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A&D Medical UA-611 Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor @ 12.23 (Lightening Deal @ Amazon)
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A&D Medical UA-611 Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor @ 12.23 (Lightening Deal @ Amazon)

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Posted 29th Nov 2019

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The UA-611 utilizes the latest 3rd generation technology from A&D,

with an easy one button operation incorporating the advantage of

automatic fuzzy logic controlled inflation including the Irregular heart

beat (IHB) feature.

The UA-611 is supplied with the Latex and metal free, SlimFit Cuff (22-32cm) giving the user a more comfortable experience.

An additional 31-45 cm SlimFit Large cuff option (Latex and metal free) can be ordered from the Amazon website.



The UA-611 is clinically validated to the world recognized European

Hypertension Society (ESH) guidelines so the user can have confidence in

their readings.

The average value feature of the stored data

(up to 30 readings) along with the WHO Blood pressure classification

indictor allows the user to better control their management program.



A&D have been a leading provider of medical devices for both home

healthcare and healthcare professionals worldwide since 1979.

The quality of the UA-611 allows A&D to offer the user a 5 Year warranty (excluding batteries and Cuff).



The UA-611 provides the user a leading cost effective solution with the

reassurance of advanced technology and ESH clinical validation

Box Contains

UA-611 Automatic Blood Pressure MonitorLatex and Metal Free, SlimFit Cuff (22-32 cm)Instruction Manual4 x AA Batteries
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Nice price! Bought
How much do these go for normal price
SoccerAm29/11/2019 02:16

How much do these go for normal price


On average, this model ... £16.
need this to cope with Black Friday.
I bought this last year after reading some good reviews. Reading on this and on my doctor’s OMRON(looks over £100) differ significantly. Don’t know who to trust!
1ks29/11/2019 09:56

I bought this last year after reading some good reviews. Reading on this …I bought this last year after reading some good reviews. Reading on this and on my doctor’s OMRON(looks over £100) differ significantly. Don’t know who to trust!


BP is extremely variable. You are likely to get different readings when you're at your doctors due to whitecoat syndrome.

You will even get variability throughout the day and night.

The best way to accurate BP readings is an ambulatory BP monitor which straps on to your arm for 24 hours. This is what primary care use and is in the national recommended guidelines for diagnosing hypertension.
I'd been looking for a small wrist one to keep in my gym bag, & A&D seemed to have one where size & cost looked good.

However with this one, what initially seems a good price becomes a fail when you see its over £17 to add for the "non girly arm" 31-45cm cuff.

I have had 3 monitors so far. An uncertified cheapo from Lloyds that at ten years on was still over reading by 5mmhg on each when compared to my doc's. One from Lidl that works with my phone, but the "fits all" cuff was too small. Then a certified Omron M7 Intelli IT 360 which when I took to the docs for a comparison, he said he should be calibrating his off mine.

The Omron normally costs over £60, but today is £44-45 on Amazon & its one of the best you can get (93% give it 4 or 5 stars).

amazon.co.uk/pro…I7S

If anyone has any questions about this one, its in my bag & hopefully I can answer them for you.
Edited by: "ibiza" 29th Nov 2019
1ks29/11/2019 09:56

I bought this last year after reading some good reviews. Reading on this …I bought this last year after reading some good reviews. Reading on this and on my doctor’s OMRON(looks over £100) differ significantly. Don’t know who to trust!


Trust the doctors they are calibrated. Tried this some time ago and not accurate with GP and my Omron!
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