While you're hopefully out barbequing and throwing the Frisbee (and not working), we're at our stations with four more great Diabetes Community product reviews -- just published in the new DiabetesMine Test Kitchen, where products designed to improved life with diabetes are evaluated by the only people qualified to say whether they hit the mark: us patients!TestKitchen_Logo_Final_lg (1)

Please note that we've added a new feature: each video review now includes a written list of Pro's and Con's, offering a quick at-a-glance look at the reviewer's assessment of the product at hand. Please browse through and check 'em all out.

Today's new reviews are:

VERIO IQ glucose meter reviewed by D-blogger Melissa Lee.

Melissa was one of our Patient Voices winners from 2013 -- a mom and active advocate who's had type 1 diabetes for almost a quarter-century. On the Verio IQ, she really likes the pattern alerts that allow you to see glucose trends by time of day.





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ONETOUCH ULTRA 2 glucose meter reviewed by Corinna Cornejo, another one of our 2013 Patient Voices winners. Diagnosed with type 2 diabetes fairly recently in 2009, Corinna now works for the Diabetes Hands Foundation. She's a wife and mom of two teenagers and currently lives in Hawaii.

She gives the OneTouch Ultra 2 a 4 out of 5 rating as a "reliable, dependable secondary meter."



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ONETOUCH ULTRA MINI glucose meter, also reviewed by Corinna. She finds this newer model accurate and easy to use, but not quite so "mini" as you might expect.


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T:SLIM INSULIN PUMP reviewed by Sarah Kaye, a type 1 D-blogger, insurance agent, and self-described "Southern Bell."

She finds lots of things to like about the sleek new pump design of the t:slim.


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