needle bay 4 diabetes  £3 boots instore
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needle bay 4 diabetes £3 boots instore

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Found 27th Mar 2017
needle bay found instore at boots £3 these are for around £30 .

makes saveing needles easy for diabetic people like my husband .
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Rochdale had some of these reduced too...though they were more expensive than £3. ( i cant remember the exact price~ sorry).
Been on over 6 injections a day as a T1 for 44 years but never heard of these.What is it as link to it (and Google) doesn't find it?
T1 should get this free from local council.
buckmr2

Been on over 6 injections a day as a T1 for 44 years but never heard of … Been on over 6 injections a day as a T1 for 44 years but never heard of these.What is it as link to it (and Google) doesn't find it?



Proper insulin management can be difficult and if not done properly can have significant negative consequences. With Needlebay, proper management can be easily achieved. This is a system to manage 4 insulin pen needle use per day.

For pen needle users, Needlebay organizes your diabetes medication and diabetes needles in one simple device. You can store your daily insulin needles and tablet medication giving you peace of mind that you are organized and in control of properly managing your disease process. Quite simply, it provides a very simple reminder system and proof of dose for your diabetes medication.

Needle Bay works with all types of pen needles and provides storage for both new and used needles. The new needles are easily loaded into the Needle Bay daily modules and safely secured with the unique Needle Bay ClickLok system. With the needles already preloaded into the Needle Bay module, there is no need to handle the needles while attaching or removing them to and from the injection pen.

Needle Bay provides a simple easy handling of needles whatever your age or ability.
buckmr2

Been on over 6 injections a day as a T1 for 44 years but never heard of … Been on over 6 injections a day as a T1 for 44 years but never heard of these.What is it as link to it (and Google) doesn't find it?



More info here (plenty found by Google) ...
shop.diabetes.org.uk/usr…pdf
Thanks
Something else I don't need as the pen needles come in a box and are individually sealed and the needles don't get touched as they are in a plastic shroud which pulls off once the needle is on the pen.
You can get a sharps box for used needles free from your GP practice which will last an awful long time and the lid closes and seals to enable the contents to be incinerated
Your GP practice/hospital/health clinic won't dispose of used needlea unless in awfulness approved sealed container.
£3 is probably a good price for this but save yourself £3 and a trip to Boots IMO.
If you still feel you need one as said by the other poster you should be able to get it free (from your GP) if you're a T1



Edited by: "buckm" 27th Mar 2017
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