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Re: [IP] Cost of first meter...... and when (prior to 1985)

Liz Davis wrote:
> It was big and tan, required you to add blood, wait a minute, wipe,
> then wait another minute. The timing was all manual.  I still only buy
> watches with second hands. 
> I can't remember the make of it for the life of me.  It might have been an
> AccuCheck

Sounds like an Accuchek II to me -- my first one was an Accuchek III,
which also used the Chemstrips, and required the same timing and wiping.
I got it in 1991. I can't remember when I switched to Glucometer Elite
-- but it was so GREAT not having to do the wiping and timing!!!!

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