What Are the Best Glucose Meters on the Market?

When it comes to the very best glucose meters on the market, you want devices that are easy to use, give you lots of options and yet are small enough for you to bring with you. The last thing you want is some oversized equipment that just isn’t going to work right. Of course, there are dozens of different product options out there, which is exactly why you need to know what to look for and what hardware provides the best, most accurate readings and ensures you always know exactly what your glucose levels are. Some people are partial to the FreeStyle diabetes test systems, while others swear by Accu-chek Aviva and the Aviva test strips that go with it.

OneTouch Ultra2
This device, which costs $70, is excellent to use and is rather small. Plus, it has a good amount of memory storage so you can monitor your glucose throughout an extended period of time. This ensures you can always stay on top of your health and what is taking place with your diabetes. 

OneTouch UltraMini

Sometimes you just want something that you can slip into your pocket and is really easy to use. You don’t always need to have your month’s readings on one device, so when you are running out and will be gone for the day and don’t want to be bogged down with larger, heavier devices, the OneTouch UltraMini is an excellent option. It’s incredibly simple to use and for only $20, you don’t pay that much to start.

Bayer Contour
The Bayer Contour costs $65 and is rather easy to use and can fit right into your pocket. It is in a nice medium range of price tag, as it does not cost the $80 or upwards as some of the other products, yet it has more features than the $20 option. It also has some of the best reviews out of all of the different options out there, and you have different connection locations for testing, ranging from your fingertip to your palm, forearm, thigh or abdomen, depending on what you are more comfortable with.

ReliON Micro
Here is another inexpensive glucose meter that is going to cost around $20. It is one of the easiest readers to use and it doesn’t come with the higher price tag like the other options. It doesn’t have the kind of memory, but it doesn’t require any sort of coding either, which makes it easy to read and understand when you need to make a reading on the fly.
Prodigy Voice Meter

The meter is going to cost you about $75, but this is a nice feature if you struggle with your eyesight. Sometimes the screens on the devices can be incredible difficult to see, even for those who have average eyesight. The Prodigy Voice Meter is an option that actually reads the reading back to you when you request it (through the simple press of a button). This way, you can read the information on the screen when you want to, or simply press the button on the side when you feel comfortable about requesting it and don’t have others around, listening. It is every bit as accurate as long-term Prodigy auto code fans have come to expect.

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