I’m noticing a couple of things that seem to be consistent.
One is that accuracy on a new insertion seems to settle in much more rapidly, like almost immediately, without the usual flakiness, even without pre-soaking. One recent sensor came out of warmup too high, so I gave it 30min or so, then recalibrated, and it settled right down after that.
The other is that they DO seem to get flaky much sooner into a restarted session. I had to bail on the last two after only a couple of days because they were overreacting to lows and sending false alarms. Not wavering all over the map, just consistently giving me “urgent low” when really I was stable at 80 or thereabouts. Dunno if it signifies changes in the formulas or algorithms, but I’ve had several from this batch and they all seem pretty consistent.
This is pushing me toward a) not bothering with the whole pre-soak rigmarole, a good thing; and b) not as likely to try to do a restart, which has its minuses, though I can live with it. Wondering if anyone else has noticed a difference lately? Also, I wanted to post about something not related to COVID-19.