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  1. Kathy
    Kathy June 6, 2008 at 8:37 am | | Reply

    Wow, glad to know people are having so much fun with all these cartoons and gadgets…not one word about a cure in there.

    Sorry, had a bad night & feel a little grumpy today…

  2. tmana
    tmana June 6, 2008 at 10:43 am | | Reply

    Just took a look at the Wavesense site: the “improved safety feature” is a “test strip ejector” which works similarly to used-lancet ejectors.

    An interesting item on both the Pro and the Presto is that they are able to do graphical analysis on-meter.

    I had been thinking about trying out the Wavesense… now I think I’d rather try the Wavesense Pro…

  3. Brent
    Brent June 6, 2008 at 12:08 pm | | Reply

    Why doesn’t WaveSense marry their product to the Pelikan lancing device? Then we’d have the best of both worlds: better accuracy and less pain and finger damage.

  4. jadesr
    jadesr June 6, 2008 at 9:00 pm | | Reply

    Ok, less expensive meter=good. But the real issue is the cost of the test strips, which I assume are just as spendy as ever since they are not mentioned.

  5. Ellen Gaffney
    Ellen Gaffney June 13, 2008 at 6:44 am | | Reply

    I just recieved the Wavesense Keynote blood glucose machine, it is fantastic and the strips cost 18.00 for a box of 50 strips. The company is great. I was looking for a new meter, I calleed my diabetes supply DME and asked if they had the machine and strips they said that they had the strips not the machine. I told this to Wavesense. they sent me out a new machineand I am loving it .

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