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Fun, Fashionable Bag Organizes Your Diabetes Supplies


Mar 1, 2004

Do your diabetes supplies take up so much room in your purse or handbag that you have little room for non-diabetes paraphernalia?

If so, the mom of a child with diabetes feels your pain. And did something about it.

The Diabetes 1 Bag is designed to conveniently carry diabetes supplies while providing ample space for the normal contents of a purse.

The 14.5 x 11.5 x 5-inch bag has two sides. One side has two zippered clear plastic compartments to hold test strips, syringes, lancets, and so on. The other side has two pockets-one can hold a meter and an ice pack and the other holds up to five vials of insulin.

The Diabetes 1 bag costs $84.95. A portion of all proceeds will go to support the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and the American Diabetes Association.

For ordering information, log on to www.diabetes1bag.com or call (214) 853-5168.


Categories: Carrying Cases, Diabetes, Diabetes, Insulin, Products, Syringes



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Comments

Posted by handyinsulincase on 30 May 2008

Organizing supplies is a chore. I've found the handyinsulincase.com is a great carrying tool.

Posted by Anonymous on 29 August 2008

All I want is a small steamline clutch that keeps a loaded needle cool for 12 hours or less. It would have been nice to see all items on one page with a brief description and clickable. Otherwise, I just don't have time to do all the items you mentioned and will assume modern technology just can't come up with a simple item.


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