The price tag for a hipster-sized insulin pump in the Netherlands is around $3.5 million.
The pump, designed by a Dutch firm called Koolhaas, is designed to be worn in public by anyone who needs access to a cool, refreshing and safe swimming pool.
It’s the first hipster pump of its kind, according to Dutch media outlet De Volkskrant, and it will go on sale in April.
The pump is made of an open frame that wraps around the user’s hip while it’s in use.
The hipster pumps are designed for people who need access to the pool or who have a limited amount of energy.
The device is powered by a series of internal rechargeable batteries.
The device was first developed for people with high blood pressure.
It is the first of its type in the world, and the company is currently seeking additional funding for further development, according the De Volkskerrant.
The company also says that the device will be able to work in environments where it’s not safe to swim.
It will be sold for around $10,000.
Koolhaes is the second-biggest supplier of insulin pumps in the United States.
The manufacturer of the pump has been selling its product in the U.S. since 2008.
The new device is made by Koolhaus, which also produces a hip-swimming device called the Hose, according The Verge.