★★★★★ 1276 real customer reviews average rating: 4.6 stars
1 Stars By global resident on 2016-02-20
Package content is not the same quality that I have been buying many many times before
Purchased these from seller "Medical Products Depot". Box and product look authentic but the band-aid edges start unraveling really fine fibers within minutes after being placed on fingers. I have been using this brand every winter, using new band-aids every day, to protect my finger tips, especially when folding laundry and doing other household tasks. Arizona indoor air is bone dry in winter and cracked finger tips are always a problem no matter what ointments/medications I have tried, so I have to cover my thumbs and index fingers.
Picture has small flex fabric Band-Aid I bought from Walgreens (which work perfectly as usual). The large Band-Aid, bought from "Medical Products Depot", started fuzzing after folding one towel. I tried several but they all make a fuzzy mess which then catches on everything like microfiber. I have NEVER had a problem with these flex fabric bandages before and I was glad to find a good deal on them here but what I got instead is just garbage.
I am sending samples to J&J with the lot number to have them investigate what is going on.
1 Stars By R on 2017-05-21
UNRAVEL-AID: The edges come apart!
The fabric edges of these band-aids unravel. The threads on the edges start to come loose after a few hours. The photos show the band-aid in the morning after about 8 hours in bed asleep. I had put it on fresh just before bed.
This is not what I expect from BAND-AID. They seem to be getting caught up in the rush to the bottom along with all the other cheap-things-from-china.
5 Stars By S. N. on 2018-02-07
I started buying boxes of these individually packaged items for first aid kits. Now I'm hooked! We much prefer these individual packages over a tube of anything! It's nice because we all have Altoid Tin first aid kits for purses. I also made a little larger first aid kits with some tins purchased here on amazon that are just a bit larger than an altoid tin. Those tins are 3-3/4 x 5 x 1-1/2. (see pictures attached). We have kits in purses, cars, desk, sports bags, etc. I even give kits away for free to my girlfriends, and we plan to make mini kits with the neighborhood kids this summer excluding some of the items I have pictured which are not appropriate for kids to handle....mostly they will have bandaids, lip balm, etc - we will let their parents decide what goes in their kit.) Purchasing tubes only allows for the product to be at home in the medicine cabinet. Having these individual packets allows us to carry everything with us everywhere. If we use something, we simply replace it when we get home. I can't begin to tell you how handy this has been in just the month or so we have been carrying first aid kits. See pictures attached. I do have a few more items on order and there is plenty of room in my tin to add a few more things (additional bandages, pepto bismol, tylenol, benadryl, etc.) My 14 year old son was helping me cook and got a small burn on his hand while taking something out of the oven. We right away put cold water on it and this burn gel and it worked like a charm.
on 2012-12-19 Careful What You Order
This review is not about the Flexible Fabric Band-Aid. I have been using the 1x3 inch Fabric Band-Aids for years, and order them by the 100-count box. It's a good product.
The product offered here by Pharmapacks and others Band-Aid Johnson & Johnson Band-Aid, Flexible Fabric, 100-Count Boxes
is the 3/4 x 3 inch version. The images are poor, and the product description is as follows: "Product Dimensions: 6 x 5 x 4 inches ; 2.4 ounces". Clearly that is not the case. I ordered 3 boxes based on the reviews that mention a 1x3 Band-Aid. Pharmapacks stoutly defends sending the smaller product, so I'm stuck.
The moral of the story is: If the seller can't provide a clear image and description of the product, don't buy it. Getting the wrong product is your fault (and expense), not theirs.
1 Stars By Naiad512 on 2018-01-30
If you love pain, you'll LOVE these "Band-aids"
These band-aids attach so solidly that getting them off is SUPER-painful and difficult. I had surgery and in the final stage of healing, I used 4 of these to cover my incision. Taking them off not only made me gasp in pain but tore out some stitches from the pressure of trying to get them off. I was left with bloody skin (where the little white fabric square wasn't). I don't know if these are made in another country and sold as a U.S. brand but something is definitely NOT RIGHT.
5 Stars By Greeny on 2017-02-27
I like this kind of band-aid
These are the quality band-aids as per product package photo and description. That was my big worry. They're the good 'ol ones and better than most that I bought over recent years.
Also, I actually counted and the count was correct. We go through too many band-aids because my little kids are typically active. The deal was good so I think I'll get them again by mid-summer well ahead of actually running out I hope.
I recommend these band-aids. They stick on well.
3 Stars By Rock on 2017-05-20
It arrived with a broken box
4 Stars By Sany123 on 1969-12-31
Good BAND-AIDS, except they, too, fall off when you wash your hands well!
These Band-AIDS act like all band-aides act. That being said, they come loose after you wash your hands well, as do all other bandages I've ever used. I wish someone would REALLY make bandages that stay on your fingers after washing hands, but I guess they then would NEVER come off unless you used turpentine or something as unpleasant as that.
The benefit to them is that I didn't have to waste time, energy, or gas to go to the store and get them. I DID have to wait for them to arrive, but since I'm a Prime member, the wait wasn't long.
Thank you if you read this.
5 Stars By Sirhin on 1969-12-31
Good quality band aids!
These band aids generally go on the bottom of my feet (I'm lucky and have plantar warts so I use these to "protect" them after using Duofilm) and I can attest to the fact that they're pretty secure and don't fall off after an entire day's worth of walking. Of course, I haven't tried to soak my feet in water and then walk around in them, so I can't say much about their waterproof ability, but they do allow me to move around with no trouble. My feet so sweat a little in warm weather, especially when wearing socks, but they don't fall off either, so that's good! The size is good and I like how the padding goes from width to width, but that may not be what you're looking for if you want to "secure" your wound.
My only issue is with the packaging, but it was short-lived. The first time, they came in a FLAT padded envelope because the entire box of band aids was smashed flat inside the packaging. The second time I ordered them, they got smart and put it in the same plastic,3-dimensional, padded "sleeves" that printer toners come in so they arrived in good shape. :) Because it has nothing to do with the product itself, I decided to give it a full 5 stars.
5 Stars By Tony M. on 2013-08-19
Proper Bandaids that hurt when you remove them.
Let's be frank--Band Aids are supposed to hurt when you take them off. That's how you know they'll stay on. It also reminds you to wear shin guards next time. These are great bandaids that stay on for days, even after showering and exercise. If you're a man and you want a bandaid that sticks, here you go.