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Re: [IPk] Glasgow Conference



Di, yes the disetronic is waterproof, but i don't like the idea of keeping 
it on when swimming and splashing through the rapids!!

eleanor

>
>Being someone who likes to experiment <g> I would try some kind of
>waterproof container. You know those watertight ones yuo get to put
>your valuables in for swimming with a cord to go round your neck (or
>wherever). I'd try putting it in something like that, and attaching it
>to your swimsuit or something, and setting a lower basal rate for the
>day.
>
>I was thinking about doing this anyway when I go to Cyprus in August -
>I was going to ask people's opinions on that one.
>
>hang on though - don't you have a D pump, ELeanor? It's waterproof
>isn't it?
>
>Di
>
> >
> > Eleanor Biddle wrote:
> > > Swimming. I prefer to take off my pump when swimming and it's ok for 
>an hour
> > > or so. But what do you do if you spend a DAY at a water park, or 
>Center
> > > Parcs or somewhere?
> >
> > Me: I'd go to manual. A unit of Actrapid every 2 hours or so by
> > pen/syringe.
> >
> > John
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