CoolMeds Commute - transport your daily diabetic kit and temperature sensitive insulin / medicine between 15-25°C for up to 6-8 hours*
• Ideal daily travel size
• Insulated, protective EVA case
• 2 elastic straps for securing medicine pens
• 1 elastic strap for a blood glucose meter
• 1 elastic strap for a lancing device
• 1 elastic strap for a pot of strips
• 1 zipped, netted pouch
• 1 removable, insulated inner pouch
• 1 cold pack - additional CoolMeds cold packs (MGX-016) are available to order
• 1 buggy clip
• 1 hotel fridge card - this can be used in hotels with card type activation of electricity thereby ensuring the hotel fridge is running and keeping your medicine cool whilst you are out of the room.
*The temperature time frame is affected by external factors such as the ambient temperature; ambient humidity; how many times the bag is opened etc. As such the responsibility for ensuring the medicine is kept safely cool is solely that of the user and Syringa UK Ltd cannot be held responsible or liable for this.
Equipment and medicine (such as the insulin pen and the blood glucose meter) shown in photos are not included with the case and are for illustrative purposes only.
Always freeze your cold pack for at least 12-14 hours by lying it flat on a domestic freezer shelf before using it in your Commute case.
Please be very careful when handling the cold pack, especially when it's frozen, as the plastic becomes brittle when frozen and can split if bumped against something hard or dropped. You may only realise the damage once the cold pack has thawed and gel has escaped into the pouch.
We recommend you use the cold pack for 1 year before changing it for a new one.
Always keep your Commute closed unless you need to access your medicine - don't open it unnecessarily as the cold escapes when you do and this can shorten the temperature time frame.
Never place your medicine in direct contact with the frozen cold pack.
It's advised you travel with a copy of your prescription, a letter from your GP with details of your medicine (including the generic name, if applicable) as well as the name of the health condition that you need the medicine for. As well as helping you avoid any problems at customs, this will be useful if you need medical help while you're away. It may be worth getting the information translated into the language of the country or countries that you'll be visiting. Always seek advice from the airline you are travelling with or the departure/transit airport authorities regarding travelling with cooled medical bags or cooling devices.
Commute case dimensions : 20 x 11.5 x 6cm
Weight: 170 grams (without the cold pack)
Cold pack dimensions: 16 x 9 x 2cm
Weight: approx. 220 grams