I have only had one meter and was recently contacted by One Touch for a free Ultra Mini meter. It came with different lancets than I was used to and I was pleasantly surprised how much easier testing is. I was tired of having my fingers hurt every time I tested with my old meter and lancets. This one is great.
I suspect that a meter's longevity has a lot to do with how many times you test each day and how well you take care of it. Do you shop for meters and look for specific features or merely accept what the insurance company provides?
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