Masterplast Tubular Support Bandage Reviews
Description:Brand: Masterplast / Type: Support Bandage
Newest Review: ... cheapest option, as they do all appear to be the same, and there is no point spending more money than you really need to. ... more
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Tubular Support Bandage for painful muscles and joints
Tubular Support Bandage Provides comfortable and effective suppor ...
Last Update 07.03.2014 00:07
by - written on 26/07/11 (Very useful, 98 readings)
Ever since I was a child tubular support bandages have been something I have known well. I was quite accident prone as a child, as were a few members of my family, and in between all the sprains and strains, we went through quite a few of these between us. I have personally used many different brands of these tubular bandages, also known as tubigrips, and one of these many brands is Masterplast. I had heard the name of this company before as they also make regular plasters for cuts and grazes, so I was confident this product would be ok to use. I was bought this by my partner when I had sprain my wrist (playing guitar hero!!!!!) as I sent him to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/11 (Very useful, 120 readings)
My daughter managed to trip over a base playing in a rounders tournament and injure her ankle. She then carried on and played another 3 games (that's ma girl) and realised her knee was sore. She then went onto dancing and then realised that she was in quite a lot of pain. So the next day we went to the sports shop for a support bandage mainly for her ankle but they were all too big. We were directed to Home Bargains here we picked up this tubular support bandage that would do for her knee. We paid a bargain price of 89 pence for it. Tubular bandages tend to be lengths of closely weaven stretchy cotton used to support different limbs. This kind of bandage ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/04/11 (Very useful, 60 readings)
Recently my partner had yet another football related injury coming home and complaining that his arm hurt and he thought he had broken in. Me in my wisdom decided that as he could wiggle his fingers his arm could not possibly be broke and sent him off to work the next day I popped to the shop and picked him up this bandage only to receive a call to say that he had had to go from work to A&E as the pain was getting worst and his arm was now in a cast whoops apparently the bone he had broke was is the one you need to pinch your thumb and finger together how was I to know lol. Anyway that meant my bandage was of no use until I had a exercise related injury of ... Read the complete review
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