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Adhesive tape to secure your diabetes devices

Skin Grip adhesive tape
Skin grip MAX

Introducing Skin grip MAX

Non-fraying

Moisture resistant

4-way stretch

Smaller and thinner than Skin Grip Original

No-stick center

Never Waste a Sensor Again

With Skin Grip You Can...

With Skin Grip You Can Shower

Shower

With Skin Grip You Can Swim

Swim

With Skin Grip You Can Exercise

Exercise

With Skin Grip You Can Hike

Hike

With Skin Grip You Can Bike

Bike

With Skin Grip You Can Surf

Surf

With Skin Grip You Can Dance

Dance

Say Goodbye To...

  • Fighting with your insurance company

  • Begging the manufacturer for a replacement

  • Feeling desperate to have your next sensors arrive

  • Losing a sensor while giving a hug

  • Resorting to finger pricks

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