Overall product experience was straightforward. I was nervous the first time I attached the glucose sensor to my arm, but as any Reddit post, Youtube video, etc. will tell you, application was painless. I went into the experience hoping to gain a deeper understanding about how my body processes food, how that impacts my daily functioning, and changes I can make to get the most out of my nutrition every day. I learned a little, but to be honest, the experience left me wanting more. Though slight, I loathed having to input meal info every time I consumed something to make sure the device tracked glucose spikes with meals. I really wanted something that felt a little more like magic, like if their algorithms could tell or infer that I must have eaten something, and bare minimum prompt me with a near-filled-out popup that just requires me to hit "yes".
I'm a hobbyist human performance nerd. I try all these devices and hope I learn something or discover a tool useful enough to help me stick to my goals (eat well, sleep regularly, exercise often), and improve my own health over the long run. I didn't find this experience useful enough for my use case to justify the cost.