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Medicooler Insulin Refrigerator, manufactured by Medicool, are micro insulin refrigerators that are perfect for traveling with insulin, because these Insulin Fridges maintain an optimum environment for the storage of insulin and other medicines. Mini Insulin Fridges can hold up to nine insulin bottles and three insulin pens. These Insulin Refrigerators maintain a temperature between thirty-six and forty-six degrees.
These Insulin Fridges are ideal for travel, because they come with AC and DC power adapters, so that the Medicooler can be plugged in either in the car or in the hotel room. This Insulin Refrigerator is constructed from a high density plastic that is designed to be durable for traveling. The Medicooler has an environmentally friendly, low power design. The refrigerator unit automatically turns on when the ideal temperature is exceeded and automatically shuts off when that temperature is reached.
Medicooler Insulin Refrigerator Features and Benefits
- Automatic Shutoff is Environmentally Friendly
- Maintains an Optimum Temperature for the Storage of Medications
- Includes AC and DC Power Cord and 12V DC Adapter for Travel
Medicooler Insulin Refrigerator Specifications
- Width: 5 Inches
- Length: 8 Inches
- Depth: 4 Inches
- Temperature Range: 36F - 46F
- Fits Pen Size: 6 Inches x 3/4 Inches Diameter
- HCPCS Code: A9270
- Product Numbers: 036765510713
- Additional Information
- Community Q&A
Product QuestionsWe live in Tampa Florida and we bought a dison insulin fridge and the only voles we can get for my daughter's type 1diabetes are about 1/4 inch in diameter to large to close. Will this fridge work for us do you know.Question by: Jimmy Griner on Apr 14, 2016 5:52:39 PM
It's stay all the time between 0-7 grades. Never stop working.
It's make a lot of noise, but we put on earplugs and problem solve.
It hepls a lot and the temperature was perfect al the time.
I will contimue using everytime I have to go to a trip.
The Madicooler is a high reliability design that will operate on both 120 and 12 volts and seemed to be the perfect solution.
However I found it was inefficient, using a surprising amount of battery draining power, poorly insulated, requiring a constant power source, and unreliable, destroying over $1000 of Humira. I sent it back to Medicooler at my expense and haven't heard back from them.
1 star because there is no 0 star option.
The only moving parts are the lid and the fan, There is almost nothing to break. It uses a thermocouple as a cooling unit, so reliability should be far better than a kitchen refrigerator.
I'd rate it 5 stars if it held more meds.