Re: [IPk] Bayer Contour Link v Accu-chek Compact
The Bayer ones have a disk which doesn't make any noise, it's mechanical
rather than electrical to advance the strips, and although occasionally
one strip might get stuck, you can just open it up and sort it out, or
advance to the next strip.
Fiona Hunt wrote:
> Sorry to interrupt but I used to use one with a cylinder of strips and didn't
> like them either - firstly the noisy whirr and secondly if something went
> it sometimes meant the whole of the rest of the cylinder could not be used -
> what a waste!
> Type 1; Dx Nov 1993, pumping Paradigm 522 since Mar 2007; previously MDI
> -----Original Message-----
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> Diana Maynard
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> Subject: Re: [IPk] Bayer Contour Link v Accu-chek Compact
> What don't you like about them?
> Jackie Jacombs wrote:
> > Am I the only one who doesnt really like the disc meters and prefers the
>> with strips. We couldn't get on with one we had some years ago. Perhaps the
>> new ones are better?!
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