Has anyone looked at the SOLO micro pump? www.solo4you.com

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I got a sample back when they were sending them.
It looks ok, better than Omnipod for me because you can take the insulin off for hot tubs etc.
But my HMO considers every box of pods or whatever as DME and charges a huge amount no one would want to pay.
Roche took over this plan, and as yet no Solo........
I've seen it, and I'm interested in possibly making the switch to it from my Ping, when the warranty is up and the Solo is available.......if it's not too costly to me.
It suppose to come out in 2012. I am not on a pump yet but have been looking at them because I take 4 shots a day. But have not decided which one to get.
I looked at them when they were sending out samples. My problem with it, lit the Omnipod, is that I really don't kow where to place it so it wouldn't get knocked off. My work is somewhat physical, and that was a consideration when I got my pump. the infusion set of a tubed pump is fairly flat and presents no problems. I love my Ping.

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