Medicool Dia-Pak Daymate
 Medicool Dia-Pak DaymateMedicool Dia-Pak Daymate 

Medicool Dia-Pak Daymate

Our Price:  £23.95(Inc. 20% VAT)(£19.96 Exc. VAT)



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Model:  MC004
Bar Code:  739656600127
Brand:  Medicool

  • Keeps medicine between 15-25°C
  • Provides cooling for up to 4 hours*
  • Holds pens, syringes, or small diabetic equipment
  • Comes with 1 cooling, refreezable gel pack
  • Made from durable nylon with belt loop
  • Diabetes Educator Recommended
Medicool Dia-Pak Cold Gel Ice Pack/Buffer Pad for Daymate  15-25C Bag (Small - 2 per pack)Medicool Dia-Pak Cold Gel Ice Pack/Buffer Pad for Daymate 15-25C Bag (Small - 2 per pack)
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Ideal for discreetly transporting daily diabetic supplies, the Dia-Pak Daymate keeps insulin between 15-25°C* for up to 4 hours. To make sure your medicine is never exposed to temperatures that are too high, it needs to be looked after with care. If not, the insulin could be compromised. The Dia-Pak Daymate can prevent this from happening when you're out and about in the day. 

The compact Daymate carry case holds insulin pens, bottles of insulin and/or pre-drawn syringes nice and securely. Made from durable nylon, the Daymate is sure to protect your supplies. It comes with one small MediCool Dia-Pak Cold Pack, which can also be purchased separately. This case is Diabetes Educator recommended so you can be reassured this case is truly reliable. 


  • Case : 21cm (L) x 9cm (W) x 2.5 (H) and weighs 225 grams
  • Cold pack: 13.5cmx7cmx1cm and weighs 77 grams each

*Depending on external factors such as the ambient temperature; ambient humidity; how many times the bag is opened etc. As such the responsibility for ensuring the medication is kept cold enough is solely that of the user and Syringa UK Ltd cannot be held responsible or liable.

Always freeze your gel packs for at least 14 hours in a domestic freezer before using them in your medicine bag. Always keep your cooled medical bag closed unless you need to access your medication. Never place your medication in direct contact with the frozen gel pack.

Take care not to drop or bump the cold packs especially whilst frozen. Plastic becomes brittle when frozen and so any impact could result in a fine crack that won't necessarily be noticed straight away. Then once the cold pack starts to thaw, the gel will leak into the pocket of the bag. Try to freeze the cold packs on a flat shelf or in a container in the freezer to protect them. 

It's strongly advised to travel with a copy of your prescription and a letter from your GP with details of your medication (including its generic name, not just the brand name and the name of the health condition that you need the medication 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're 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.

Equipment and medication shown in photos is for illustrative purposes only.

How do I know which bags are suitable for my medication?

Always check what the manufacturers guidance is on what temperature your medication should be kept at. Type your medication in our Search Bar in the top right hand corner to find bags that can be considered to store your medication.

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