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new spring diabetes gear tech and supplies

See all the new diabetes tech & gear for spring 2022! So many new patterns, colors, gear, and insulin pumps coming to market! This is a great season for the diabetes world.

NEW Spring 2022 Diabetes Gear

Spring is here and so are new arrivals! Dust off your pumps and CGM’s because it’s t-shirt season, Ladies!


1. Pump Peelz SPRING Collection

The Pump Peelz Spring collection is here! Look how cute some of these patterns are! Pump Peelz makes stickers for CGM’s, Insulin Pumps, Glucose Meters and more! See their full collection HERE.

2. Sugar Medical’s Insulated Convertible Supply Bag (SAVE 10% with code T1DLIVING)

The fanny pack got a makeover! This insulated convertible supply bag can be worn like a fanny pack or cross body bag with the switch of a removable strap. See more colors here.

This would be the perfect bag for carrying your daily supplies like insulin pens, cgm receiver, BG meter, glucagon, low snacks or more! It can even fit the Dexcom inserter!

  • Roomy, soft sided design with 3 zippered compartments
  • Large insulated back pocket, which is perfect for keeping insulin cool.
  • Middle compartment unzips to lay completely flat for easy glucose testing (see picture above)
  • Includes Test Strip Trash Can! (that little slit next to the BG meter)
  • Can be used as a handheld bag, cross-body, or a belt bag/fanny pack
  • Removable waist belt ranges from 23in to 50in
  • Nylon bag measures :  7in x 5in x  3in

3. Sugar Medical TWO NEW COLORS on Supply Case II (SAVE 10% with code T1DLIVING)

Two new colors/patterns have been added to Sugar Medicals Supply Case. See them here.

The perfect organization for your daily diabetes supplies. Case slips right into your bag, purse, or backpack. OR you can use the wristlet loop to carry.

  • Secures blood sugar meter with provided Velcro patch
  • Pocket for insulin pens or glucose tabs
  • Mesh pocket for alcohol swabs, medications, spare lancets, and syringes
  • Stretchy loops for holding test strips, insulin vial, and lancing device
  • Front pocket for extra storage
  • 7” W x 4.25″ H x 1” D 

4. Sugar Medicals Compact Meter Case (SAVE 10% with code T1DLIVING)

Sugar Medical has a new compact meter case! Available in two colors, has room for 3 ID’s or Credit Cards, and has a place for you to hook your keys to. See the meter case here.

  • Case fits glucose meter, test strips, and lancet
  • Slip pocket on front and three card slots on back
  • 6″W X 4.5″L. X 1″D
  • Cannot fit insulin vial or insulin pens

5. Myabetic Floral Patterns

Not necessarily, brand new, but Myabetic has beautiful floral patterns that just scream SPRING! Check them out here.

6. Omnipod 5 gets FDA Clearance!

Omnipod has joined the automated insulin delivery system pack with their NEW Omnipod 5! They have just gotten clearance from the FDA and will start with a limited market release.

Listen more about the release on this episode of the Juice Box Podcast where Scott interviews Shacey Petrovic (President and Chief Executive Officer of Insulet) and Dr. Trang Ly (Senior Vice President and Medical Director at Insulet) about the Omnipod® 5. 

And here is a podcast interview with the mom of a young type 1 who has been using Omnipod 5 for 19 months.

7. Diabetes Tee’s & Tanks

Check out the latest design in my diabetes t-shirt shop!

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  1. Rick Phillips April 13, 2022 at 7:55 pm - Reply

    Well, spring is exciting. If I showed up with a pink flamingo supply case, Sheryl might call me a doctor, but not an endo. LOL

    • T1D Living April 18, 2022 at 12:13 pm - Reply

      HAHAHA that would be a good call!

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  3. Taryn April 18, 2022 at 10:22 am - Reply

    Omnipod 5 is certainly exciting! I have been using a Medtronic in auto mode for almost 4 years and really like it, but after 8 years of tubing am thinking of a change. My pump’s warranty is up this year and I’m seriously considering an Omnipod. In the community, it seems like there is a lot of criticism of tubed pumps, especially Medtronic – but besides the annoying tubes my 2 pumps have worked so well for me. I don’t see a ton of criticism out there for Omnipod, which is probably a good thing, but still curious if I am missing something. I plan tune in to the podcasts you listed above, but from your experience with Omnipod, are there downsides or things you would note to someone considering a switch? Thanks in advance!

    • T1D Living April 18, 2022 at 12:36 pm - Reply

      The omnipod is amazing. Being tube free and not having to disconnect it to swim/shower/etc is amazing. I often forget where it is on my body because of how inconspicuous it is. Over the 6+ years I’ve been using it I really can’t think of any downsides to it. Of course I’ve had some pods that have died on me, whether to pod occlusions (this is when there is a kink in the canula and insulin can’t be delivered) or static electricity (this can cause the pod to shut down). When that happens the pod will sound an alert, and you just put a new one on. And omnipod will replace it for you at no cost. It doesn’t happen often, if i had to guess, its happened less than 10 times in the 6+ years i’ve had it.

      I will say it’s the only pump i’ve tried, so I have nothing to compare it to. But I seriously love it so much that even with closed loop systems out there currently, I’ve never even considered switching.

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