I’m not so sure about that. This is the device that is implanted with a doctor’s office procedure, isn’t it? I’ve read two accounts recently of people who participated in the pre-market trial and are not happy with residual scars and pain.
Senseonics does not post the size of this device but it looks like a small round tube, about the size of a small circuit board fuse. It looks like it’ll only last 90 days. Here’s a picture from the Senseonics website.
You still need to wear a transmitter externally to send info to a smartphone app/display.
I’ve found it very easy to insert the small sensor wires of Dexcom’s CGMs and I like the almost instant healing when I remove them, even after 2-3 weeks. You could be right but I think people will be reluctant to have the Senseonics device implanted. We’ll see.