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Pump Pouch

Discussion in 'Parents of Children with Type 1' started by KarenLynn, Oct 25, 2009.

  1. KarenLynn

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    Hi..haven't been here in a loooong time. Does anyone have suggestions for where to order pump pouches? My DD is in desperate need and I can no longer find my previous favorite supplier (pump packs by Jane). I'm looking for something cute and not too expensive (so I can buy several) for my 7 year old daughter. Thank you! Karen
     
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    We love www.pumppockets.com. They are really well made and inexpensive. Also, they come pretty fast and are made to fit your child. My daughter has at least 10!!:D
     
  3. Little Diabetic Dude

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    My little one has a spibelt, it's great and comfy too.
     
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    I use www.pumppacks.org, it is a D-family. If you have special requests she accomodates what you want . . .
     
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    http://www.spibelt.com/


    Several members here have these. I have two and I love how they have worked out for me. There are internet coupons to use as well.
     
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    spibelts are awsome ...if you do a search there are discount codes that are in some of the threads on here ...sorry i forget what they are
     
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    Amy,

    That rocket pack is just too cute for little boys. Too bad Brendan's not a lot younger. :) Your girl pouches are really nice too.

    For all you pump pack makers... it is even possible to put a clear or transparent enough material to see a GGM screen in something similar to a spibelt?

    We don't have tubes, so we like to have the whole thing zipped closed. We're currently using a spibelt to hold the OmniPod PDM with a PumpWear clear-front double pocket slipped over the belt -- it holds the Nav receiver and back pocket has his cell phone. The pocket is floppy and it's not a very good system, but we can't come up with something better.
     
  12. EmmasMom

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    My "Perfectly Practical" pouches have a clear screen (that is invaluable for CGMS) and fits flat against your body with a stretchy belt, so they fit more like a spibelt. I have never made one with two pouches, but I'm sure it's possible. My husband has been wanting one so I will play around with some athletic looking fabric and see what I can do. :)
     
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    because I didn't see it mentioned

    http://www.pumpwearinc.com/pumpshop/

    This is where we get ours. Not very inexpensive but easy, lots of variety and always found what we wanted. Good luck!
     
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    http://stores.shop.ebay.com/Pump-and-Stuff-Pack__W0QQ_armrsZ1

    These are under $10, and either come with a belt, or you can add one for a couple of bucks. I bought a couple when we started pumping and love them. Of course, along with the Pump Pouch Fairy's, but I think she is not making them anymore...
     
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    Please announce on CWD when you come up with a design or email or PM me! Brendan's current system cost $20 for the spibelt and then the clear double-up from Pumpwear is $36. So if you can come in around the $55 price-point, then that's less than our current system cost.
     
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    My daughter loves hers, thinking we might need another from the too sweet boutique:D
     

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