Pip Insulin Pen Needles (32G 4mm) 100 Pieces
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- 100 Pip Insulin Pen Needles 32G Needle x 4MM Depth
- UNIVERSAL FIT securely fits on all insulin and medication pens
- Silicone-Coated Needle for MINIMAL PAIN
- Micro-thin 32G needle is the SMALLEST NEEDLE available on the market
- Package Dimensions : 13 x 7.11 x 6.91 cm; 132 Grams
- Date First Available : 18 August 2020
- Manufacturer : Pip Diabetes Care
- ASIN : B08G59N69N
- Manufacturer reference : 2
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Pip Pen Needles 32G x 4mm
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Reviewed in the United States on 26 March 2021
Initial Review from Dec 30 2020: I'm new to taking insulin and don't even know where to acquire OEM needles for my Lantus Solostar pen. Kroger's price for their house brand of screw on needles is $25/100 at about half the price, these are a great value.
As a new insulin user, I'm nervous about sticking myself with needles. The original needles that came with my first prescription were spring loaded (I think) and the needles are shrouded so I was a bit skittish looking at these bare needles before poking myself. After one use, I found it was not at all painful and worked fine.
I liked a lot of the reviews I've read about Pip products, and gave them a try. I wasn't exactly enthused to see that they were made in China, but wasn't surprised, either. As far as being sealed for sterility, they're more or less the same as the BD needles I've been using.
Insertion wasn't bad. I felt a bit more of a skin "pop", but it wasn't appreciably different than the BD needles. On a 44u basal injection, I also didn't really notice that the flow was better or worse than BD. Removing the needle, however, wasn't quite as smooth. These are the only needles I've used where I got a bit of a sting on removal.
On further inspection, I noticed that the needle had become bent. I'd never noticed this with other needles I've used, and thought maybe I did something unusual and hadn't noticed it. On subsequent injections, I'd say 30% of the needles came out a little bent. Since the injection sites weren't any different, and my technique has been pretty solid for a while, I could only conclude that the needles were a bit weaker in terms of structure.
I don't think these needles are bad, and wouldn't mind too much if I had to use a few while waiting on my prescribed needles to show up, but I don't think I'd want to use these as often as I go through needles on an ongoing basis. As the time of this writing, there are plenty of grey market sellers with imported (but otherwise identical) BD needles, and there are other brands that cost appreciably less. I don't really see why you'd pay more for these.