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Salter Blood Pressure Monitor £7.50 @ Asda

£7.50 @ George (Asda George)
At Warrington Asda instore. May be at other Asda stores too. Felt it to be a good price for the stuff that's in the box! Read More
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At Warrington Asda instore. May be at other Asda stores too. Felt it to be a good price for the stuff that's in the box!
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banned#1
wrist or arm??
6 Likes #2
With a name like Salter it seems very appropriate that they need to check their blood pressure. Anyone told them the latest too much salt is bad for the heart? :p
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plunet
With a name like Salter it seems very appropriate that they need to check their blood pressure. Anyone told them the latest too much salt is bad for the heart? :p


Ha ha
oO
#4
seen this in my asda pharmacy (Cumbernauld) the other day. brilliant price.
#5
randomdude12
wrist or arm??

Arm. You get a cuff with it.

I got one a few months ago when I saw the deal on here. My BP was up when I'd been for a health check with the GP, so when I saw this deal I got one. I test mine occasionally for peace of mind, thankfully the high recording was a one off.
#6
good find op, heat added
#7
randomdude12
wrist or arm??


Arm cuff. Also comes with 2 memory settings that store 15 reading each so 30 readings can be stored.
#8
plunet
With a name like Salter it seems very appropriate that they need to check their blood pressure. Anyone told them the latest too much salt is bad for the heart? :p


Classic X)
#9
I got one of them some time ago. The arm cuff is huge. There was no chance to fit my arm, I have returned it. If you are skinny don't buy.
#10
Really really good deal this, thanks poster. ASDA claim they sell it as a no profit item for the good of the world. fair enough
#11
Need one for my sister. She never controlls her temper. It affects her blood pressure.
#14
Heat added.
#15
Picked one up today.
Great VFM but just wish I didn't have the need to use it :(
#16
Seen at this price for over 2 months in Hunts Cross Asda chemists.
#17
Why do people need these things? Working for the emergency services I've had so many calls from people saying their BP is too high. 'how are you feeling?' ' I'm ok'
#18
morrig
Seen at this price for over 2 months in Hunts Cross Asda chemists.


Same, I've seen it for a few months in Harrogate.
#19
cold - none in my local
#20
Moonmonkeys
Why do people need these things? Working for the emergency services I've had so many calls from people saying their BP is too high. 'how are you feeling?' ' I'm ok'


Working for the emergency services then you will know their is a difference between controlled and uncontrolled. This gives those educated a chance to monitor it or simply for interested in health and sport.

Uncontrolled High blood pressure increases a persons stroke risk between 4-6 times that of someone without.

High blood pressure is often a symptomless.
#21
This would have been useful a couple of days ago for me when reading all the "how many individual items do I need to buy?" and "how does this deal work?" posts in the Tesco pizza/Gu deal.
#22
galidimitrova
I got one of them some time ago. The arm cuff is huge. There was no chance to fit my arm, I have returned it. If you are skinny don't buy.


Looking for something to bang my head...
What a genius comment.
#23
princeprecious
galidimitrova
I got one of them some time ago. The arm cuff is huge. There was no chance to fit my arm, I have returned it. If you are skinny don't buy.
Looking for something to bang my head...
What a genius comment.

Why is that a stupid comment? I have been using my sisters monitor and the band is far too small for my arm. The band says that it covers 24-36cms... This one has a cuff designed to go from from 30-42cm.. So if someone is "skinny" and has small arms (less than 30cm), then it won't fit.

So its an absolutely valid point.. if you have small arms, this won't fit!
#24
Hi. I'm from Warrington and trying to find this. Where exactly can I find this in the store?
#25
Burningsoul08
Hi. I'm from Warrington and trying to find this. Where exactly can I find this in the store?

There's a chemist in my local store and they were on a stand by the till.
#26
Burningsoul08
Hi. I'm from Warrington and trying to find this. Where exactly can I find this in the store?


By the wall near the Pharmacy. Ask the person at the Pharmacy till.

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