The GlucoNavii Blood Glucose Meter is a hand–held, easy-to-read meter storing up to 500 test results. A small droplet of blood will give you an accurate picture of your blood glucose level at the time of the test. Simply use the lancing device to prick your finger and add a drop of blood onto the test strip, and the GlucoNavii meter will show your result.
If you are based and delivering your order to an overseas address, please choose the GlucoNavii Blood Glucose Meter and Test Strips for non-UK customers.
In this blood glucose meter and test strips pack, you can find everything you need to start immediately testing your blood glucose at home.
The includes an upgraded meter from SD Biosensor, the top-selling SD Codefree Blood Glucose Meter maker. This new meter has all the benefits of the Codefree but boasts greater accuracy due to a wider haematocrit (HCT) range of 0-70% and GDH-FAD enzyme technology. This means that extremes do not impact the results in HCT or variations in oxygen concentration, respectively. The strips also require a much smaller blood volume of just 0.5uL, helping you avoid sore fingers.
The pack also exceeds the EN ISO 15197:2015 requirements for accuracy, with the convenience of a small (48mm x 90mm x 15mm) and lightweight (50g with battery) meter. Additionally, a carry case is included so you can take your Gluco Navii Meter with you anywhere.
From the drop-down menu, select whether you are a diabetic or not, then select your meter type and finish off with selecting the number of test strips you would like to go with your blood glucose meter starter pack.
Results from the blood glucose meter and strips are given in the UK standard measurement of mmol/L or the European standard mg/dL. You must select the correct meter for your country, as the meter is not interchangeable.
If you are unusure which to choose, you can check which measurement your country uses here.
From the drop-down menu, select whether you are a diabetic. Next, pick your meter type and finish by selecting the number of test strips you would like to go with your blood glucose meter starter pack.
As of July the 1st 2021 the rules on VAT for EU sales will be changing. For orders less than £135 (€150) we will display the total price inclusive of the VAT rate. For orders above this amount, you will not be charged VAT and you will be required to pay this when your goods arrive in your country. Read more on the new rules here.
You will receive everything you need to start managing your Diabetes at home, this includes:
This is the latest addition from SD Biosensor, makers of the SD Codefree. Since the launch of the SD Codefree in 2011, it has been one of the UK’s most popular blood glucose monitors. This is due to its unparalleled accuracy and the affordability of the replacement strips. We are now pleased to be able to offer this upgraded blood glucose meter and strips model from SD Biosensor, which has the following improvements:
In addition to the above, the blood glucose meter and strips also have the same benefits as the Codefree model:
Choose Home Health UK for your blood glucose meter and test strips, and enjoy our dedicated and knowledgeable customer service.
We personally evaluate every product we sell before listing it to ensure that we know exactly how it works. We have vast experience in using blood glucose meters and are happy to offer suggestions and advice seven days a week, three hundred and sixty-five days a year.
Look for more expert advice and information on diabetes in our comprehensive guide.
Find additional information on blood glucose monitoring with medical expertise from the NHS. Alternatively, you can utilise our information pages from Home Health UK and get in touch with our experienced team for further help and advice on our products.
If you are unsure if the GlucoNavii blood glucose meter and test strips pack is the right option, don’t hesitate to explore our wider collection available. We have a comprehensive range of blood glucose meters in our full diabetes management selection online now.
Instructions for the Gluco Navii Meter: GlucoNavii User Manual
Instructions for the Gluco Navii Test Strips: GlucoNavii Strip Insert
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