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Insulated Medication & Epipen Carrier - Black

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Are you constantly on the move and need a reliable, insulated carrier for your medication, like EpiPens® or other brand epinephrine and insulin? Look no further! Our insulated medication carrier is designed to make it easy for people of all ages to carry two EpiPen® or similar brand injectors while ensuring they stay protected and accessible.

Key Features:

  • Dimensions: 3.25" x 8" x 1.25"
  • Capacity: Holds TWO Epipen® or similar brand auto-injectors, providing ample space for medications like insulin as well.
  • Insulated Design: Lined with 0.5mm EPE foam and aluminum foil 210 polyester, keeping your medications at the right temperature
  • Convenient Front Zippered Pocket: Safely store your cash, credit cards, and medical ID card
  • Interior Slit Mesh Pocket: Perfect for carrying your Benadryl® tablets
  • Built-in Medical Tag: Quickly and easily write your emergency contact information using a Sharpie® or a similar permanent marker. Say goodbye to digging for your medical ID card.
  • Versatile Carrying Options: Enjoy the adjustable and removable belt, allowing you to wear your Epipens as a fanny pack or sling it across your shoulder. Remove the belt and attach it to your own for even more flexibility. The adjustable belt accommodates waist sizes from 24" to 45".
  • Handy Carabiner Clip: Easily attach this stylish medicine case to your backpack, lunchbox, or gym bag with the included carabiner.
  • Durable Construction: Crafted from 300D/PVC Cationic Waterproof Polyester for long-lasting use
  • Features a resin wide-tooth zipper on the main compartment and a nylon zipper on the front pocket
  • Also available in earthy color option

Please note that EpiPen® is a registered trademark of Mylan Inc., and their sponsorship or endorsement is not implied by our products. Allergy Apparel™ is not responsible for the misuse of the medication.

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