The EasyBag Single is the perfect companion for short trips, transporting one (1) prefilled insulin or adrenaline pen at the optimum temperature (16-25°C) for up to 3 days—without electricity or batteries!

The Medactive patented technology allows for the EasyBag Single to be active in just 40 seconds when the inner pouch is in contact with water. Applied and recharged hundreds of times, the EasyBag Single is ideal for active travelers looking for a reliable, convenient way to care for their medication.

  • Innovative Cooling Technology: Utilises specially developed gel crystals to cool insulin and adrenaline when in contact with water, providing temperature control without the need for electricity.
  • Simple Activation: Immerse the EasyBag in water for just 40 seconds to activate its cooling capabilities.
  • Long-lasting Cooling: Gel crystals transform into a cooling gel that remains effective for up to three days through evaporation, maintaining medication temperatures between 16°C and 25°C.
  • Effortless Recharge: To "recharge" the EasyBag, re-submerge it in water for 40 seconds, ready for continued use.
  • Travel Confidence: Reduces stress for diabetics traveling, working, or holidaying by securely transporting insulin and adrenaline in fluctuating temperatures.
  • Efficient Single Pen Transport: Designed for easy transport of one prefilled insulin or adrenaline pen, perfect for short trips.
The EasyBag Single specifications are as follows:
How many pens can I store?
1  (One)
Medication Cooling Temperature Range 16°C  - 25°C
Effectiveness Range Up to 3 days
Cooling Activation Method Water Activated Gel Crystals
Operating Temperature Range 0°C - 32°C (Ambient)
Dimensions (h x w x d) 210mm x 56mm x 30mm
Weight 70g
The EasyBag Single is suitable for storing medications such as:
  • Diabetes Medication - Insulin, Bydueron, Byetta
  • Adrenaline Medication - EpiPen, Pre-filled Adrenaline
Please consult the specific guidance provided by your medication for storage instructions before using this bag. 

Specifications for medications do change therefore, the information presented here is a guide only, and not medical advice. 

You should always confirm with either your local doctor, pharmacist or pharmaceutical company for the recommended medication storage temperature or the recommended medication transportation temperature for your medication.

The information is based, on the publicly available information at the time of publication.