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ACCU-CHEK Aviva Blood Glucose Meter

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ACCU-CHEK Aviva Blood Glucose Meter + ACCU-CHEK Aviva Plus Mail Order Test Strips 50-Count Box + Accu,Chek Multiclix Lancets, 102 Count
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ACCU-CHEK Aviva Blood Glucose Meter - Test right the first time. Please note, additional components such as test strips, code key, control solution, lancing device and lancet drum are sold separately.

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  • Product Dimensions: 7.3 x 2.6 x 4.1 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001A67WH2
  • UPC: 066556228589 365702192102 365702102101
  • Item model number: 365702192102
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (113 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,750 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Great,easy to use.
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Modestly priced meters and strips which require very little blood.
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I would like to return it for a refund.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

140 of 142 people found the following review helpful By Gerald L. Rogers on August 24, 2009
I have been a Type 2 diabetic for the past 8 years. I have been through plenty of meters during this time. I started with the LifeScan One Touch meter. That was covered by my insurance carrier. But then I switched jobs and began going to the VA for my treatments. They use Accu-Chek products, so I had to change meters that I was uncomfortable with because it took took 45 seconds to read the results whereas the One Touch was a 5 second readout. When you're feeling hypoglycemic, time spent waiting for the results REALLY matters. I had been trying other meters in between, and then Accu-Chek came out with what I consider their best meter yet, the Aviva. It uses a very small amount of blood to conduct a test, and the lancing device that comes with it is something unlike any other device I have seen, the Multiclix. Lancets are stored in a drum, 6 at a time. You never have to touch another lancet. Never have to worry about accidentally sticking yourself when you're changing or discarding lancets.

This meter is lot more stylish than the Advantage. It is faster, more accurate, uses an infrared device to transmit testing information stored on a computer unlike the Advantage which needed a cable, and you can even customize the front face with a variety of "skins" that fits your personality or lifestyle.

The Aviva meter takes a giant step forward in technology for Roche, but the Multiclix Lancing Device steals the show. Even if you don't use an Accu-Chek meter, you owe it to yourself to switch to this outstanding lancing device. You even get 2 more lancets in the box rather than the standard 100 lancet package (17 drums - 6 lancets in each = 102). It's pain-free testing and you can even test yourself on your thigh if you want. Not too many other lancing devices can make that claim.
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131 of 135 people found the following review helpful By K Poyser on December 3, 2010
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I am just starting out testing my blood sugar levels on advice of my Dr. I bought this meter because it was highly rated for ease of use and pain free testing. These points are true, and this rating value is based on that ease of use and comfort. I read all of the reviews before purchasing and learned that I would need test strips and lancets to begin using the product, so I ordered those as well. However, this product is ONLY the meter, and you will need the multiclix device to use the lancets, and the control solutions to test your meter prior to use. This product can be purchased in a starter kit with the meter, multiclix device, starter lancets and an introduction dvd. Even with the kit you will still need test strips and the control solutions. I'm only stressing this point because it took me three orders to get everything I needed, and it was a hassle. I ended up with two meters because the kit which included the multiclix device was cheaper than buying the multiclix device separately! So, you live and learn, and you pass that knowledge on.
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51 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 14, 2014
As a family physician I cut my medical teeth on Boehringer-Mannheim's glucometers and then the Roche glucometers when the latter company acquired the former. I have long recommended them to my patients. No more! With the arrival of low cost competitor meters and low cost AND accurate BG strips, the pricing scam that the major players such as Abbot, Roche and Bayer have imposed on millions of diabetics has now become plain as day.

There is another important fact about the Accucheks pointed out by other reviewers. Because the coding chips are date coded that means that one cannot use strips beyond their expiration date. Common sense and plenty of anecdotal evidence (Google it) tells you that the strips can't be good on Monday and bad on Tuesday. This is not a small thing given the price of the strips and the income of many users.

Roche should be embarassed by this blatant and unnecessary corporate arrogance and built-in obsolescence. In any case they have very recently realized their marketing error because they have belatedly introduced the "black coding strip" which is free of a time stamp thus allowing the use of "expired" strips.

I would strongly suggest folks look at other meters such as the Agamatrix line of glucometers. (Yes the brand name is most unfortunate.). Modestly priced meters and strips which require very little blood. Accurate too. I'll not recommend to another patient a Roche meter because of their high strip prices and their raw chutzpah and would encourage others to look elsewhere.
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72 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Karyn on January 22, 2009
I was diagnosed with diabetes last year. I was given the Freestyle Lite monitor by my doctor. I liked it--it is smaller than the Accu-Chek but the lancet is comparatively more painful than the Multiclix lancet device that comes with the Accu-Chek. The main reason I switched is because the Accu-Chek was my insurance company's preferred meter and the copay for the strips was considerably less ($35 for 50 Freestyle Lite strips and $5 for 90 Accu-Chek strips). Both store readings and have alarms. Both require only a small amount of blood for testing, but I found that the Accu-Chek didn't seem to need as much as the Freestyle Lite. Also, the Freestyle lancet gave me little "wounds" from where I had tested, whereas the Accu-Chek did not, and--may I say it again?--the Multiclix was much more comfortable to obtain a sample--it was literally painless compared to Freestyle Lite.

Even if you don't change your meter you might want to just buy the Multiclix (sold separately also). You won't believe the difference!

There is "no coding" with the Freestyle Lite but there is with the Accu-Chek--that was no big deal at all doing that.

All in all, I prefer the Accu-Chek to the FreeStyle Lite. The FreeStyle is smaller, though, FYI.
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