JOJ5685

Band-Aid Flexible Extra Large Bandage - 10 per box

1.25" x 4" - 24/Box - Tan

Reg. Price $4.23

Our Price $4.21 Per Box

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Stretchable fabric moves with wearer to fit better
Great for knees and elbow
Ideal refill for first aid kits
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SKU
JOJ5685
Manufacturer
Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
5685
Brand Name
Band-Aid
Product Type
Adhesive Bandage
Packaged Quantity
24 / Pack
Application/Usage
Securing Bandage
Features
Refillable
Recycled
No

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Band-Aid Flexible Extra Large Bandage - 10 per box
 
3.3

(based on 8 reviews)

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57%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Reviewed by 8 customers

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1.0

Rash causing

By LD

from Denver

Comments about Band-Aid Flexible Extra Large Bandage - 10 per box:

Left my daughter with a terrible reaction from the adhesive. The wound has healed but the rash still remains. It is very prominent outline of the Band-Aid strip outline. She loves the Decorative Disney Band-Aids and never had an issue with those. I had a minor reaction from these and didn't think much of it at the time because I thought it was from the surgical procedure. I primarily use the Flexible Fabric ones for years and never had an issue. I would stay away from the Sheer line.

 
1.0

Awful!!!!!

By Ohio

from Amelia

Comments about Band-Aid Flexible Extra Large Bandage - 10 per box:

My skin really hurts and is raw from pulling the band aid off. The skin is even bruised from using this product. Bought a different product and it's much better.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

This is what I need it is excellent

By Kat

from Moulton, was from Houston for 59 years

Comments about Band-Aid Flexible Extra Large Bandage - 10 per box:

My mother was the one who taught me about band aid strips and I pass the knowledge down to my children. But I was researching waterproof band aids for my self. I half to go to a pool for three a days a week and I have a wound on my heel, I am diabetic and I am trying to heal but I have to lose weight so I can have surgery. So I need a bandage that will help me. I have never been disappointed in any of the products band aid have ever put out nor was my mother. I would guess in 60 years its always been our brand if you have been in existence that long. I would recommend your brand to anyone who ask me. I hope that this has helped you. Thank You Kat

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Need more than 10 in a box

By Jeff

from Crown Point

Comments about Band-Aid Flexible Extra Large Bandage - 10 per box:

These bandages are great. Have to put one on the bottom of my foot every day and it never comes off. My only complaint is that there are just ten in a box. Often I go to get these and would like to buy a few at a time but they usually only have one or two on the shelf and a lot of times are out.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Bandage worked for my needs

By James K.

from Raleigh

Comments about Band-Aid Flexible Extra Large Bandage - 10 per box:

The bandage worked for my needs.. I did develop a rash from the adhesive,

 
1.0

Double Ouch!

By Hope

from Roseville

Comments about Band-Aid Flexible Extra Large Bandage - 10 per box:

I have used band-aids since I was a kid with no problems. I don't have any latex allergies either. That's why I was surprised that one RIPPED MY SKIN OFF! I bought a ten pack.The first 6 I used were fine. They hurt like heck coming off but I figured that's the way it goes. Then I took one off tonight. Not only do I have a cut on my leg but now there are 2 raw spots from the band-aid. Ouch! Now what do I do? Put a band-aid over the wounds caused by my band-aid? Waste of money! I would give zero stars if possible.

 
5.0

This is a great band-aid, light weight, good adhesive, breathable

By wounded

from Littleton

Comments about Band-Aid Flexible Extra Large Bandage - 10 per box:

I had a melanoma on the arch of my foot. Very deep and still healing after one year. I have found this the best bandage on the market. It's light weight, breathable, adheres well and absorbent. I would recommend this to anyone needing a extra large band aid.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

These are amazing!

By 13radlee

from Sin City

Comments about Band-Aid Flexible Extra Large Bandage - 10 per box:

I have been using these band-aids for over a year now and they are amazing!. I have to wear two on my neck for work to cover the tattoos I have. I am often asked why I have them on and when I tell them and they laugh and find it odd we have to wear them at all, but I reassure them I am very happy about having a job in this day and age. And then the conversation goes into what band-aids are best and what ones not to use, until finally they are thirsty enough I finally get their drink order out of them. I work in Las Vegas which means EXTREME heat and sweat! These band-aids don't fall off and I LOVE how they are open along the sides for ventilation. Superior product from superior company! I have tried all off brands and nothing, NOTHING compares to these band-aids, they hold for the whole 8 hours and then some! So in a nut shell... YES I recommend them! I just wish they had a higher product count in the boxes. At two a day for 5-6 days a week times that in your head! I spend quite a bit on band-aids. LoL

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