Uk traveller arriving at departures

What is Fit to Fly in 1 minute?

Many foreign countries are requiring travellers to provide proof that they are negative for coronavirus at the time of arriving in the country – this is a Fit to Fly certificate. Depending on which country you are travelling to, you may be required to take a PCR Covid-19 test within a certain time frame – usually between 48-96 hours – of arriving at your destination.

Our Fit to Fly tests are recognised globally as the gold-standard, highest accuracy RT-PCR tests. 

What do you need to do before leaving England?

  1. Review the specific requirements for the country you are travelling to – examples of places to find out this information are the Government’s website, your airlines website, or the UK Government’s website
  2. Order your at-home test kit or book your Pod test appointment allowing enough time to complete the test and wait for your results
  3. Do your test on a suitable day/time that fits the specific time frame required for the country you are visiting
  4. Receive your results online within 24 hours of us receiving your sample at our lab
  5. If your results are negative, present them at departures as your Fit to Fly certificate, ahead of leaving England. Bon voyage!
What is Fit to Fly? UK citizens traveling overseas require a test to fly test

What is Fit to Fly?

Last week, the UK Government teased us with some updates about the resumption of international travel, which should restart in just over a month with a traffic light system for foreign countries. Most of the information was relating to what we will likely need to do after returning from abroad – completing PCR tests via the mandatory day 2 and 8 tests and the optional Test to Release scheme to shorten quarantine – to reduce the spread of coronavirus and detect any foreign variants of COVID-19 entering England. 

However, before we think about testing for returning from travelling abroad, what about the Covid testing requirements needed for leaving England and flying to your destination? You’ve probably already heard that many countries require travellers to present a “Fit to Fly” certificate at the airport before their flight, but what does this certificate need to include? We’ve answered all the most common questions below and in our video:


How do you get a Fit to Fly certificate?

If you’re planning to travel abroad for work, a holiday, to return home, you are probably going to need to show proof of a negative Covid-19 test result before flying – this is a Fit to Fly certificate. Depending on which country you are travelling to, you may be required to take a PCR Covid-19 test within a certain time frame – usually between 48-96 hours – of arriving at your destination. 

You will need to review the requirements of the country you are travelling to regarding the specific requirements and timings for a Fit to Fly certification and prepare accordingly. We recommend booking your Fit to Fly test in plenty of time ahead of your flight – to allow enough time to complete and receive your results before departure. You can also find information on the UK Government’s website for foreign travel advice. 

Getting tested with Project Screen

Our Fit to Fly services utilise RT-PCR tests which are recognised as the global, gold-standard COVID-19 testing method. For our Fit to Fly services you can choose between: 

1. Our at-home Fit to Fly Covid-19 test kits, sent via Royal Mail Tracked 24.

OR

2. Visiting one of our Test Pods which are popping-up at multiple locations throughout England. We have up to 190 time slots available each day, at each Pod.

At-Home Testing

We provide everything you need for a stress-free sample collection. After reviewing the requirements for your destination, take your self-collection test in a suitable time frame to provide you with a valid Fit to Fly certificate. After activating your kit, you’ll find simple, easy-to-follow instructions for how to complete your self-collection coronavirus test in around 90 seconds. The test is a swab-based sample collection method that collects cells from the back of the throat and the nose, to help diagnose whether you are currently infected with coronavirus. 

Seal your swab and place the completed swab in the clear sample bag and pop everything into the Return Mailer. We have multiple options for how you can post your sample to our laboratory for analysis – you can learn more about our sample return options here. We recommend using the free Royal Mail return mailer which you can drop off at a priority postbox found across England, for collection Monday to Saturday.

Once we’ve received your sample at our laboratory, we will analyse your swab, and provide your results securely online within 24 hours. You will be notified via email when your results are ready. 

at home covid-19 test

Visit a Test Pod

Book your Fit to Fly test at the most convenient Pod location to you – like our Reading Test Pod, located less than 10 minutes drive from Reading Town Centre. Book your time slot to fit within the required testing time frame – allowing for results turnaround to take 24 hours from sample receipt at the lab. When you arrive for your test, simply present your QR code to one of our onsite team members who will provide you with everything you need for your test. Our team will guide you through your observed self-collection, provide hassle-free swabbing tips, and will organise your sample to be couriered to our lab. Once we’ve received your sample at our laboratory, we will analyse your swab, and provide your results securely online within 24 hours. You will be notified via email when your results are ready.

walk up covid-19 testing pod

At Departures

Assuming you have received negative results, find your results in our Project Screen app and present your results at departures as your Fit to Fly certificate. Bon voyage! 

Returning Home

If you are returning to England after travelling, you’ll need to organise the tests required for when you get back. We recommend booking your mandatory Travel Testing Package, for testing on day 2 and 8, in plenty of time ahead of your flight, as you need to enter the booking reference on your passenger locator form. You can also add-on the additional day 5 PCR test to reduce your quarantine, as part of the Test to Release for International travel scheme. 

So in summary – follow these four simple steps:

  1. Book your Fit to Fly test before flying out of England 
  2. Test within a suitable time frame, following the requirements of your destination – either at home with our home test kit or at one of our pop-up Test Pods
  3. Receive your results online within 24 hours of us receiving your sample at our lab
  4. If your results are negative, present your results at departures as your Fit to Fly certificate

Why test with Project Screen?

Since April last year, we have been at the forefront of coronavirus testing in the UK and abroad. Our core business’ mission has always been to make complex science and health information accessible via a range of innovation DNA and blood self-collection test kits, via our two consumer brands, DNAfit and CircleDNA. In April 2020, we adapted and evolved into coronavirus testing taking advantage of our laboratory network, scientific expertise, and digital systems to deliver world-leading SARS-CoV-2 testing solutions. We’ve delivered over 1,000,000 tests across multiple sites including the world’s biggest sporting leagues and governing bodies, film and TV productions, and aviation providers. Together, we can get back to work, travel and play!

easy-jet passenger plans grounded at airport

What is Test to Release: Day 5 test?

Today is the 14th April. This means it’s been exactly 4 months since the team and I found out we were going to be listed as one of the UK Government’s first approved private Covid-19 testing providers for the ‘Test to Release’ scheme. Within a couple of hours, we had rallied together and created our bespoke Test to Release product and website – Test and Release

Our Test and Release home test kit was the first direct to customer Covid test that we launched in the UK. Up until December, our focus had been on supporting many businesses and industries in the UK, by providing unique Covid-19 testing solutions. We leaned on our core business’ expertise of providing at-home health test kits – DNAfit and CircleDNA – and delivered over 10,000 test kits in the first week of the Test to Release scheme, amid most of the country entering tier 4, and navigating the pre-Christmas delivery chaos. 

Here we are 4 months later – what’s changed? Well to begin with, the success of our Test and Release home test kits established the need for a wider range of Covid tests, so we launched our full Covid tests and services offering under Project Screen – Test to Release, Travel Testing Package, Fit to Fly, and a general Health Check PCR test. For all of these products, except the Travel Testing Package, customers can choose between testing at home or at one of our multiple locations in England, as part of our Pod network.

In England, lockdown is finally easing, the weather is improving, and we are all waiting to find out exactly what the UK Government’s plans for international travel will be. A “traffic light system” has been mentioned, with foreign destinations being graded green, amber and red in early May, for travel to possibly resume no earlier than May 17th. While it is not fully confirmed, it is likely that each option will involve PCR tests upon return to track new variants of the virus entering England, testing on day 2 and 8, as part of the Travel Testing Package, with the option of a “test to release” after five days.

(Read all about day 2 and 8 testing in our Travel Testing Package blog). 


The Test to Release scheme is for international travellers arriving in England who wish to shorten their quarantine period. Everyone arriving in England from a country not on the UK’s travel ban red list must quarantine on arrival for 10 days and complete the mandatory Travel Testing Package, day 2 and day 8 testing for variant surveillance. Travellers have the option to take an additional, private PCR test on day 5 of their quarantine, where if the result is negative, self-isolation can end early. Test to Release is not suitable for those arriving from countries on the travel ban red list, these travellers must quarantine in a hotel for the full 10 days and follow separate guidelines. 

What do you need to do before travelling to England?

The UK Government recommends that you book your Test to Release test before you travel to England. This is so you can enter details of the test when you opt into the scheme on the passenger locator form. If you decide to take part in the scheme after you have arrived in England, you will need to complete another passenger locator form. 

Getting tested with Project Screen

Our Test to Release services utilise the RT-PCR test which is recognised as the global, gold-standard in Covid-19 testing. You can choose between:

1. Our at-home Test to Release Covid-19 test kits, sent via Royal Mail Tracked 24.

OR

2. Visiting one of our Test Pods which are popping-up at multiple locations throughout England. We have up to 190 time slots available each day, at each Pod.

At-Home Testing

We provide everything you need for a stress-free sample collection. After activating your kit, you’ll find simple, easy-to-follow instructions for how to complete your self-collection coronavirus test in around 90 seconds. The test is a swab-based sample collection method that collects cells from the back of the throat and the nose, to help diagnose whether you are currently infected with coronavirus. 

Seal your swab and place the completed swab in the clear sample bag and pop everything into the Return Mailer. We have multiple options for how you can post your sample to our laboratory for analysis – you can learn more about our sample return options here. We recommend using the free Royal Mail return mailer which you can drop off at a priority postbox found across England, for collection Monday to Saturday. 

Once we’ve received your sample at our laboratory, we will analyse your swab, and provide your results securely online within 24 hours. You will be notified via email when your results are ready. You must continue to quarantine while you wait to receive your results. 

Visit a Test Pod

Book your Test to Release test at the most convenient Pod location to your quarantine address. Book your time slot to coincide with day 5 of your quarantine. We recommend avoiding using public transport to travel to your test appointment and follow social distancing measures. When you arrive for your test, simply present your QR code to one of our onsite team members who will provide you with everything you need for your test. Our team will guide you through your observed self-collection, provide hassle-free swabbing tips, and will organise your sample to be couriered to our lab. Once we’ve received your sample at our laboratory, we will analyse your swab, and provide your results securely online within 24 hours. You will be notified via email when your results are ready. You must continue to quarantine while you wait to receive your results. 

covid-19 testing pod from Project Screen
Covid-19 PCR Testing Pod from Project Screen

If your results are negative, you can end your quarantine

If you receive negative results for your Test to Release test, and have quarantined for five full days, you can end your self-isolation. If your results are positive, you will need to quarantine for another 10 days, starting from the day after you took the test, or from when you first had symptoms, if that is earlier. Remember, even if you leave quarantine early, you must complete your day 8 test from the mandatory Travel Testing Package. So, if you decide to use the Test to Release scheme, you will be doing 3 Covid tests in total on day 2, day 5 and day 8 after arriving in England. 

So in summary – follow these four simple steps:

  1. Book your Test to Release test before flying to England 
  2. Test on day 5 – either at home with our home test kit or at one of our pop-up Test Pods
  3. Receive your results online within 24 hours of us receiving your sample at our lab
  4. If your results are negative, end your quarantine early!

Why test with Project Screen?

Since April last year, we have been at the forefront of coronavirus testing in the UK and abroad. Our core business’ mission has always been to make complex science and health information accessible via a range of innovation DNA and blood self-collection test kits, via our two consumer brands, DNAfit and CircleDNA. In April 2020, we adapted and evolved into coronavirus testing taking advantage of our laboratory network, scientific expertise, and digital systems to deliver world-leading SARS-CoV-2 testing solutions. We’ve delivered over 1,000,000 tests across multiple sites including the world’s biggest sporting leagues and governing bodies, film and TV productions, and aviation providers. Together, we can get back to work, travel and play!

ba planes grounded at airport

What is Test to Release in 1 Minute?

The Test to Release for International Travel scheme is an optional PCR test that travellers arriving in England, from non-red list countries, can take on day 5 after arriving to reduce their quarantine period. Test to Release is an additional Covid test and does not replace the mandatory day 2 and 8 tests that are also required when arriving in England, as part of the Travel Testing Package. 

Our tests are gold-standard, highest accuracy RT-PCR tests. 

What do you need to do before arriving in England?

  1. Book your Test to Release test – via either an at home test kit or visit one of our Test Pods in England
  2. Enter the order details on your passenger locator form 

What do you need to do once you’ve arrived in England?

  1. Travel to your quarantine address and remain there for a minimum of five full days
  1. Test on day 5 – either at home with our home test kit or at one of our pop-up Test Pods
  2. Receive your results online within 24 hours of us receiving your sample at our lab
  3. If your results are negative, end your quarantine early!
walk up covid testing at a pod

About the Guided Self Swab method at Testing Pods

A new testing model; towards simplicity in 2021 for travel, work and events

“It would be an understatement to say my team was busy in 2020” said my new colleague, Hilly, as we introduced ourselves. It was my first day at Prenetics. I joined a session to plan for 2021, in what seemed to be a rare opportunity to look up and ahead for this team.

What I heard on in that session was:

  1. Our elite sport and film production clients are happy with the Covid-19 testing provided on their sites, but staff have asked for access to widespread locations.
  2. When travel, leisure and workplace activity increases, many more people will need safe and convenient covid tests, but a return of crowding and queues might actually make safety even more of a concern.
  3. Some customers feel information overload just trying to find a private coronavirus test, let alone watching a sample collection video and trying to organise a courier during a busy postal period. It’s not easy – certainly not the ideal start to a holiday or workday.

Local green testing pods

What if I could carry out a test near me, rather than queuing at the airport or in a crowded travel clinic? How can I avoid the effort of reading a hastily-made website, losing my confirmation email and forgetting how to provide my sample correctly. We set out to make testing easy by building a dream digital journey and taking the thinking out of providing a sample.

Key differences testing at a pod

Open-air

Drive up or walk up to the outdoor space. We know fresh air reduces transmission. For some of us on the team, it just feels better to not be indoors with other people who are getting tested.

Low-contact, digital journey

Book a test online from up to 190 time slots per day, create an account with your details only once, then forget about everything other than a QR code. The pod managers are behind glass and don’t touch your phone, so there couldn’t be less human contact.

Easy self-swab-and-drop

If I’m going to cough from the swab, I would prefer to be doing it myself. The magic is, the pod manager is guiding me step by step to make sure it’s done properly. It’s really worth trying the combination of controlling your own swab with someone else doing the thinking for you.

Our courier, Our lab

Again, do you want to read from 10 different sample return options or just leave the pod knowing that we’ve already organised for our courier to go directly to the lab at the end of each day.

covid 19 testing pod by project screen
The Guided Self Swab method, available at Project Screen’s Covid 19 Testing Pods

National testing network

There were six weeks from the idea session to launching the first pods at Reading and Dartford, in England. Ten pods are ready to open at our next sites, then up to 30 and all the way to 300 covid testing pods throughout the UK. This is the contribution for summer holidays, getting back to work and attending events. Keep an eye out for more test pod locations popping up in the coming weeks.

Passenger Planes grounded

What is the Travel Testing Package in 1 Minute

The UK Government requires all international travellers arriving in England, from non-red list countries, to take two coronavirus tests on arrival on day 2 and day 8 after arrival, via a Travel Testing Package, bought from a private provider. The tests are to help detect any new Covid-19 variants that might be entering the UK from abroad. 

Our tests are gold-standard, highest accuracy RT-PCR tests and we cover the cost of any required genetic sequencing if your day 2 test results are positive.

What do you need to do before arriving in England?

  1. Order your Travel Testing Package to your quarantine address
  2. Add your order’s booking reference on your passenger locator form 

What do you need to do once you’ve arrived in England?

  1. Travel to your quarantine address and remain there for 10 days (the day you arrive in England is day 0)
  2. Receive your two Covid-19 tests on or before day 2 of your quarantine by post
  3. Take the tests on day 2 and day 8 following the easy-to-follow instructions provided in the kit box
  4. Send your samples to our laboratory using the pre-paid envelopes provided
  5. End your quarantine if both day 2 and day 8 results are negative and you’ve quarantined for 10 days

Oh, and by the way, you can end your quarantine early by doing an extra PCR test on day 5, as part of the Test to Release scheme. Find out more about that here. 

passenger plane arriving back to the UK

What is the Travel Testing Package: Day 2 and Day 8

If you are anything like me – a lover of all things travelling, exploring, and holidaying – I’m sure you’ve also got the 17th May on your mind at the moment. I’m dreaming about where I’ll hopefully be able to travel to over summer… Greece, Italy, Spain? All of the above? Yes please!

As it is currently illegal to travel abroad for holidays from England, the UK Government’s roadmap for exiting lockdown states that we’ll find out more about global travel restrictions on April 12th, with international travel restrictions from England not being lifted until 17th May at the earliest. 

While I’m extremely hopeful that we will all be able to go abroad in a few months, we need to remember the impact of our holidays last summer, where our travelling caused a new wave of covid infections. This year, with the added worry of the different variants to think about, we need to travel as responsibly and as safely as possible. 

The UK Government has said that the rollout of the vaccine is essential to determining whether we’ll be able to have a summer holiday. We believe that widespread covid testing is as important as the vaccine for many reasons, including the uncertainties of whether the vaccines help to reduce the transmission of coronavirus, whether the vaccines protect us from the foreign variants of covid, and also the fact many young people will not have received one or both doses of the vaccine before September.

This is where the Travel Testing Package comes into play! 

On 15th February, the UK Government announced that all international travellers arriving in England are required to:

  • take two coronavirus tests on day 2 and day 8 via a Travel Testing Package
  • quarantine for 10 days
  • and follow the national lockdown rules

The Travel Testing Package is for international travellers arriving in England from countries that are not on the UK’s travel ban red list. Travellers should follow separate guidance if they have been in OR through a country where travel to the UK is banned. You should follow separate advice if you need to quarantine in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland.

What do you need to do before travelling to England?

The UK government requires travellers to book and pay for a Travel Testing Package from a private provider, like from us, at Project Screen. Similarly to when the UK Government launched the Test to Release scheme on 15th December 2020, we have been included as one of the initial UK Gov approved private providers for the Travel Testing Package. 

The Package will include two COVID-19 tests to be taken on day 2 and day 8 of your quarantine, for variant surveillance purposes. Travellers must complete a passenger locator form at least 48 hours before arriving, with the details of where you will be quarantining when you arrive, and the Travel Testing Package booking reference number. After placing your order, you’ll find the reference number for your package on the Order Confirmation screen of our app. You will also receive an Order Confirmation email that includes your reference number. 

Now you’ve arrived in England… what next?

Passenger Planes grounded

When you arrive in England, you must travel directly to the place you are staying and not leave until at least 10 days have passed. The day you arrive in England is treated as day 0 of your quarantine period. 

We will send your Travel Testing Package via Royal Mail Tracked 24 to the address on your order, please make sure this is the address for where you are quarantining. We dispatch the two test kits to arrive on or before day 2 of your quarantine, assuming you have placed your order at least 3 business days before arriving in England. 

It’s day 2 of your quarantine, so it’s time to take your first COVID-19 test…

Our COVID-19 tests are gold-standard, highest accuracy RT-PCR tests. We provide everything you need for a stress-free sample collection. After activating your kit, you’ll find simple, easy-to-follow instructions for how to complete your self-collection coronavirus test in around 30 seconds. The test is a swab-based sample collection method that collects cells from the back of the throat and the nose, to help diagnose whether you are currently infected with coronavirus. 

Seal your swab and place the completed swab in the clear sample bag and pop everything into the Return Mailer. We have multiple options for how you can post your sample to our laboratory for analysis – you can learn more about our sample return options here. We recommend using the free Royal Mail return mailer which you can drop off at a priority postbox found across England, for collection Monday to Saturday. 

Once we’ve received your sample at our laboratory, we will analyse your swab, and provide your results securely online within 24 hours. You will be notified via email when your results are ready. 

If your day 2 results are positive, we will undertake further analysis of your sample for variant detection. Don’t worry, we sort and cover the cost of the genomic sequencing if it is required. You must quarantine for 10 days beginning the day after the test was taken, so this means until day 13. If you get a positive result from your day 2 test, you do not need to complete the day 8 test.

If your results are negative, we move on to your second COVID-19 test on day 8… 

For your day 8 COVID-19 test, you simply need to follow the same procedure as day 2 for completing your self-collection swab, posting the sample to our lab, and waiting to receive your results. If you receive a positive result from your day 8 test you will need to quarantine until day 19. 

However, if you’ve quarantined for 10 days and got negative COVID-19 results for both your day 2 and day 8 tests, you may leave the place where you are quarantining and get back to living your life!

Now, I’m sure you’re wondering about the Test to Release scheme and how that fits in with this package? 

Travellers can still use the Test to Release for international travel scheme, which allows you to take an additional PCR Covid test on day 5 of your quarantine. With Project Screen, you can select between doing a Test to Release test via our at-home test kit or by booking a test at one of our test pods, which are popping up at multiple locations in England. If your day 2 and day 5 results are negative, you can end your quarantine period early. You still will need to do the second Travel Testing Package test on day 8. This means in total if you decide to use the Test to Release scheme, you will be doing 3 Covid tests in total on day 2, day 5 and day 8. 

So in summary – follow these six simple steps:

  1. Order your Travel Testing Package before flying to England
  2. Receive your 2 covid tests on or before day 2 of quarantine
  3. Test on day 2 and day 8 and post your samples to our lab for analysis
  4. Receive your results within 24hrs 
  5. End your self-isolation if both day 2 and day 8 results are negative and you’ve quarantined for 10 days
  6. You can end your quarantine early by doing an extra PCR test as part of the Test to Release scheme

Why test with Project Screen?

Since April last year, we have been at the forefront of coronavirus testing in the UK and abroad. Our core business’ mission has always been to make complex science and health information accessible via a range of innovation DNA and blood self-collection test kits, via our two consumer brands, DNAfit and CircleDNA. In April 2020, we adapted and evolved into coronavirus testing taking advantage of our laboratory network, scientific expertise, and digital systems to deliver world-leading SARS-CoV-2 testing solutions. We’ve delivered over 1,000,000 tests across multiple sites including the world’s biggest sporting leagues and governing bodies, film and TV productions, and aviation providers. Together, we can get back to work, travel and play!

covid-19 swab test on driver

Buying a Covid 19 test? Read this first

“I’ve done pretty much every Covid test out there in Europe and North America. It has taken me hours of research to make sense of what’s out there. For me anyway, the best for travel was the LAMP test at Heathrow, because I could complete the test on the day of my flight. And the easiest test was in the US – there are pop-up booths that are quicker than clinics or a home kit.”

This is a quote from when I spoke to my friend, Jivan, before the latest national lockdown. I realised how many testing options were out there and how hard it would be to decide with confidence. That’s a problem, especially considering that the test results really matter. Another friend I spoke to needed a test result on time in order to complete her emigration to Australia which had been 3 years in the making. Not to mention other risks we’ve become familiar with.

Why is choosing and trusting a covid test so complicated?

Any product that involves scientific technology requires concentration to understand. It’s not as easy as buying a sandwich or a pair of shoes. A lot of the information is new and changing, meaning there’s a learning curve which can seem long, particularly if a new rule is announced by an organisation or government. Having said that, coronavirus testing technology is more established now than it was a year ago, which is hopefully a good sign if or when we need tests for work, leisure and travel.

Where to start?

Whilst it’s tempting to jump straight in by searching online for private test providers, we’d advise taking a step back by finding what’s required by relevant authorities. In the UK, this is found on the UK government’s website which explains testing rules for different situations. If there’s another authority involved, such as an airline for your flight ticket, a company contact for your return to a workplace, or an event owner for your sports match, be sure to read their website FAQs alongside government guidelines.

COVID 19 testing for traveling to and from the UK
Looking to travel to and from the UK? Explore your COVID 19 testing options first.

What am I looking for?

Remember you don’t need to choose a test provider until you know what you’re looking for. Comparing providers before you know what you need is a one way path to information overload. Instead, try to specify what you need using a form like this one:

Has the government specified what
type of test I need?
Yes / No PCR / LAMP /
Lateral Flow
Has another authority 
specified what type of test I need?
Yes / No PCR / LAMP /
Lateral Flow
Are free government tests available near
me for the type of test I need?
Yes
Besides the type of test, are there timing
requirements to my sample collection
and result?
Yes24 hours result
48-72 hours from
sample collection
Do I have personal preferences for how to
provide my sample?
YesI want to drive
I’d rather walk
I’d rather do it at home
I like the idea of a nurse

If there’s no information from the government or another authority on which type test you need, have a look at our explanation of covid test types for help. 

I know what I need. I want to compare Covid-19 test providers.

We’d suggest finding a shortlist of 2-3 providers so you have enough choice without needing to spend time on too many different brands. Whether you want a lateral flow test next to your office or a PCR test at home within 48 hours of travel, the basic ways to qualify your shortlist is

  1. Covid test type
  2. Timing of sample and results
  3. Preferred sample collection location and method

Once you’ve got a shortlist of providers that definitely offer the test you need, within the time you need it, at the place you want to do it, you can make a final decision based on the extra factors that may be important to you personally. To see these, read our in-depth comparison that we use internally to make sure our products are both clear and attractive to customers.