Finally after some weeks I got the worlds smallest insulinpen!

Typically me, I came on more things that had made it better.

  • The needle which you use to draw up insulin through is not removable. And it is one size.
  • If I could put my own needle on that little thing I think it would work the same. And then I could use my own size.
  • And me as a consumer would save money cuz then I would only need one insulin tube, plus I would think of the environment ;).

Otherwise I love the size of the insulinpen!

It can only fill 10 ml but me myself only take 8-10 ml when I eat. And there is no twisting sound.


Well, maybe this product will develop....







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Comment by Tina on October 1, 2010 at 10:06am
I got an email from the company that told me there will be 6 mm needle in the future.

:)

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