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How to use your Accu-Chek® Softclix lancing device

Description

The Accu-Chek Softclix lancing device is small and easy to use, with one-handed priming. Watch this video to learn how to set up the device, and get helpful tips for using it.

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Accu-Chek Softclix

Item Description

The Accu-Chek Softclix lancing device can help make lancing easy. Its rotatable cap offers 11 fixed depth settings for different skin types. Clixmotion technology minimizes any painful side-to-side motion of the lancet, which is why this lancing device is virtually pain-free to use.

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COMFORT

11 penetration depth settings

PENETRATION

0.8 to 2.3 mm

SAFETY

Precise lancing, less risk of skin damage

NEEDLE WIDTH

0.4 mm

WEIGHT

21 g

Benefits and features
  • Virtually pain-free lancing
  • Clixmotion technology controls the lancet’s movement
  • Less side-to-side motion of the lancet means less skin damage 
  • Turn the rotatable cap for 11 penetration depth settings for different skin types
  • The Accu-Chek Softclix lancets are precisely manufactured for precise entry
Additional specifications
Penetration Depth:

11 fixed-depth options, set with the rotatable cap

Penetration Range:

0.8 to 2.3 mm

Lancing Technology:

Clixmotion Technology

Weight:

21 g

Alternative Site Testing:

AST cap provided

Needle Diameter:

0.4 mm

Gauge:

28

Coating:

Silicon

How to use the Accu-Chek Softclix lancing device

The Accu-Chek Softclix lancing device is small and easy to operate, with one-hand priming and lancing.

  • Pull off the cap. Insert a new lancet into the lancet holder and push it in until it clicks.
  • Press the cap on again until it clicks.
  • Rotate the cap until the desired penetration depth is set.
  • Press the priming button down until it clicks.
  • Press the lancing device firmly against the side of the fingertip.
  • Press the yellow release button.
  • After measuring your blood glucose, pull off the cap and slide the ejector forwards to remove the lancet.