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[IP] old pumps
I'm not the person you addressed the post to, but I used both the CPI/Lilly
#9100 and CPI/Lilly #9200 Betatron II pumps. I have them on a web picture
album along with the backpack prototype from '63. If you or anyone has pics of
the Eugly or Mill Hill pumps with descriptions, I'd like to add them to the
album for anyone to see at the URL below. Please email them to me (jpeg)
email @ redacted so I can put them on.
Jan (61 y/o, T-1 11/5/50, pmpg 8/23/83) & Bluda Sue (MM507C 3/99)
http://maxpages.com/bludasue AND http://www.picturetrail.com/dmBASHbashpics
(including an album of the EVOLUTION OF PUMPS)
Poor spellers of the world, untie!
> Hi - were you on the Betatron by any chance? I was on the Betatron for a
> while back in the mid 1980s...when the company folded I quit pumping until
> the early 1990s when I decided to check out what was available and have
> been quite impressed with the improvements in technology since that old
> Betatron! I still have mine tucked away in the attic somewhere. Remember
> you had to charge the batteries every night? And I hated those metal
> needles with a passion - I know some people still use metal needles, but to
> me, the advent of teflon cannulas was the main thinng that brought me back
> to pumping.
> Were you ever on that big pump I can't remember the name of - that looked
> like a big two-way radio - almost the size of a shoe box - and had a big
> red light on it - that thing was HUGE!
> Betsy, age 34, Type 1 27 years, Disetronic 6 yrs, on third pregnancy with
> pump and due in June.
> email @ redacted
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