout, and thanks to the hook and loop closure design.These wraps are washable and reusable, so after workout I can wash them so they wouldn't be stinky:) This is a very satisfactory product.
These are excellent bandages to have on hand in one's medicine cabinet as wraps for sprains, for compression bandages around the chest, or to stabilize certain body parts like the wrist for carpal tunnel, etc.There are six wraps (three rolls are 4" and three rolls are 6"). These close via a Velcro strip the full length of the bandage. I personally prefer the Velcro to the clip fastener. Although the cloth is not super thick, these bandages have pretty good tension and stretch. The large rolls have come in handy for me after a recent operation.The current price of $10.95 is very reasonable as it comes to $1.83 per roll.
- Quick to wrap, compression wraps good for injured knees and arms.- Bandages are not self-adhesive, but require a hook system to keep it in place. Hampton Adams brand has two types of hook systems for their bandages (velcro or clips) and which to use I feel is more of a personal preference. I like the velco that is built into the bandage, so I donâ€™t lose any hooks, however it can work itself loose if something wears against the velcro fastener.- The wraps are elastic and can be pulled tight, or loose depending on the need.- 6 total reusable wraps. 3 short (4 inches) and 3 wide (6 inches) and all of them come plastic wrapped. Each bandage is about fifteen feet long.- Latex Free!- Athlete or not, these are perfect for everyone and a wrap should be part of every first aid kit.
These compression bandages have good strength and elasticity which allows you to create an effective compression wrap with appropriate tightness according to your needs. It also includes both 4 inch and 6 inch wide wraps which allow coverage of knees and thighs as well as ankles, calves, shoulders, and arms. It attaches securely with full-width velcro attachments at both ends of the wrap. A total of 6 wraps (3 4-inch and 3 6-inch) allow for the use of multiple wraps. I love that they are washable and hold their elasticity across multiple uses.
This is the second product I have tried from Hampton Adams and it is astounding. In my experience, they are simply just a higher quality product than a brand like Johnson and Johnson. These bandage wraps provide solid support during your workout/athletic activity and do not constantly fall off or shift out of place. I really enjoy the hook and loop fastener compared to using bobby pins, for example. This would also be a fantastic addition to any first-aid kit.
Review of: (6 Pack) Elastic Bandage Wrap | (4â€ & 6â€ Wide Rolls) w/Hook and Loop Closure |Looking around the house I found a half-dozen or so â€˜elastic bandagesâ€™. But, over the years, they have basically worn out. They were stretched out to the point where there was little elasticity left, or little cushion left or, what I found most frustrating, I had simply lost the little metal clips that kept them together.The Hampton Adams brand of wraps come with a hook&loop closure and, for me, that alone is a plus that make the wraps more useful that the older style wraps Iâ€™ve used in the past. I found that the hook&loop closures do work really well. During my tests, even when a lot of movement was involved, there wasnâ€™t ever a time when I felt that the hook&loop was slipping off the fabric or going to work itself loose. And, having a hook&loop on each end of the wrap is also a plus as it makes placement easier.The actual material of the wrap, though I donâ€™t see anything on the package that specifies what material the wraps are made of other than cotton, is soft and the material is thick enough to provide some decent cushion. To me, the material looks substantial enough so that I should be able to get quite a bit of use out of each wrap.The compression of the wraps, especially in comparison to other wraps Iâ€™ve tried before, appears to be first rate. In my use, Iâ€™ve found that the wraps have enough elasticity to allow for a wide range of compression levels from loose to very firm.Iâ€™m also a fan of having two different sizes in the package (4 inch and 6 inch). While the majority of the time the 4 inch wrap will work fine for me, there are times when I can see how having the 6 inch will be far better.And, what I found I really liked, was that each bandage was individually wrapped. This, hopefully, will keep each wrap a little newer, longer until I need it. I found this to be a nice plus.All-in-all, I found the Hampton Adams to be a good quality and more than serviceable elastic wrap.If this review was helpful, please click the Helpful button below
These wraps are made of a stretchy material that fastens with a hook-and-loop fastening style. On each end of the bandage is fastened a velcro-like strip. This strip adheres to the body of the bandage at any point, thus securing it. The strips are stitched securely onto the bandage ends so it seems to me they will hold up well. In my testing, I applied one of these to my thigh and then exercised on my treadmill for 30 minutes. The bandage stayed tight and the velcro strip held even as my legs moved and flexed. You get two sizes in the package, 4 inch and 6 inch - 3 of each. Each bandage is a generous size of 15 feet unstretched, so they'll suffice for many situations. They are a good value for the money and are handy to keep at home for injury situations.
1. This is a stretchy knit like fabric.2. It is simple to use. Wrap and fasten. The hook and loop (Velcro style) make it easy to fasten.3. You get two sizes and three rolls of each size.4. A must have for your first aid kit.