Luxja Insulin Travel Case, Insulin Bag for Insulin Pens and Other Diabetic Supplies (Bag Only), Black

September 30, 2019 - Comment

Product Features DURABLE: Made of heavy-duty nylon. Thick padding sandwiched between layers of material, which helps keep the supplies in good condition. INSULATED LINING: The inner part is with wipeable aluminum foil lining, which is good for keeping the insulin cool. REASONABLE DESIGN: The upper two pockets can hold items like insulin pens, vials and

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Product Features

  • DURABLE: Made of heavy-duty nylon. Thick padding sandwiched between layers of material, which helps keep the in good condition.
  • INSULATED LINING: The inner part is with wipeable aluminum foil lining, which is good for keeping the cool.
  • REASONABLE DESIGN: The upper two pockets can hold items like insulin pens, and syringes. The bottom mesh is to store the ice (Ice isn’t included). There is also an outer zipper pocket for keeping alcohol swabs.
  • EASY TO CARRY: Comes with a carabiner that can be hooked onto a belt loop or backpack, which makes it easy to be carried.
  • DIMENSIONS: 8.5″ X 3.75″ X 1.5″. Good for daily use or keeping in the backpack on vacation.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Quality Case That Holds A Lot I was about to order another case for more than twice the price when I ran across this case. I’m glad I ordered this high quality case.There is more than enough room to hold all of my supplies. I keep my meter, test strips, lancing device, lances, even the testing solution, in the case. I also keep 2 different pens, and a lot of needle caps, and glucose tablets in the case. There’s room for 4 pens, but I only carry 2. My insulin pen is 6 1/2″ long, and there’s room…

Anonymous says:

Nice Finally a Diabetes paraphernalia bag that is well designed…large enough to hold what you need, but small enough to carry without being a burden or obtrusive. Color’s a little odd, but ok. Zippier works well. Needs a more substantial way to attach a shoulder strap….I was able to attach round key rings to each zipper to accommodate a shoulder strap. I am a type I diabetic for 50 years and am continuously looking for the best/good way to carry my necessary “stuff”.

Anonymous says:

Durable and spacious, holds all of my on the go diabetic needs. I looked at several cases and options for a travel arrangement for my diabetic supplies. I am new to this, I have a medication induced form of diabete, have never had the need to carry around so much medical stuff. I decided on this case based on the size for travel but with the amount of storage and compartment for separating all of my supplies. The top zipper cases hold my alcohol preps, testing strips, and a small notebook with pen for keeping notes. The middle flip part holds my insulin…

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