Insulpak Insulated Medication Travel Bag with Electronic Temp Display Cools up to 30 Hours

December 13, 2018 - Comment

Do you ever wonder what you medication Temperature is at? Are you always opening up and checking to see if it is still cooling, wondering if it is to warm and ruined your expensive medication any more with the InsulPakTM, Insulated Travel Bag for Temperature Sensitive Medicines for as long as 30 hours. Gives you

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Do you ever wonder what you medication Temperature is at? Are you always opening up and checking to see if it is still , wondering if it is to warm and ruined your expensive medication any more with the InsulPakTM, Insulated Travel Bag for Temperature Sensitive Medicines for as long as 30 . Gives you the ability to see what the actual temp is inside were your meds are keep

Product Features

  • Safe of temperature sensitive medicines
  • Will hold the cool for up to 30 hours
  • Place to hold syringes, needles, extra medicine and all other needed supplies
  • Comes with shoulder strap, an a 24 oz Ice Block you put in the freezer
  • 10in wide x 7 1/2 in high x 2.5in deep

Comments

Anonymous says:

With slight modifications, kept meds 36-46 degrees for 18 hrs Bought this for my daughter to travel from US to UK. Needed to keep meds between 36-46 degrees until she could refrigerate them on arrival. Trials with the pack as shipped didn’t get the job done. After numerous experiments, we found that adding another thin ice pack and a couple of layers of thin cardboard, placed in various pockets, added just the right amount of extra insulation. The case is flexible and versatile enough to try different arrangements of contents. However, the ice packs…

Anonymous says:

Great insulated bag, but beware of TSA Kept allergy serum cold (under 50 degrees) for at least 15 hours.CAUTION: on both legs of my flights, TSA pulled the insulated bag off the conveyor belt to check for explosives as they could not determine what the X-ray showed. At Boston Logan, the TSA people had to call for the head of the TSA at the airport to open the bag, even after my wife kept telling them what was in the bag. The chief TSA guy just looked at the X-ray and knew immediately what the bag was. Oh, BTW, I was…

Anonymous says:

Better than expected I just received this bag and I immediately put it to the test. I’ll be taking a two month trip to a tropical country some time in the not too distant future and I need something that will stay below 77 F for roughly 24 hours during travel.First impressions:The bag seems sturdy and well constructed. The gel pack that comes with it is thinner than I’d hoped but basically as I expected. The bag seems to have ample storage if using only the included gel pack. The carrying…

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