Our Ject Clip Pouch works great for your Auvi-Q | Allerject auto injectors as well as your inhaler. Clip it to your belt loop, backback, gym bag, and/or lunch box.
- Includes interior ID tag
- Includes a carabiner clip.
- Neoprene & water repellent
- Measurements:4.25" x 3.25"
- Latex and elastic FREE
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My children have used these for years. They are great for holding 2 Auvi-Q injectors. The clip is useful for clipping to a purse or belt loop. Small enough for teens to carry to ensure they have their meds.
My son is very picky about his Epipen/auvi-q holders. This one has worked out well. He clipped it on a lanyard and with his keys and carries it in his pocket. Great teen carry option. Phew! Thanks!
This case is a good size for 2 auvi-qs and benadryl chewables. I wish it said something on the outside that it was for allergies or epi-pens were inside. I bought a button from another website that says epi-pen inside to alert someone where his epi=pen is located. It would also be nice if it had a place on the outside to write down his allergies. There is a tag on the inside to write on but it is not visible when the case has the auvi-qs inside. Thank you for sharing your feedback. We have Ject Pouches that read, "Allergy Protector" on the exterior. http://www.allergyapparel.com/auvi-q-allerject-carriers/?price_min=17&price_max=30&sort=featured#. We also have zipper pulls, buttons and patches that can be added. http://www.allergyapparel.com/new-category/ -Allergy Apparel
If it were just a tad bigger it would very nicely fit 2 Auvi-Q's, 4 diphenhydramine chewable tablets, and a printed action plan. These all fit in the pouch the size it is now, but if the pouch were just slightly bigger, the items wouldn't be stuffed in there the way they are. It seems fairly well-made.
This is my son's preferred way to carry his Auvi-Q. It clips securely to a belt loop and is very compact. This pouch holds 2 Auvi-Q's fairly well, although after 2 years of daily use, the corner of the Auvi-Q's wore a hole in the pouch and the zipper pull also came off, so it was time for a replacement. The pouch has a tag inside on which to write name, phone number, and medication information. Our old pouch had a plastic-like tag, which was great, but the new pouch has a satin fabric tag and this material allows ink to bleed, so that what I wrote on the tag is no longer readable. :-(