The Insulin Cooler Wallet Plus | XL from Glucology is a 5 pen medication travel pack that keeps insulin at a cool and safe temperature whilst on-the-go. No need for batteries, ice packs or refrigeration.
You can rely on this Insulin Cooler Wallet as it can store your daily medication and keep it at the controlled room temperature for 36 hrs. The insulin travel case can keep your medication at a right temperature and is easily activated with cold water.
The Insulin Cooler Wallet Plus | XL from Glucology is a 5 pen medication travel pack that keeps insulin at a cool and safe temperature whilst on-the-go. No need for batteries, ice packs or refrigeration.The insulin travel case can keep your medication at a right temperature and is easily activated with cold water. Just soak the pouch and you're good to go. It looks sleek and it's easy and discrete to carry around and keep your diabetic accessories organised.
You can rely on this Insulin Cooler Wallet as it can store your daily medication and keep it at the controlled room temperature for 36 hrs. Our medical cooling bag is perfect for various types of insulin pen, insulin vials or cartridges and auto-injectors but it can also be used for other temperature-sensitive medications for cystic fibrosis, glaucoma, rheumatoid Arthritis, Crohn’s disease or for an EpiPen.
Keep your insulin at the right temperature
Whilst traveling, it is important to keep insulin at the right temperature. Insulin helps control blood sugar levels and are a vital medication for diabetics. If not kept at the safe temperature, insulin will ‘die’.
Insulin is sensitive to temperature variations. The Insulin Cooler Wallet is equipped with an inner pouch that maintains the required temperature for your in-use insulin between 18 and 26 °C for 36 hours, even if the environment temperature is lower or higher. This large pouch is an ideal essential diabetic travel accessory.
It keeps your insulin at the safe temperature for up to 36 hours and can be reused over and over again! If you need to extend the insulating effects of the cooling pouch, just reactivate the bag by submerging it again in cold water to keep your insulin cool for another 36 hours.
What fits in the Insulin Cooler Wallet?
This travel cooler features a large section with plenty of space to hold all your supplies and an additional compartment for extra accessories.
It can hold:
5 x insulin injection pens (both refillable or pre-filled) or
15 x 3ml/1.5ml cartridges
6 x 10 ml vials of insulin or syringes
The outer pocket can fit strips, swabs or lancets
How to use the insulin Cooler Wallet from Glucology?
These are the steps you’ll need to take to use the cooler pouch.
1. Soak the inner pouch containing the crystals in cold water for 8-10 minutes.
2. While immersing, make sure the crystals are spread evenly inside the pouch.
3. After 8-10 min, remove the pouch from the water.
4. Place on a flat surface and allow to drain for 5 minutes.
5. Gently dry the cooler bag (using a towel or tissues)
6. When mostly dry, place the medication in the cooler bag and the activated pouch in the outer cover of the cooler bag.
7. For safe storage, the pouch should be re-immersed in water every 36 hours or sooner if the quantity of gel reduces and it starts returning to its crystal form.
8. When in continuous use, 2-3 minutes of immersion in water will be sufficient, depending on the size of the pouch.
9. If not in use, store the Insulin Cooler Wallet in a cool and dry place until next use.
Cleaning and storage
When not in use, remove the inner pouch from the outer cover and allow drying out naturally until the gel returns to its crystal form.
To keep the crystals separate, gently shake the pouch when drying. The drying period can take 2-4 weeks depending on the size of the bag and the climate.
This bag has been specifically designed for on-the-go. Carry the case with the handle or attach the shoulder strap.
With a continuous ‘cool’ period of 36 hours, the insulin cooler wallet is the perfect choice for on-the-go!
Our product is insulated to help maintain the desired temperatures. We would recommend you consult your GP or the manufacturer’s information before using the cooling pouch so you are sure of the right temperature required for your specific medication.