Bright blue purse/clutch bag with silver hardware that is designed to clip onto a wheelchair frame using a magnetic button or be worn across the body using the strap. You can also attach a silicone cup holder to a wheelchair using the same magnetic button, which holds a white travel mug with a clear plastic lid and straw.
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Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS) & Spinal Fusion
I chose their standard purse in bright blue, which has a back pocket that is large enough to fit my large mobile phone (iPhone 7 Plus), a main pocket that has six card slots, and a smaller pocket at the back.
It even has a zip-up coin section in the middle, which has plenty of space to also hold your car keys or tablets. Plus a built-in RFID block to stop criminals from swiping card data whilst walking past.
There is a removable strap which you can use should you want to wear the bag across your body – whilst it is long enough for sitting down, if you’re an ambulatory wheelchair user then the strap will be a bit short when standing. Although resting it on your shoulder instead of across your body would probably resolve this issue.
This bag is so easy to clip on and off your chair, but when only held by the bracket and magnets. Meaning if someone wanted to steal your back then it would be fairly easy to do so, unlike quokka bags which have locks on the bracket. This doesn’t really bother me though, as it’s nice to have something that looks stylish, modern and bright as opposed to medical.\
The cup holder attaches to the bracket in the same way, and the mug is easy to get in and out of. It has a plastic lid and plastic reusable straw, which I’ve found great as I really struggle to use straws made from paper or metal. Plus I don’t have to worry about them fitting in my mug!