I have posted a photo of the upcoming Omnipod PDM with Dexcom 7 plus integration on the photos page


It appears from the investor presentation this picture came from that the Navigator integration is either dead or delayed,  There is no mention of it at all.

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This picture is super awesome. For everyone else like me who wants to know the WHOLE story here's the press release: http://phx.corporate-ir.net/External.File?item=UGFyZW50SUQ9MzY0OTU3...

They've also got pictures of the 30% smaller pod that they're predicting will be rolled out on a limited basis by the end of 2010! This news is really exciting. These two advancements are really inline with Insulet's claim that they're making diabetes a smaller part of life. :)
I clicked on the link and received on onscreen message that said that page has expired. Any chance of finding it again?
Is there a way to get this link to work again. I'd love to see teh smaller pods too.
It looks like it is gone. It is no longer available on the Insulet site. I should have copied the entire 17 pages I think. Sorry
I saved a copy as a PDF of the link when it was available. I'm going to try and upload the file here so you can access it again. If that doesn't work, I'll isolate the dexcom integration image and the smaller pod image and add them later.
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That worked perfectly! Thanks Bradford.
Holy crap! My kids are in that presentation!!
I saw that and had an OMG moment. :) They look beautiful, Lorraine!
Thanks Melissa. It was funny. Then I told hubby, Dave, to take a look over the presentation w/o telling him about the pic and he had the same OMG moment.
Thanks!
I wish I had some money laying around to invest - it looks like Insulet is well on the rise!
Yep me too. Insulet was as low as $1 plus sometime last year. It is now about $15, It has been as high as $25

Insulet has spent several hundred million dollars and 10 years to get where it is. They produced pods at a considerable loss for 4 years. I believe this will make it very difficult for other startup patch pump companies (like Solo) to catch them. Especially since Insulet has patents on things like autoprime and autoinsert that Pod users have come to expect.
I've just loved my 4 plus years on the pod.

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