I can’t imagine a sensor from any company being limited to the “official” wear time, as you know those times are always super-conservative. If it becomes inaccurate (assuming for the moment, that it is accurate during the first 10 days), then of course you’ll want to replace it. It’s not like infusion sets–insulin entering the body at one point, over a period of time, causes scar tissue and absorption issues, so for that case, it is good policy to adhere to the suggested set-change intervals, usually 3 days max. No one is going to keel over if they extend to 4-5 days,but it’s not a great idea to be doing that due to the aforementioned issue with scar tissue.
ie, if cost is an issue I’d imagine patients will extend the wear time as much as possible, til inaccuracy rears it’s ugly head. If cost isn’t an issue, some folks will still extend wear time “just because”.