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Glucose Meter With Bluetooth

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    Bayer CONTOUR NEXT ONE Bluetooth Glucose Meter [1 pack]
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    Bayer


    List Price: $7.50
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    • Easy to use and most accurate meter yet
    • The ONE smart meter and app system to choose for many of your diabetes care needs.
    • Easy as red, yellow, and green with the new smartLIGHT feature
    • Immediate results on your Bluetooth-enabled smartphone or tablet
    • Second-Chance technology gives you 60 seconds to reapply blood to the same strip which can help prevent wasted strips

    iHealth Wireless Smart Glucometer for Apple and Android, Bluetooth Blood Glucose Meter And Monitoring System for Diabetes and Fitness, Comes With Lancing Device and 10 Lancets
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    iHealth


    List Price: $29.99
    Price: $29.99


    • Carry it with you: Our Glucometer is a pocket-sized blood glucose meter that fits in your purse, bag, or backpack. It comes with a compact traveling bag that can fit all of your testing necessities.
    • Bluetooth 3.0
    • FDA Approved, CE approved, and clinically validated with documentation, so you can rest assured the results are accurate and safe for you and your loved ones
    • Health App: All readings are stored in our secure and HIPAA compliant cloud and can be viewed online or on our free mobile app. Export results and send to your healthcare provider or family member..Rechargeable Battery: The iHealth Wireless Glucometer comes with a rechargeable battery, so you can charge on the go and not worry about the extra cost of batteries
    • Off/Online: The glucometer uses Bluetooth to sync your readings to our secure app. If not connected, you can read your blood sugar levels on the illuminated LED display. Test strips are not included.

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