Insert CONTOUR™PLUS test strip and the meter will switch on.
The CONTOUR™PLUS ONE blood glucose meter offers seamless connection to the CONTOUR™DIABETES app to capture all your blood glucose readings.
Simple to set up and easy-to-use. Get your results in 5 seconds. For patients who want a simple-to-use meter which seamlessly connects to their smartphone to help them manage their diabetes, smarter.
The smartLIGHT™ feature provides you with an instant indicator of your blood glucose results so you know whether they are within (green), above (amber), or below (red) your target range.1
The CONTOUR™PLUS ONE system exceeded the minimum accuracy requirements of the ISO 15197:2013 standard.* 2,3
Second-Chance™ sampling allows you to reapply more blood to the same test strip when the first sample is insufficient1, to help you waste fewer strips.4
The free CONTOUR™DIABETES app is available to support diabetes self-management, adding insight and meaning to the results
Easy to use: Syncs automatically with the meter to upload all blood glucose readings to an electronic diary
Easy to understand: My Patterns helps identify trends in blood glucose results and displays notifications of potential causes
Easy to share: The blood sugar diary report can be sent prior to, or shared during, an appointment with a healthcare professional
The CONTOUR™DIABETES app applies appropriate safeguards to ensure your personal data is processed securely and in compliance with applicable laws.
*95% of the measured glucose values needed to fall within either ±15 mg/dL(±0.83 mmol/L) of the average measured values of the reference measurement procedure at glucose concentrations <100 mg/dL(<5.55 mmol/L) or within ±15% at glucose concentrations ≥100 mg/dL(≥5.55 mmol/L). 99% of individual glucose measured values need to fall within zones A and B of the Consensus Error Grid (CEG) for type 1 diabetes.3
**On a compatible Android or iOS device. For a list of compatible devices, please visit compatibility.contourone.com
1. CONTOUR®PLUS ONE BGMS User Guide Rev 09/17.
2. Bailey TS. J Diabetes Sci Technol 2017 Jul;11(4):736-743.
3. International Organization for Standardization. In vitro diagnostic test systems - requirements for blood-glucose monitoring systems for self-testing in managing diabetes mellitus (ISO 15197). International Organization for Standardization, Geneva, Switzerland, 2013.
4. Richardson JM et al. Clinical Relevance of Reapplication of Blood Samples During Blood Glucose Testing. Poster presented at the 20th Annual Diabetes Technology Meeting (DTM); November 12-14, 2020.