Guidance on exercising wearing a Libre Sensor: Download here.
As a new Libre Freestyle user, I was concerned at the ease with which the sensor could be dislodged. That has been resolved entirely by the LmL armband. It provides a real sense of security without looking at all “medical”. Perhaps there’s scope to take the aesthetics even further - possibly a leather version with chiselled Viking runes and shield motif over the sensor! The possibilities are endless. Nice also to support a deserving small family business
I’m small with slim arms but find the small size only just fits. Wish I’d ordered the medium size.
I love this band its saved my libre from quite a few door frames. I t was becoming embarrassing keep phoning for a replacement
I am really not a lover of the libre free style, so I am hoping that love my libre helps solve the problem of keeping this great idea a workable product.
Whilst my Libre2 sensors are, fortunately, free on the NHS one still feels bereft when you lose one by inadvertently knocking it off! I've lost a few; squeezing into the car and hitting the top of the door, reaching for very hard to reach items in the supermarket and catching it on the shelf. NO MORE! Whilst looking cool (whilst not always visible unless wearing short sleeves) the armband is easy to fit snuggly over the sensor and doesn't move until you want it to. Obviously (and importantly) scanning the sensor with your phone is no different to scanning without the band on. RECOMMENDED!