HoMedics Automatic Deluxe Arm Blood Pressure Monitor £24.99 @ Amazon
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HoMedics Automatic Deluxe Arm Blood Pressure Monitor £24.99 @ Amazon

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Found 14th Dec 2015
We purchased one of these last years on an Amazon lightening deal for £38.86 down from £49.99, but it's now available for £24.99. A fantastic BP machine, and that's coming from a Paramedic.
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I've taken my BP at home for about 20yrs, but have always gone back to Omron. The trouble is after a year or so they go out of calibration so I wait until the Omron M2 basic drops to £10-15 and buy a replacement. I've used other makes but never found them as reliable as Omron. I don't even bother getting an expensive Omron either.
Edited by: "Jaybeam" 14th Dec 2015
I have used a couple of Blood Pressure Monitors including a couple of Omrons which I would vouch for, as I would agree with the suggestion that one only really needs a basic model, however be warned that many (including this one) are supplied with cuffs designed to fit upper arm circumferences from 22cm to 32cm. This is fine for most women, but with the average UK male reportedly having an upper arm circumference of 33cm To 35cm, the cuff is not suited to the majority of adult males. Of course you could pay £10 for the larger cuff, but that makes the unit pricier still.

Most recently I bought the Duronic BPM150 for £19.99 with a cuff size of 22cm To 42cm and chucked in deodorant to get free delivery. So far I am pleased with ease of use and results as the results mirror my doctors findings and I see the expected rises and falls based on my active state.

amazon.co.uk/Dur…324
Edited by: "Baldricky" 14th Dec 2015
There's one you can connect to iPhones for around £10+ they're very accurate and it's good to see your pressure/pulse trend visually on a graph
cabbagekitten

There's one you can connect to iPhones for around £10+ they're very … There's one you can connect to iPhones for around £10+ they're very accurate and it's good to see your pressure/pulse trend visually on a graph


Do you have a link?

The only upper arm Bluetooth or iPhone compatible cuffs I am aware of are made by Withings and QardioArm, which are indeed £10+ .... £10 plus about another £50+
cabbagekitten

There's one you can connect to iPhones for around £10+ they're very … There's one you can connect to iPhones for around £10+ they're very accurate and it's good to see your pressure/pulse trend visually on a graph



Can you please post the link to that?
I have got one from boots which I have been using for many years. That is not bad but I think now it is out of calibration. Does anybody know how to reclaribrate them?
HoMedics sounds like a series of porn films.

"Oooh, his blood pressure is dropping..."

"Zip....."
Managed to pick up a Medisana blood pressure monitor in Lidl yesterday for £10. Not sure if it's any good, but it seems to have all the relevant certifications. And it worked when I tired it out.
michaelb1967

I have got one from boots which I have been using for many years. That is … I have got one from boots which I have been using for many years. That is not bad but I think now it is out of calibration. Does anybody know how to reclaribrate them?


This is the reason I posted I get a cheap Omron and change from time to time. You have to send back to manufacturer for recalibrating - the time and cost makes not worthwhile in my opinion
seanyseansean

HoMedics sounds like a series of porn films."Oooh, his blood pressure is … HoMedics sounds like a series of porn films."Oooh, his blood pressure is dropping...""Zip....."



And...

"We need to take a DNA sample"
*Zip*
Baldricky

Do you have a link?The only upper arm Bluetooth or iPhone compatible … Do you have a link?The only upper arm Bluetooth or iPhone compatible cuffs I am aware of are made by Withings and QardioArm, which are indeed £10+ .... £10 plus about another £50+



I bought one of these from Lloyds, was very cheap no idea if they still have any stock.
Qman

I bought one of these from Lloyds, was very cheap no idea if they still … I bought one of these from Lloyds, was very cheap no idea if they still have any stock.


Great ..... All we need now is the manufacturers name and model number?
Baldricky

Great ..... All we need now is the manufacturers name and model number?



It is the ihealth BP3 its now over £50 on Amazon, wish I had bought a number so I could resell. amazon.co.uk/iHe…bp3

Oh and the one I got has the larger Ipad connector which the older Ipads used.
Edited by: "Qman" 16th Dec 2015
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