Efficiently carry your possessions safely with you at all times, thanks to the Satchel Bag with Cross-Body Strap. The small and compact, yet spacious, design of the bag enables you to easily carry it around with you, without it being too heavy or obtrusive when you're out and about. Two straps on the back of the bag allow you to fasten it over your wheelchair, scooter or rollator, with a secure velcro fastening for safety. Additionally, you can also use the bag independently of your mobility aid, as it features an adjustable shoulder strap like a satchel with a pad designed to be extra comfortable on your shoulder. The bag has several safety features such as a velcro-fastening flap which hides the zip access to the bag's main compartment, which is spacious and contains an interior zip pocket for wallets, purses and phones. An additional zip pocket on the outside of the flap is perfect for reaching essential items. The overall design of the bag is modern, stylish and gender-neutral, whilst the neat compact size is ideal for taking it with you anywhere. Shoulder strap for easy carrying Velcro fastening onto mobility aids Secure velcro and zip fastening Compact and neat satchel design Ideal for keeping possessions safe L: 260mm (10") x W: 230mm (9") x D: 50mm (2")
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