In this trail-test, I take the 72 hour insulin cooler out on a number of expeditions to see where this product shines and where it doesn't.
It’s dimensions are 8.3cm (3.3″) diameter and an internal volume of 900 ML (30 oz)
Its lightest weight (empty) is 387 g (13.5 oz)
for storing insulin at temperatures between 2º C – 26º C (36º F – 80º F).
Check out the lab results at the bottom
For many outdoors activities, it works really well.
I have listed some activities below, testing the capabilities of the insulin cooler.
Here’s what I found:
The beach is one place sure to get a lot of sun, so to protect your precious insulin from baking in the heat, under direct sunlight, it’s nice to have this temperature-controlled vessel to store the insulins in.
Wether keeping just a vial and a syringe, or a collections of pens and needles, there’s even room for glucagon.
This is one cool place to store the medicines.