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Re: [IPk] Disetronic vs. Minimed



I've had problems with the Disetronic batteries going dead and also on one
occasion a fresh battery being a dud. I now carry spares around if I'm more
than walking distance from home.
-----Message d'origine-----
De : Erik Vetvik <email @ redacted>
 : email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
Date : mardi 16 novembre 1999 4:43
Objet : Re: [IPk] Disetronic vs. Minimed


>I have used a Minimed 507c for 16 months and have been very pleased with
the
>quality so far.  I chose the 507c because it uses batteries I can buy
almost
>anywhere.  Minimed also says that the pump will run 10 to 12 hours after a
>low battery warning.  The Disetronic rep I spoke to said the pump would
stop
>about 4 hours after the low battery warning.  Not much good for a commuter
>who is far from home and cant buy the special Disetronic batteries just
>anywhere!
>
>
>Erik Vetvik
>----- Original Message -----
>From: <email @ redacted>
>To: <email @ redacted>
>Sent: Monday, November 15, 1999 6:10 AM
>Subject: [IPk] Disetronic vs. Minimed
>
>
>>
>> Does anyone have any opinion on which is better or easier?  I'm waiting
>for
>> my sales literature to come through the post.
>>
>> elizabeth oshea
>>
>>
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