Hi guys, I'm a New Zealander who spent seven years living in the U.K and have been back in NZ for two years now.

Just wondering if any of you have had a chance to check out the new Accu-chek combo pump and if you've got any feedback on it? It's coming here later in the year and I'm thinking it could be a strong contender.

https://www.accu-chek.co.uk/gb/products/insulinpumps/combo.html

Cheers
Nic

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Hi Nic
Yes aren't they kind!! The NHS does have its plus points and i think that we are lucky to have free prescriptions for everything.

Thanks for your reply Donna, just waiting now for delivery of the pump, loads of questions keeping popping up!
Hi Jan, as you can tell by my username, I love the Combo! It's so easy to use once you have the settings put in at the hospital. test your blood, enter the carbs and if there's any excercise or whatever needed at the time. Then you just deliver! Soooo easy it has changed my life. I had another brand before and the customer service from Roche had been much much better. You'll love it! If you've any questions I'd be happy to help. Good luck!!
I am so waiting for this in the US!...
I like the Spirit, but its kinda like the black sheep of the pump market with integration and stuff..
It has arrived here in NZ and by all accounts it's a great pump - I have a different pump now though - but next time!
I've got one :) starting it on monday :) so far, as I'm playing with it, it seems pretty awesome :)

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