Why should I use an InsulinSaver?
You should use an InsulinSaver to increase your confidence and security in how you store your insulin, to reduce the risk of using ineffective or even inactive insulin. Pharmaceutical companies and insulin retailers have strict cold chains that must not be broken. When you pick up your insulin, it is broken for the first time, and you must now estimate temperatures and ensure that the insulin is stored at the right temperature on your own. This can become a source of concern since you cannot visually determine if the insulin has gone bad. The only indication that the insulin is bad is that your blood sugar rises, and rising blood sugar can be due to many different factors.
Therefore, you should use an InsulinSaver, so that you know whether your rising blood sugar is due to the insulin or not.
How are the temperature intervals determined?
The temperature ranges are developed based on the recommendations of insulin manufacturers as well as research on insulin stability concerning temperature over time.
Where should one place their InsulinSaver?
Store your InsulinSaver in the same place as your insulin. That means in your pen case, cooler bag, in the refrigerator, etc. InsulinSaver should be placed as close to your insulin as possible to help you keep track of storing the insulin in the best way possible. When you use InsulinSaver, you will learn a lot about how to store your insulin properly.
Why can't I change the battery myself on my InsulinSaver?
When we developed the product InsulinSaver, we wanted a reliable product that people can trust. Having a user-replaceable battery would require a removable cover on the product, making it larger and less convenient to place in, for example, pen cases and pump bags.
We also wanted to avoid the risk of loose batteries or moisture entering and damaging the contacts. Additionally, we wanted a product that operates independently, without cords, apps, or other accessories.
Today, we guarantee a battery life of 12 months.