FreeStyle Freedom Lite Meter

Brand Names: Abbott Diabetes

The FreeStyle Freedom Lite Blood Glucose Monitoring System has a larger display screen, making reading your results easy. No coding is required. Test results show up in 5 seconds. The FreeStyle Freedom Lite meter uses only FreeStyle Lite test strips. This meter also includes 4 programmable alarms, 14-day result average. To help avoid wasting test strips, you can add more blood to the strip for up to 60 seconds if you fail to get enough on the first try. The company also offers free data management software, called Co-Pilot, to help you download and track your glucose test results. As with most meters, the data cable is sold separately.

Community Rating: 4.3

(5 Reviews)
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FreeStyle Freedom Lite Meter Reviews

Small blood drop (comparing Accu-Chek Nano)
 

Pros: Small blood drop compared to my previous one with Accu-Chek Performa Nano Good trusted company, with innovations like Freestyle Libre etc

Cons: not widely available

Overall: Very good

By vensa
I like it.
 

Pros: Big display, easy to handle. Trusted manufacuring.

Cons: You have to buy the data cable seperatly.

Overall: I have compared the A1C average of the FFL meter to a labratory A1C. Very close results.

By Dan K.
free Style Lite
 

Pros: Small easy to use and is free through doctors and clinics

Cons: Test strips expensive but Free style has a card through them to help you pay only $15.00 a moth for your test strips.

Overall: The meter has been super for me and would reccommend this meter to others. easy to use and has free co pilot software but you have to buy cable to connect meter to computer. Overall great meter easy to use and has a good screen.

By eagle01
FreeStyle Freedom Lite Meter

Pros: Easy to use and was free thru the VA clinic...

Cons: The strips cost too much for the average person to buy without insurance helping. Have not been able to compare how it reads to another meter yet...

By Chopstix
FreeStyle Freedom Lite Meter

Pros: Easy to use and was free thru the VA clinic...

Cons: The strips cost too much for the average person to buy without insurance helping. Have not been able to compare how it reads to another meter yet...

By Chopstix