Saw this elsewhere and thought I'd pass it on. I tried a sample a while ago when I first heard about it. It's nice that it detects leakage, but I've stayed with my usual quicksets. They are luer lock sets.

http://www.springnow.com/freesample.html

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Did you like them? I'm interested in trying them as I'm suddenly finding my Insets to be very painful to insert.

I did, but the adhesive wasn't very good, fell off in a day. I have one left, I'll try it with skin tac and see what happens. I like the 90 degree rotation and the safety net for clogs/no delivery.

Ooooh, then I might not want them. I seem to have a sensitivity to things like Skin Tac so I need infusion sets with good adhesive.

Try them, might work for you. You can always rip it off LOL

Thanks for sharing the link jrtpup, I just requested some samples, how long did they take to arrive?

I honestly don't remember Jay, sorry!

Recieved my samples last week, they seem to work well. Very clever design.

Wow, that took a month! I liked the spring design too.

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