Carry Nine – the ‘wallet’ holds Epis/Auvi Q
Allergy Apparel – cute/different looking carriers
Love Bugs Co. – etsy website for alertware, very unique/cute epi and auvi holders.
Epi-Essentials – Modern handbags and cases.
Spibelt– Slim belts with storage pockets
EpiPen Pouch – Seems to just fit epis; also no place for inhaler but nice place for medical info.
Kozygo – Duo holds 2 Auvi-q, a few Benadryl chews.
Cases that combat temperature extremes
FRIO Cooling Cases – These are amazing; designed to keep insulin at a steady temperature (77-79 degrees F) even in 100 degree temps for up to 45 hours, no ice packs needed. They work by being submerged in water/swelling a gel inside and then as the water evaporates it keeps the contents inside at a steady temperature. The large wallet perfectly fits 2 epis, extra large would also accommodate 2 epis an inhaler or liquid antihistamine. You still need another bag to carry it, as it has no handle etc., and it has to be breathable for the evaporation to occur. Great for camp and the pool.
Kool Blanket – another option to keep epis at desired temperatures in hot weather.
Another suggestion is to apply an inexpensive aquarium stick-on thermometer to epi pens (fits best on them, as opposed to Auvis, but maybe you could cut it in half?) to monitor temperature of meds.
Waterproof cases for water park/play
Pelican 1050 case with carabiner; also comes in different sizes and colors
Can also use waterproof bags that can be purchased at camping stores (Campmor, REI, etc) that is not specifically for an auvi-q,but works well.
Epinehprine auto-injector cases for schools/institutional use
SchoolHealth.com – Great in-school options for holding multiple epi-pens (i.e. at nurse’s), including a carrying case for school nurses for field trips.
MyMedPax.com – Labeled boxes for epi pen storage for one child; great for classroom or nurse’s office storage.
Safety Sack – child proof, so good for preschools (but can be hard to get into in a hurry!)