Contour® Next One

The CONTOUR® NEXT ONE smart blood glucose meter and app system combines remarkable accuracy with ease-of-use to benefit a broad range of patients living with diabetes. 92% of users think it is quicker and easier to interpret readings using the CONTOUR NEXT ONE smartLIGHT feature.

The CONTOUR® NEXT ONE smart blood glucose meter and app system combines remarkable accuracy with ease-of-use to benefit a broad range of patients living with diabetes.

  • Display: LCD with backlight
  • Dimensions: 3.82″; x 1.12″; x 0.6″
  • Weight: 1.27 oz
  • Battery Type: 2 3-volt coin-cell batteries (CR2032)
  • Battery Life: Approximately 1000 tests (1 yr. average use/ 3 tests per day)
  • Sample size: 0.6 μL
  • Measuring Range: 20 mg/dL–600 mg/dL of glucose in blood
  • Memory capacity: up to 800 blood glucose results
  • Test averages: 7, 14, 30, 90 days
  • Result Time: 5 seconds
  • Data transfer: Infrared (IR) window
  • Compatible Test Strip: Contour Next Test Strips
  • Compatible Lancing Device: Microlet Next

Optional Control Solution: Contour Next Control Solution

  • No Coding
  • CONTOUR NEXT ONE is our most accurate meter yet, shown to deliver remarkable accuracy within
    ±8.4% of lab values**
  • smartLIGHT target range indicator immediately identifies if blood glucose readings are above, below or
    within target range, giving patients instant feedback
  • Second-Chance® sampling allows your patients up to 60 seconds to reapply more blood which may help
    prevent wasted strips while still demonstrating a high degree of accuracy*
  • New age of smart diabetes management
  • Seamlessly connect via Bluetooth® technology
  • Contour Diabetes app available for download

* The SMARTSON user test evaluation of the CONTOUR NEXT ONE meter and the CONTOUR DIABETES app, June 2017, Sweden.

* 8.4% applies to values ≥ 100mg/dL. An Ad hoc analysis demonstrated that 95% of results fell within ±8.4 mg/dL or ±8.4% of the laboratory reference values for glucose concentrations & 100 mg/dL or ≥100 mg/dL, respectively, when tested via subject–obtained capillary fingertip results (patients).1

* Harrison, B. et al. Performance and Accuracy Capability of a New, Wireless-enabled Blood Glucose Monitoring System That Links to a Smart Mobile Device: Laboratory and Clinical Sample Reapplication Studies. Poster presented at the 10th International Conference on Advanced Technologies & Treatments for Diabetes (ATTD); February 15-18, 2017; Paris, France.