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Libreband Armband for Freestyle Libre CGM, Magenta 100

LML2302

Looking for long lasting sensor protection?

Secure your FreeStyle Libre with a sports style Libreband and protect it from knocks!

Choose a Libreband in Pantone® Colour of the Year 2023 Magenta

  • Protective armband for FreeStyle Libre 1 & 2
  • Sports style wearable CGM design
  • Water-resistant neoprene strap
  • Suitable for sport, exercise & swimming
  • Durable for repeated use
  • Fully adjustable sizes for adults and children
  • High quality injection moulded finish (not 3D printed)

Libreband armbands are  worn in a similar way to how a runner wears a phone on their arm. Transforming the appearance of a medical device into a wearable accessory, Librebands give users the confidence to wear their sensor without the worry of it being knocked or falling off.

Librebands are perfect for holidays, exercising, swimming and everyday wear.

Size: S (20-30cm)

Customer Reviews

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Annie Smith
T1 and clumsy

This armband is amazing I'm so pleased with it however I forgot to put it on this morning and knocked my sensor off maybe I should have bought 2 !
Many thanks for my armband i will recommend it to others

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Matty Bowman
Makes a huge difference

Being the active outdoor instructor I am Love my Libre has been life changing in protecting my Sensor due my busy active days

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Charles P.

I am really not a lover of the libre free style, so I am hoping that love my libre helps solve the problem of keeping this great idea a workable product.

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David W.

Whilst my Libre2 sensors are, fortunately, free on the NHS one still feels bereft when you lose one by inadvertently knocking it off! I've lost a few; squeezing into the car and hitting the top of the door, reaching for very hard to reach items in the supermarket and catching it on the shelf. NO MORE! Whilst looking cool (whilst not always visible unless wearing short sleeves) the armband is easy to fit snuggly over the sensor and doesn't move until you want it to. Obviously (and importantly) scanning the sensor with your phone is no different to scanning without the band on. RECOMMENDED!

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Mandy H.

Best thing Ive ever had to keep it on xxx

PROTECT YOUR SENSOR AND WEAR IT WITH STYLE FOR FULL 14 DAYS !

Frequenty Asked Questions

Wearing a Libreband or Dexband will help to protect a sensor from the friction caused by swimming and being in water, such as in a hot tub. The cover and neoprene armband are themselves water-resistant, however, the product does not provide any additional waterproof protection to the Libre sensor - nor do stickers or patches.

Love My Libre customers include competitive athletes, who have worn our armbands for swimming and water activities and have found it helpful for protection and in giving them confidence in water whilst wearing a sensor, especially when doing so for an extended period.

There's more about Swimming with a Libreband in our blog here or see our YouTube video, click here.

Yes,  you can easily scan through the cover, just as it can scan through clothing. Wearing a Libreband does not affect the performance of a Libre sensor or the ability to scan to get glucose levels.

The armbands sold by Love My Libre can be washed in lukewarm water. Add a little liquid soap if needed, but avoid rubbing the neoprene. The strap will usually air-dry in around 20 minutes.

Our Libreband and Dexband straps are made from a neoprene fabric which contains rubber, Styrene Butadiene Rubber, (SBR) sandwiched with polyester spandex, and therefore does not contain latex. However, the rubber is stuck together with adhesives which might cause a reaction in some circumstances.

We do not accept any liability for any adverse reaction to the use of the product and you are advised to seek medical advice to assess suitability if you have allergies or are susceptible to any skin irritation.

Please watch our video below to ensure you get a good fitting.

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