Our Insulin Cooling and Insulating Case makes it easy to travel with temperature-sensitive medicines. No ice packs or refrigeration required! Simply immerse the inner pouch in cold water, dry it and go. Medications stay cool for more than two days. Just soak again in cold water to reactivate. Holds six vials with syringes or four insulin pens. (8¼ x 6¼ x ¼"; 2 oz)
You can have your order wrapped in a reusable dark gray gift bag, tied with a ribbon. $6.00 each gift bag. Select the "Gift Bag" option during checkout.
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The FRIO Large Insulin Cooling Case is designed so that diabetics can pack their medications and carry them without refrigeration when they travel. Lightweight and compact, it is re-usable and designed to keep insulin within acceptable temperature limits for several days before it needs to be reactivated.
- Keeps insulin cool and safe
- Refrigeration not required
- Simply activate with cold water
- Lightweight and compact
- Designed to keep insulin within acceptable temperature limits for several days before it needs to be reactivated
- Consists of 2 parts:
- Cambrelle outer cover
- Inner pouch made of poly/cotton with panels containing crystals, which are non-toxic and non-flammable
- Do not carry or store in an airtight or waterproof container when activated - FRIOs need to breathe
- Suitable for carrying various combinations of pens, vials and cartridges
Weight: 2 oz
Materials: Polymide Nylon, Velcro, crystals (sodium polyacrylate)
Product TypeAntiseptics & Cleaning Supplies
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By Anne Williams, Gainesvilleal of, GA in January, 2014
Need Larger Size for Eye Drops and Meds
I bought the smaller size for one diabetic med pen and one or two small bottles of eye drops and serum tears.
This product is not ice cold, but keeps cool for an extended time, Have used several times for international and domestic trips. Recently, when soaked, it swelled so big and tight that I could not get my medications out when needed. Only one item would fit. Maybe I failed to follow exact directions; however, now I am ordering the larger size to accommodate my needs better. I would like to see a shorter size version available for eye medications, as it is difficult to remove small vials from the bottom, because the interior space is very tight. The concept is excellent, and much easier to use than coolers and dry ice.
By Sharon B., Plano, TX in May, 2012
Not very good!
I took this with us to Europe, a long flight. It did not keep my meds very cool. Yes, I had soaked it well. I am decidedly unimpressed.
By Natalie P., Arlington, MA in December, 2011
Best Insulin Travel Bag
We used the insulin cooling bag on a recent trip to Texas. It stayed cold for the four days we were traveling. It was great not having to try to get a freezer bag refrozen or to ask for a refrigerator in the motel. Best insulin bag yet!
By Bernadette R., Telford, PA in December, 2011
Helpful for travel
I was glad to finally find a product that would keep my insulin and supplies cool and safe for a long period of time. Makes traveling so much easier.
By Ellen K., Fort Worth, TX in November, 2011
really works but follow directions
Do not put this into a plastic bag or it will not work. Follow the directions and it will serve you well especially on long flights. For re-soaking the liner when traveling I use a gallon size Zippy bag. A quality product that works as advertised. No more ice packs needed and no more begging for ice on long flights.
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