I’d consider those repeatability of results completely acceptable for a meter although no bragging rights. With the one touch verio which I used for years I often, at similar ranges, got spreads of 100ish pts. Eg 100 immediately followed by 200 then 100 again then 200 again… in my evaluation that’s a garbage product
But the real reason I consider them a garbage product and a garbage company is not just because their product is ■■■■— but because their main business model is to out-rebate every pbm for an inferior product, essentially forcing people to use their product who don’t want to. I am not a fan. At all. Of their products or their practices.
For my first fair number of years one-touch ultra blue was all my insurance covered… terrible repeatability and required a blood drop that was so large it was very difficult for me to produce. Disliked it so much in concert with the insurance bs that I started buying truerest strips with cash… vastly superior and similar cost to my copay, for me. Then truetest was discontinued and replaced by truemetrix. At same time one touch verio came out. True metrix was nowhere near as good as true test but vastly better than one touch verio. Verio had one big advantage though that they were fast and only required a tiny blood droplet…
Then about 1.5 years ago my insurance switched to accu check guide which I find generally tolerable in terms of accuracy and repeatability… my only complaint is their stupid strip container, which they think is brilliant… but it’s not