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Bayer's Breeze 2

Breeze 2
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The BREEZE 2 meter from Bayer Diabetes Care is particularly useful for people with diabetes who are leading an active lifestyle, or would like to live a more active lifestyle, whether they have type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes.

The BREEZE 2 meter is self-contained and may be carried in the pocket. The 10-test disc houses a series of test strips, meaning that there are less small, delicate adjustments to be made.

The BREEZE 2 is also robust enough to be used on the move.

For those who lead an active lifestyle

The BREEZE 2 has helped professional rugby players and snowboarders to take control of their diabetes, but it could be useful for any person with diabetes who is considering taking more exercise or travelling.

For those that do lead an active lifestyle, their way of life may affect their blood glucose levels.

The BREEZE 2 lets active people with diabetes test their blood glucose with a minimum of fuss.

No need for reloading

Because of the 10 test disc, the BREEZE 2 blood glucose monitor won’t need reloading whilst you are half way up, or down, a mountain… or midway through a race for that matter. The BREEZE 2 is complete with Bayer’s No Coding™ technology, automatically coding each new set of disks.

Breeze 2 Product Contents

  • Breeze 2 Blood Glucose Meter
  • Breeze 2 User Guide
  • Breeze 2 Test Disc with 10 tests
  • Microlet Adjustable Lancing Device with 10 Sterile Ascensia Microlet Lancets
  • Carrying Case
  • Record Diary
  • Warranty Card

Breeze 2 Product Information

  • Individually Sealed Test Strips for Extended Life
  • Convenient 10 Test Disc
  • One-step to Test
  • No Coding Required
  • 420 Test Memory
  • Small Blood Sample (1μl)
  • Results in 5 Seconds
  • Selectable Averages (7day, 14day, 30day)
  • Diabetes Management Software Supported

Breeze 2 Features and Benefits

  • Accuracy: No Coding™ technology makes it easier to get an accurate reading at each test.
  • Small sample: Small samples make testing easier.
  • 5 seconds: Accurate results in 5 seconds
  • 10 tests: 10 on-board test strips present in each BREEZE 2 disc.

With contributions from Diabetes Expert Sue Marshall.

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Your Comments
Bayer breeze2 machine is lovely, I bought from USA but now in India strip scarecty troubles me
Posted by V.K.Makkar, Kerala on Thursday, August 02, 2012
I don't see the problem I get as I order, monthly, a box of 50 test strips. I was under the impression that all UK pensioners and diabetics of all ages in UK got free prescriptions. In any case going back to the Breeze 2 I was unfortunate to spill my breakfast tray and my meter had a mixture of orange juice and coffee poured on it. A phone call made at 10.05am to Bayer brought a new meter by post before I prepared the next day's breakfast. I was diagnosed a few years back and have had a few meters but this is not only easy to use but the right size. Highly recommended as is the Bayer Service Center.
Posted by birdseyeview, Kimbolton Cambs UK on Thursday, July 21, 2011
@helligull and @ronjo94: Slight correction - people on Metformin too cannot get strips on prescription. I am on Metformin 500SR, and was declined the strips. The reason my GP gave me is that people on Metformin cannot do anything if they notice their blood sugar has gone up or down whereas people on insulin need to regulate their insulin intake accordingly. Which sort of makes sense but does not help the situation we are in! So I have found a place on the internet from where i can buy 50 strips for £20 which I guess is the cheapest.
Posted by DVarghese, London on Thursday, September 02, 2010
I love this meter. No coding. No pots of strips. No fiddly mucking about with the strips. It really is just 'test & go'. My testing has increased with this meter just because it's less hassle.
Posted by Jaqi, Kent on Wednesday, June 02, 2010
I have a problem also, along the same lines. Last year my sugar levels were fairly high between 21 & 25 I was prescribed Metformin but pleaded with the Doctor to give me a chance to get the numbers down, he said OK! I am also a pensioner with a very meager pension! I can't afford to buy test sticks. I got my numbers down to under 7. I am told that doctors don't give scripts for test sticks unless one is taking Metformin or using Insulin, my sugar levels shot up to 11.9 a few days ago because of a nasty bug I caught!
Posted by helligull, Gloucestershire on Wednesday, May 05, 2010
This is a great machine, very easy to use, no need to check coding of strips and 10 strips are contained within the meter. The only downside for me - I'm a pensioner and cannot afford to buy strips - my doctor now limits me to 100 a year - not really good enough seeing as I have to work out my diets etc.
Posted by ronjo94, United Kingdom on Thursday, November 19, 2009
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