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Accu-Chek Fastclix Lancets 30G

Pack of 102 Lancets
LA018
$18.95

Product Description
Fastclix lancets come in a convenient drum which is then loaded into the Fastclix lancing device.The lancets are safe and sterile and are only to be used with the Accu-Chek Mobile Blood Glucose Monitoring System.

- Pack of 102 lancets
Reviews (4)
25/06/2017
Name : Dorte
Location : Newcastle
Title : Accu-Chek FadtClix
Review : I prefer this lancet to all the other ones...it is not like you have to use anew needle every single time! As soon as you feel the "pinch"...you click it over to a new needle!

26/09/2015
Name : sharon
Location :
Title :
Review : I agree with the other people , it is expensive when on a pension. The other machine I had was alot less expensive and the lancets are so much cheaper.

29/07/2015
Name : nazmul
Location :
Title :
Review : Its an expensive item to replace which is not covered on pension. I've purchased a new one which didn't work properly. it was removed which couldn't be used once taken out. It should be modified. I had to replace it.

4/05/2015
Name : Charmaine
Location :
Title :
Review : I Brought the machine with these drums. The machine is great BUT the Drums Are very pricey for someone on a pension, and are not subsidised by NDSS or pension card. If I had been told this I would not have brought the machine.

Questions (9)
Why are the Lancets not subsidised by the Government, particularly since Diabetes NSW/ACT now recommend that each time you use a lancet you should discard it after use? It makes it a very expensive way to use them. Can the device containing the six lancets be taken out when all six have been used once and then put in again for a further six times. Does Diabetes NSW/ACT have any plans to make representations on our behalf re subsidising for the lancets? Can we as individuals help in this regard? It is impossible to find any information on this matter. Thank you for your time.

All manufacturers recommend that lancets only be used a single time, but this can be costly especially when testing more than once a day. Most diabetes educators will advise that a lancet can be used no more than 4 to 6 times, knowing that people often use them many more times. The problem with using a lancet too many times is that they become blunt with use and rather than prick the skin of the fingertip, as they become blunt the lancet starts to cut or tear through the skin, increasing the risk of scars or callouses. This often leads to less blood from the finger prick being available to test. A number people then increase the depth of the lancing device to compensate for the lack of blood produced, changing to a newer sharper lancet could be just as effective and less painful. For the Accu-chek lancing devices, such as the FastClix and older MultiClix, that use a drum with 6 lancets, they cannot be re-used once taken out of the device. But the lancets can be re-used if the drum containing the lancets is not removed from the lancing device. Unfortunately, lancets are not subsidised through the NDSS. Diabetes NSW & ACT have been active supporters of lancets becoming subsidised and continue to do so. If you want to be involved, I would suggest contacting your local Member of Parliament, as the NDSS is administered by the Commonwealth Government, speaking up does make a difference.




Does this type of lancets compatible with the model ACCU-CHEK Performa?

Hi Wong. It depends on how long ago you bought the Accu-Chek Performa monitor. I would recommend checking the lancing device as Accu-Chek give the same name to both the lancing device and the lancets that are compatible with the lancing device. For example a FastClix lancing device will be compatible with FastClix Lancets.




Hi I am a member And Also Pensioner So How Much It Cost Me To Buy The Fastclix Box.Thanks

The member price is $17.96 with your member discount included.




what is the gauge of the lancet? thank you

Accu-Chek Lancets are 30 gauge.




I have an Accu-Chek Performa monitor. The lancing device, Multiclix, is broken. I can't find a Multiclix lancing device in the list. Has it been replaced by Fastclick - if yes, is Fastclick lancing device compatible with Multiclix lancets?

Hi. The Multi-Clix has been replaced by the Fast-Clix, unfortunately the Fast-Clix only works with Fast-Clix Lancets.




Do we get a discount if you are on a pension?

Hi Diabetes NSW members get a 10% discount and pensioners get a 50% discount off the price of Diabetes NSW membership, if you would like to become a member click the link below. http://diabetesnsw.com.au/membership/




How many Fastclick Drums in a Box!

17 drums which contain 6 lancets




I am looking at getting some Accu-Chek fast Click Drums for my Monitor! On looking at the Picture it shows 100x2 what does this mean!? Is there 100 Drums of sic Lancets ? Thank You

Each drum contains 6 lancets for a total of 102 lancets or 17 drums per box




How many needles are on a Fastclix Lancet drum LAQ18 ?

6 lancets per drum.





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