Freestyle Freedom Lite Meter
Freestyle Freedom Lite Meter
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Freestyle Freedom Lite Meter

Diabetes can be hard to live with but checking glucose levels shouldn’t be. The Freestyle Freedom Lite Meter is designed to help patients monitor their blood glucose levels. The meter is designed to fit comfortably in the palm of the hand and has a large, easy-to-read back lit display. The meter uses less sample than other models (less than 0.3 microliters) and provides readings in under 5 seconds. Freestyle Freedom Lite Meter helps you get an accurate reading each time, every time.


  • Easy To Use
  • Large, Backlit Display with easy-to-read numbers
  • Results Quickly
  • Accurate readings
  • No coding
  • Uses Less Blood Sample (0.3 microliter)
  • Uses Freestyle Test Strips
  • Up to 60 seconds for reapplication

Frequently Asked Questions

The meter and monitoring system is manufactured by Abbott Labs, one of the leading makers of Diabetic supplies in the world.

The Freestyle Lite Meter is smaller in size and is equipped with a port light that can shine down on the strip to illuminate the strip in dark conditions. The Freedom has a larger display screen to aid in the reading of glucose levels.

The Freestyle Freedom Lite Monitor is designed to be used with Freestyle Test Strips.

According to research from the National Institute of Health, the unit has a 95% accuracy rate.

The unit uses an HQRP coin lithium battery that can be purchased online or in store. Cost is around $23 for a four pack.

The Freestyle Auto-Assist Software Solution can be easily downloaded to any desktop and works in conjunction with the meter to help keep track of readings and analyze developing trends.

Yes, the unit is designed to allow for samples to be retrieved from the palm or upper arm. The recommended location is a finger stick for the most convenient area of blood sampling. A physician should always be consulted before using any area other than the finger.

The Freestyle Freedom Lite Monitor allows for an up to 60 second delay in reapplication of sample.