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    Best Tom Bihn "Doctor's Bag"?

    Hi all-

    I'm in chiropractic school and have lost my doctors bag. Naturally I'm using this as an opportunity to rationalize a new Tom Bihn purchase. I've already got an Empire Builder, which is pretty full with my academic stuff. What I'm looking for is a bag that'll accommodate a stethoscope, BP cuff, and with a reasonable amount of pockets etc., and maybe enough space for a small dressing gown to be shoved in. Not sure if anyone else has used a TB bag for this purpose, but I wanted to get opinions on which shoulder bag might be best for this.

    Thank you!

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    Sounds like A Co-Pilot might work - I'm always finding new uses for this wonderful bag!

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    I'd recommend an Imago. Room for your gear, a book and smaller pockets for your wallet, gloves, alcohol gel and other small stuff. It might end up with a bit of extra space.. if you want something smaller, a medium or large cafe bag should work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tzporah View Post
    I'd recommend an Imago. Room for your gear, a book and smaller pockets for your wallet, gloves, alcohol gel and other small stuff. It might end up with a bit of extra space.. if you want something smaller, a medium or large cafe bag should work.
    Thanks guys! I think the Imago is the bag I need. Now, is anyone interested in purchasing a great condition black/black TB Brain Bag with verticle Freudian?

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    Put your pack up for sale on eBay and post the link here. Direct sales on the forum, as I understand it, are not allowed.

    Good luck with the Imago!

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    The Imago is a good choice. I've been using the Navy-Cork-Wasabi version for a few months and it's fantastic! (I do think the co-pilot would work also - maybe I need to get one?!!).
    Could you post some photos once you get your Imago and set up organised?!

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    a little late, but i agree with the suggestions for the imago! i love, love, love mine and it's so versatile!

    also, if i may be a nosy nellie, what chiropractic school are you attending? chiropractic was born where i live (davenport, ia), and the founder's school (palmer college of chiropractic) is still here and thriving!

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    Thanks everyone for the info. I apologize for posting a sale if in fact that's not allowed.

    Upon a little more reflection, I finally settled on going with the Medium Cafe Bag. I made the decision based on a great video review on YouTube, and on the fact that I'll likely be carrying this bag in addition to the Empire Builder. Given this, along with the fact that the tools required in a Chiro med bag are fairly limited, I think the Cafe Bag Medium should suffice.

    Capncat- I go to Life in Marietta, GA. Haven't visited Davenport yet, but perhaps sometime in the future, maybe when I take Pt. 4 of the chiro national boards!


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