The CGM sensor is water-resistant but not waterproof.
You can shower and sweat with the sensor on, but it is not recommended to swim or keep the sensor underwater for more than 30 minutes.
You should not take the sensor deeper than 3 feet (1 meter). This may cause the device to malfunction. The sensor has not been tested in salt/seawater, so it is advised to avoid or minimize exposing the device to these conditions.
Want to swim longer than 30 minutes?
No problem! You can cover the sensor with a large waterproof bandage for times that you plan on being in the water longer than 30 minutes.
Please note that the CGM has not been tested for scuba-diving, therefore we suggest waiting to apply your CGM until after you scuba-dive.
We strongly suggest wearing the bandage provided to assure the sensor does not fall off or get damaged.
Here are some other places where you can wear your CGM!