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Accu-Chek Strip-Free Mobile System

Latest review: Mostly very convenient to use but well and truly annoyed by the dumb 3 months expiry once you insert a cassette. I have two of these and use them fairly infrequently, meaning I get maybe a dozen

Accu-Chek Performa Nano

Latest review: Battery life on mine is extremely bad (goes through batteries in about a week). I recently recieved a Medtronic 640G insulin pump and it came with a monitor, its a complete opposite to the

Accu-Chek Performa

Latest review: I purchased one of these machines a few years ago and thought it was ok. I then purchased an Accucheck Performa Nano for at work due to its small size but batteries wouldn't last a week. Contacted

Accu-Chek Combo System

Latest review: My child has been using this for over a year. Noticed huge improvement and stable BGL within 24hrs of going on this pump. Very easy to use, and my 7 year old child could navigate the meter easily

Accu-Chek Softclix

Latest review: My daughter prefers the Softclix for her 7+ tests a day, saying it hurts less. It is also very durable, it's outlasted several monitors. I like the eject feature for the lancets as it is less likely

CareSens N POP

Latest review: Ordered a package with meter, pricker, 50 spare needles, and 10 sample test strips. Came in a convenient sof sided zip up pack. Instructions were good and i had no problems using it. Cannot comment

Accu-Chek FastClix

Latest review: We were given an Accu-chek mobile for our 2 yr old daughter. It is so much better than using an individual strip system. These lancets are not as good as the premium accu-chek ones, however they

Accu-Chek Multiclix

Latest review: This device actually works really well. I love the fact that it takes 6 lancets in one magazine. Very convenient and simple to reload. Its an absolute winner for those who have to test themselves 3

Abbott Freestyle Lite Blood Glucose Monitoring System

Latest review: The Abbott Freestyle lite Blood Glucose Monitoring System is easy to use with one drop of blood it will give you a accurate reading of your Blood Glucose it also lights up for easy reading at

Naturally Sweet Stevia

Latest review: I had high hopes for this stevia (I bought a "pure" stevia product: Bulk Organic Rebaudioside A 40%). Unfortunately it gave me stomach pains and bloating after two separate weekends of testing it,

One Touch Verio Test Strips

Latest review: I agree with a previous reviewer about the strips stuck together and the touching the loading end trying to get them out of the plastic container. Recently they have been packaging more strips in

One Touch Verio IQ

Latest review: After 3/4 readings gives error. Says see customer care. Again works sometimes. Tried to visit the shop. Lulu Muscat Oman. Worst customer care. Kept machine with them and bought another

Accu-Chek Active Blood Glucose Meter

Latest review: I bought this one to replace another more ornate unit which I'd misplaced. It has taken me a while to master the fiddly nature of this device. I still mess up the process and get the error message.

Universal Medical ID

Latest review: ordered ID bracelet but sizing for interchangeable bands was wrong. Contacted customer service which was offshore, stated no exchange policy, wanted to charge me $14 plus cost of returning

i-SENS CareSens N

Latest review: Backlight in the display makes it hard to read. Inserting black strip into the all black slot can be challenging the top of Lance comes off to easy. best wishes all

iBGStar Blood Glucose Meter

Latest review: I have only recently used the IBGstar and so far its not as impressive as I'd hoped. 1. Its not compatible with the latest IOS version on my Iphone 6: which suggests to me they're behind the 8

OneTouch Verio Blood Glucose Monitoring System

Latest review: The reading are sometimes 20 points too high. Worse is it is inconsistent. Sometimes it would read 5 points high and sometimes 28. Testing supplies are too expensive. I can almost pay for the

Accu-Chek Guide

Latest review: Instead of a USB charging system it uses 2 circular batteries that need replacing on average st least twice a month. The lancet tool is cumbersome to setup and not economical in usage irrespective of


Latest review: After being with accu-check for some time we were changed to a accu-check aviva expert by our diabetes team Our son is 5 and been a type 1 all his young life so have used many meters This meter is