I have more than one epi pen case that I use at school. I really like the Kozygo pouch for regular everyday Epi-pen carrying. I really prefer not to have an extra belt around my waist. However, whenever I go to gym class and have to wear sweats, I can’t clip my Kozygo on because my sweatpants don’t have any belt loops on them. My solution is the SPIbelt.
The SPIbelt, like the Kozygo, is a pouch I use to carry my medication. As the “belt” in the title suggests, all you have to do it strap it around your waist–and since I have tried many packs in the past ten years, I will say if you need one this one is very lightweight. I actually forget it is there. My SPIbelt holds my two Epi-pens, Benadryl, and emergency contact info in case I am unconscious. On top of that, it’s pretty much invisible. After you strap it around your waist, you simply put your shirt on over it and nobody can tell its there.
On top of it being a belt for medicine, it is also designed to carry things needed for fitness. However, since I’m far from a lover of fitness, I just use it to carry medicine.
This is the link for the SPIbelt website https://spibelt.com/, and below, I posted a picture of a SPIbelt.
This is the Large Pocket SPIbelt, which is what I use as it holds more medicine. While the pouch may look small, it is made of a material that stretches to fit a surprising amount of stuff in it.
I hope you enjoyed part three of my Gary’s favorite things series. If you have any questions about any of the products I mentioned in my post, feel free to leave a comment.
Until next time!