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Old 07-05-2017, 03:54 AM
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Default UK Meter and test strips available

I have a OneTouch UltraEasy meter plus 500 test strips (with dates into 2018) plus two lancet devices and some lancets available free to anyone who would like them.

I am in the UK but am happy to send to the US. I don't know if the test strips would work in a US OneTouch meter.

The meter reads only in mmol/L and you can't alter it to mg/dL (though you can multiply the number by 18.2 to get an equivalent mg/dL number).

This version of the One Touch is no longer available and so test strips will eventually become unavailable I expect - this is why I stock-piled so many!

Let me know if you are interested in any of this. I can split them up if required.

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Eddie - Lab x golden retriever. Weighed 63lbs. Ate Canagan. Diagnosed October 2012. 13units of Caninsulin twice a day. Had EPI as well as diabetes. Died 20 June 2017. Loved forever.
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