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TRUEResult Blood Glucose Starter Kit

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  • 0.5 microliter sample size
  • Results as fast a 4 seconds
  • Alternate site testing
  • 500 test memory
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TRUEResult Blood Glucose Starter Kit + TRUEtest Test Strips, 100 Count + BD Ultra-Fine 33 Gauge Lancets - 100 Count Box
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Product Description

Our most advanced system, TRUEresult delivers nothing less than outstanding performance. TRUEresult requires NO CODING a tiny blood sample, provides fast results in as fast as 4 seconds, and is very easy to use. Its ease and convenience makes it the ideal meter for the moderate to frequent tester with an active, on-the-go lifestyle. For Use with TRUEtest test strips.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 5 x 5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B002CGT08S
  • UPC: 021292002602
  • Item model number: 56151124001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (182 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #796 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

This works very well, its fast and easy.
Now I knew that one of them was wrong and based on the way I felt you can guess which way I was leaning.
Mark D. Perry
This is the meter with the most affordable test strips!
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201 of 206 people found the following review helpful By DD on April 9, 2011
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True Result Blood Glucose Starter kit consists of
1. Glucose Meter
2. 10-starter lancets ( needles )
3. 1-Lancing device for piercing with 5-7 depth positions to adjust for your skin thickness, supports finger and arm position.
4. Control Solution-1 (its artificial blood sample with certain glucose in it to check strips)
5. 10-starter test strips
6. Product manual and accessory bag.

I ordered it online and it was good deal but guess what you get what you pay. The starter kit has expiry date on it. The online merchant shop4diabetics shipped me expired starter kit box. Expiry : Dec 2010, Sold in Apr 2011. ( over 4 months past expiry)

What does expiry really mean.
- Yes the glucose meter will still work
- You should not use control solution as it is most likely expired
- you should not use 10-starter test strips ( order seperate test strips from bargain_otc they sold me un-expired test strips )

I was wondering what happens if you use expired test-strips (less than 6 months after expiry)
- well it passed control test with expired control solution (glucose control)
- I got expected glucose count when testing with real blood.

Bottom line TrueResult aand TrueTest is the best Glucose testing after researching and trying it.

Quick Comparision with other products:
TrueResult or True2go uses only 0.5 micro liter of blood, yes tiny droplet. Prior to that my doctor gifted me one-touch and i never used it as it requires 1 micro liter of blood. Some of you may say it does not matter , I would say this matters if you have to use same finger several times in week or month, small hole in skin heals faster.
Cost comparision: TrueTest strips are lowest cost I found without any discount and most advanced technology compared to others.
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91 of 95 people found the following review helpful By Sheba on July 24, 2011
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I purchased the Trueresult meter as a second meter because I was looking for a meter that took the smallest blood sample for alternate site testing. I was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes in the beginning of May so I have not been taking samples long. One thing I am tired of the pain from pricking my finger tips. Even though I have been using the One Touch Delica lancer with the smallest diameter needle, it still hurts. Using alternate sites like palm or forearm it was difficult to get 1 microliter drop. The Trueresult meter only requires .5 microliter drop which I can get easily using Accu-chek Multiclix lancer with the tip for alternate site testing. Compared to the One Touch Ultra 2 meter I had been using, I get virtually the same results with a smaller blood sample. The Ultra 2 meter did seem to have more options for how to save data, but I don't need that because I have an app for my Droid X phone that saves my blood glucose level readings.

My starter kit did not include glucose control solution. I had to order it separately. The test strips that were included had not expired and were still good.

I highly recommend this meter if you are like me and want to do pain free testing and need a meter that will work with a smaller blood sample than most of the meters on the market. The only downside to this meter is that you will need to purchase test strips and glucose control solution online as most brick and mortar pharmacies do not carry this brand of meter or supplies.
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44 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Brittany D on December 16, 2011
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I'm more than happy with my new blood glucose meter. It is fast and seems reliable. The strips are quite inexpensive compared to more popular brands such as OneTouch. I've been comparing my results to my OneTouch UltraMini and it's pretty much right-on. So I feel good using it, while saving money.

It does seem a little slower for the blood to go into the strip but just keep holding it to the drop until you here a beep and it'll provide an accurate result. I like the lancing device and lancets better than the One Touch Delica lancing device and lancets. It's easier to hold onto and doesn't hurt as much. I couldn't find the True lancets on amazon but I know that I can get them at any CVS or Wallgreens. So once I finish my old box of One Touch soft lancets (which are pretty much the same shape as the ones that came with this meter) I'll buy the True lancets at CVS.

Overall great price for the meter here on amazon. Fast shipping!
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81 of 88 people found the following review helpful By Royster on September 6, 2012
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This "starter kit" is very attractively priced, at least on Amazon, but beware that it is an incomplete kit, and to properly complete it will cost considerably more. Why? The instructions make very clear that the accuracy of the kit should be verified before the first use via two "control" tests, using at least two different types of control solutions and two test strips. No control solution is included with the kit. Searching on Amazon, the control solutions are not easy to find and, when they are found, each of the two control solutions, by itself, is about twice the price of the entire starter kit alone. Would it have killed the manufacturer to enclose a few drops of control solution, to make this kit fully usable? I used it anyway, and the readings seem about right, but I won't know for sure until I spring for the control solutions. Maybe that's the point....

Also, I couldn't find any information, anywhere, about the recommended diameter of the lancets used to draw blood (only 10 are provided with the kit) Shouldn't that be an important consideration when reordering supplies? (The brand of lancets supplied with the kit is nowhere to be found, even on Amazon, so simply reordering that is out of the question.)
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