Tallygear Carrying Case – Review

Blogger and advocate Melissa Lee reviews the Tallygear Dexcom G4 carrying case — one of her favorite D-products!

REVIEWER’S BREAKDOWN -

PROs:

  • many different ways to wear the product (versatile)
  • allows for personalization with many prints and patterns available
  • all the device features are fully accessible through the vinyl viewing window
  • comes with a medical ID label

CONs:

  • case has to be opened (fabric pushed back) to access the Dexcom charging port {editor’s addition}

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aDorn Designs Diabetes Supplies Case – Review

Cait Patterson reviews aDorn Designs diabetes carrying case from their Elite Collection — a stylish clutch to carry D-supplies!

REVIEWER’S BREAKDOWN -

PROs:

  • not an obvious diabetes supplies case
  • attractive design
  • offers a variety of ways to store supplies and other items

CONs:

  • more applicable to insulin pen users
  • hard to close sometimes; could be made with a slightly wider spine

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FRIO Insulin Cooling Case – Review

Longtime PWD Dan Patrick reviews the FRIO Insulin Cooling Case – a necessity for diabetes travel!

REVIEWER’S BREAKDOWN -

PROs:

  • no need for ice packs, refrigeration, electricity, or a power supply
  • the cases are reusable and only require cold water for re-activation
  • most of the cases are a size that can be placed into a pocket
  • the cooling cases come in six different color choices and seven different sizes

CONs:

  • units have to be soaked in water to activate (not always convenient)
  • smaller sizes are convenient for travel, but also small enough to be misplaced
  • it’s essential that the cases stay in contact with air to “breathe”

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Myabetic Banting Wallet – Review

Christel Aprigliano reviews the Myabetic Banting Wallet — a fashionable way to carry your D-supplies!

REVIEWER’S BREAKDOWN -

PROs:

  • stylish look and design
  • removable Velcro pouch for used test strips

CONs:

  • elastic loops are too tight to hold larger meter vials in the wallet
  • wallet is too small to hold a glucose tabs container along with other vital supplies

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