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For those diabetics who still have to use bottles of insulin, ether to fill up insulin pumps or because they prefer to use syringes, then the new Bottle Bank might be just the thing for you.

Clearance sale price £16.99 (was £28.99) — price includes FREE p&p to the UK.

Bottle Bank for syringe users can carry: Up to two packets of x10 disposable 0.5ml syringes, Bottle Bank Kitbagx 2 bottles of insulin, and has space for ID card and two other small flat pockets.

Alternatively, if kitbag is used for one bottle of insulin and one packet of 10 syringes, then the other pocket can carry blood-testing kit (sensors, blood test machine, finger-pricker).

The Bottle Bank for insulin pump users This is a great ‘weekender’ kitbag for insulin pump users containing items that might be required should an infusion set need to be changed or a cartridge refilled.

The Bottle Bank (for pumpers) can carry:
X1 bottle of insulin
X1 spare infusion set (depending on the brand, you may fit two in)
X1 insulin reservoir
X1 insertion set

Dimensions (when closed)
H: 24cm (9.5”)
W: 13cm (5”)
D: 3.5cm (1.5”)
Wt (when empty): 270g

Pockets: both pockets are  H12cm x W12cm x D3cm (approx 5” x5” x2”).

You can see a demo of the bottle bank here: The Bottle Bank Kit Bag – movie

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