Kaleido: insulin pump therapy designed to help live life on your own terms
Are you ready to take charge? We understand that diabetes is inconsistent, inexact and – most importantly – it’s individual. It’s not a one-size-fits-all condition, so we don’t think your insulin pump should be either.
Freedom to choose what works for you (and what looks good!) is important, so we give you options.
Kaleido is so small and light, you’ll forget you’re wearing it.
Pumping doesn’t need to be rocket science – Kaleido is easy to learn, use and fill.
Our delivery system is pretty clever , so you can always rely on us for accuracy and consistency.
Done right, an insulin pump system should give you 24/7 freedom, convenience and peace of mind. We’ve designed Kaleido with all that and plenty more, so you can have better control with less hassle, and more time to spend doing the things you love.
What can it do for you?
Kaleido is insulin pump therapy designed to help you live life on your own terms. It’s personal, discreet, always simple to use and easy to understand. The way we see it, pumping should give you the freedom and flexibility you need to do whatever makes you feel good.
How does it work?
With every Kaleido comes two pumps and one handset, all of which are fully rechargeable and wonderfully wireless. Choose a conventional or patch pump style, log your BG and top up quickly… Kaleido is easy to use, every time.
Let’s inject some colour
Gold, blue, pink, orange… Pick the colours you want for your pumps and handset – we’ve got 10 options, so you can go uniform or pick three different ones!
Read our stories
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November 14th, 2018.If you have diabetes, you're basically a walking information leaflet. Especially when you have the pumps and sensors hanging from your body or when you have to inject yourself while travelling on the train, you can't escape the curious glances from those around you. I can imagine that it's interesting to other people, though. Diabetes technology...
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