Long black and silver bag that sits on the the back of any wheelchairs.
Source of Item:
Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS) & Spinal Fusion
I use this bag almost every day when going to and from college. It fits a 16inch MacBook alongside multiple textbooks, pencil case, lunchbox, phone, purse and medical bag. It also fits my assistance dogs blanket, bowl and water at the same time. The bag I chose is silver and black so it matches everything. One thing I really like is the fluorescent orange lining, as it makes it impossible to lose items in.
The main section of the bag is split into 3 sections, including a padded laptop area with a clear space for bank/business cards, pens and accessories. There is also a large front pocket and hidden back pocket that is just large enough to fit an iPad or tablet inside.
The bag comes with multiple strap sizes/options, allowing you to either create smaller handles, large ‘backpack’ style handles or a horizontal loop. There is also a fixed handle at the top and right-hand side of the bag. The side handle is really helpful when removing the bag and putting it on your lap. The base of the bag is also reinforced.
The only thing I would personally change is the straps, as the weight of the bag is sitting on my wheelchair backrest; but this will be dependent on the frame type and how it’s attached. This is also completely outweighed by the multiple positives to using this bag!
As you can tell from the images, I’ve used this bag so much that it is rather messy. Although it has not worn down and with a quick scrub it would look brand new again!