Clearblue DIGITAL Pregnancy Test ~ £4.68 @ Tesco! (Halfprice) - HotUKDeals
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The Clearblue Digital Pregnancy Test is the easiest, clearest pregnancy test kit on the market. No more peering at feint lines trying to guess if they are dark enough. Now the message is clear. Either Pregnant or Not Pregnant, spelled out in words on the test.

Simply pee on the absorbent sampler for 5 seconds, wait for less than 3 minutes and you will know if you are pregnant or not. Clearblue recommend waiting until the day that your period is due, however the new Digital Test from Clearblue is sensitive enough to give results up to 4 days before your period is due.
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Thanks for the post. I would recommend going here http://www.homehealth-uk.com/medical/pregnancy-tests.htm 10 high sensitivity tests for £1.99 with First Class delivery. The Ultra Early 10mIU/mL tests can be used up to 4 days before your first day of missed period. :)
#2
dont think the link 'go to deal' is working to well!!!
#3
martybhoy
dont think the link 'go to deal' is working to well!!!


It's the website ~ been like it for a while now!
:x
#4
i got 35 of the tests they use at the doctor off ebay for 3.50 yeah i know who woulduse 35 tests i give some of them away and they have long expiry date on them so will last a while but this is a good price fothis one tho very trusting test
#5
The high sensitivity tests i got all showed negative result. Am now 12 weeks pregnant! Wouldn't use them again, would go straight for this one! Voted hot!
#6
Well, I paid £12.50 for 2 of these from Tesco. Both said (on the day my period was due and the day after) that I was not pregnant. First response however said I was pregnant from 2 days before my period was due. I was really hacked of and consider them a complete waste of money. I thought the digital would give me a clear answer, it did, the wrong one.
I would buy First Response. Much more accurate.
#7
I (or rather my partner) used a poundland one (either 2 or 3 tests for a £1). Worked perfectly - we now have a beautiful baby daughter!
#8
Anyone who may think these are expensive, wait till you actually have the kid. Nappies, sterilizing stuff, zero sleep and zillions of baby wipes....now theres expense for ya! Worth every penny though:thumbsup:
#9
Dealextreme to pregnancy tests too - apparently very accurate too according to one poster to their forums who's sister is a doctor.
#10
No idea why anyone would need a digital read out on a pregnancy test kit - utterly bizarre!
#11
Believe it or not, some people have trouble reading the lines! Never used one myself but good deal for those who prefer them.
#12
nathankw
I (or rather my partner) used a poundland one (either 2 or 3 tests for a £1). Worked perfectly - we now have a beautiful baby daughter!



Totally agree with this, in fact the strip test sold at Pound land etc are identical to the ones GPs use. All pregnancy tests check for the level of HCG in urine so there's very little difference. I used these with my first two children and have just been for my first scan for my third (and final) baby.:-D

It is a very good price, for this though, considering the the usual retail price. Heat and repped :)
#13
cheekyoldcow
Believe it or not, some people have trouble reading the lines! Never used one myself but good deal for those who prefer them.


So how did people cope before the (entirely unnecessary) advent of these digital ones I wonder?:whistling:
banned#14
heat tells me how many babies on the way lol
#15
savagevixen
Well, I paid £12.50 for 2 of these from Tesco. Both said (on the day my period was due and the day after) that I was not pregnant. First response however said I was pregnant from 2 days before my period was due. I was really hacked of and consider them a complete waste of money. I thought the digital would give me a clear answer, it did, the wrong one.
I would buy First Response. Much more accurate.


I'm the other way round, First Responce said I wasn't and these said I was! We are all different I guess!
#16
We used one of these a few months ago, worked well and gave us a massive shock!! lol :w00t:



My wife now has a beautiful bump :)
#17
Good deal just in time for the Christmas party season :thumbsup:
#18
potfish
Good deal just in time for the Christmas party season :thumbsup:


This.

If you honestly think you'll sit on the loo arguing about the clarity of whether you can see 2 lines or not, spend the extra on this. But if not, the multipack from Poundland will give you the same news... :whistling:
#19
i can't find them at that price online!
#20
cheekyoldcow
Believe it or not, some people have trouble reading the lines! Never used one myself but good deal for those who prefer them.


Surely anyone who is unable to differentiate between one line (neagative) and two (positive) should seriously consider there ability to look after children?????????????:roll:
#21
It is very easy to say that you can see if it is one or two lines until you get the test and you have one very clear and a very VERY pale second line.
I ended up asking my sister-in-law to do one so I can compare and see if there is a second line.

there was :) and I have a beautiful boy now :)
#22
Elfa
It is very easy to say that you can see if it is one or two lines until you get the test and you have one very clear and a very VERY pale second line.
I ended up asking my sister-in-law to do one so I can compare and see if there is a second line.

there was :) and I have a beautiful boy now :)


The thing is you do not get false positives, so if you can see two lines, even if the second line is faint, then it is positive. A weak second line generally just means that your pregnancy is very early stage.
#23
lynnexxxo
The thing is you do not get false positives, so if you can see two lines, even if the second line is faint, then it is positive. A weak second line generally just means that your pregnancy is very early stage.


Indeed - it states such in the instructions...
#24
lynnexxxo
Surely anyone who is unable to differentiate between one line (neagative) and two (positive) should seriously consider there ability to look after children?????????????:roll:



:-D Absolutely!!

Incidentally, I got the cheapy homehealth ones mentioned in the first post and it worked 3 days before my period.

I haven't voted either way - much more expensive than others available, but if you can't tell the difference between one line and two, then I suppose it's a good deal......

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