I have been on the new enlight CGM system with the new medtronic pump for 2 months now and it is pretty cool. I need to tweak the settings to get less alarms but over all it is much more comfortable and much more convenient. Also, I have been a long time customer of spibelt, which never failed me and I recommend highly (except for the buckles, I wish they would change those). Recently I tried totem holsters. Although they have no buckles (which can be bad and good, depends on if you like hoola hoops), and soft material, the velco is very harsh and uncomfortable. The pocket also needs some stitching inside to keep it from turning inside out. The pocket consistently drops the pump out, which is annoying.

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Tags: enlight, spibelt, totem

Comment by jrtpup on December 16, 2013 at 8:09pm

Congrats on your new toys Don, it's always fun ;)

Check out the Tallygear Tummitote 2 - no velcro, nothing can fall out, soft... I love mine ;) (No affiliation, just a happy consumer.)

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