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Beurer Blood Pressure Monitor BC20 @ Readers Digest - £9.99

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banned5y, 6m agoFound 5 years, 6 months ago
Was £39.99

High blood pressure, or hypertension, affects over 16 million people in the UK, and the higher an individual’s blood pressure,
the greater the risk of stroke or heart attack. Measuring your blood pressure at home with the Beurer blood pressure monitor
can help you keep in control and warn you on those crucial occasions when you need to rest or even seek help.

It's easy to use – simply place the cuff on your wrist and press the button! You can read the result immediately afterwards. The large LCD display makes the measurements easy to read, while the automatic pressure pre-selection and deflation add comfort.
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banned#1
http://shop.readersdigest.co.uk/images/080189bloodpressure_150.gif

Or pretend it's a big watch
#2
Ordered bags from these guys, never delivered but had conf, took ages and ages to get a hold of them on the 0871 number, one person said it will be here, waited another 2 weeks then on hold for 20 min, only to be told tough no more in stock and refunded me, rude staff and cost me more in phone calls than the bags I ordered.

STAY AWAY, others had the same problem when the bags were posted on here
banned#3
canada16
Ordered bags from these guys, never delivered but had conf, took ages and ages to get a hold of them on the 0871 number, one person said it will be here, waited another 2 weeks then on hold for 20 min, only to be told tough no more in stock and refunded me, rude staff and cost me more in phone calls than the bags I ordered.

STAY AWAY, others had the same problem when the bags were posted on here


This isn't a bag!
#4
Wrist blood pressure monitors are not considered to be very accurate - you are better off going for an upper arm type - Omron ones have been very cheap on Amazon lately and will be clinically validated (your GP will be more likely to accept your home readings).
banned#5
It is only £10 though for a little bit of fun!

I think anyone seriously thinking of having their blood pressure checked, they should go to someone who knows what they're doing.
#6
happy1 is right, wrist ones generally give extremely inaccurate readings..... better off going for one of the upper arm variety.
#7
I think its great that you have posted as everyone should be having their BP checked, however, many people suffer from 'white coat syndrome' (seriously !).....this is where BP readings are higher when its checked by a clinician (as people get anxious about having BP measured). Home readings with a clinically validated monitor is the way to go, for accurate readings. Most health professionals use automatic monitors these days anyway. The Omron ones are only 17-18 quid anyway, so not expensive.
#8
happy1
Wrist blood pressure monitors are not considered to be very accurate - you are better off going for an upper arm type - Omron ones have been very cheap on Amazon lately and will be clinically validated (your GP will be more likely to accept your home readings).


I have a Omron one on loan from my GP @ the moment
banned#9
seriously!
#10
I bought an Omron one which was on here a month ago through Amazon and it's by far better than this one, I paid £13.75 My advice would be wait till the Omron is on here again then grab one.
banned#11
billybongo48
I bought an Omron one which was on here a month ago through Amazon and it's by far better than this one, I paid £13.75 My advice would be wait till the Omron is on here again then grab one.


Have you tried this one, how inaccurate was it?
#12
Sorry to butt-in but as its a clinically validated monitor it will be very accurate - accurate enough for your GP to use. I posted the deal he bought off!!

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billybongo48
I bought an Omron one which was on here a month ago through Amazon and it's by far better than this one, I paid £13.75 My advice would be wait till the Omron is on here again then grab one.


Have you tried this one, how inaccurate was it?
banned#13
happy1
Sorry to butt-in but as its a clinically validated monitor it will be very accurate - accurate enough for your GP to use. I posted the deal he bought off!!

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billybongo48
I bought an Omron one which was on here a month ago through Amazon and it's by far better than this one, I paid £13.75 My advice would be wait till the Omron is on here again then grab one.


Have you tried this one, how inaccurate was it?


Not that one, this one.
#14
My wife has tried it and found it a little harder to use than a wrist one, but feels it's worth it to hopefully get a more accurate reading, As the old wrist one has packed in I have nothing to compare it with unless we check it with a monitor in our doctors surgery.
Sorry I can't help anymore than this.

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