Members Tim Posted February 1 Members Report Share Posted February 1 While it isn't strictly rehab, this seems like the best place for a discussion of "dealing with all the gear". Like every new user, I feel like I'm swimming in boxes and gear. I finally decided to pull out the label maker to help get myself a little more organized. Here is my "work area" for my CIs. I have a food tray to keep things from sliding off and to keep it from taking over the whole credenza. I know these things probably get to be second nature for the veterans but as a new user, I wish there was more information. Even a sheet of stickers in various languages. Charger: "Tilt in and Brown Bar" - I put a label on the battery charger to remind myself which way to tilt it in and to have the brown bar facing. It is hard to read since that is angled away. UV Dryer: "No Rondo or Batteries" - I put a label on my UV dryer to remind me to not put my Rondo 3 or batteries in it. (This is a smaller dryer from my bone conduction implant days but it seems similar.) Air Charge: "Place Upside Down/Orange means charging/light off when done" - I put a label on the Air Charge to remind me that Rondo 3 goes on upside down and to watch for the orange charging light. Small Case: "CI Tools" - not pictured but I'm using one of the small cases for all the little tools like the Rondo magnet remover, brush, and screwdriver like device for Sonnet covers. (Essentially adding the Rondo tool to the Sonnet 2 Daily care case.) Am I missing anything? Do others have better ideals for how to label things or tips to remind themselves of? Feel free to show off how you have things organized. Personally I'm hoping to avoid descending into the "junk drawer" approach. Kylie and Dianna 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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