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Unilet Superlite Unilet Superlite GP
Unilet Superlite Unilet Superlite GP

Unilet Superlite and Unilet Superlite GP lancets are slightly thinner than the Unilet. As with the Unilet, the GP suffix is for the standard lancet. The plain Unilet Superlite as an XL lancet, for use only in the Autolet and Glucolet lancing devices.

Though the Unilet Superlite is 20 percent thinner than the Unilet, it is still larger than several other lancets on the market and is more painful, especially for younger kids. As with the Unilet, Unilet Superlite lancets tops are rounded, which makes inserting the used, exposed lancet point into the top very difficult. For these reasons, Unilet Superlite lancets are not recommended for children with diabetes.

Unilet Superlite and Unilet Superlite GP

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