That is a very nice feature!
If you swapped left and right wrists, there are a lot of places you could attach it on your forearm and upper arm.
I have injected insulin in my forearm. It works fine. I have even worn pods on my forearm. Once you get past the squeamish factor, you can put the infusion sets almost anywhere.
Once I got over that idea that you could only inject in arms, thighs, and stomach, it gave me a lot more options. Calves, back of legs, forearm, chest, shoulder, back, neck, the fleshy part of the thumb… OMG, that hurts like hell!
But still, a short tube and a remote controlled pump gives it a lot of the advantages of a tubeless pump!
I think that was one of the nice features of the Animas, if I am not mistaken. Wasn’t that one of the only pumps with a remote feature? If you can have it tucked away in your pocket, and bolus with your phone, that’s a great option.
The proprietary infusion sets is a bit of a drawback, though. Depending on what options they have.
Still, any new pump in the market is wonderful. That keeps the Big 3 on their toes.