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LifeinaBox, the world's smallest intelligent fridge.
Millions of people worldwide are prisoners of their medication. With LifeinaBox, the world's smallest intelligent fridge, travel anywhere, any time, with your medication at the right temperature.
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LifeinaBox is the world’s smallest refrigerator, designed for the safe transport of fragile medications such as insulin or growth hormones. About 5% of the worldwide population are “prisoners” of their medication, because their medication must be maintained at a temperature between 2 and 8°C at all times. To these people, LifeinaBox gives the freedom to travel anywhere, anytime, with the peace of mind of knowing that their life-saving medication is kept at exactly the right temperature.
Connected to a Smartphone application, available in iOS and Android, LifeinaBox is an essential tool for the better management of medication schedules, as well as the management of chronic diseases such as diabetes. The Lifeina app not only follows the temperature of the medications in real time, but also sends to the user reminders for his medication schedule so that he can better manage his condition.
THE FREEDOM TO TRAVEL
Designed for the safe storage of fragile medication at an optimum temperature (2 - 8°C). Keeps your medication cool and at a constant temperature at work, at home or in your car.
Refrigerates up to 8 standard injectable medicine pens or vials*. Includes both a universal 110-240V power cord and a 12V DC power adapter for your car.
The Lifeina app will monitor the temperature of your medication in real time and will send you automatic reminders when it is time for you to take your medication.
A 6-hour battery is included inside LifeinaBox, and separate plug-in battery packs are available.
Insulin, growth hormones, adrenalin, monoclonal antibodies, vaccines, interferons*
*For a comprehensive list of compatible pens and medications, log-on to www.lifeina.com and visit our downloads section