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[VIC] Abbott Freestyle Optium Blood Ketone Strips 10 Pack $6.50 (Was $7.45) @ Amcal (Southland)

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Cheaper than online prices!

Amcal Pharmacy Southland ONLY

This item is currently out of stock in most stores… BUT Amcal Southland Pharmacy in VIC has PLENTY!


Ways to purchase product:

1) Walk-in
2) Pay via credit card on phone, and we deliver via Australia Post

Call us at 03 9583 3292 for more enquiries.


FreeStyle Optium blood β-Ketone test strips are available for the self-testing of blood ketones. The ketone testing strips can be used with the FreeStyle Optium Neo, FreeStyle Optium, Optium Xceed, and Optium meters.

Features
•No coding = one less step
•Foil wrapped strips help protect from air and moisture16
•Small blood sample required – 1.5 µl
•10 second test time
•Top or end fill with visual confirmation
•Fill trigger ensures test starts only when sufficient blood sample has been applied

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    Bargain of the year!!!

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    Great price … Been hunting for a good price on these for a while.

  • +1 vote

    is this something to do with Tony?

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    without sounding dumb …so the cost for a diabetic to test their blood is about 65c per go ….that runs into several hundreds of dollars per year ?

    I thought you join diabetes Victoria / Australia and get cheaper test strips through them ?

    • +2 votes

      These strips test your blood for ketones, not for glucose.

      If you’re a diabetic and have high blood glucose, you might test with these to see if you’re producing ketones, because you could be in Diabetic Ketoacidosis.

      Alternatively if you’re on the Keto diet you might use these to make sure you’re producing low levels of ketones.

      You are correct that the NDSS subsidise blood glucose test strips.

      • +1 vote

        These are also so much easier to use than the urine ketone test and also more accurate.

        Usually go for around $10 a pack in Sydney.

        Diabetes is expensive. Please find me a deal on the Freestyle Libra Scanners.. I spend $95 every 14 days.

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          Difficult to find a deal on those as they are typically only available from Abbott directly. Sometimes you can get them cheaper from places like India but I am not sure if they have some sort 'region lock' which makes them only work with the reader or phone app if you are in certain locations.