Invisapump Insulin Pump Case

October 15, 2019 - Comment

If you are a diabetic or you live with one, you know there are new challenges in life. INVISAPUMP is a revolutionary way to wear your insulin pump INSIDE your clothes with easy access to bolus when you need to. We have tested the product with the following insulin pumps: Minimed 512/515, 712/715, 722 and

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If you are a or you live with one, you know there are new challenges in life. is a revolutionary way to wear your INSIDE your clothes with easy access to bolus when you need to.

We have tested the product with the following insulin pumps:

Minimed 512/515, 712/715, 722 and works with the new Minimed Guardian Monitor!!

Animas IR 1000, IR1200, IR1250 NEW ANIMAS 2020

Disetronic H Tron

Accu – Chek Spirit

Specifications

: Length 3 ¼ , Width 2, Height ¾

Clear Window: Length 2 5/8 ,Width 1 5/8

INSTRUCTIONS:

INVISIBLE INSULIN PUMP CASE

1. Insert the pump so that the tubing faces upwards & extends out from the case.

2. The pump clip should face the outside of the pants to leave a small portion of the clip showing.

3. To bolus, you can do via audio bolus by reaching thru the pant pocket.

4. To remove pump while pants are worn, discretely pull up the pump so you may view, take bolus & slip back in the pants.

5. If wearing a thin belt you may clip to the belt, but will be invisible if clipped under the belt.

Comments

Anonymous says:

My third one I started wearing the invisible pump hold since 2012. The first lasted for 6 years and the other one is lost. Great for concealing your pump.

Anonymous says:

Five Stars It is a good fit. It works well.

Anonymous says:

Great Idea I purchased the Invisapump case a few weeks. I recently started to use an insulin pump and was struggling with how to wear my pump in a manner that would not draw attention to it and also protect it and keep it out of the way. The Invisapump case turned out to be perfect, I am able to keep my pump completely out of sight until it’s time for insulin refills, set changes, etc. I have a meter remote to control my pump so this is a great innovation.

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