Re: [IP] Bayer Contour, Contour Next
I like my Contour Next Link meter as well (super convenient with my
but I hate the Bayer lancets, so I still use my OneTouch Delica lancet
device (as well as the strips container, which is smaller and fits better
in my meter case)
I also asked Bayer for a better case for the Contour Next Link meter (I
hate the one that comes with it):
Just call Bayer and they will ship you the better case for free :-)
On Tue, Apr 29, 2014 at 11:15 AM, Stacey Martin <
staceypmartin+email @ redacted> wrote:
> I really liked my contour link. No battery, easy to see in the dark,
> small, and
> it seemed accurate to me. I had to go back to one touch because of
> Yes, the meter is pretty accurate, but it's so big and there's no lit
> Stacey M
> Sent from my iPad
> > On Apr 29, 2014, at 11:06, d-d
> <din-din+email @ redacted> wrote:
> > My new insurance company has a deal with Bayer (Boys and Girls, can
> say 'KICKBACK'?) so that if I have a Bayer Contour or Contour Next, the
> cost to
> me for strips is zero! All others, $270 for a 3-month supply. All others
> includes everything that is uploadable to t-connect.
> > I used a Bayer Contour USB when I was on my long pump vacation. Loved
> the no
> battery thing (what t-slim aficionado wouldn't?) but the accuracy was not
> impressive. Even with clean hands, I could get readings 100 points apart.
> > Who else uses Contour and how do you like/dislike it?
> > Denise Br.
> > .
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