It’s been a good week for asthma-blogging. The air seems crisp and clean, and the tips keep coming. Besides the do-it-yourself origami asthma spacers we covered earlier, we’ve received word of these sexy new kidney-bean shaped inhaler cases. In the words of the folks behind Respire.com (best if read in an upper-crusty British accent):
When inhalers are carried in bags and pockets, it is common for dust and other debris to become lodged in the gap between the canister and it’s housing. The answer is of course to regularly clean the inhaler, however, we think it is easier and better to keep it in a clean case and prevent any debris from entering your inhaler.
…The two halves of the case are held together by magnets. The strength and gap between them has been optimised to firmly hold the case together whilst allowing easy opening and closing. It is also good fun to use.
…In order to to suit your particular preference, the cases come in both a glossy chrome and a satin chrome finish.