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  • Medicool Wright Pre-Filled Syringe Case
  • Medicool Wright Pre-Filled Syringe Case
  • Medicool Wright Pre-Filled Syringe Case
  • Medicool Wright Pre-Filled Syringe Case
  • Medicool Wright Pre-Filled Syringe Case

Medicool

Medicool Wright Pre-Filled Syringe Case

Medicool

Medicool Wright Pre-Filled Syringe Case

CA$ 108.00 CA$ 65.00 Save: (39.81%)
CA$ 65.00 CA$ 108 Save CA$ 43 (39.81%)
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Product Description Product Description
  • Holds most E-Z JECT, B-D, PharmaPlast and TERUMO syringes (not compatible with Monoject syringes)
  • Interior is designed to safely hold the syringe plunger in your preset position with the approximate dosage.
  • Constructed of impact resistant polypropylene
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Customer Reviews

Best syringe holder I have used.I have been using these for a few years and they are very usuable not matter how many cc's are drawn and they have not broken. the latch stays latched, easy to open. I use the black for short term insulin and white for my Lantus. I have had 2 other brands and they fell apart and did not hide the syringe well. I bought a bunch for backups since I do lose them once and a while. 5Absolutely love these!!!!!Absolutely love these! They are perfect when out and about! I fill them before I leave and can just pull syringe out and give myself the correct dose without having to carry around my bottle of insulin, and worrying about where to set things if I am in a public. 5Read the description carefully.While the full details for these are not listed here a quick Google search will pull the information up. Read it very carefully and then read it again. You WILL NOT be able to put a fully loaded 1mL/1cc/100u syringe in this. You could modify the carrier as one other person did as it is just plastic but just keep in mind it's limitations.Having said that I have bought several of these two packs and am generally happy with them aside from the fact that you cannot by default get the maximum out of a 1mL syringe. I carry a few of these around on me at all times and there is just enough room inside to wrap a sealed alcohol prep swab rolled around the barrel of the syringe.They are small, discrete, easily fit in a pocket and do a very good job of protecting your syringe.My only complaints are the aforementioned limitation on the syringe you can put in these(especially for the price). It would be nice if they offered another slightly larger size that could hold a full 1mL/1cc/100u but otherwise these are pretty handy to have.Note to the other people out there that want to carry a fully loaded 1mL/1cc/100u syringe: I found that the cheap toothbrush holders you find in the travel section of just about any store will carry at least 1 fully loaded syringe and alcohol swab. It rattles a bit and is a little bigger than need be but in a pinch it will do the job as well. They just aren't as tough/crush resistant. 4Compact casesI had a little difficulty fitting the syringe in the case, especially in public. I kept fumbling trying to fit the piece of the syringe that slips into the open slits on the case. Once I was able to do it, it was easy. I like the compact shape of the container.If you use more than 68 units of insulin per dose you will need to use two syringes, one per container. I had to do so since my evening dose is 60 of N and 15 of R. 3Get the black one; Definite "click" closureThe black ones works better. When you close it; makes a definite click shut. The white one close but does not have a definite "click" closure; but does not open inadvertently. So if you don't need more than one per day, get the black one. 5Case does NOT work with B-D syringes and cannot return item.Carrying case will NOT work with B-D syringes. My husband has syringes that he was hoping to prefill with epinephrine and use this carrying case (bee allergy).The syringe will fit without the needle attached but then the liquid would run out. So unfortunately this is useless to us. And there are not returns. 2It's A Nice Pre-filled Syringe Carry Case !Just received my Wright Pre-filled Syringe Carrying Case - Pack 2, and I must say it's a good idea, but the carrying case needs to be about a 1/8" longer to hold my syringe, which is filled with 50 units of insulin. In the information, listed in fine print it does state that the case will hold up to 49 units, but the most insulin I could get into my syringe, and be able to fit inside the case was 48 units of insulin, again it's a good idea, but the case should be about an 1/8" longer to accommodate a full 50 unit syringe, again the information states that it fits my size syringe, and it does, but it will not accommodate the full length of my syringe when filled with insulin to it's full 50 units capacity, the case will only accommodate a syringe with up to 48 units of insulin. I am thinking about drilling a small hole in the end of the carrying case, which then would allow me to fill my syringe to the full 50 units of insulin I need. I do recommend this Pre-filled Syringe Carrying Case, but it does need to be about 1/8" longer, so I can only give it a (3* Rating).Note: Update - I was using a BD 1/2 cc syringe which at full capacity holds 50 units of insulin, and it would not fit the case it was too long when full, so I upgraded to the next larger diameter syringe, a BD 1 cc capacity, and it holds my full 50 unites of insulin, and fit's the pen case without any problem. "Syringe fit Problem Solved" ! 3A necessary toolThey look inconspicuous, its easy to put in the needle and safely snap it close. It allows you to put in a prefilled syringe without worrying that it will waste or accidently spill out. I can be more versitle with this and take my meds without fumbling around. Just snap it open and use. 4Is it worth the trouble?I bought these to protect the plunger from being depressed while in transit. When I received them I was a bit leery of the plastic hinge. I figured that the opening and closing would eventually wear out. I do not open them fully, only enough to dump the syringe out. maybe that is why I haven't broken the hinge yet. I use one or the other daily over the past couple months. I didn't like the price for what I was getting, but there aren't a lot of alternatives. The one thing I don't like is the slots for the plunger are not lined up with the unit marks. If I have the syringe on a ten unit mark I have to pull in some air to get the plunger to rest in a slot. Then when I use it I have to carefully depress it to remove the 2 units of air and sometimes lose a bit of liquid. So, its ok for what it is, but to high of price for the trouble. If you can find them for a $2-3 bucks a piece then get it. Just my 2 cents. 3Great product with a little retro fittingFor a medical condition I have to have 3 preloaded diabetic syringes on hand. My medication dose is 3 full syringes (100 units each) in a diabetic syringe and these cases were not designed to hold a syringe that is fully loaded with that amount of medication. I cut a opening in the flat bottom part and shaved down the little fins along the bottom half. It is pretty easy to do, I used some tin snips to cut a opening in the flat end and a Dremel to shave the fins down. The plastic is pretty soft so there are probably other ways to accomplish this. Then they will accommodate a fully loaded syringe and still not allow the plunger to be depressed. For travel or in my purse I also bought the "Perfecto 3-cigar Case" off Amazon and it holds these 3 Wright Syringe cases perfectly. Since the Wright cases are a fairly light weight plastic I was concerned about breaking them without some additional support when being transported. I hope this helps anyone who also needs a larger dose of their medication in a diabetic syringe or more than what would be a typical diabetic dosage. 5
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