One Friday per month, I’ll write about my favorite diabetes products. These items make the cut because they’re functional, fashionable, or fun – but usually, all three at once!
Traditionally, I’ve toted glucose tablets around in a tube. My tube of tabs travels with me everywhere, because lows can be unpredictable and it’s always wise to be prepared. Though the contents of the tube have quite literally saved my life countless times, said tube is bulky. It takes up room in my diabetes kit. The tube is awkward to carry around when I go jogging, and more often than not winds up getting tucked away in my sports bra – not the most comfortable feeling.
But then a little, square, plastic container came into my world and changed how I carry around glucose tablets.
See that bright blue object attached to my purse? That’s a Tabs2Go case! It holds four glucose tablets at a time, the perfect amount to bring me back up from a low blood sugar. What I love most about it is that it’s dual purpose: It’s a case for tabs as well as a keychain. This means I can attach and detach it from my various key fobs, lanyards, and bags with ease, and as I please. I can tuck the case into my pocket without it creating an unsightly lump, and it stows away discreetly just about anywhere.
I have to give a shout out to Scott Bissinger, who created Tabs2Go and kindly supplied me with two of my own when I met him at the TypeOneNation Summit in Boston last month. Innovative products like this help to make the lives of people with diabetes a little easier, which makes me grateful.
Plus, I have to point out the fact that these cases are customizable. See the metallic embellishments I added to mine? Diabetes products that are functional and can be personalized are the real winners in my book!
One thought on “Favorite Things Friday: Tabs2Go Cases”
Oh to only have to carry 4 of them. I have downed an entire tube then had to get extra carbs out of candy machine at work before. lol I’m not saying they don’t work because they do but they are simply not enough with my metabolism to fix a low. I’m a Skittles guy or Reese Peanut Butter Cup guy. They work so much faster and are so easy to procure almost anywhere at anytime. Like anything else, you must use sugar boosters with caution and common sense. If not you could end up poking an eye with a fork as well.