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Re: [IP] Wearing Navigator & Dex 7 at same time



I wish I had your luck with sensors lasting 14 days.  Mine seems to go off
after 10 day.  I think one was accurate up to 14 days.  I keep trying to
leave them in longer because they're so darn expensive, but so far I
haven't had much luck..

On Sun, Feb 12, 2012 at 8:27 PM, Buster Q <email @ redacted> wrote:

>  As we all know, Navigator sensors are no longer available in the US, so
> after 6
> years I had to get a Dex. I've got 3 Nav sensors left, so I spent the last
> 2
> weeks wearing both, just for kicks. Far from a controlled experiment, but
> my
> limited observations are that for the first 2 days, the Dex was
> significantly
> off. Navigator was off too from the fingersticks, which I started doing
> again a
> lot more than I have been for the last 6 years, but Dex was off more. At
> about
> day 2 1/2, Dex settled down and is now spot on. Navigator sensor lasted 10
> days,
> as usual, but Dex is still on 14 +. And it is very accurate.
>
>  I have a lot of other observations regarding one versus the other but
> does it
> really matter? Unless I move to Germany or Israel I don't think I'm going
> to be
> wearing a Navigator again anytime soon.
>
> But I am relieved that the Dex is accurate, at least after day 2.
>
> Buster in MD
> .
.
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