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Amazon [amazon.com] has 2-Rolls 1"x10-Yd Nexcare Flexible Clear Tape for $2.97. Add 2 to cart for $5.94 - $1.49 for in cart multi-buy discount - 5% when you checkout via Subscribe & Save = $4.15 ($1.04 per roll). Shipping is free w/ Prime or on order $25+
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Thank you for posting, I paid $3.56 with my 15% subscribe & save.
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"Hospital brand - Transpore Surgical Tape. A porous, clear tape for use on active, hard to bandage areas like knees, elbows, fingers, and/or where stretching occurs. Stretches and conforms to body contours for greater holding power. Hypoallergenic adhesive"
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Thanks. So this is very similar to the white micropore tape except it's clear? Such as gentle, non-irritating and easily removed?
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I use the non clear one for mouth tape at night, wondering if this is similar.
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Thanks. So this is very similar to the white micropore tape except it's clear? Such as gentle, non-irritating and easily removed?
This will be similar to the adhesive strips on standard bandaids. They have a blue 'sensitive skin' low trauma tape that works a lot better but typically costs significantly more.
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Thanks. So this is very similar to the white micropore tape except it's clear? Such as gentle, non-irritating and easily removed?
I would say NOT easily removed and not appropriate for use on elderly with frail skin. For that, you need paper tape that is much more easily removed.
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This will be similar to the adhesive strips on standard bandaids. They have a blue 'sensitive skin' low trauma tape that works a lot better but typically costs significantly more.
Oh. Well that's not good. Those band-aid strips always kinda hurt when I take them off. So if I want something more gentle I have to get this? (link below)

https://www.amazon.com/Nexcare-Ge...B001G7R9YQ
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Oh. Well that's not good. Those band-aid strips always kinda hurt when I take them off. So if I want something more gentle I have to get this? (link below)

https://www.amazon.com/Nexcare-Ge...B001G7R9YQ
I usually buy the Nexcare paper tape. OK for frail skin and not too hard to remove, esp. if you wet the tape first.
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I usually buy the Nexcare paper tape. OK for frail skin and not too hard to remove, esp. if you wet the tape first.
Ok thanks.
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Does anyone know if I could use this to wrap my wrist for working out?
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Have no idea why I ordered these two for 3.80 for me
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Have no idea why I ordered these two for 3.80 for me
My son fractured his finger and I had to pay $6 for one small single roll to secure the Aluminum brace every time after he shower or get it dirty. Wish I could use scotch tape but he complaint about it even with regular bandaid tape that cannot breath that well.
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Thanks. Worked for me. I got some additional discounts by opting for "deferred" shipping to get a $1 digital credit for a future digital purchase, e.g. music, ebook, software download, and using my Chase Freedom card, which offers 5% cashback on all Amazon purchases through the end of September. And, since I am looking to make some digital purchases soon, I saved an additional $1.21 for an effective total cost of $2.94, or just under 74 cents a roll. Nice. Also, "deferred" shipping was the same as regular shipping in this instance, so no additional waiting.

Hopefully, I won't have to use it any time soon, though. Although, ironically, right after I bought a different 1st aid product off an SD deal last month, some gauze pads, literally within hours, I fell and got cut during a run and could have used it. I ended up not using it, but buyer beware if you believe in jinxes!
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