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 diabetic or you live with one, you know there are new challenges in life. INVISAPUMP is a revolutionary way to wear your 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 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 portion of the clip showing.

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

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 you may clip to the , but will be invisible if clipped under the .

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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