Other barfbag sites

Top four

Time just for a quick tour? Our dedicated team of bagsurfing specialists suggest the following sites:

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Airsickness Bag Home Page: Steve Silberberg's virtual museum of bags. ◊Jun 2006

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Rune's Official Barf Bag Collection: Rewarding site from a Swedish collector. Dec 2005

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Kelly's World of Airsickness Bags: Alaska-based Bruce Kelly's collection: the biggest bag online collection on the planet. The place to go if you need to know what a Walker's Cay Airline bag looks like.◊Mar 2007

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The Vomitorium: Award-winning site by Graham Curran, with clickable thumbnails of each bag and the airline logo underneath. Pay a visit to the Souvenirs: a definite must-see. ◊Nov/Dec 2006

Bagsite of the Month Awards: ◊2004 ◊2005 ◊2006 ◊2007 ◊2008

Dead sites: no longer online or maintained.

Want to see more? 

Then search Yahoo or Google for "barf bags", or check out the following.

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Airsicknessbags.czechian.net: Nice, clean design from young Czech collector Petr Manda Feb 2005

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Airsicknessbags.dk: Listing of 2000+ bags from Thomas Homer Goetz's massive collection. Includes his swaps, but sadly, no bag pictures.◊Sep/Oct 2007

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Anan's airsickness bags collection: Bilingual English/Japanese site by Toshiaki Anan, with clickable thumbnails attractively arranged by continent.◊May 2007

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Baghecht: Joint collection of German Tütologen Thorsten Hecht and Gerhard Lang. Extensive collection. Click on the thumbnails to see a larger scan and details of each bag. Aug 2005 ◊Aug/Sep 2006

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Bag-Hobby: Collection Chris Hays, a young British former bagophile. Most of his collection was taken over by UK/New Zealand collector David Bradford. May 2005

bulletBagistan: Reiner Schulz's Bagistan National Museum of Bags. ◊Mar 2006
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Bagland: Alan Howlett's collection of over 550 bags, all displayed in widescreen format in glorious Technicolor®, so you can see every fold, crease and ethnic food stain. Jan 2005

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Bagstage: The collection of German baggist Walter Brinker. List of bags and swaps. Scans are promised for the future.◊Oct 2006

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Barfbag Central: Entertaining site from Ernest Cox, features the world's only barfbag carousel.◊Apr 2007

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Bjřrn Christian Třrrissen's Needful thingsnew: Only a few bags, but makes up for this with a wealth of ancillary information.◊Apr 2008

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Daniel's airsickness bags: A listing of German collector Daniel Kahleyss's collection. No pictures, but aficionados might be interested to check his list of airlines who did NOT supply him with bags when he asked.

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Barforama: Small but nicely designed site by Larry Nadon.

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Blici-pytliky.czechian.net: This site is managed by two Czech baggists, Jan Tomášek and Petr Mack. ◊Sep 2005

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Cidricu.it: A small (but highly coloured) collection of Cédrick Gauthier-Lacognata's European bags - in 11 languages, including Romanian, Norwegian, Catalan and Sicilian. Formerly called Giramondo ◊May 2006

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David Shomper's Barfbag Site: Imaginatively named site belonging to David Shomper: claims to be the world's highest (above sea level) ◊Jul 2006

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DesignForChunks: A site rich in potential bag designs, rather than real bags. Some awesome designs to inspire airlines that offer boring plain white bags. Check here for a quick taste.

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Eero Kouvalainen's Strange hobby: This Finnish collector has over 100 bags but just a few bag images on his site.

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fmd's Air and Sea Sickness Bags Collection: Italian collection by Fulvio Dossena, with some bags scanned. ◊Jan 2007

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Frank's Collection: Small site in German and English by Frank Wentzel. Does not seem to have been updated recently.

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Fred's airsickness bags: "Belgium's first website dedicated to the wondrous world of airsickness bags". Nice, clean design by Frédéric Courtay, with over 100 bags. ◊Apr 2005

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Fredy Thürig: This Swiss collector has an extensive bag gallery. ◊Oct 2004

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Indojin: Or something like that. Sawada Ken's collection, in Japanese. ◊Feb 2006

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Inflight: Very nicely designed site displaying Christian Annyas's collection. Mar 2005

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Jablos Kotztüten-Museum: Informative and entertaining site in German. ◊Aug 2004

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Jakkiez's collection: This young Thai collector started the original Yahoo! barfbags egroup.

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Johnny's Barf Bags Website: Small collection from an Israeli collector. ◊May 2004

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Kanako's collection: Small collection from a Japanese baggist, but with some rare East Asian items. ◊Dec 2007

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Ken Costilow: Useful thumbnails to help you identify unknown bags.

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Kotztueten: Handy reference of Frederik Witte's bags, with a Hall of Fame of donors. ◊Feb 2007

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Kotztueten.de: Small German collection from Christian Becker. ◊Jun 2007

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Kotztuete.net: Collection curated by Martin Zeil and Thomas Krämer, divided into German, European and non-European bags. ◊Jul 2007

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Kyoko's Airsickness Bag Collection:new Japanese collector Kyoko Hagino-Tomioka has some interesting items from Asia and the Pacific.◊Mar 2008

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Max Sammet's Barfbag Page: With optional background hurling sounds.

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Michael Cooper's Barf Bags: This University of Berkeley professor lends a bit of academic kudos to the profession of baggery. Watch the news video of his collection. ◊Aug 2007

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Mike's World Wide Web of Barfbags: Small collection of American bags. For some reason it features high on a lot of search engine results.

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Ohayuni's collection: In both English and Japanese.

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Rasmus Mřller Sřrensen's Collection: Site in English and Danish with thumbnails of some of the bags.

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Rolf Thalmann's site: Features poetry as well as large-sized bagscans so you can check every flaw and crease in Rolf's collection. Nov 2005

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Russell Buckley's swaplist: This British safety card collector also trades bags. ◊May 2008

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Sam's Airsickness Bags: This young Israeli collector's site boasts hundreds of bags. Clickable pictures of some.

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Sickbagman: By UK collector Steve James, but has not been updated since he sold his collection to US baggist Earl Waibel. Some memorable items on display.

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Takeshi and Tomoko Muto's sickbag page: Specializes in Japanese bags. A pity they don't trade. ◊Jul 2004

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't brakerke: Tom de Kort claims this is the "second Belgian site on barfbags". Nice collection with handy clickable thumbnails. ◊Apr 2004

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Torby na Pawia: Leszek Szałapak's site, in English and Polish. Apparently the Poles think that barfbags have something to do with peacocks. ◊Apr 2006

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ULC's Airsicknessbags: Danish baggist Ulrik Christensen's collection. Listing of bags, but sadly no scans.

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Virtual Vismod: A collection that has now been donated to Steve Silberberg's Virtual Museum. Includes wallpaper to download.◊Feb 2008

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The virtual museum of ralphing receptacles. Only three pages, but packed full of clickable bags. Owner of this fine site is US-based collector Harry Robertson. Jan 2006

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Wolfgang Franken: Useful bilingual (English and German) site, with big list of other sites, a bulletin board and news of collectors' conventions.◊Nov 2007

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Yaho de Ville: If you speak Polish, this is the bagsite for you. The Torebki link in the menu leads to the bags. ◊Jul 2004

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Yahoo: The folks at Yahoo have finally seen fit to give bagophily the prominence it deserves.

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Zio Guido's site: This Italian collector offers visitors a barfbag postcard.◊Jan 2008

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