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Tiniboy 36 Gauge Lancets - Box of 100

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  • 36 Gauge: Tiniboy lancets are the thinnest available, less than 1/3 the diameter of other lancets.
  • 0.70 mm in length: Tiniboy lancets are the shortest available, less than 1/3 the length of other lancets.
  • Reliable: Tiniboy lancets produce enough blood for modern glucose measurement devices.
  • Compatible: Tiniboy lancets are standard sized and compatible with most lancing devices.
  • Proven to be less painful: In clinical trials with diabetic patients, 97% of subjects reported less pain with Tiniboy lancets.
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The world's thinnest and shortest diabetic lancets Make painful blood glucose testing a thing of the past! Utilizing a patent-pending design breakthrough, Tiniboy lancets are by far the smallest lancets available for painfree blood glucose testing. Using a 36 gauge needle, Tiniboy lancets are less than 1/3 the length and diameter of other lancets, while maintaining durability and reliability of blood draw. The end result is a less intimidating and virtually painless lancet, ideal for diabetic adults and kids alike! Tiniboy lancets are compatible with most lancing devices, including: - Soft Touch and Soft Touch II - BD Lancing Device - OneTouch UltraSoft - FreeStyle - Microlet and Microlet 2 - Vaculance - auto-Lancet - Penlet Plus and Penlet II

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 3 x 3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B003X00ZWW
  • UPC: 649241909538
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #79,831 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

Hope this helps!
teach130
I even asked if they have a prefered lancing device that works consistently.
kklodt
These produced more than enough blood, and I didn't even feel a thing!
Jason Yang

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By makalive45 on July 23, 2010
My father has had type 2 diabetes for about 10 years now and he's tried pretty much every lancet under the sun. Although he became accustomed to the pain from the needles over time, I can definitely see how they have taken a toll on his body. His fingertips started to become calloused and raw from the length and thickness of the lancets he was using -- especially ones from BD (he used the "Ultra Fine" ones for a few weeks and within that period, his fingertips became so abnormally calloused that my dad stopped using them immediately).

A few months ago, I googled for more information on diabetes, and I read a messageboard on these new Tiniboy lancets that were supposedly the thinnest and most painless lancets on the market. First, I was a little wary of the name because it sounds like it's for children and I had my doubts that it would be strong enough for my 58 year old dad. After going on their website and doing a little more research, I decided just to order a box so that my dad could try them out. All I have to say is: WOW. My dad actually called me while I was at work to thank me for them, because he'd never used lancets before that were as comfortable to use as Tiniboy's. He said that the blood that he got from each draw was just as sufficient as all the other brands he's tried, but that it didn't leave any marks and he pretty much felt no pain. I tested it out of curiosity and it felt like a gentle pinch.

We just bought another box and I'm pretty sure that we'll never have to try any other brands again.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Bernard Farrell VINE VOICE on August 26, 2010
I post a review on my blog at [...] with pictures comparing these lancets to other common brands (see my picture in the customer images). The Tiniboy lancets are almost invisible, and a lot less painful to use. I'm going to try them out exclusively for a while and see how my fingers feel after a few weeks.

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Chelsea on July 30, 2010
An absolute godsend! Tiniboy lancets are really painless and produce enough for an accurate sample. I *highly* recommend this product.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jason Yang on July 23, 2010
When I first got these, I couldn't even see the needle without my glasses. I didn't believe that these would produce any blood from my calloused fingers. Boy, was I wrong. These produced more than enough blood, and I didn't even feel a thing! I'm only using my Tiniboy's from now on.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By teach130 on May 23, 2011
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My 7 year old daughter was recently diagnosed with Juvenille diabetes. We test her 10-15 times each day and night. Anything I can do as a parent to lessen the discomfort she feels with this disease is a gift. Occasionally I will have to use more than 1 tiniboy because the first attempt doesn't draw blood, but because it doesn't hurt her, she doesn't care. I do suggest getting a meter that uses a small sample size as we were not able to draw enough blood to use our One Touch meter with these. However, when we switched to the Free Style Lite we had no problems. Please note these lancets WILL NOT fit into the One Touch Delica lancet. We use the lancet that comes with the Free Style Lite. I increase the depth to "4" as these needles are so tiny. Hope this helps!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Roger Wehling on June 9, 2012
I too after reading after reading David Mendosa's comments placed an online order and can tell you they are as good as Mr. Mendosa states. All I can say is Thank You. You have to try them once then you will not change back to any other lancet.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Miguel on May 23, 2014
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My son (who's 10 by now), was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes since he was 18 months old. At that time, we started using 30 gauge lancets from a very renowned company in this market. I won't say their name but I will give you a clue (Bravo & Delta), to help you figure it out. Then we stepped up to their 33 gauge lancets as they claimed (and still claim) that there are no thinner lancets on the market than theirs. I can't say that they were more comfortable for him. I guess less painful is a more acceptable statement. Then a few years ago a friend of mine told me about tiniBoy. He was using them already and he was very pleased with their performance. He immediately gave me some samples to test them. I just couldn't believe how thin and short they were. As we both work on a Medical Device company, I went to our lab and took a better look at them using a microscope. I was amazed with their size. I went home and did some research at their website and I had to admit that I even search info about their creator: Dr. Stanley Kim. I was stunned about the simplicity and ready-witted of his concept: "make a less intimidating and virtually pain free lancet". As you may know, not only the needle's gauge can make you feel "intimidated" but also its length too. I then took my son's lancet device, inserted a tiniBoy lancet on it and hit a shot on my finger. The way I can describe my experience is something like when you get bitten by a mosquito. You can feel the mosquito but not the sting, what you really feel is the toxin they leave in you after they suck your blood. Well, it is almost the same here. I do felt an impact but not the needle. Not even that delayed-pain sensation you usually get with the other lancets out there, even with the 33's.Read more ›
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