Omron MX2 Digital Automatic Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor was £44 now 15.50 with free delivery @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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This deal is for health conscious people and people who wish to monitor Blood pressure at home.
Nice piece of kit at an affordable price and great reviews.I am sure will help a few people here.
Features
Fully automatic upper arm blood pressure monitor
Alternating blood pressure and pulse display
Automatic shut down after 5 mins to save battery life
Error message function
Clinically validated
Product Description
Manufacturer's Description
The MX2 Basic is a fully automatic upper arm blood pressure monitor which is clinically validated to ensure accuracy. This basic unit is suitable for use at home and offers comfortable, quick and accurate readings when monitoring your blood pressure yourself.
Box Contains
MX2 Basic Monitor

Medium cuff 22-32 cm

Instruction manual

4 x AA batteries
Product Description
The Omron MX2 is the economy line in Omron's fully automatic blood pressure monitor range. It comes complete with a standard size cuff (22cm-32cm arm circumference) and has an alternating BP/Pulse display.
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#1
does anyone know the difference between this and M2 Compact ?
1 Like #2
Not much difference. M2 compact says it can give u an idea of irregular pulse (heart beat) a condition called as atrial fibrillation. Thats the only difference. Both have good reviews but M2 compact is 3 quid more
#3
nhskbhatia003
Not much difference. M2 compact says it can give u an idea of irregular pulse (heart beat) a condition called as atrial fibrillation. Thats the only difference. Both have good reviews but M2 compact is 3 quid more


cheers mate, repped
1 Like #4
Only medium cuff... which isn't very medium, be useless for me, or in fact 2 out of 3 in my household!
Double the cost if you need a small or large cuff :-(

The Lloyds machines come with option of cuff size for the price, and are British Hypertension Society approved which this isn't:
eg. for £14.99 http://www.lloydspharmacy.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?catalogId=1008&storeId=90&productId=339455&langId=-1&parent_category_rn=18360&top=&top_category=&fromPage=&hotspot_prefix=ELECTRICALS
(postage would be extra if you can't get to a shop)
#5
nihcaj
Only medium cuff... which isn't very medium, be useless for me, or in fact 2 out of 3 in my household!
Double the cost if you need a small or large cuff :-(

The Lloyds machines come with option of cuff size for the price, and are British Hypertension Society approved which this isn't:
eg. for £14.99 http://www.lloydspharmacy.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?catalogId=1008&storeId=90&productId=339455&langId=-1&parent_category_rn=18360&top=&top_category=&fromPage=&hotspot_prefix=ELECTRICALS
(postage would be extra if you can't get to a shop)


I was gonna mention the Lloyds farmacy offer. They offer two versions for half price at £15. Bought two of them - quite happy. You can try them first with free blood test they're doing at the pharmacy and see if you like it or not :)
#6
Go for the Omron one - its higher quality and look at all the machins in the hospital they will be Omron. Omron is approved as well by the BHS I think.
#7
The Omron one will be better quality. These are what most doctors surgerys use. The lloyds pharmacy one is probably ok, but omron it aint. A bit like comparing a Bush tv with a panasonic tv.:thumbsup:
#8
MrHappy37
The Omron one will be better quality. These are what most doctors surgerys use. The lloyds pharmacy one is probably ok, but omron it aint. A bit like comparing a Bush tv with a panasonic tv.:thumbsup:


yep Bush wins hands down everytime :whistling:
#9
Bought this a few months ago for £14 from amazon.Gives readings fairly consistant with ones done at the doctors.
#10
User X
I was gonna mention the Lloyds farmacy offer. They offer two versions for half price at £15. Bought two of them - quite happy. You can try them first with free blood test they're doing at the pharmacy and see if you like it or not :)


My dad went there last week and they asked if he wanted a blood pressure test, so he said yeh, so anyway he ended up filling in a form for diabetes???, by mistake till they noticed, then the next one they asked if he smoked, he said no, and on the form they have it saying yes, the occasion pipe???. i mean, does anyone even smoke a pipe anymore, nice place, but think the person was having a bad day that day :w00t:
#11
kevw
yep Bush wins hands down everytime :whistling:


Oh go on then, buy the lloyds one, you know you want to:thumbsup::-D

Joking aside, everyone should have one of these in the family as high blood pressure is a silent killer with hardly any symptoms, except premature death if it goes unchecked for too long.
#12
bigpappa
Go for the Omron one - its higher quality and look at all the machins in the hospital they will be Omron. Omron is approved as well by the BHS I think.


:thumbsup:

http://www.bhsoc.org/bp_monitors/automatic.stm
#13
bigpappa;8614074
Go for the Omron one - its higher quality and look at all the machins in the hospital they will be Omron. Omron is approved as well by the BHS I think.


Not ANY good unless you get the right cuff size for the user
#14
Dunno how much of a deal this is?
Take the £44 with a pinch of salt - Ooooops - NOT if you need one of these. ;-)

Not voting either way but just be aware I bought one a few months ago at ASDA for £9.99.
#15
Very accurate unit.
Seen a fair few doctors and nurses with them.

Shame the cuff isn't big enough... Struggling to find a large cuff :(
#16
Good price. I jsut ordered one. After having bad experiences with the ones that you use in the wrist I will give it a go at this one.

Heat added.
#17
phil-smith.tk;8615797
Very accurate unit.
Seen a fair few doctors and nurses with them.

Shame the cuff isn't big enough... Struggling to find a large cuff :(


Lloyds - you can choose, no extra cost

I have one of their machines with a large cuff
#18
For those who are uncertain on how accurate the machine will be, you can take the monitor to your GP surgery and they will calibrate the machine with their own. If the readings are within +/- 5 mmHg for both systolic and diastolic pressure the machine can be considered accurate for home use. This is also useful for determining if you have something called 'white coat syndrome', where your blood pressure is only high due to anxiety from being around health care professionals. The syndrome is more common than you would think. :thumbsup:
#19
I'm pretty sure I saw the same model in Asda for £12.
#20
Danielj88;8616888
For those who are uncertain on how accurate the machine will be, you can take the monitor to your GP surgery and they will calibrate the machine with their own. If the readings are within +/- 5 mmHg for both systolic and diastolic pressure the machine can be considered accurate for home use. This is also useful for determining if you have something called 'white coat syndrome', where your blood pressure is only high due to anxiety from being around health care professionals. The syndrome is more common than you would think. :thumbsup:


Yes, my Father always suffered from this, although I don't; and even if you don't, after visiting hospital, and having all sorts of hassles getting parked last time, mine was off the scale, as I had no more than about 2 minutes sit after being called in! If I hadn't known where it should be I would have been well spooked byb the one-off reading.

This way at least you know how the trends is going, and WHEN your blood pressure is high or low...... mine is much poorer in the morning, so readings then are more relevant & of more interest to the Doctor.
#21
Just saw the Omron M3 at 35 quid in Costco
#22
Ta, will see if it is the right size for me.
#23
Thanks :)

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