Comfifast Tubular Bandage

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Comfifast tubular bandages are a range of colour coded bandages developed and produced using light and breathable fabrics.  Comfifast offers single stretch in the radial direction and is the standard product of choice for dressing retention and for wet and dry wrapping in the treatment of atopic eczema.


  • Holds primary dressing in place without constriction or compression.
  • No requirement for pins or tape.
  • Quick and easy to use.
  • Available in a variety of lengths, to minimise waste.
  • Available in 5 colour-coded widths, suitable for most limb sizes.


  • Effective retention for the primary wound dressing.
  • Safe and easy to use.
  • Durable - washable and reusable.
  • Simple to apply.


Width (Unstretched)


Limb Circumf.






Red Line 3.5cm

Small Limbs

8 - 15cm






Green Line 5.0cm

Medium Limbs

10 - 25cm



Blue Line 7.5cm

Large Limbs

20 - 45cm






Yellow Line 10.75cm

Extra Large Limbs, Head, Trunk (Child)

35 - 65cm




Beige Line 17.5cm

Trunk (Adult)

50 - 120cm







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