December 10th is the cut-off for guaranteed
Christmas Delivery. (US orders only)
My online store will remain open to new orders,
but orders placed after December 10th
WILL NOT be made and shipped
until sometime after New Years.
All of my pump packs are made by hand
and in the order they are received.
Sewing will resume after New Years :)
Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas!
The CGM "add on" Case
for your Dexcom G4 CGM
Can be used with the C*Pak, Band*It, or Side*Kick
Insulin Pump Packs
The CGM "add on" Case slides on the same belt
with your insulin pump case...
Which means you can wear the packs
Side by Side or one on each side of your waist.
Insulin Pump Pack
Tubing can be worn one of two ways...
Out the end of the zipper
(See side photo)
Out a button hole
on the back of the pack
(See photo Below)
Please specify "Yes" or "No" when placing order if you'd like a Button Hole.
(Button Hole is NOT AVAILABLE on the Side*Kick)
(My Daughter wearing the C*PAK)
Insulin Pump Pack
(front view without pump inside)
(side view without pump inside)
Attached/Adjustable Elastic Belt
The pump shown above is a
Medtronic MiniMed Paradigm 722 Insulin Pump
(Pump dimensions: 2.0 x 3.6 x 0.8 inches)
OUR INSULIN PUMP PACKS FIT MOST INSULIN PUMPS
SO COMFORTABLE YOU CAN SLEEP WEARING THEM
EASY FOR CHILDREN TO OPEN AND CLOSE
BELTS ARE ADJUSTABLE AND COME IN TWO SIZES...
(Larger and smaller sizes available if requested...
Please specify waist measurement in the "Special Request" section
when placing your order if you need a smaller or larger size belt... Thank You!)
My Daughter Alexanne
dx: 2 years old (2002)
She is now 12 years old (2012)
In 2002 my daughter Alexanne (pictured above) was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at the age of two. Within the next seven years, between finger pokes and insulin injections, she had been stuck/poked over 24,000 times. The day before her 9th birthday she was put on an insulin pump which she wears 24/7. We searched for a comfortable case she could wear around her waist to carry her insulin pump in... What we found was NOT very appealing to children. We found solid colors like black or blue, but what fun is that for a kid? It's NOT... and they were not made to withstand the wear and tear of an active kid wearing them 24/7 which would include sleeping in them.
So, I went to the fabric store, bought some FUN fabrics, got out my sewing machine, and away I went... Several trial runs and many mistakes later, I created an insulin pump case that my daughter loved.
In late 2009, I started my online store www.mypumptastic.com and with the help of my wonderful Mother, we now have three different styles of cases to choose from... The SIDE*KICK, The BAND*IT, and The C*PAK. We have many Fun fabrics for kids to choose from along with designs adults will love too. We also have a small selection of silicone medical bracelets called D*BANDS.
Now there’s a Fun and Stylish way to wear and protect your insulin pump.
Being Diabetic is Hard!
we HOPE for a CURE,
but until then
continue to makes
Type 1 a little FUN!!!
My daughter Alexanne & I (Lisa)
at Diabetes Camp 2010
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