My insurance deductible for the other strips is higher than the Reli-on brand. So even though individual readings may disappoint and alarm me, over time the results are fairly consistent. When referencing information that is not based on personal experience, please provide links to your sources. Maybe one would be right for you. Before placing an order for a couple hundred strips I purchased the meter at my neighborhood store and compared results between that meter and my Verio they give a 5 pack with a new meter purchase.
I have many meters.
Blood Glucose Meter Compatibility with Test Strips
Before my relationship with him, I have a cousin and her husband who received a patent on a machine to measure blood sugar levels without needing a blood sample, it was all done through the skin. But it is too good to be true? I am a senior on Medicare and find it unfortunate that they only allow one test a day unless we are on insulin. It explains why my glucose readings are sometimes way off from my expectations. Then there are the questions of price, why prices vary so much, what insurance will pay for, and what doctors will order. The accucheck meter got me into serious trouble because of its inaccuracy at hypoglycemic ranges which sent my blood glucose bouncing like crazy.