Well Finally I see a poster who acknowledges that the free style lite meters are totally out of whack.. I bought 2 of them each one after my A1C - which always came back way higher that what I was averaging on a daily basis. I could'nt understand how or why my BS differed sooo much to the A1C readings. After the second time this happend - I ditched the Free stye and bought the Accuchek nano. Compared readings and at one stage my Accuchek reading was 5.8 and freestyle lite was 4.6 ... needless to say - I now use the Accuchek and threw all my freestyle lite meters in the bin!I ran parallel comparison tests with my Ultra Mini vs the Freestyle Lite. My Ultra Mini has tested + to - 1 with my lab blood work.
I ran parallel with 1 Ultra Mini and 3 Freestyle Lite Meters using 2 sets of Freestryle Lite Strips for 260-270 strips. I got readings for the Freestylw Lite ranging from 22 points over to 49 points down from my Ultra Mini. My conclusion is that the Freestyle Lite meter is dangerous to ones diabetic health.