Is it just me or does anyone else think that the Contour Next One meter was designed backwards? Since this meter is not only the most accurate meter on the market but also part of the Dexcom package, more and more people are using this meter. The majority of the world is right-handed as am I. I always grab my meter with my left hand and insert a test strip with my right-hand thumb and forefinger. Then place meter on sink console. When the meter is on the sink console, the test strip faces right so most naturally I do a fingerstick on my right-hand pinky and insert blood into test strip. Meter counts down and voila, I get my BG reading but I get it UPSIDE DOWN. No big deal, of course, because the numbers are big enough that the meter is easy to read upside down or simple enough to just rotate meter.
I know, I know I most probably have way too much time on my hands to worry or even notice such things so was just wondering if others notice that this design usability is less than optimal for most people or maybe was designed by a lefty.
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