Hi there, I have been desperately trying to get a MiniMed 722 remote but I just can't afford it. Does anybody have one that isn't using it? I've heard of people getting them with their pumps and finding no use for it. I often keep my pump in my bra and it is really annoying to have to find a bathroom when i want to bolus in public.

Anybody want to give me an offer? Maybe around $50? I'm flexible!

Thanks so much!

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I've got one you can have. I've honestly never used it. I had a second one that I gave my mom for the same reason. $50 sounds reasonable. Let me know. I'd be sending it from Washington.
Awesome! Thanks Mike!

I sent you a PM.

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