Lancing Devices FastClix | Accu-Chek®
hamburger overlay

How To Use Your Accu-Chek FastClix Lancing Device


Watch this video to learn how to use your Accu-Chek FastClix lancing device.

Accu-Chek FastClix

Accu-Chek Fastclix
Item Description

The Accu-Chek FastClix lancing device is the world’s first 1-Click lancing device with a drum. Thanks to the Clixmotion® technology which minimizes any painful side-to-side motion of the lancet, sampling is fast and almost painless in 9 out of 10 patients.1,2 The rotatable cap offers 11 depth settings that let you customize the device to your skin type. The lancing device uses a drum of 6 preloaded lancets, so you don’t handle individual lancets.


1 Kocher S, Tshiananga JK, Koubek R. Comparison of lancing devices for self-monitoring of blood glucose regarding lancing pain. J. Diabetes Sci Technol 2009; 3: 1136-43
2 Lekarcyk J, Ghiloni S. Analysis of the comparison of lancing devices for self-monitoring of blood glucose regarding lancing pain. J. Diabetes Sci Technol 2009; 3: 1144-45

Product Manuals


1-Click is all it takes


6 preloaded lancets


11 depth settings




105mm x 18.6 mm

Additional Features
  • Lever makes it easy to advance to a fresh lancet
  • The window next to the lever shows the number of remaining lancets in a drum
  • No need for sharps containers as used lancets are hygienically stored in the drum
  • Reduced risk of accidental stick.


Additional Specifications

Control penetration with 11 depth settings

Penetration range:

0.7 to 2.2 mm

To operate:

Prime and release with 1-Click action

Length and width:

105mm  x 18.6 mm

Weight (with drum):

20.0 g

Alternate site testing (AST):

Yes, AST capability is available upon request

For individual use only:

The Accu‑Chek FastClix lancing device is intended for personal use only. It is only allowed to be used to obtain blood from one person. There is a risk of infection being transmitted if the lancing device is used by other people, even by family members, or if healthcare professionals use this lancing device to obtain blood from different people. This lancing device is therefore not suitable for professional use in healthcare facilities and institutions.

Environmental needs:

Uncritical plastic material

Biocompatible materials


Number of lancets per drum:



Yes. The number of available lancets is indicated on the window next to the lever.

New vs. used drums:

A red mark is displayed on a used drum.

Can I reuse a disposed or removed drum?:

No, not without misuse.

Can I reuse lancets?:

Always use a new lancet when you obtain blood. In doing this, you reduce the risk of infection, and obtaining blood remains virtually pain free.


Needle diameter :

0.3 mm (30G)

Silicone coated:




Needle cut:

3 facet-cut

How to use the Accu-Chek FastClix lancing device

Click action enables you to prime and release in one simple action. This makes it quick and more convenient to obtain a blood sample as there are fewer handling steps. Always wash and dry hands before obtaining a blood sample.

Inserting a drum

  1. Remove cap at the end of the device
  2. Insert lancet drum
  3. Replace cap

Setting the penetration depth

Turn the rotatable cap to select from 11 settings. Start with 2, and adjust depending on your skin type.

Obtaining a blood sample

Push the release button to prime and release in 1-Click action.

Loading a new lancet

There is a lever next to the window showing the number of available lancets. Slide the lever back and forth to change to a new lancet. The number in the window changes, telling you how many lancets remain in the drum.


Items used by individuals to inject medications or monitor their health condition may have come into contact with blood and must be disposed of properly. To prevent infections from being transmitted, dispose of the following items as medical sharps in an approved sharps container according to the regulations applicable in your province; Accu-Chek® Softclix lancing devices, Accu-Chek® Softclix lancets, Accu-Chek® FastClix lancing devices, Accu-Chek® FastClix lancet drums and sitesmart™ pen needles. For information about correct disposal, contact your local authority. Please refer to the instructions of use for more information.