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RE: [IPk] Free Contour Meter offer



Thanks for that Rich,

Now all we want is for it to measure Blood Ketones and we're laughing.

Regards,

Tom

On Fri, 2008-06-06 at 08:14 -0700, Rich Hickey wrote:
 > To tell you the truth I haven't noticed any change in battery life either
way.
 > Since the meter either transmits or doesn't, depending on the model, I
imagine
> it's battery life is effected some, but it's not enough to notice really. I
> think the battery in my BD meter lasted 6 months or so at least. I can only
> remember trying to chase down the funky watch style battery a couple of
> times.
> 
> As for the pump, I didn't notice any change at all in battery life. It's not
 > enough to stand out at least. With the way I use my pump I normally get
almost
> a month or so per battery. Which, if I remember correctly is about what I was
> getting when I was using the BD wireless meter.
 > Not a very scientific answer, but, it is observational. The difference
between
> using a wireless meter and not, in regards to battery life of the pump, falls
> into the background noise category. It just doesn't make a big enough
> difference to stand out. Rich
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