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New Product Alert! EpiPen carriers

Emergency Essentials Organization Essentials

Sometimes precautions just doesn't cut it. Make sure to always have your EpiPen with you!

We have been told many times by our customers who have allergies and need to carry an EpiPen that they use several of our products to hold their EpiPens because our items are so convenient. From our waist bands and Fit Belts to our Neoprene pouches and even our Document Envelope, these were good options to carry the pens in but we felt we could do better.

So we decided to develop 2 products specifically designed to carry a set of 2 EpiPens. We worked with a doctor who has allergies herself and who is very active to make sure these items answered the needs of those who would use them.

  • Our EpiPen Waist Band is a slightly larger version of our traditional waist band, it is worn at the waist, it includes an attached emergency contact card in a clear plastic case so that it is protected, a medic alert label at the side and a design that includes the EpiPen logo so that it is clearly idenfiable.
  • Our EpiPen Carrier is a Neoprene pouch that features a carabineer so that it can be attached to any bag, back pack for kids, gym bag, purse or even a belt loop. It also has an attached emergency contact card in a clear plastic case so that it is protected, a medic alert label at the side and a design that includes the Epi Pen logo so that it is clearly identifiable.

We hope that these items will carrying an EpiPen easier and more stylish. We would be happy to hear any feedback you might have to help us make any of our products better.

                             



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  • Tiffnay McIntire on

    Thank you for developing this. As I am sure you are now aware after developing the carrying case, one of the most common use problems with the Epi pen is people injecting into their thumb. By encouraging people to not only carry 1 Epi pen, but two, you are impacting lives. The messaging “Blue to the sky and orange to the thigh” is new to me, but this will help inexperienced users to perform live saving actions.

  • Heather Sullada on

    How do I get one of these!? Actually two.


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