I ordered a skin but don't have it yet. I don't remember where I saw it but someone posted that they fit perfect.

Dexcom G4 skins and cases

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I just ordered one - hope it's the right one - never mentioned the size. Also if you use the coupon code, it's free. What a deal! Please fit. Please fit.

There was a coupon code? Where did you see it? They sure look like they will fit, don't they? *fingers crossed* :)

where is this coupon code???

Here are the dimension of the MP3 player these are made for - Dimensions

Dex G4 = 101.6 x 45.72 x 12.7 mm

Insignia = 100.0 x 49.20 x 11.1 mm

They're stretchy and I am hopeful.

Let us know how it works. I've already ordered enough cases, but could be tempted if this is actually perfect. When I see the pictures, I wonder is the opening for the circle part is in the right place.

I'm mostly happy with the TallyGear case, but would prefer a case that did not have the plastic screen. I hate the way it sticks to the Dex screen and looks splotchy. Other than that, it's perfect.

I'm using the one that comes with the G4. Because I always wear a belt, it works for me. I like the fact that in addition to the belt clip, it has a loop with a snap that "locks" the case to my belt. The case that came with my first System 7 didn't have the loop, and almost every time I sat in an airplane seat, the case and receiver hit the arm rest and popped off my belt. Fortunately I never lost it. ;^)

Here is one of the cases. SO close.

After my not so handy, handy work.

You beat me to the photos by 5 min!  But, here are mine anyway:
I'm actually pretty happy with it (being only a $5 solution and all).  And a link to the log post: http://dexcity.wordpress.com/2013/02/15/dexcom-skin-sort-of/

With the black on black you can hardly tell that you cut it. :)

Trying this one next. Leather cover

I just got that one, fits about the same as the others. I think I'll trim the plastic to better access the button wheel. I like the clip on the back, although it does not rotate.

Why would you take plastic off the button? I just push on the plastic to use the button and arrows. See the picture below of the one I got. This looks like a good case too.

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