Rightest GM300 Blood Glucose Monitor (Bionime)


Rightest GM300

Rightest GM300

The Rightest GM300 Blood Glucose Monitoring System has a large, easy-to-read LCD display and one easy-to-use button. It uses Noble Metal Technology that offers very accurate results, especially when blood glucose levels fall below 75 and over 200.

Blood Sample Size Required: 1.4 uL

Time to Results: 8 seconds

Battery Requirements: (2) AAA

Alternative Site Testing: Yes

Data Capabilities: Computer download capabilities; 300-test memory with date and time stamp

User Coding Required: Yes

Other Special Features: Smart Code Key design; 1-, 7-, 14-, and 30-day averages; blood never comes in contact with meter, eliminating the need to clean meter; automatic start; larger test strips made of plastic rather than paper

Accessories Included: 10 Rightest Test Strips; Rightest Control Solution; Rightest Check Key; Lancing Device; 10 Lancets; 2 AAA Batteries; Log Book; Carrying Case; Emergency Card

Company Contact Information:

Bionime USA Corporation
11760 Sorrento Valley Road, Suite G
San Diego, California 92121

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Last Modified Date: November 24, 2014

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