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Re: [IP] Disetronic vs. Minimed - Users input needed please!!
- Subject: Re: [IP] Disetronic vs. Minimed - Users input needed please!!
- From: Stacey Phillips <email @ redacted>
- Date: Mon, 12 Oct 1998 18:46:38 -0300
My apologizes to you and other pumpers. I didn't mean to step on
anyones toes. But I did say that it was MY opinion and whatever choice will be
the right one. I also stated that there are pros and cons to BOTH pumps!!!!!!
So forgive me if I was intruding
because I am not an actual "pumper" yet.
It was just my two cents worth.
> > I called the Disetronic company and in my opinion it stunk!!!
> > I would ask the "rep." questions - she would put me on hold to find out
> Don't be to hard on them. The are a good company but there US sales
> office is a 'satellite' office, I think it only has about a half
> dozen people. The main facilities are in Europe.
> > the answer. She did this about six times. One time I was put on hold for
> > 4 minutes.
> Would you prefer an incorrect answer or to wait for the right one.
> > That really turned me away from the disetronic pump. There is
> > a lady here in town who uses a disetronic pump and she said she won't be
> > dealing with them again. The reason for this is after 6-7 years you have
> > to buy a new pump. When you send your pump in to be inspected, the pump
> > that you get back is not necessarily the one you sent in. It could be
> > someone elses to whom was having their pump inspected. There is no
> > guaranty that the pump will be yours. To me, that really is not the way
> Well, if your MM pump breaks or must be repaired, you may get the
> same result from them. Got first hand experience with that. What
> difference does it make anyway. If it works and looks like new, up to
> spec, etc..... you have a what you need. Both companies stand behind
> their products. The each have approximatly 50,000 users. D has a much
> larger market share in Europe, MM has the large market share here.
> I really don't have an axe to grind here. Based on comments by users
> of both pumps, and having talked with the folks from both companies,
> it is pretty clear that both companies build a good product that does
> the job. The differences are cosmetic or operational rather than
> functional or quality related. Choose which you prefer, but don't
> overly criticize the company you did not choose, it may color someone
> elses decision for reasons that are not objective.
> My daughter uses a MM 506, but if she were to decide upon an HTRON
> next time around, I can think of no good reason to try and change her
> email @ redacted
> Insulin-Pumpers website http://www.bizsystems.com/Diabetes/
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