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TAWA Insulin Cooler Travel Case with 2 Ice Pack
- Dimensions: 7.87*3.54*1.57 inches (L*W*H);
- Weight: 6.4 ounces;
- Package includes: 1 piece insulin bag + 2 piece ice pack (New)
Portable design, professional for insulin/ epipen travel case
Our bags make the perfect Auvi-Q case, EpiPen case or diabetes supply bag. High quality insulation and external Oxford fabric combined with a strong zip for opening, makes it easy to use.
Comes with One Pair of Ice Packs
Includes 2 x Cold Packs which offers a longer cooling effect and durability during frequent use,1 x Buffer pack which absorbs excessive cold and protect products from over cooling.
Always freeze your gel packs for at least 12-14 hours in a domestic freezer before using them in your medicine bag. Always keep your cooled medical bag closed unless you need to access your medication. Never place your medication in direct contact with the frozen gel pack. Take caution not drop your cold packs whilst frozen.
Good Insulation Effect
This Insulin Cooler Case is lined with beautiful, padded & quilted layers of specialty material that provides a thermal insulating barrier, keeping warm things warm, and cold things cold. Lining is water repellent to easily wipe away spills.
With regards to traveling with your bag, the following is advised:
Travel with a copy of your prescription AND a letter from your doctor with details of your medication (including its generic name, not just the brand name and the name of the health condition that you need the medication for). As well as helping you avoid any problems at customs, this will be useful if you need medical help while you’re away.
It may be worth getting the information translated into the language of the country or countries that you’re visiting.
Always have the cold packs in their frozen state.
Always seek advice from the airline you are traveling with or the departure/transit airport authorities regarding traveling with cooled medical bags or cooling devices.