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With 415 million people living with diabetes worldwide, we often still feel alone and unprepared. With diabetes bags made for organization and a community of people who are just like you, Myabetic will help you feel connected and prepared for every day with diabetes.

Patch: T2D

Regular price CHF 8.00
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Patch: T2D

Regular price CHF 8.00

Show off your Type 2 Diabetes pride with this fun “T2D” patch. This embroidered sticker’s adhesive backing allows you to easily attach the blue circle design to your diabetes case, bag, or favorite accessory. Raise awareness with style!

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  • 2.5” x 2.5”
  • Full embroidery
  • Adhesive backing sticks to smooth surface
  • Easy to apply to diabetes case, bag or accessory
  • Original artwork designed for the diabetes community
  • We ship worldwide!
  • FREE SHIPPING in the United States (5-7 days) on orders over $50. Express US 3-day shipping available for $20. For orders outside the United States, 20USD flat rate shipping fee. Import duties may apply and are the responsibility of the customer.
  • FREE EXCHANGES in the US within 30 days of purchase.
  • FREE RETURNS in the US. If you don't love it, simply return your unused product within 30 days for a refund. Express & International shipping fees are non-refundable.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Cyndi Putman
Excellent product

I love these carrying cases. They hold all I need to be out for the day.

Guy Kamaka
Patch and Bags

The patch and green bag I kept and the blue cobalt bag was a gift! It was perfect as now I have all my needed diabetic supplies in a easy central location it also allows me to travel easily! I really like it! It was a perfect gift also all compartments for pens note pads, alcohol pads, glucometer etc fits perfectly

Lillian Timberman
T2D Patch

Very good quality and it even matches my blue Thompson Diabetes bag. I'm displaying the patch with pride to show that I'm not ashamed of being a person living with diabetes.