Dittibags Skinny Case Diabetic Wallet – Vintage Green

July 16, 2019 - Comment

The Skinny Case by Dittibags is one of the most popular insulin pen wallets on the market. This insulin pen case features a soft pliable faux leather exterior and a “no-snag” zipper. This wallet is smooth, stylish and extremely durable. The interior is equipped with a small pocket for an alcohol swab and an elastic

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The Skinny by is one of the most popular pen wallets on the market. This pen features a soft pliable faux leather exterior and a “no-snag” zipper. This wallet is smooth, stylish and extremely durable. The interior is equipped with a pocket for an alcohol swab and an elastic band with five slots to securely hold your pen needles. With one long interior pocket for your insulin pen, this bag perfectly accommodates all of your essentials allowing for fast, efficient travel. Last but not least is a conveniently placed inner window to effectively display your identification card without taking up valuable space for your supplies. Perfect for on the go, travel or everyday carry.

Product Features

  • DESIGN: This Skinny Case has room for a single Insulin pen, 5 pen tips held in place by elastic bands , wipes, and an ID card.
  • TRAVEL: Small enough to fit in any work or hand bag and your pocket. Soft fabric keeping you comfortable no matter where you carry it.
  • CONSTRUCTION: Super soft and extremely durable. The Dittibags skinny case wallet is made with quality zippers.
  • SIZE: Approximate size 8″X 2 5/8″ X 5/8″ when closed. Zips open to a larger and flatter size.
  • CARRY ALL: This case is all you need day to day for your minimalist needs. Accommodates all the essentials including your identification card.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Good little case for insulin pens Nice little case, not sure what it should be like as I just started using insulin.It holds the Lantus Solostar pen and has room for 5 BD needle tip (is that what they’re called?). It is a good price and if it lasts a year I would feel I got more than my money’s worth out of it.Fits easily on my backpack when travelling, Has room for some alcohol wipes (not many, I ran out my first trip with it) but enough for about 3 days.I keep the pen in it when I am at home also, makes it…

Anonymous says:

two strikes and out I have some very nice diabetic supply bags when I go on trips but was looking for something basic for when I went out to lunch or dinner. I have a separate case for my tester, so was just looking for someplace to store my pen and needles. This seemed to fit the bill. However, when it arrived, I was very disappointed with the quality of the pen slot. As you can see from the picture, it had a fold and the corners were overly large and showed the inside. Considering the cost, I returned and they…

Anonymous says:

Very light and soft This is not a bulky addition to my purse like some cases can be. There is enough room for insulin necessities. I would suggest that when you insert the insulin pen in the slot for which it is intended be sure the pencil clip on the outside of the pen is kept on the outside of the slot. The first time I used it I slid the whole pen in the slot and had a terrible time getting it back out because the “clip” got caught in loose fibers inside. It is not “girly” looking, but very soft and…

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