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Re: [IP] I'll have to R.T.F.M.



I have to agree.  I like the 'lightness' of the 2032, but they are hard to
find sometimes.  The AAA will be easier to replace.  Now, I won der how long
they will last.  My CGMS is reducing my battery life a little, but I still
get a lot of use out of them.  Cynthia

On 5/1/08, Elizabeth Blake <email @ redacted> wrote:
>
> --- On Thu, 5/1/08, Stephen Golden <email @ redacted> wrote:
>
> > It does take AAA batteries. I think this is much better
> > than the button
> > batteries so if your batteries go dead you can get them
> > anywhere.
>
> I like the AAA batteries, even if they do add some bulk & weight to the
> meter.
> I thought the Ultra2 also used AAA, but that uses 2 of the CR2032 (I
> think...)
> button batteries. The Mini uses one. Those are easy enough to find in big
> stores
> but they are more expensive than AAA.
>
>
> --
> Liz
> Type 1 dx 4/1987
> Minimed 715 5/2005
>
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