I'm British so I just get 'High' or 'Low'. I think my meter goes as high as 33 and as low as 1.1 so I've been above/below that but I can't really be sure. It would sure be interesting to know.
927 at DX in ER
and 42 for the low
High: HIGH (guess i had one of those meters)
Low : 20-something
My son, High 697 at diagnosis. Low - LO (below 20)
My Daughter HIGH (above 500) Low 45
High - 475
Low - 12 (still coherent, but had a hard time seeing to take my test)
Have never needed an ER or passed out (knock on wood).
High ... 630+ (meter read to that high and then just read HI!)
Low... 28.. yes things got a little blurry at this point...
High = over 600 but meter only reads to 600
low = 27 and I was running.
High 742, I think I have been higher, but I refused to test for over 15 years.
Low 16, Not feeling a thing, I was later told this number occurred
high: 451 (tho I seem to recall a # in the 500s, but my boyfriend says no)
No idea on high as over 540 it goes HI, but it's been up there.
Low wise was 16 after a bike ride...so a tad low :P
High in the 600's Low 27 (at least that's what is was after I came to and could check.
HIGH: 444 (When I was diagnosed three years ago!).
LOW: All the meter said was "Low" and I was shaking and sweating...I ran and got some glucose tabs really fast. The lowest the meter did actually read was 25!