The elastic that is suppose to hold the test strips, as well as the one that holds the lancet device are just way too tight to easily fit them in and out for each use. Additionally annoying, the elastic that holds the glucometer in place covers the buttons I need when logging in my data information. I'm pretty sure the designers of these lame cases are not users of the glucometer. It's such a hassle to try dealing with the elastic straps, that I just let the strips and lancet device run free. So, they tend to fall into my lap or onto the ground when I unzip the case. Not only that, but it's very hard to see it in my purse, also known as "the black hole". I often have a brief moment (or more) of panic wondering if I accidentally left my meter at home before finally finding it.
|the elastic straps are useless and annoying.|
|glucometer case- new and greatly improved|
|all of my glucometer supplies are safe and sound in this case|
|The choice is so obvious, right?!|