Product Put To The Test // Hamster Bags

The one thing we all know is a massive problem when you go out and about with a child in a Wheelchair/Special Needs Pushchair is storage for all the things they need.

Grayson is currently in the Ormesa Bug and it comes with no storage as standard, yet he comes with needing a huge list of things including

  • Nappies & Wipes
  • Change of Clothes
  • Blanket
  • Chew Toys and Fabric Toys
  • iPad
  • Meds
  • Food
  • Drink
  • Bibs
and more and this is before his feeding tube is installed when then we will have a pump and all the other gumph to go with it.

So when I was contacted by Hamster Bags to see if there product would be of any use I jumped at the chance. Initially they sent them for me to use on Deacon's Pushchair (review coming on Innocent Charms Chats next week) but I was more intrigued how they would work for Grayson, let's be honest he has more stuff.



They simply are bloody brilliant. They fit any Pushchair, no lies, I have 4 in my house and they work on all, I have also tried them on a couple of other SN ones and they fit, the only thing I haven't got to test them on is a standard wheelchair.


They Velcro on in 3 places and then you simply un clip when you want to take off and the Velcro loops stay on. 

They hold so much, we used them whilst away on holiday last week and I did not take Grayson's usual huge backpack just these as they can also be un clipped and you can carry over your shoulder like a bag.

I had all of the above in ours, plus 2 lightweight jackets for the other 2 and a change of clothes for Deacon.

They are totally wipe clean and have several zip pockets so you can put things like you car keys, or the emergency bib somewhere easy to find.

I can not say a bad word against them, what more they are available in 3 colours and for a pair are only £24.99 including FREE P&P.

I do not think Hamster Bags had ever thought about them being used for Special Needs families, but that is the beauty sometimes isn't it that mainstream products work even better for us.

Make sure you head over and check out Innocent Charms Chats this week as there will be a review and even a chance to win a pair of Hamster Bags there.

Comments

  1. Hi Kara, Thank you so much for the lovely review of the Hamster buggy bags. We are so glad that you like them!
    One of our clients, www.maclarenmajorelite.co.uk, have had the Hamster Bags successfully tested by an NHS Specialist Wheelchair Service for carrying Oxygen Cylinders.
    Kind regards, Lara

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