Safety First

SafeFine always puts patient health first by introducing safety measures to avoid contact of the needle with the user while removing the needle tip after injection, thus preventing needle-stick injuries and health risks.

Feedback from Users

Hear what SafeFine users have to say in their own words.

  • Mehtap Çağlar

    I have a 13-year-old son who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes last year. He is dependent on insulin to live and he has to take his daytime dose during school hours. Since needle tips should not be thrown into the trash after use, he needed to carry a separate waste container. He no longer needs to carry a waste box because SafeFine both contains pen needles and stores used pen needle tips safely in a separate compartment. Thanks.

    Mehtap Çağlar
  • couple02

    I have long-standing diabetes (type 1). Before I began using SafeFine, I was having a real problem with waste needles. Needle tips should not be placed into the ordinary garbage. So, I had to use a dedicated waste box. SafeFine solved my problem. SafeFine offers a safe way to store used needle tips. Thank you SafeFine.

    Karlyn Ulrich
  • Martell Sigilwig

    Hello. My name is Martell and I am 39 years old. I’m a tour guide and I travel a lot due to my profession. I have been using insulin needles for about a year. At first it was difficult but one gets used to it over time. During my stay in Turkey, I realized that I forgot to take my insulin pen needles with me. A pharmacist recommended SafeFine and told me that it was very simple to use. I liked the box because you just insert the used needle tip into the entry of the waste compartment and turn it, then you push the pin and you instantly get rid of the waste needle. You do not have to worry about where to throw the needle tip. I bought two more boxes of SafeFine just in case. I was not sure about its availability in my native country, Germany. Good news is I heard that SafeFine will be marketed in Germany soon. I think it is a useful product. Thank you.

    Martell Sigilwig
  • Karlyn - Earnest Mayer

    My wife has type 2 diabetes for 10 years and she needs to inject insulin three times a day. In Germany, you cannot just throw used needle tips wherever you want. You have to collect the used needles in medical waste bins and hand them over to a pharmacy or hospital on a monthly basis. SafeFine saved us from this problem and offered a perfect solution. After using the needle tip, the box stores used needles internally. When there are no more new needle tips inside the box, I just give it to my pharmacist and purchase a new box. It is really practical and convenient for us.

    Karlyn - Earnest Mayer
  • Leyla Sergin

    Hi. I am 23 years old and I’m studying at the university in Berlin. I always had a fear of needles. I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes about 4 or 5 years ago. My worst fear came true and now I have to self-inject insulin with a needle twice a day. At first, I was not able to give myself injections but I got used to it over time. Last year, I began using insulin pen and I feel more comfortable with it compared to traditional injectors. Two months ago, I came across with your product on the internet and purchased it from a pharmacy. And actually, I did not pay extra money for it. Now I do not have to worry about where to throw used needle tips. Thank you.

    Allisha Rahel

Market Share

  • Each insulin needle tip box contains 100 insulin needle tips.
  • Patients on insulin therapy use an average of 10 boxes of insulin pen needles per year, corresponding to a global market of approximately 260 million boxes.
  • There is a rapidly growing need for insulin needles due to increasing population of diabetic patients worldwide.