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Re: [IP] Man purse?

I splurged when I bought my daily supplies kit and bought a black leather Tumi 
bag very similar to this one:   It has paid off well, and I've had it for at 
least 6-7 years now.


It holds everything I need when I'm out and about, and it doesn't have long 
 straps so it doesn't look like a purse. It's a shaving bag with lots of zipper
pockets, so it's very manly.  <grin>

 It holds 2-3 infusion sets, 2-3 insulin cartridges, IV preps, spare batteries,
couple of syringes, lancets, an insulin bottle, my One Touch Ultra mini, 2-3 
 extra bottles of blood test strips, emergency money, and still have lots of
 for other things I don't use very often like sun glasses and my checkbook. I
could easily cram more in if I needed to.


From: Tony Clark <email @ redacted>
To: email @ redacted
Sent: Sun, May 1, 2011 9:05:23 AM
Subject: [IP] Man purse?

Just curious how other guys carry all the extra supplies. I'm in a
quandry about how to keep everything with me. I no longer work so a
briefcase is kinda useless.. I could leave supplies in the car but I
don't always drive. I bought a small medical case but it doesn't hold
everything I need. I've thought about purchasing a possibles bag (
like black powder shooters would use), but that could be seen as a man
purse. I live in a rural community, so anything that looks
purse-ishcould be a bad thing.
How do you guys do it? I'm open to suggestions.

Quondo Omni Flunkus Mortati
Fac ut gaudeam.

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