It took me a while to accumulate the meters. After I had a TIA because my Hemosense gave me a 2.6 and the hospital said my INR was 1.7, I decided to gind the meter that I trusted most.Now I know why you have so many meters.
Your strips are covered? No kidding! I am in Canada as well, and using a coaguchek XS after having to retire my INRatio after their debacle. I have supplemental insurance but have always understood that INR testing supplies, unlike those for diabetes, weren't covered. I buy my strips off eBay and foot the bill myself. I'd be interested in who you have your insurance with.COAGUCHEK XS------here in Canada, we can get a doctor prescription and buy it outright. Also, my personal insurance covers the cost of the test strips at 80 %.
I have been using it since 2007.
which I thought you'd already done extensively and which will not really be a worthwhile experiment from the perspective of generalisabilty (to others situations) because I'm quite sure various labs vary more than strips from Roche do.If I had some XS strips, I would check against the lab and the Coag-Sense.