The GlucoNavii Blood Glucose Meter is a compact hand held easy to ready meter, storing up to 500 test results. With a small droplet of blood it will give you an accurate picture of your blood glucose level at the time of the test. Simply be using the lancing device to prick your finger, add a drop of blood onto the test strip, the GlucoNavii meter will show your result.
You will receive everything you need to start testing your blood glucose:
Blood Glucose Meter (you choose whether you want it in the UK standard mmol/L or the US standard mg/dL)
This is the latest addition from SD Biosensor, makers of the SD Codefree. Since we launched the SD Codefree in 2011, it has been one of the most popular blood glucose meters in the UK, due to its accuracy combined with the affordability of the replacement strips. We are now pleased to be able to offer this upgraded model from SD Biosensor, which has the following improvements:
In addition to the above, it also has the same benefits as the Codefree:
Dedicated and knowledgeable customer service. We at Home Health UK personally evaluate every product we sell prior to listing it to ensure that we know exactly how it works. We have vast experience in using blood glucose meters in particular and are happy to offer suggestions and advice 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
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