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Freestyle discounts

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Beep = really enough?

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Higher Readings?

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Simple freestyle lite design!

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Lancet changing?

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Freestyle Lite Silicone Skins

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Walmart Re-lion Meter and the Precision Xtra

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Flash vs Freedom

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Freestlyle offer!

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Looking for CoPilot USB cable

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Glucose Sensing Tattoos.

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Clearing out all the data in a freestyle meter?

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Software for Freestyle

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Freestyle Flash vs Papillon Easy test strips

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Comment by BearBird85 on January 14, 2014 at 3:07am

Hello! The Insulinx is my primary meter in front of the Lite.

Comment by Michael_Weston on August 7, 2013 at 9:04pm

FreeStyle InsuLinx unlock code is CAA1C

Comment by Michael_Weston on August 7, 2013 at 8:37pm

Free Abbott FreeStyle Insulinx meter plus 50 InsuLinx test strips

Fill in the form from the link above and Abbott will (probably) send you a voucher for a free FreeStyle Insulinx meter, and a voucher for a free 50 count vial of InsuLinx test strips.

Comment by Richard157 on April 20, 2012 at 8:07am

Thanks for the post about the Insulinx. My pump calculates insulin dosages, so I will stick with the FreeStyle Lite meter. When I am out of strips I have been using Walmart's Relion meters until the next shipment of FreeStyle strips arrive. The newer Relion have consistently been giving me higher readings than my FreeStyle, when my BG is over 100. The higher my BG, the bigger the point spread! I have stopped using Relion. I am going to start ordering additional FreeStyle strips online at the following link. They will fill the gap until my next shipments arrive. I have not ordered from this site before, but the prices are great. I hope there are no problems ordering from them.

http://www.diabeteswholesale.com

Comment by Emmy on April 19, 2012 at 8:19pm

Freestyle has a new meter the Insulinx coming out soon in Europe and Canada. I've started a separate group for those interested.

Its called the Insulinx, and it not only checks your blood sugar, but can help calculate your insulin dose for your next meal. (I'd love to get one).

If you're on mealtime insulins and interested in learning more, you can join the discussion at the new group:
http://www.tudiabetes.org/group/freestyle-insulinx-glucometer"

Comment by MarysMom on November 7, 2011 at 2:08pm
I love freestyle meters the best. Unfortunatly my daughters new insurance wont cover the test strips, we are back to the One touch. One touch is OK, but you need too much blood compared to the new freestyle test strips.

Also, I get up quite a bit during the night to check my daughter's BG's and I could not do without the little flash light on her freestyle light meter!!! I will be buying the test strips out of pocket from time to time because to me it's worth it!
Comment by Janice on May 25, 2011 at 6:58am
I often have wondered why this didn't already exist.
Comment by Jake on May 24, 2011 at 9:16pm
Comment by Jake on November 3, 2010 at 12:42pm
Wimpy=weak. The lighting on the Flash meter was better than the Lite...
Esp the strip light!
Comment by Luca Bertagnolio on October 19, 2010 at 6:15pm
Why do you say "wimpy"? I think it's a useful feature when checking BG at night, or in a low light situation. This is why I use a Lite as my primary meter, and a normal FreeStyle as backup in case of failure.
 

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