Yes, Amazon sells the OneTouch UltraSmart meter. No way to know if you are getting mg/dl or mmol/L, but probably the wrong one. And when you get the wrong one, you can pay again and order another one that will probably also be wrong.
The OneTouch UltraSmart meter is programmed not to work after 2020, so, after buying every strip I could find (since they were becoming rare in pharmacies), on 1 Jan 2021, my UltraSmart meter stopped working completely.
Lifescan had the One Touch Basic, Normal and Smart. The Smart was much more expensive, but I figured it must be worth it (and insurance paid for it). Smart tracked blood glucose, meals, insulin, exercise, illness, and other events, so it was also a complete logbook, all in one place, with the glucose readings and everything else that one should record all together.
Then they had the One Touch II (new strips), Basic, Normal, and Smart.
Then they had the One Touch Ultra (new strips, again) Basic, Normal, and Smart.
Then came the Select (new strips) but no Smart.
Then came the Verio (new strips, no Smart).
Next the Verio Flex (same strips, still none of the Smart features).
The most recent is the Verio Reveal (same strips), which has an app that is very difficult to use, and is officially banned where I am (they figure ‘Reveal’ must be about young women). The meter only records blood glucose, nothing else, but it has messages: ‘You had a high blood sugar at 3 pm 3 times, what are you doing? Change something!’
If you remember, you can indicate if the glucose is before or after meals, but if you forget, you cannot change the Before Meal/After Meal indicator.).
NET: An Amazon Ultra Smart will not work, unless you have a Time Machine that can go back before 1 Jan 2021.
Other meters do not have any of the features of the Lifespan Smart meters (One Touch, One Touch II, and One Touch Ultra), including all the post-Ultra Lifescan meters.
Lifescan said, if enough people call in, they will make some new, Smart meters, and I would love for people to call in and for Lifescan to start making more Smart meters. Smart Verio would be fine, or Smart Select, or Smart some new meter with new strips. I don’t care, I just want the complete logbook built into the meter.
(The Smart meters cost more, but the cost of the meter is insignificant compared with the cost of the strips, and the features really help me manage my blood glucose.)