"Yeah - the 7+ receiver is horrible for getting stuff in it. We had a thread in there for awhile and now we have some weird piece of plastic or something hanging around in ours. So annoying. But that's what I was trying to say - there…"
"That seems like a bad internal design. There's no reason for a micro usb port to not be air tight. With the 7+ I never had the lint problem because it came with a case that worked well for me. I would only unzip it to charge or download data. I…"
"Reading thru the Dexcom discussions, I find that numerous people have had problems with the thing I call a "guide" -- which has frequently been called a "rail" -- breaking off. Since I'm going to call Dexcom tomorrow about…"
"The guide that keeps the G4's sliding door that covers the USB port in position broken off TWICE. First time I called DexCom and they sent me a replacement G4. The guide on my present one broke almost off today; it looks like it'll break…"
"I don't know what the point of the sliding door is. I know the manual says to keep it closed when not charging the device but it's not like it makes it waterproof. I've never had a sliding door on any other micro usb port device like…"
"the build quality of the case itself is not great, the data I get out of it is priceless. The second receiver they sent has held up relatively well except for a small chip in the door. But heck these parts are all plastic they're bound to…"
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