My Review of the ONEGenug Portable Insulin Case
I live in Arizona, so I’m used to my insulin pens going bad, especially in the summer!! It’s pretty much the worst to pay a bunch of money for the insulin, then have it go bad and it usually takes me about a day to figure out it’s gone bad, so I’m walking around with high sugar levels wondering why they aren’t going down:( So I decided to take the plunge and look for a cooled insulin pouch, because there are certain circumstances when I need my insulin and it’s hot outside, like the beach or pool. So here’s my review of the OneGenug Portable Insulin Case:)
Benefits of the OneGenug Portable Insulin Case
- You put it in the freezer and it claims it will keep cold for 2 days. I’m not sure if this is the case, but definitely keeps cool for the day of use:)
- It’s not super bulky, it has 2 ice packs that fit on each side and insulin goes in the middle section.
- It has a place that holds the insulin in place nicely in the center of the pouch.
- I like throwing it in my bag and knowing I have my insulin and it’s safe
- This portable insulin case was the least expensive one I found and I like it!! It was $12, so I thought that was a solid investment to save my insulin.
Downfalls of the OneGenug Portable Insulin Case
- I wish it was a little smaller, I know I said it’s not too bulky and it’s not. But, it’s a little large to throw in my purse.
- The instructions say to put the cold packs in the refrigerator, which isn’t the case. They need to be frozen.
- I wish they had other colors, I like the blue striped look, but I kinda wish it was pink and green:) (this is totally a stretch because I love the portable insulin case, but really, it could be cuter)
Here’s what the portable insulin case looks like
Heres the link for the OneGenug Portable Insulin Case
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