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will it fit Novorapid and Levimir pens

Judith Silsby Sep 05, 2012 03:35PM CEST

I use Novorapid Pen and Levimir Pen..I find that with the Levimir Pen I never forget to inhect as I use it first thing in the morning and last thing at night but with Novorapid, having used it for years there are times when I inject on automatic pilot and then if distracted can't remember whether I have injected or not......Is Timesulin compatible with Novorapid Pens please? ..what happens when you change your pen?

I have read your literature and it seems it is OK for 8 seconds so can I presume that the time it takes to change to a new pen will not cause interruption to the Timesulin top?

It certainly sounds very easy to use so look forward to hearing from you and if it does fit then will order one immediately.

Thank you

Judith Silsby

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Susan Moolman - Timesulin Support Sep 06, 2012 11:09AM CEST Timesulin Support Timesulin
Dear Judith -

Thanks for taking the time to get in touch with the Timesulin team!

Timesulin is currently compatible with the following pens:
http://timesulin.com/how-it-works/pens

As the shapes of the insulin pens vary, you have to buy the right Timesulin cap to fit your particular type of insulin pen - Luckily Levemir and Novorapid insulins are both housed in the FlexPen, so you would conceivable be able to use the same cap on both pens. However, we find that most of our users like to have different caps for each of their pens as it shows them how long it's been since they last took each injection.

The eight second delay is the patented way in which Timesulin knows you've taken an injection - after it's been off an insulin pen for longer than eight seconds the timer will reset to 00:00 and start counting up once it's replaced onto a pen.

The feedback we've received is that Timesulin is super easy to use and it's making life for thousands of people living with diabetes a little easier.

I hope you'll join us soon!

Warm regards,
Susan and the Timesulin team
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Mariette Tigler-Wybrandi Sep 19, 2012 01:23PM CEST Timesulin Support Timesulin
Dear Ivana -

Thanks for taking the time to get in touch with the Timesulin team!

Timesulin is currently compatible with the following pens:
http://timesulin.com/how-it-works/pens

As the shapes of the insulin pens vary, you have to buy the right Timesulin cap to fit your particular type of insulin pen - Luckily Levemir and Novorapid insulins are both housed in the FlexPen, so you would conceivable be able to use the same cap on both pens. However, we find that most of our users like to have different caps for each of their pens as it shows them how long it's been since they last took each injection.

The caps are individually sold so if you require two caps, then you will need to purchase will need to purchse one for each cap.

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