Accu-Chek Guide Me Meter
The Accu-Chek Guide Me glucose meter is simply the easy way to manage your diabetes.
Accu-Chek Guide Me Meter Features:
Simply easy to train — The
Simply take just one strip — Spill-resistant SmartPack vial lets patients take one and spill none.
Simply use the entire end — Place a small drop of blood anywhere along the end instead of on a tiny spot.
Simply see test results — Large, easy to read display makes it simple to see test results.
Accu-Chek Guide Me Glucose Meter Includes:
- Accu-Chek Guide Me blood glucose meter with batteries included
- Accu-Chek Softclix lancing device with 10 Softclix lancets
- Easy-to-use instructions
- Carrying case
Guide Me Blood Glucose Meter Specifications:
Sample Size: 0.6 μl
Power Supply: Two 3-volt coin-cell batteries (CR2032)
Memory Capacity: 720 diary records and 30 control results
Test Averages: 7, 14, 30, 90 days
Dimensions: 76 x 48 x 16 mm (LWH)
Weight: 4.3 g (with batteries)
Data Transfer: Bluetooth® wireless technology and micro USB
Guide meter is much better than the Guide-Me meter. Spend a litte extra you will not be sorry
When I received my new unit, I took a reading. And then to compare, I immediately took another reading with my old Accu-Chek Smartview meter using the same drop of blood. The new Guide Me meter showed a difference of PLUS 15. I was kind of shocked there would be such a huge difference. The reason I changed over to the Guide Me was because the price for the Smartview strips was getting SO expensive. The Smartview strips are larger and easier to handle. The Guide Me strips are difficult to retrieve out of the holder without contaminating either end and are so small, difficult to slide into the meter. If the price for the strips came down on Smartview, I would go back to that unit. Disappointing.
Excellent in every respect. In 2 weeks I have lowered my A1c from an actual 9.8 to a projected 6.2. The phone app is what does it. Your reading shows up on your phone within 2-3 seconds after it displays on the meter. The layout and graphs make following your progress easy. Input of meals, meds, etc, is all by touching icons...little/no typing. Best for last. You can set a reminder! I use it to remind me to take a reading 2 hours after a meal. I am considering using it to remind me of morning/night time meds. I have been looking for that in a meter for over 10 years. The only thing to make it better is if it could take a reading without having to stick yourself. Well, I can dream, can't I?