Accu-Chek Aviva Plus
Accu-Chek Aviva Plus

Best glucometer

The Accu-Chek Aviva Plus blood glucose meter receives top ratings for its accuracy in several clinical reviews and has an excellent reputation with consumers too. It requires an 0.6 microliter blood sample, returns results in 5 seconds, and has forgiving features that include touchable test strips, four programmable reminder alarms, a 500-reading memory and several averaging options.
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ReliOn Confirm
ReliOn Confirm

Best cheap blood glucose meter

The ReliOn Confirm blood glucose meter combines inexpensive test strips with very good accuracy ratings, a tiny 0.3-microliter sample size and a 360-reading memory function. It can also compute 14- and 30-day averages, is compatible with the Glooko app for mobile devices, and can upload its readings to your computer.
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Prodigy Voice
Prodigy Voice

Best talking blood glucose meter

The Prodigy Voice talking glucose meter allows people with blindness or low vision to test their blood sugar without any help. It talks you through every step of setup, testing and results; requires no coding; and makes everything easy to accomplish by touch alone. A volume control and headphone jack let you test discreetly, and test strips are reasonably priced.
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