Carrying Soft Case for Allergy Epipen and Diabetes Insulin Pens Insulated LegBuddy Black Size S-M

April 10, 2018 - Comment

Wilderness Medicine Team study about temperature sensitive medications showed that Epipen temperature regulation with body heat appears to be the best solution for cold weather travel. Designed for carrying emergency medicines such as Epipen or Insulin Pens. Medicines and/or Auto-Injectors not included. Sizing: S-M fits most teens and adults 90 to 170 pounds. See Blue

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Wilderness Medicine Team study about temperature sensitive medications showed that Epipen temperature regulation with body heat appears to be the best solution for cold weather travel. Designed for emergency medicines such as Epipen or Pens. Medicines and/or Auto-Injectors not included. Sizing: S-M fits most teens and adults 90 to 170 pounds. See Blue Image with sizing guidelines.

Product Features

  • Started Shipping August15, 2016 with softer body and higher grade pouch
  • Pouch expands to securely hold medications such as; One or two Epipen, Insulin Pen’s, Asthma Pump and more
  • Prominently displayed medical alert emergency id symbol lets others know you carry life saving med’s
  • Discreet, Comfortable, Conforms to your body for all day wear
  • Most liked carrier among teens and adults with anaphylaxis food allergy

Comments

George Levy says:

High quality insulated medicine carrier I purchased the Leg Buddy medicine carrier for one of my best friend’s daughters. She has very severe food allergies and needs to constantly have access to an epipen. This little pouch keeps the medicine close by and protected even when its cold outside. So glad to know that she can always have the epipen handy in her Leg Buddy. Very well crafted and resilient too.

Spenser Calderin says:

I was allergic to it – chemical odor and caused hives. Reeks of chemical odor – I was allergic to it. Irony. And multiple washings did not help at all. I’m not returning it as I did attempt to wash it several times but this really does seem to defeat the purpose of the device which is to carry epipens. I’m not allergic to neoprene as a rule so I am guessing either a dye or some sort of perservative/pesticide while it was warehoused.

Dan Evans says:

Functional and really cool. Everything that I wanted it to be. This same a gift for my son and he loves it. Functional and really cool.

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