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We prefer to order cheese or fruit plates from room service whenever we feel like having them instead of getting them delivered automatically at tea time each day.

 

That way they don't sit around getting limp or soggy the way they do if they are delivered when we are not there, and we can have different snacks on different days, as the mood strikes us.

 

If we want snacks at tea time, we like to go up to the afternoon tea area at the buffet because they have a much larger variety from which to choose than what is brought around on the carts.

 

Besides, we often get ice cream in the afternoon when we are up there too.

Sometimes we just feel like having pizza instead of the tea time snacks.

 

We kind of like to look over all the options on display first before deciding and try to rationalize away some of those extra calories by taking the stairs. :)

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Hi Bernice,

 

A number of cruisers have changed to our sailing as the earlier one is during Tet causing a problem in the ports of call. check it out. I have no knowledge of Tet until they came on our board and said they were advised by SE Asia TA not to visit during this time.

 

Have a good Passach

 

Oh, well its too late now. Firstly because I wanted to be away for my "special" birthday :eek: and that obviously cant be changed, and secondly, because we have booked the flights. Whatever we see will be more than if we didnt go, so I expect that we'll just enjoy whatever we can.

 

Have a good pesach too, happy matzo crumb hoovering !:rolleyes:

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On our last Celebrity cruise, we asked our butler not to leave the canapes if we weren't in the room at tea time - unless there was just something we had to try. He was very good about letting us know what was good and what wasn't so good. It's been 7 years since that cruise, so this may not be applicable. We were in a Sky Suite that cruise and our butler was just amazing! Hope we get that same level of service again when we cruise Alaska in a Royal Suite!

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Oh, well its too late now. Firstly because I wanted to be away for my "special" birthday :eek: and that obviously cant be changed, and secondly, because we have booked the flights. Whatever we see will be more than if we didnt go, so I expect that we'll just enjoy whatever we can.

 

Have a good pesach too, happy matzo crumb hoovering !:rolleyes:

 

I am sure it will be fine and you will have a great time. we have not yet booked our flights yet as some airlines do not have the return flights open until April. Who have you booked with?

 

Yes can't wait to see the Matza crumbs, Not!!!

 

Roy

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THANKS for the new thread!! Already lots of tips here!

 

 

 

Is that combinable with the Captain's Club additional minutes? Probably not' date=' right? ;)

 

 

 

What a great suggestion!

 

 

 

Are they cool enough for diabetic supplies?

 

 

 

What would be the advantage of this if they charge 5%? I was told that as long as I "spent" a certain percentage of my OBC, a visit to guest relations the day before cruise ends will set up a refund to the credit card on file without any service fee involved.[/quote']

 

My wife's insulin stayed fine in the fridge on our Solstice cruise. We always carry a fridge thermometer with us. Once, the hotel fridge was set so cold, her insulin froze. What a nightmare to get it replaced. For that reason, we do not keep her active vial in the fridge. We bought a cool sleeve that keeps it fine for several days. The coolant pack is water activated, does not need to be chilled prior to use

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I'm in my first suite for my next cruise an have a butler. Will he bring us cheese instead of canapes?

 

I think he should bring you whatever you want. If you like pancakes, have him bring you some for breakfast. Better than standing in the line waiting. If they are not hot, complain. Try eggs benedict in the cabin. Are they hot? Ask him to clean your shoes if they get dirty. Use your butler. Dial that phone number.

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THANKS for the new thread!! Already lots of tips here!

 

What would be the advantage of this if they charge 5%? I was told that as long as I "spent" a certain percentage of my OBC' date=' a visit to guest relations the day before cruise ends will set up a refund to the credit card on file without any service fee involved.[/quote']

 

Not sure about a refund on OBC. I guess it depends on where the OBC came from. On a recent cruise we had $400 obc left over. The cruise line had put $1000 and we did not spend it. So on the last day my wife hit the shops and finished it off. The cruise line was not going to let that money leave the ship.

If the OBC was a cash deposit by the passenger, then that might be different.

In the casino one can just ask for chips and have them charged to the OB account, but I think they make that 5% charge so bring cash.

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They are. My DH keeps his insulin in them. If you are not sure, you can request a mini fridge for medical use, but there is often so little room in the cabin for one. I can tell you that we have cruised a lot and we have used the coolers for insulin with complete success.

 

A few little hints, if you'll allow:

 

We usually freeze a block of "blue ice" to carry the insulin in while we fly to our departure port. I put a label held with clear packing tape on the blue ice with our cabin number and name and ask the cabin steward to put it in their freezer and return it before we debark. That way we have something to put in the insulated bag to keep the medicine cold on the way home.

 

If the diabetic is on a pump, as my DH is, or uses a pen, they will give you a smaller sharps container to use for finger sticks. If you don't need to dispose of syringes, there's no sense having that big old red bucket taking up space in the cabin.

 

I've just purchased a special insulin carrier from Magellan's that is supposed to be reusable and activates with cold water. I'm going to give it a try before we leave for San Diego. If it saves us having to explain the block of blue ice to TSA every time, it's worth it.:)

 

Sorry for the hijack. It just thought it was a good opportunity to share some information.

 

My wife is on an insulin pump also. We purchased that water activated carrier. It is important to note that it is not designed to carry unopened vials. Those must be refrigerated. Therefore, we use the blue ice carrier for the unopened vials, and the Magellan sleeve for the "in use" vial. We always carry a fridge thermometer. In a hotel last year, the insulin froze, destroying it.

 

We utilize the Animas vacation loaner pump. Would hate to be at sea and suffer pump failure. We also carry a back up meter with back up test strips, spare parts for the pump and twice as many infusion sets as we think we need. Our netbook has the program to upload pump settins as necessary. We also carry a Glucagon emergency injection kit. ketone test strips, her Dexcom supplies with additional sensors, and a small sharps container. We also carry prescriptions if we need to purchase insulin

 

Airlines will et you have an additional carry on if it exclusively holds medical supplies. They always pull it for an inspection. Please ask them to wear fresh gloves when examining the contents

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I am so glad to see the new threads rather than weeding thru all the old ones.

The Diabetic info from KelliePoodle is great. For years travel days have been a problem especially in the very warm climates.

Everyone have a great cruise!

Beth

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My wife is on an insulin pump also. We purchased that water activated carrier. It is important to note that it is not designed to carry unopened vials. Those must be refrigerated. Therefore, we use the blue ice carrier for the unopened vials, and the Magellan sleeve for the "in use" vial. We always carry a fridge thermometer. In a hotel last year, the insulin froze, destroying it.

 

We utilize the Animas vacation loaner pump. Would hate to be at sea and suffer pump failure. We also carry a back up meter with back up test strips, spare parts for the pump and twice as many infusion sets as we think we need. Our netbook has the program to upload pump settins as necessary. We also carry a Glucagon emergency injection kit. ketone test strips, her Dexcom supplies with additional sensors, and a small sharps container. We also carry prescriptions if we need to purchase insulin

 

Airlines will et you have an additional carry on if it exclusively holds medical supplies. They always pull it for an inspection. Please ask them to wear fresh gloves when examining the contents

 

Very good practical tips for Diabetics travelling. thanks. Yes fresh gloves is a good idea or ask them to let you handle the material under their watchful eye.

Those gloves they wear are to protect them not you.

This thread is labled Celebrity Secrets. If we tell all they are no longer secrets.

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My wife is on an insulin pump also. We purchased that water activated carrier. It is important to note that it is not designed to carry unopened vials. Those must be refrigerated. Therefore, we use the blue ice carrier for the unopened vials, and the Magellan sleeve for the "in use" vial. We always carry a fridge thermometer. In a hotel last year, the insulin froze, destroying it.

Why won't it carry unopened vials? I have a fridge thermometer in my RV, I'll take it, though we've never had a problem with a hotel fridge. I usually dial them back to a lower setting if I find them cranked up too high.

 

We utilize the Animas vacation loaner pump. Would hate to be at sea and suffer pump failure. We also carry a back up meter with back up test strips, spare parts for the pump and twice as many infusion sets as we think we need. Our netbook has the program to upload pump settins as necessary. We also carry a Glucagon emergency injection kit. ketone test strips, her Dexcom supplies with additional sensors, and a small sharps container. We also carry prescriptions if we need to purchase insulin

 

I never leave home without a glucagon kit. He got a new pump but the old one is still good, so we carry that for a spare. We used to get a loaner from Minimed, too. We also carry syringes in the event of a pump failure. I just bring an index card with the pump settings written on it. I keep it with copies of both of our latest blood work an EKGs.

 

Airlines will et you have an additional carry on if it exclusively holds medical supplies. They always pull it for an inspection. Please ask them to wear fresh gloves when examining the contents

 

We knew about that when he first got his Bi-pap machine. Thanks for the hint about the gloves.

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I'm in my first suite for my next cruise an have a butler. Will he bring us cheese instead of canapes?

 

Hi Kellie,

We,too,will be in a Sky Suite for the first time. DH now in scooter so we upgraded to SS from balcony to have turn around room. I am going to ask for the cheese platter and save it in the cooler to have with the wine we bring onboard in the evening. We will be bringing an electric candle to use on the balcony when we have our bedtime glass of wine. Celebrating 60 years together.

 

~Doris~>who loves a romantic anniversary cruise

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We prefer to order cheese or fruit plates from room service whenever we feel like having them instead of getting them delivered automatically at tea time each day.

 

That way they don't sit around getting limp or soggy the way they do if they are delivered when we are not there, and we can have different snacks on different days, as the mood strikes us.

 

Usually the cheese plates are very cold and we have to wait until the cheese comes up to edible temp. I would think that having it delivered earlier would be a benefit. Then it would be at room temp when you wanted it. Whenever we've ordered a cheese plate we asked for wrapped crackers.

 

I wonder if I asked for brie and cheddar only, would they do it?

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We knew about that when he first got his Bi-pap machine. Thanks for the hint about the gloves.

 

The sleeves are not engineered to keep the unopened vials at the required cooler temperature than what is acceptable for open ones.. They can keep them cooler than summer air, but not like being in a refrigerator. We bought one, thinking the same thing as you. However, when we first used it, the insert had a disclaimer in it. We choose not to use it for the unopened vials. Not worth the risk.

 

One other TSA point. She takes the belt clip off the pump and she clears the magnetometer. On the other side, the TSA officer still asks her to remove her cell phone. Only once, did a TSA officer know what is was, and was respectful

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Hi Kellie,

We,too,will be in a Sky Suite for the first time. DH now in scooter so we upgraded to SS from balcony to have turn around room. I am going to ask for the cheese platter and save it in the cooler to have with the wine we bring onboard in the evening. We will be bringing an electric candle to use on the balcony when we have our bedtime glass of wine. Celebrating 60 years together.

 

~Doris~>who loves a romantic anniversary cruise

 

 

Congratulations and blessings upon you both. I hope you have an absolutely perfect cruise.

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Usually the cheese plates are very cold and we have to wait until the cheese comes up to edible temp. I would think that having it delivered earlier would be a benefit. Then it would be at room temp when you wanted it. Whenever we've ordered a cheese plate we asked for wrapped crackers.

 

I wonder if I asked for brie and cheddar only, would they do it?

 

Do you think you would be able to get Olives ?

We do love a pre dinner nibble :D

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Hi Kellie,

We,too,will be in a Sky Suite for the first time. DH now in scooter so we upgraded to SS from balcony to have turn around room. I am going to ask for the cheese platter and save it in the cooler to have with the wine we bring onboard in the evening. We will be bringing an electric candle to use on the balcony when we have our bedtime glass of wine. Celebrating 60 years together.

 

~Doris~>who loves a romantic anniversary cruise

 

They used to have cheese plates with a larger selection of cheeses but there is a cheese plate available from room service that you can order whenever you are ready for it. No need to save one from the afternoon. It's the same cheese plate.

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Sometimes we found the crackers were a bit limp by the time we got to the cheese plate so we started picking up breadsticks from Cellarmasters on the way back to our cabin. Along with a glass of wine to go with the cheese, of course. ;)

 

Limp crackers! Never heard them described that way, Katie, but that is exactly correct! Our crackers were limp, too!!

Carole

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I don't know if this is helpful, but I eliminated all the comments and quotes and came up with a list.

 

If anyone has a problem with what I did, I will delete!

 

OP, perhaps in your original post you could put this in and we can keep track of all of these great tips.

 

1)On most cruises, if you would like to eat at a specialty restaurant on the first night, ask when you get on board....because they generally offer a discount if you eat there on the first night.

 

2) If you pre-purchase meals at the specialty restaurants and they offer a discounted package on-board, you can take the discounted package and they will (if you tell them) adjust what you paid with a credit to your on-board account

 

3) Sign up for internet the day of departure on the ship. In most cases, they will give you an additional 20% minutes on any package bought on the first day. (make sure you ask)

 

4) For those that are Jewish travelling at Passover, ask guest relations if there will be a special service/meal on your cruise (there will be, but they may not know about it). It is often never announced in the dailies....you just have to ask.

They don't always put Friday night services in the dailies, either. Look on the bulletin board which is generally somewhere near the guest relations area. There are always Friday night services, though they are mostly do-it-yourself led by one of the braver passengers.

 

The treats in the glass case at Cafe Al Bacio are complimentary and they can be packaged to go. The mini-sandwiches, which are available mid-day make a great appetizer to go with pre-dinner wine/cocktails on the veranda. Just keep them cold in your room fridge. And the desserts are delicious whenever!!

 

Every Celeb cruise we have taken the Friday night Sabbath Service has been in the Daily sheet, its always at 5.30pm and Kosher wine, Books, Challah (bread) and Kippot (head covering for men) is supplied and yes its a DIY service.

 

1)The "refrigerators" in your rooms are not "refrigerators", they are coolers. Don't expect things to get ice cold in them. This is by design.

 

2)Conceirge and above passengers who receive a bottle of bubbly (I'll call it bubbly instead of champagne because it isn't champagne) and prefer wine instead have two options:

 

a) ask your room steward/butler if they can exchange it for the house red or white wine (generally works for us if the request is accompanied by a $5 bill) but officially they don't do this.

 

b) take the bottle to dinner with you and ask the somelier to credit you towards a bottle of wine.

 

3) If you are concierge of above, you can ask that instead of the afternoon canapes, you get cheese or shrimp cocktail. Note: they will only deliver the canapes if you are in your cabin...frankly, it's no loss if you miss them, but that's just my opinion

 

4) yes, celebrity provides binoculars in concierge and above cabins, however if you actually want to see anything, bring your own.

 

5) solstice class ships have two US plugs and one European plug on the desk.

 

6) solstice class ships have night light function built into the bathroom lighting...M-class don't so if you want a night light, bring one.

 

7) do not assume that just because you locked your cabin door, no one can come in. The room steward's key overrides the inside latch. Use the do not disturb sign.

 

8) you can withdraw cash (US dollars) in the casino and it will be charged to your on-board account. There is a charge of 5% to do this. If you have unused OBC's, then you care about this one.

 

9) Pay attention to the drink specials on the daily sheet.

 

10) No, if you will be elite at the end of your cruise, you can not get credit early....many have tried. If you are B2B and will become elite after your first cruise, see the captain's club host/hostess and they will arrange for you to be elite on the second cruise.

 

11) If you are elite, you are welcome to drink as much as you want at the function, but you may not take drinks out of the room (to your cabin, to dinner, to anywhere). This applies to both breakfast and the cocktail hours.

 

12) You can ask for smaller portions at QSINE and/or remember that you do not have to finish everything served before they give you another. Yes, it is enjoyable for 2 people although many seem to feel it's better with large groups.

 

13) At breakfast and lunch buffets, walk around before you dive in....some things are sort of hidden and you won't see them if you immediately stop for the first thing you see.

 

14) If you are on any sort of special diet, go to the place where they are handling dinner time changes and remind them (or tell them) of your restrictions.

 

15) If you ask, they have anchovies for caesar salads...if you don't ask, you won't get any.

 

We asked to have cheese brought rather than canapés and it was always delivered whether or not we were in our cabin.

When the Butler comes around with the tea cart, he will leave you little sandwiches and cakes also if you wish. He has all sorts of goodies - fresh fruit, too.

We did a B2B last year and on the first cruise it was combined, but on the second we were told that it was not possible. (re. Internet minutes)

 

 

The cheese plate sometimes comes with fruit and sometimes crackers or both.

Usually the cheese plates are very cold and we have to wait until the cheese comes up to edible temp. I would think that having it delivered earlier would be a benefit. Then it would be at room temp when you wanted it. Whenever we've ordered a cheese plate we asked for wrapped crackers.

Sometimes we found the crackers were a bit limp by the time we got to the cheese plate so we started picking up breadsticks from Cellarmasters on the way back to our cabin. Along with a glass of wine to go with the cheese, of course.

The treats at Cafe Al Bacio are complimentary, even if you do not order a beverage.

We prefer to order cheese or fruit plates from room service whenever we feel like having them instead of getting them delivered automatically at tea time each day.

 

That way they don't sit around getting limp or soggy the way they do if they are delivered when we are not there, and we can have different snacks on different days, as the mood strikes us.

 

If we want snacks at tea time, we like to go up to the afternoon tea area at the buffet because they have a much larger variety from which to choose than what is brought around on the carts.

 

Besides, we often get ice cream in the afternoon when we are up there too.

Sometimes we just feel like having pizza instead of the tea time snacks.

 

We kind of like to look over all the options on display first before deciding and try to rationalize away some of those extra calories by taking the stairs.

On our last Celebrity cruise, we asked our butler not to leave the canapés if we weren't in the room at tea time - unless there was just something we had to try. He was very good about letting us know what was good and what wasn't so good.

 

If you like pancakes, have him bring you some for breakfast. Better than standing in the line waiting. If they are not hot, complain. Try eggs Benedict in the cabin. Are they hot? Ask him to clean your shoes if they get dirty. Use your butler. Dial that phone number.

 

They used to have cheese plates with a larger selection of cheeses but there is a cheese plate available from room service that you can order whenever you are ready for it. No need to save one from the afternoon. It's the same cheese plate.

 

 

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We usually freeze a block of "blue ice" to carry the insulin in while we fly to our departure port. I put a label held with clear packing tape on the blue ice with our cabin number and name and ask the cabin steward to put it in their freezer and return it before we debark. That way we have something to put in the insulated bag to keep the medicine cold on the way home.

 

If the diabetic is on a pump, as my DH is, or uses a pen, they will give you a smaller sharps container to use for finger sticks. If you don't need to dispose of syringes, there's no sense having that big old red bucket taking up space in the cabin.

 

I've just purchased a special insulin carrier from Magellan's that is supposed to be reusable and activates with cold water. I'm going to give it a try before we leave for San Diego. If it saves us having to explain the block of blue ice to TSA every time, it's worth it.

My wife's insulin stayed fine in the fridge on our Solstice cruise. We always carry a fridge thermometer with us. Once, the hotel fridge was set so cold, her insulin froze. What a nightmare to get it replaced. For that reason, we do not keep her active vial in the fridge. We bought a cool sleeve that keeps it fine for several days. The coolant pack is water activated, does not need to be chilled prior to use.

My wife is on an insulin pump also. We purchased that water activated carrier. It is important to note that it is not designed to carry unopened vials. Those must be refrigerated. Therefore, we use the blue ice carrier for the unopened vials, and the Magellan sleeve for the "in use" vial. We always carry a fridge thermometer. In a hotel last year, the insulin froze, destroying it.

 

We utilize the Animas vacation loaner pump. Would hate to be at sea and suffer pump failure. We also carry a back up meter with back up test strips, spare parts for the pump and twice as many infusion sets as we think we need. Our netbook has the program to upload pump settins as necessary. We also carry a Glucagon emergency injection kit. ketone test strips, her Dexcom supplies with additional sensors, and a small sharps container. We also carry prescriptions if we need to purchase insulin

 

Airlines will et you have an additional carry on if it exclusively holds medical supplies. They always pull it for an inspection. Please ask them to wear fresh gloves when examining the contents.

The sleeves are not engineered to keep the unopened vials at the required cooler temperature than what is acceptable for open ones.. They can keep them cooler than summer air, but not like being in a refrigerator. We bought one, thinking the same thing as you. However, when we first used it, the insert had a disclaimer in it. We choose not to use it for the unopened vials. Not worth the risk.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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My wife is on an insulin pump also. We purchased that water activated carrier. It is important to note that it is not designed to carry unopened vials. Those must be refrigerated. Therefore, we use the blue ice carrier for the unopened vials, and the Magellan sleeve for the "in use" vial. We always carry a fridge thermometer. In a hotel last year, the insulin froze, destroying it.

 

We utilize the Animas vacation loaner pump. Would hate to be at sea and suffer pump failure. We also carry a back up meter with back up test strips, spare parts for the pump and twice as many infusion sets as we think we need. Our netbook has the program to upload pump settins as necessary. We also carry a Glucagon emergency injection kit. ketone test strips, her Dexcom supplies with additional sensors, and a small sharps container. We also carry prescriptions if we need to purchase insulin

 

Airlines will et you have an additional carry on if it exclusively holds medical supplies. They always pull it for an inspection. Please ask them to wear fresh gloves when examining the contents

 

Hate to go off topic but I am curious about the loaner pump, my husband wears a Minimed pump and always just gets a prescription for (Lantus I think) and carry's syringes in case of pump failure, how does this loaner pump program work? We will have to see if Minimed offers anything similar.

 

He also carries double the amount of infusion sets split into two bags in case of loss or theft. He never worries about refrigerating his insulin (wondering if he should..) He also gets a letter from his doctor in case there are any TSA questions.

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Hate to go off topic but I am curious about the loaner pump, my husband wears a Minimed pump and always just gets a prescription for (Lantus I think) and carry's syringes in case of pump failure, how does this loaner pump program work? We will have to see if Minimed offers anything similar.

 

He also carries double the amount of infusion sets split into two bags in case of loss or theft. He never worries about refrigerating his insulin (wondering if he should..) He also gets a letter from his doctor in case there are any TSA questions.

 

Animas has a vacation loaner pump program where you let them know when you will be travelling. They send you a backup pump that you only open if necessary. If not returned, they bill you for it. We have used this service several times. Not sure if medtronics provides this service. We both know the grief if you need to switch to MDI. call your rep and see if they can do this. If they say no, tell them that Animas does it. We also pack a spare cartridge cap and battery cap incase they crack.

 

The only insulin we must keep refrigerated are the unopened vials. The open vial we keep in either in the fridge or a cool dark place.TSA has never given us a problem, but we carry a letter anyway.

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The sleeves are not engineered to keep the unopened vials at the required cooler temperature than what is acceptable for open ones.. They can keep them cooler than summer air, but not like being in a refrigerator. We bought one, thinking the same thing as you. However, when we first used it, the insert had a disclaimer in it. We choose not to use it for the unopened vials. Not worth the risk.

 

One other TSA point. She takes the belt clip off the pump and she clears the magnetometer. On the other side, the TSA officer still asks her to remove her cell phone. Only once, did a TSA officer know what is was, and was respectful

 

 

I just checked the literature that came with the bag. It's a "Frio" brand and there is not a single word there about not putting unopened insulin in the bag. It does state that, after activating the bag, the insulin should be at refrigerator temp before putting it in the bag. Nothing about opened or unopened vials. They even make a pump specific bag, which I learned from the literature but Magellan's didn't offer.

 

DH has a pacemaker, too, so he never goes through the magnetic metal detector. He either wears the plastic clip or the one that's a little zippered bag that attaches to his belt. Zipper is nylon.

 

If the airport has the X-ray machine, he can go through that fine, pump and all. We really have the most trouble with the block of blue ice. It seems to set off the TSA folks more than anything. I always take the thermal bag out of the carry-on and put it in a tray, too.

 

He has difficulty walking long distances when he carries anything, so we just get him a wheel chair. I have found that getting us through security with the pump, pacemaker, blue ice, bi-pap machine, etc. is just easier when he goes through with the wheel chair attendant.

 

We usually become the day's entertainment at airports when we go through security :D

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