"Charging seems pretty easy. Just connect to a USB port and you're ready to go. With that option and direct plug-in either to the wall or the car has to make t:slim quite unique. Thanks again for the close-ups."
"Hi Janice L. and you too Jigger. I'm getting ready for pump #5. I have had MiniMed 508's and Cozmo's. The t:slim looks pretty darn good. I'm curious about the tail that connects the infusion set to the pump. How does it connect…"
"Hi Spenser, I've been a t:slim user for nearly 8 weeks now. I love it! I've had absolutely no issues. The pump is incredibly simple to use. There are several reviews out there; plus there's another group on FB--Tandem tSlim Pump. I…"
"I think most people do the opposite switch...minimed to animas. However, i love mdtronic and looked at Animas years ago. the screen was very difficult to and small for thise who have less than great vision. please share info as you do the research."
"I like my Revel Pump too. The only trouble for me is also the screens. EVERYTHING IS SOO SMALL !!
What diabetic has eyes that good??
I miss that from My Animas pump too . They make good displays.
I want to see the new sensors too. The current ones…"
Thanks for adding me, Spenser!! I´m sure that you´ll achieve your goal wich is learning with this community! People are so kind,I would like to know more about you, and your life, and of course, about your experiences with diabetes, I also would lkike to share with you my experiences, and learn together. See you!!
Welcome to TuDiabetes, Spenser. Wow, you and I were diagnosed just a few weeks apart. I was diagnosed on July 3, 1990. You might be interested in our discussion groups for Dexcom users or CGM users. I've been wearing a Freestyle Navigator (another CGMS) since Nov of '08 and love it.
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