FREE TEE2 Blood Glucose Meter
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FREE TEE2 Blood Glucose Meter

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Found 31st Jan 2016
TEE2 blood glucose meters are accurate to the latest standards while providing real value for money. Suitable for people with uncomplicated Type 2 diabetes including those on insulin, TEE2 blood glucose meters have a three step test process and require no coding making them simple to use and possible.

A reliable, easy to use meter with independent published ISO data exceeding ISO15197:2013 standards for accuracy1

Key Features:

500 Memory (meets current DVLA guidance)
Auto-coding – minimising errors
Clear large screen
Accuracy 99% (Independent published accuracy data to ISO 15197:2013)
Small blood sample size
Rapid test reults
1,7,14,30,90 day averages
Post meal flagging
USB cable and software available from customer support line, for download to PC
Options for alternative site testing
Beep sound on/off function and while testing
Uses TEE2 Strips which have a 2 year shelf life from the date of manufacture
Simple and easy to use
Customer support line, freephone 24/7 – 0800 881 5423
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Original Poster
50 TEE2 Test Strips are £7.75
http://spirit-healthcare.co.uk/product/tee2-testing-strips/

CareSens 28G lancets

100 Sterile single use 28G lancets compatible with most available lancing devices £3.99

spirit-healthcare.co.uk/pro…8g/
Unfortunately, stocks of these meters will probably get wiped out as scores of non-diabetic HUKDers try to get a free meter to sell on eBay for a few easy quid.

Shameful, but always seems to be the case with these kinds of deals.
Original Poster
cb-uk

Unfortunately, stocks of these meters will probably get wiped out as … Unfortunately, stocks of these meters will probably get wiped out as scores of non-diabetic HUKDers try to get a free meter to sell on eBay for a few easy quid.Shameful, but always seems to be the case with these kinds of deals.



I really hope that isn't the case
Thanks OP
Heat added, but fortunately I don't need one
I dont really understand who this is useful for?
If you are diabetic you will be given a good meter free from the NHS, Like this, and free lancets and test strips to go with it for as long as you need them.
If you get this machine you will need to buy your own strips after the few that come with it run out.
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RealDash

I dont really understand who this is useful for? If you are diabetic you … I dont really understand who this is useful for? If you are diabetic you will be given a good meter free from the NHS, Like this, and free lancets and test strips to go with it for as long as you need them.If you get this machine you will need to buy your own strips after the few that come with it run out.



I don't think all type 2 diabetics are routinely given metres.

Some may find this deal useful if they want to keep an eye on there blood sugar levels between routine blood tests.

If they find the machine useful then they could request the lancet and strips on prescription.
RealDash

I dont really understand who this is useful for? If you are diabetic you … I dont really understand who this is useful for? If you are diabetic you will be given a good meter free from the NHS, Like this, and free lancets and test strips to go with it for as long as you need them.If you get this machine you will need to buy your own strips after the few that come with it run out.



All meters are not the same and they don't suit all types of people so sometimes for diabetics to try a free meter that might be easier to use than their current one is really helpful. Heat added op good deal for those who need it.
Heat.
only the genuine diabetics should order.
Coffee100

Heat. only the genuine diabetics should order.



Why? What about people who are obese, have diabetes in their families, have other conditions predisposing them to diabetes or even those with impaired glucose tolerance (precursor to diabetes)?

These devices cost very little and, personally, I applaud anyone who wants to keep an eye on their BMs. It's all part of taking responsibility for one's health. Primary prevention is always better than treating a disease process that has already begun.

Obviously people cynically ordering several to resell are pretty low and should feel ashamed.
Thanks just ordered for my mum who is type 2 diabetic
cannibalwombat

Why? What about people who are obese, have diabetes in their families, … Why? What about people who are obese, have diabetes in their families, have other conditions predisposing them to diabetes or even those with impaired glucose tolerance (precursor to diabetes)? These devices cost very little and, personally, I applaud anyone who wants to keep an eye on their BMs. It's all part of taking responsibility for one's health. Primary prevention is always better than treating a disease process that has already begun. Obviously people cynically ordering several to resell are pretty low and should feel ashamed.


Yes, I agree - for people who have genuine medical needs, rather than those trying to resell and make money.
All the evidence suggests that if you are Type 2 and test or don't test has no impact on your diabetes progression. People who do test may be prone to developing anxiety.:{
Heat.

Ive been a type 1 for almost 40 years, and have tried many blood glucose machines in that time, the first, being literally the size of a house brick.
Things have changed so much in this time space, whats available now in such small sizes is amazing.

T1 Diabetics can get (almost) any blood glucose monitor free of charge (that has been approved for the UK market), the market for selling blood glucose monitors here in the uk privately, is miniscule, for anyone claiming these and trying to sell on ebay, shame on you, for the sake of a few quid, you disgust me.

Those who actually NEED these may have to go without because of your greed, appauling behaviour imo.

(rant over).
sunnyhot

All the evidence suggests that if you are Type 2 and test or don't test … All the evidence suggests that if you are Type 2 and test or don't test has no impact on your diabetes progression. People who do test may be prone to developing anxiety.:{



Exercise and determination reduced sugar levels and effectively 'reverses' the need for meds. The only way to successfully monitor the success and stay off meds is to use as machine - as I do and I've been off meds for a year. Within a machine, how would I monitor my blood sugars?
Being a type 1 diabetic, this would be good as a spare, but you should only use 1 machine at a time
thanks OP!! just ordered for my dad who is type 2 diabetic
cb-uk

Unfortunately, stocks of these meters will probably get wiped out as … Unfortunately, stocks of these meters will probably get wiped out as scores of non-diabetic HUKDers try to get a free meter to sell on eBay for a few easy quid.Shameful, but always seems to be the case with these kinds of deals.



True. I almost think the deal should be removed to stop the inevitable vultures descending.
RealDash

I dont really understand who this is useful for? If you are diabetic you … I dont really understand who this is useful for? If you are diabetic you will be given a good meter free from the NHS, Like this, and free lancets and test strips to go with it for as long as you need them.If you get this machine you will need to buy your own strips after the few that come with it run out.



My mum has recently been diagnosed as diabetic and hasn't been given one. They actually told her to buy one to keen an eye on her levels.

Thanks OP. Just managed to order one
I have ordered for my mum also. thanks op
Thanks ordered
Thanks, just ordered for the mum in law,nice one!
Banned
RealDash

I dont really understand who this is useful for? If you are diabetic you … I dont really understand who this is useful for? If you are diabetic you will be given a good meter free from the NHS, Like this, and free lancets and test strips to go with it for as long as you need them.If you get this machine you will need to buy your own strips after the few that come with it run out.




Order it, use the strips etc just to see how your sugar levels are and when they are high or low (try it before andafter eating sweet foods tis quite interesting what goes on in your body) then take out the batteries which are usually branded ones and chuck the meter!

OK screw the environment FREE BATTERIES and track marks on your arms like a smack head!
Heat. Fortunately I don't require one so won't be getting, Completely agree with the above comments that I hope this is one deal that is not abused, and the people who genuinely require one manage to get it.
Graham1979 you dont use these on an arm. you use them on a finger. And not everyone gets them from the doctor. They dont tell everyone about them. I got mine because I ASKED for one. And I got it from the NURSE, not the Doctor.
Boyf has Type 1 and was carrying around an old brick for ages, but has had the Accu Chek mobile for a year and a half thanks to HUKD. He thinks it's the best meter he's ever had, easy to use, carry and pretty accurate.

Not sure why this is Type 2 only, maybe the company manufacturing them see a gap in the market as Type 2 sufferers tend not to get free meters, etc, whereas Type 1 patients do. Maybe offering the free meters is a way of generating income for the strips, lancets, etc.
Ordered one as I have diabetes in the family. When I was at the GP last he flat refused to do a blood test for cholesterol/diabetes as they don't do this routinely until over 40 (i'm shy a couple of years) and unless one feels unwell.

Thanks. Diagnosed with type 2 diabetes just before the turn of the year. Still learning about it and although I am not on medication for it or been given a machine, I think this will be handy to keep an eye on things.
RealDash

I dont really understand who this is useful for? If you are diabetic you … I dont really understand who this is useful for? If you are diabetic you will be given a good meter free from the NHS, Like this, and free lancets and test strips to go with it for as long as you need them.If you get this machine you will need to buy your own strips after the few that come with it run out.

I can't speak for everyone but I can tell you I'm getting one as diabetes is common in my family (both type 1 and 2) so I'm getting this to keep an eye on my blood glucose levels so that if I am affected by diabetes later in life I will be able to notice it and deal with it quickly.
Original Poster
Are people also remembering to order the lances and strips in order to be able to use the machine?
cb-uk

Unfortunately, stocks of these meters will probably get wiped out as … Unfortunately, stocks of these meters will probably get wiped out as scores of non-diabetic HUKDers try to get a free meter to sell on eBay for a few easy quid.Shameful, but always seems to be the case with these kinds of deals.



I hope not too..
They make money on the accessories, they dont care who orders them as long as they get used, the more machines on the market the more spirit health care make, as more lancets get purchased or given free by the NHS
are strips included?
I think one touch ultra mobile meter is best as it is all in one and less parts to carry.
Heat, don't need one, wont order
sunnyhot

All the evidence suggests that if you are Type 2 and test or don't test … All the evidence suggests that if you are Type 2 and test or don't test has no impact on your diabetes progression. People who do test may be prone to developing anxiety.:{

if does not make too much difference as you know your own body but in order to keep your driving license you need to test everytime you get in to drive.it is one of the rules the dva has in order to keep driving, also your insurance company might want to know the results if you were to have an accident (not usually).if you have a hypo you need to declare that as well as getting a medical done every couple of years depending on past events and records being kept.also your diabetic nurse will want to see your records roughly every 6-12 months.
jamieb193

My mum has recently been diagnosed as diabetic and hasn't been given one. … My mum has recently been diagnosed as diabetic and hasn't been given one. They actually told her to buy one to keen an eye on her levels. Thanks OP. Just managed to order one



diabetes.co.uk/pro…777
louiselouise

Boyf has Type 1 and was carrying around an old brick for ages, but has … Boyf has Type 1 and was carrying around an old brick for ages, but has had the Accu Chek mobile for a year and a half thanks to HUKD. He thinks it's the best meter he's ever had, easy to use, carry and pretty accurate.Not sure why this is Type 2 only, maybe the company manufacturing them see a gap in the market as Type 2 sufferers tend not to get free meters, etc, whereas Type 1 patients do. Maybe offering the free meters is a way of generating income for the strips, lancets, etc.



diabetes.co.uk/pro…777
sach1636

I think one touch ultra mobile meter is best as it is all in one and less … I think one touch ultra mobile meter is best as it is all in one and less parts to carry.



diabetes.co.uk/pro…777
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