AIJUN Portable Insulin Cooler Case Keeping Mini Insulin Cooler Car Refrigerator Keeps Diabetes Medication Cool and Insulated

April 11, 2018 - Comment

Portable and fashionable Support DC12V DC, AC110V~240V, 3.7V battery, Battery ensure more than 8 hours working while no vehicle power or household power. 2~8/’C under 25/’C, keep insulin safe for 30 days under ambient 40/’C Large LCD display, show the time and refrigeration temp clearly, interchangeable between /’C and /’F Antifreeze function, Environment friendly: Using

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and fashionable
Support DC12V DC, AC110V~240V, 3.7V , ensure more than 8 hours working while no vehicle power or household power.
2~8/’C under 25/’C, keep insulin safe for 30 days under ambient 40/’C
Large LCD display, show the time and refrigeration temp clearly, interchangeable between /’C and /’F
Antifreeze function,
Environment friendly: Using thermoelectric refrigeration

Product Details:
1. Refrigeration Space(L*W*H)
170mm*55mm*23mm
2. Dimensions(L*W*H)
187mm*80mm*68mm
3. Refrigeration Temperature
2-8C (Under ambient 20C)
4. Input/output Voltage(Charger)
AC100V-240V/DC 5.0V
5. Output Current(Charger) 2A
6. Voltage(Lithium Battery) DC3.7V
7 Capacity(Lithium Battery) Internal 6000mAH
8. Power Rating 5W/DC5.0V;3W/DC3.7V

Product Features

  • 【 Refrigeration Space(L*W*H)】 6.69*2.16*0.9inch;.Dimensions(L*W*H):7.36*3.15*2.67inch
  • &#12304Cold Storage Temperature】 2-8℃(35.6-46.4℉, operating temperature below 25℃(77℉)If the room temperature over 25 ℃,the can`t below 8℃.
  • &#12304Max Working Time】 8 hours after full chargerd–Battery indicator flashing while charging, Unplug the power cable to check the electric quantity. -Insulin Cooler Box is designed to provide a convenient and affordable way to keep medicines (such as insulin or other medicines that are injected,) at a safe temperature
  • &#12304Sensing Refrigeration(Semiconductor)&#12305. Don`t use the thermometer to measure it, the temperatures of the case`s bottom should be lower than air. The “medicine bottle” direct-contact the bottom , so the medicine direct-contact the bottom refrigeration.If you sent at 2℃( on screen display 2℃),the bottom is acturally 2℃. If you use thermometer to measure, you just measure the temperature of the air, not the acturally refrigerating temperature
  • 【 Don’t forget to Close 】 Avoid exposes medicines to extreme temperatures . Luggage compartments, Hotel rooms (when guests are out of the rooms, climate control is often turned off),Taxis, Airlines, and other forms of transportation. Work and Home:Many work environments reach extreme temperatures; even climate controlled areas can be shut off at the end of the business day. Most people prefer privacy for their insulin storage, rather than placing it in a shared refrigerator

Comments

JimBeaux49 says:

A Perfect Solution for Traveling with Chilled Meds (Updated) Just got mine today and set it up right away. Really works great! Plugged it in to charge the battery and to begin to chill it down as a test, and it didn’t take much time at all for it to reach 42 degrees. I kept it plugged in to keep charging the battery, and it maintained that temp every time I looked in on it to check the battery level. Perfect solution for my upcoming travel during the winter, and it should be even of better use next summer.FYI re storage – it holds three…

Kurt E. Kuhn says:

Got a defective unit??? Worked great initially. Got down to the low temperature so loaded the unit with insulin and off we went on vacation. 36 hours later I checked the unit and the battery appeared to be dead, but the unit had kept the insulin cool. Figured that I just exceeded the life of a charge… Plugged the unit back in to both 12 volt and 110 AC and the battery showed it was charging, but there was no longer any fan noise nor did any of the rest of the digital display work (just the battery part of the…

Camille Fung says:

I hope our upcoming trip to Mexico will be just as easy and successful I’ve only used this case once but it met all my expectations. I was nervous about traveling with my son’s backup insulin pens but the ability to plug it in on the plane (we flew on Delta), in the rental car, and then without plugging it in at all, the pens stayed cold until we eventually checked into our hotel and could place them into the fridge. I hope our upcoming trip to Mexico will be just as easy and successful. It is really worth the money considering how well it works. I just wonder how…

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