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Old 1st October 2009, 01:28 PM
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I am seeking to get hold of a doms bag (ideally witha trolley) as I am starting to get back pain from carting my stuff around! I am in the UK (South) and willing to pay around 50quid (that's all I have in my wallet!)

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Hi Clair

Simon from Canonbury here. I have an end of line wheeled dom bag available. It is an ex-demo model so not in perfect condition. I would be happy to let you have it for £50.00 (they normally retail at £240).

It has numerous pockets, a handle, shoulder strap and of course the wheels with extending handle. It would be "sold as seen" but I would be more than happy to provide photos. Construction is cordura nylon in Royal Blue with grey detailing. It is similar to http://www.canonbury.com/p-651-canon...liary-bag.aspx

If you are interested please contact our Sales Office directly via email canonbury@canonbury.com and copy/paste this thread into your email (to ensure you get charged correctly for the correct product!!).

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Thanks Simon, have just sent an email to canonbury as you suggest.
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Default Re: Desperately seeking Doms Bag with trolley

Hi, I had to reply to your message as I have had numerous bags costing anything from £250 to £350 but the best thing ever has been a Stanley Work Station (currently costing £29 from Halfords!) I holds everything from my footstool to my drill. The handles fold flat so easily fits into the boot of my car. I have customised it slightly, adding "Chiropodist" to the front of it and it is the best thing ever,lots of room, lightweight and easy to clear. I also have a ruck sack which holds the rest of my stuff. Trust me I have been through what you are going through and this is the best thing ever.
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Thanks Ros for that message. I will certainly take a look! I am amazed at the prices that are charged for these things. I suppose it's because Podiatry is still a small profession??
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http://www.stanleytools.com/default....e+Work+Station

aka: 'fat max'

Also consider a craft trolley from a craft shop, lots of pockets, on wheels, and usually very washable.
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Hi Clair,

No not a small profession ~ it's just that because anything with a hint of medical attracts higher prices!

Timesco also do some very good bags.

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I have been using a small "suitcase" made of aluminium I think but it has coloured sides and compartments inside for my bits and pieces. I have attached it to a "suitcase carrier" on wheels using a rubber "octopus" It has hooks at the end, like the thing you would use to secure something to a roof rack. I think the "suitcase" thing cost me about £10 and the wheels maybe £15? It was ten years ago! In B&Q or Homebase?
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Here in the land of Oz, I was in the German shop ALDI last night and I saw the perfect Doms bag. It was called a 'workstation' and was 40 aussies$ It had 2 boxes and numerous pull-out trays. On wheels, with a handle. I am still regretting not buying it. Carole
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i think i may have found my solution but i really appreciate all your responses. It's great info for me and anyone out there who is developing a bad back carrying all their stuff around!!
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Hi Simon

You helped me a while back with a doms bag, thanks for that. You wouldn't happen to know if there's a doppler available for under £100. I can't really afford more as I am still in the set up stages and money is obviously very tight at the moment.

Would really appreciate any help, but if you can't, thanks for reading this.

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My sound weird but try Ebay. I picked up 2 brand new Huntleighs some while ago. They were over your price but definitely very good value. Remember it is a diagnostic tool and therefore must eb trusted...some cheap versions a) may not be as versatile b) be as accurate or c) last as long.

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