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What the AirTags need is geofencing, specifically selectable geofencing.If I'm in a busy airport I want to know immediately any time my carryon or my messenger bag leaves my side — whether I forget to grab it of if it wanders 10 feet away.On a train where my bag is on the luggage rack on the other end of the car I want to know if it suddenly moves to the next car.I know this will drain the battery but that's why it needs to be selectable so I can turn it off when I'm in my hotel room.
A couple of points about proprietary blood glucose systems:
1. The One Drop lancets (the pointy things that poke your finger) are clumsy and a pain in the butt to use, imho. They cost about 15¢/lancet.
2. The Accu-Chek Fastclix Lancing device and Lancets are easy to use, imho. They cost about 7¢/lancet.
3. The One Drop test strips run about 50¢/strip. The going rate for Amazon's generic "Choice" test strips is about 17¢/strip.
4. Amazon's generic "Choice" meter ($24) also supports Bluetooth and HealthKit.
Do the math. At 2 to 4 tests per day it really adds up.