Insulin Cooler Medicine Refrigerated Box Portable Drug Reefer Car Small Refrigerator Travel Case via DHL (Insulin Cooler Cup)

April 13, 2018 - Comment

How to use: 3 ways to cool down the coolant inside (cool storage), when the flask internal temperature at 2-17° ,it means the completion of cool storage. When cool charging in the freezer or refrigerator, flask shall be open the lid and place the thermometer in the flask. Freezer: Leave the flask open in the

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How to use:
3 ways to cool down the coolant inside (cool ), when the flask internal at 2-17° ,it means the completion of cool . When cool charging in the freezer or refrigerator, flask shall be open the lid and place the thermometer in the flask.

Freezer: Leave the flask open in the freezer for 6-8 hours, make full cool charging. When making full cool charging, then can be used or placed in the fridge for use. If longer time may result in overcooling (

Product Features

  • Efficient: When fully cool storage, the internal temperature of this product can be kept at 18-20°C for 72 hours in the 40°C climate
  • Safe: The unique PCM coolant inside can freeze at 18°C, which means it can become ‘ICE’ in the fridge with 0°C plus temperature, melt and absorb heat to keep the flask at 18°C for the safety of insulin
  • Reliable: Built-in thermometer,: Like a mug, easy to carry
  • Capacity: 2 insulin pens or 8 insulin refill cartridges
  • Mainly used for storing insulin. accumulating one time, it can keep the temperature of cup below 20 degrees for 72 hours. It can also be used for other medicines, keeping the temperature between 2-20 degrees

Comments

D. McCall says:

So far, TSA hasn’t pestered me about this. I travel…often and carry 2 RX pens that need to be kept cool. The gel packs for med pens can trigger a TSA check. So far this hasn’t. IT does keep my meds cool ford 10ish hours and comes with a mercury thermometer! Haven’t seen those in decades.

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