Bubble Mini Glucose Monitor Take control of your blood glucose levels wherever you are with just a look at your mobile phone
Bubble Mini Continuous Glucose Monitoring Keep blood glucose control tight with automatic blood sugar updates sent straight to your mobile device or compatible watch every five minutes.
Beautifully designed The bubble has been built with comfort in mind, rounded to avoiding edges that can complicate its wearing in your day-to-day and keep charging simple. has been nicely designed to avoid edges that put your sensor at risk, removing any hole through which water goes into the device. Dimensions: 33mm x 30mm x 8 mm Weight: 8 grams
Easy to wear With our signature Bubble stickers, the soft specially designed belt, or even a simple dressing, You will have plenty of options available to find the best fit for you and your Bubble.
Rechargeable and re-usable The bubble is rechargeable thanks to the magnetic charger included in the box. With over 20 days or more of battery, you can always be sure your Bubble is charged and ready to go.
Waterproof The bubble is waterproof and can be used in an aquatic environment in the same conditions as Freestyle Libre® (2meters / 30minutes).
Beautifully designed The bubble has been built with comfort in mind, rounded to avoiding edges that can complicate its wearing in your day-to-day and keep charging simple.
Easy to wear With our signature Bubble stickers, the soft specially designed belt, or even a simple dressing, you will have plenty of options available to find the best fit for you and your Bubble.
(DOES NOT WORK ON IOS AT THIS MOMENT, WE ARE WORKING ON FIX)
Main Application Screen
- Date picker.
- Time as of the LAST reading.
- Most current glucose reading.
- Toggle graph to Line mode.
- Amount of Glucose change from prior reading to the current reading.
- Historical readings and visual indicator of past readings done in 5 min intervals. (when line mode is enabled (#4) this information is less clear.
- 24 Hour time slider.
- Zoom slicer for #6 above in 1,3,6,9,12,24 hour intervals.
- Current alert status.
- Remaining Bubble battery.
- Connectivity status, and seconds remaining till the next reading or update.
- Libre Info Panel – Sensor type detected, sensor age with visual indicator.
- Your running statistics and time in each High, Low and In Range zone.
- Activates the “Main Application Screen”.
- Activates the “Settings Screen”.
Settings Screen – Another User – Including Bubble Support Team
- Select to send a copy of your Bubble database to someone else. The database is a common DB stored in a SQLite DB. Recipients can browse this file, using the SQLIteBrowser, and you can download that here https://sqlitebrowser.org/dl/ or send log files with errors to
Main Settings Screen
- Select to toggle Speech Settings On or off. DiaBox will speak the following readings to you, which you can turn on or off each one individually.
- Blood Glucose
- Trend (up/flat/down)
- Delta, +- x.x change
- Use custom thresholds, then set custom high and low
- Override system volume, then set a custom volume for this reading.
- More alerts allow you to set the following
- Signal Loss
- Low Battery
- Extreme Low
- Rise Rate
- Drop Rate
- Sensor ending
- Missed reading
- Select your language
- You can optionally set Master or Follower.
If you are someone monitoring someone else you care for, then you should likely be a follower.
The URL is the URL of a free 3rd party and open-source Nightscout Server. See the Nightscout section for more details.
- Data Collection for Abbott sensors or Dexcom.
- The time format is 12 Hr a day or Military 24H.
- Units are mg/dL or mmol/L
- estimates A1C options are eA1C or IFCC
- Set thresholds for
- Extreme High
- Urgent Low
- and the height of your graph
IntegrationFrom the Settings menu, there is an Integration option. You will choose this to set up your NightScout account. All that is needed is your URL which will look something like this https://YourNameHere.herokuapp.com/ where YourNameHere is the name you chose when you set up the account. Your key is what ever you set when you created up the site