With all of the things you need to carry to care for your diabetes, you'll want to check out one of these specially-designed carrying cases. Specially-designed cases have compartments for insulin, pump supplies, syringes, lancets, even meters, and cool packs to keep everything from getting too hot.
Professional Case, maker of fine leather medical bags, sport totes, and organizers, has added three new diabetes cases to their product line. Each diabetes case includes two removable freezer packs, heavyweight web handles, and a shoulder strap. Constructed of durable 1000 Denier polyester and nylon. Padded for insulation and protection. Add up to three initials to customize your diabetes case.
Visit the Professional Case On-line Store and select "Browse Store" to learn more and order.
Professional Case, Inc.
9790 Inter-Ocean Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45246
1-800-543-1653 Toll Free in the USA
FRIO makes a unique product for keeping insulin (and insulin pens) cool. The Frio wallet contains crystals that, after being immersed in water for 10-15 minutes, keep the wallet cool for several days. FRIO wallets have been developed which keeps insulin safe for at least 45 hours - even in constant environmental temperatures of 100 degree Fahrenheit, according to the FRIO web site.
For ordering information, visit the FRIO UK web site or one of these US distributors:
The DIA-PAK has enough room to hold supplies for a week or more. It's made of water-resistant nylon. Shoulder strap, waist belt and cold packs are optional. They also have a DIA-PAK Jr. and DIA-PAK Mini, which are smaller versions of the original.
Order the DIA-PAK online at the Medicool web site.
aDorn makes a "high style, low profile" medical bag for women with diabetes. A special side zipper opens to reveal the diabetes products, keeping them away from all the other stuff in your purse. $69.95, or $74.95 with fitted ice pack.aDorn Designs
175 18th Ave
San Francisco, CA 94121
Insulin Case Shop offers a large selection of carrying cases, coolers including the FRIO pack, and prefilled syringe cases. Syringe cases secure a prepared syringes in a plastic cradle that prevents plunger from accidental activation. Great for babysitters, grandparents, and others who can inject but not draw up.
The Insulin Case Shop
17535 32 Ave North
Plymouth MN 55447
Call Toll Free 1-(877)-829-8024
MEDport makes three carrying cases for diabetes supplies:
Diabetic's Travel Organizer, which has two separate compartments, one with a cool pack for insulin and syringes, and one for other supplies such as a meter, lancing device, lancets, etc. There is enough room to hold about two weeks of supplies. The Diabetic's Travel Organizer measures 9x6x2.5 inches and costs US$24.95 plus US$4.95 shipping and handling.
Diabetic's Daily Organizer, which has also two separate compartments, one with a cool pack for insulin and syringes, and one for other supplies such as a meter, lancing device, lancets, etc. There is enough room to hold supplies for several days. The Diabetic's Daily Organizer measures 6.75x5.5x2.5 inches and costs US$19.95 plus US$4.95 shipping and handling.
Reviewer's comments: This carrying case is very nice. The manufacturing quality looks like it will stand up to daily use, there's more than enough room for several day's supplies, and there's a loop for attaching to a belt or fanny pack. The outside nylon is waterproof. And it's not so big that it will be uncomfortable to wear to a day at the amusement park.
The Diabetic's Wallet, an insulated, rigid case for carrying four pre-drawn syringes. A separate pocket holds a small meter and testing supplies. Measures 9x3x.75 inches and costs US$11.95 plus US$4.95 shipping and handling.
23 Acorn Street
Providence, RI 02903
Peacock Products, run by Anita Peacock, makes a very nice diabetes purse / carrying case for women with diabetes. There are plenty of compartments to store all your diabetes supplies, as well as everything else you usually carry. $89.95 in canvas, $159.95 in leather. Very well made.Peacock Products
511 Oak Avenue
Americus, GA 31709
Made from vibrant and durable fabrics Skidaddle bags ensure that your diabetes/ medical supplies are always easy to access and secure. Unlike the traditional approach, Skidaddle bags are designed as a fashion accessory with all the safety features that you'd expect from even the sturdiest medical bags. To learn more visit www.skidaddlebags.com.Skidaddle Bags
P.O. Box 783697
Winter Garden, Fl 34778
The StaiWell bag looks like a backpack but is actually a diabetes carrying case. It's small enough to take anywhere but big enough to hold a day's supplies, including juice boxes and food. Hidden pocket holds a cold pack. Comes in Navy Blue, and Black. $49.95 plus $10.95 shipping to US addresses. 1-877-847-2851, text 509-218-3053 or email email@example.comStaiwell
2202 South Calvin Road
Veradale, WA 99037
Other Companies The Offer Diabetes Carrying Cases
- Classic Case Works offers a selection of carrying cases for your diabetes supplies.
- Cooler Couture offers women's purses with a cooler compartment for protecting insulin or a small meal.
- Desang is a UK company that makes diabetes carrying cases
- Diabetes Designs makes fashionable cases for carrying your glucose monitoring supplies
- The Fridge to Go Travel Wallet designed in conjunction with Eli Lilly Australia for transporting insulin pens and vials.
- The Insulin Case Shop carries a variety of carrying case products, including prefilled syringe cases.
- myabetic offers fashionable, functional diabetes carrying cases.
- PAKBARA offers a great selection of diabetes carrying cases, including pump cases.
- Sugar Medical Supply offers stylish, colorful blood glucose monitoring kits.
- ZIPPouch has a foam protective lining to help protect the contents from shock and temperature fluctuations including keeping the contents cooler in the hot summer months.
Last Updated: Friday May 17, 2013 07:53:59
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