Diabetes Travel Kit
A complete kit for traveling with diabetes
Diabetes should not prevent you from having fun, from making a trip to an exotic country or a simple mountain hike. If you have diabetes and want to travel, you just need to carefully plan your trip. There are of course always unexpected events (lost luggage, the sinking your boat next to a lost island), but if you are well prepared, you can usually overcome these difficulties quite easily.
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There are many misconceptions about diabetes and insulin, and quite often the things that seem quite obvious to your doctor are a complete mystery to you. So we have carefully selected devices that will allow you to enjoy your travels anywhere, any time.
The Lifeina complete diabetes travel kit includes :
- LifeinaBox, the world's smallest fridge, for you to put your insulin when in the hotel
- LifeinaBag24, an isothermal bag that keeps your medication between 2 and 8°C for 24 hours, for when you take the plane
- MedActiv's EasyBag Single, an isothermal bag that keeps your daily insulin between 16 and 25°C. Working with just fresh water, the EasyBag Single is for when you take daily excursions and need to take your medication with you
- A copy of Uwe Diegel's Guide to Traveling with Diabetes, illustrated by South African photographer Graham De Lacy
Suitable for Novo, Lantus, or any other insulin
La meilleure solution tout-en-un pour diabétiques qu'on puisse trouver sur le marché.
Love the story
I loved the story of the LifeinaBox, that it was developed by one brother to help his other brother after his insulin got frozen. Just goes to show that necessity is often the mother of invention. The best products are often the most obvious ones. I’m just amazed that no one though of this solution before.
Hi! I really appreciate this box... as well as the bags, and the guide is very thoughtful...
I loved this... and the guide is very thoughtful..