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Written on: 14/08/2014 by 341Bailey (1 review written)
In the month of August we have had 5 pod alarm malfunctions 2 fall off even with skin tac, and 1 Pdm error. My son states he wants to go back to shots. Not to mention we are now short on insulin. The company replaces pods but not insulin. They only provide reimbursement for what you paid after rolling a long process. This does not help when you run short, have to get an extra prescription which will not be covered by insurance and as a result cost more… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/02/2014
I've had a serious issue with the Pods failing. They are very expensive and the quality control needs to be improved. For someone who does not have the best of insurance, I would recommend that they think twice before going to this system… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/07/2011 by kris10_82 (1 review written)
The Omnipod is a small insulin delivery pump that weighs only 1.2 ounces with a full resevoir. Unlike conventional pumps, this one has no long tubes to worry about. It sticks to your body like a bandaid and you wear it for 3 days, or as directed by your physician. One of the greatest features of this pump is that it comes with a wireless remote control...no more lifting your shirt in public. You are able to discretely monitor how much insulin you are taking by using the remote. Most people… Read Full Review
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