Koogeek Smart Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor £12.99 w/promo Prime / £17.48 Non Prime @ Amazon - Sold by HOME-Victory and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Koogeek Smart Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor £12.99 w/promo Prime / £17.48 Non Prime @ Amazon - Sold by HOME-Victory and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 8th Jun
Great price delivered for one of these, currently on sale for £25.99 but if you redeem the on site promo or use code AR98XW87 it discounts the price by 50% bringing it down to just £12.99!

Decent reviews across the net

Koogeek Smart Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor

With easy one-press operation, Koogeek Smart Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor enables you to get accurate systolic and diastolic blood pressure readings and heart rate quickly. It can store up to 99 sets of data, allowing you to review your blood pressure trends easily.

Track Your Blood Pressure via Free App - All measurement data can be tracked to Koogeek app via Bluetooth. It allows up to 16 users to monitor and track their readings separately in the stored memory and works with both Apple and Android devices.

Irregular Heart Rate Detection - Detect your heart rate while your blood pressure is being measured. If an irregular heart rate is detected, an indicator icon will appear to alert you.

Alarm Clock - Users can set the alarm clock to remind themselves to measure blood pressure or take medicine on time.


Large LCD Screen Display

Designed with large font and voice prompt to display measurement results, providing convenience for all users.

Average Data

In the off state, press the button of average to see the measurement average of the last three times. Hold and press the button of average to see the average of the last hour, last day, last 7 days, last 30 days.

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2 AAA batteries included

The monitor is powered by 2 AAA batteries that are included with each purchase.

Note:
To achieve an accurate blood pressure reading, please place the cuff around your left wrist, and the device needs to be level with your heart.

Seller Warranty:

- 30 Day Money Back Guarantee

- 18 Months Replacement Warranty

- Lifetime Product Support Gurantee

- 100% Customer Satisfaction
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Yep, worked. Thanks for this, from tomorrow I will be able to read out my blood pressure and worry about it...
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Careful about getting a wrist BP monitor if you are after a BP monitor, they are reputedly not as accurate as upper-arm ones.
Keep an eye out for other sellers for the A&D UA-611 Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor £15.50 at the moment, I managed to pick one of those up for £13.50 the other day, so not too bad compared to this - although no app. Not sure how good it is but they claim to be Clinically validated which has got to mean something..
Edited by: "kerridge0" 8th Jun
i have both, upper arm and this one and the readings are +/- less than 5%

excellent piece of kit at this price
lazyfatboy6 m ago

Careful about getting a wrist BP monitor if you are after a BP monitor, …Careful about getting a wrist BP monitor if you are after a BP monitor, they are reputedly not as accurate as upper-arm ones.


I have one & have had no problems at all with accuracy - I was a NHS nurse for over 20yrs, so am quite wary with health products
Anyone that buys, just remember that you don't wear it like a watch; the face of the machine sits on your wrist the other way round if you get my drift. ;-)
I think I'd stick to one that has been validated:

bihsoc.org/bp-…se/
Edited by: "Stompa" 8th Jun
I took my wrist one, a cheapo from Lidl many years ago, and a decent upper arm Omron one to the quacks when I went for a blood check and they were all pretty much identical.
Edited by: "b1g1an" 8th Jun
Yep, worked. Thanks for this, from tomorrow I will be able to read out my blood pressure and worry about it...
lazyfatboy46 m ago

Careful about getting a wrist BP monitor if you are after a BP monitor, …Careful about getting a wrist BP monitor if you are after a BP monitor, they are reputedly not as accurate as upper-arm ones.


I have both and the readings are about the same.
wishihadadonkey4 h, 36 m ago

I have one & have had no problems at all with accuracy - I was a NHS nurse …I have one & have had no problems at all with accuracy - I was a NHS nurse for over 20yrs, so am quite wary with health products


I would not recommend wrist monitors. Whilst they may work for some, they are not as robust as arm monitors. If you go on eBay, you can get a decent arm BP monitor for £15. ebay.co.uk/itm…QOj
shareef5 m ago

I would not recommend wrist monitors. Whilst they may work for some, they …I would not recommend wrist monitors. Whilst they may work for some, they are not as robust as arm monitors. If you go on eBay, you can get a decent arm BP monitor for £15. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/A-D-Medical-UA-611-Upper-Arm-Automatic-Blood-Pressure-Monitor-with-Cuff-22-32cm/282081445038?hash=item41ad5d44ae:g:XNsAAOSwSypY9QOj


I agree. Despite what anyone says on here, If you're using this to monitor a known medical condition, I would at least suggest taking this with your GP, or someone who has a tried and tested upper arm monitor like the Omron M7, and running a little trial between the two.
thanks i think i should get one of these and i will give some thought to part with shekels
update: ordered
Good find, needed one. Ordered! Cheers
If you need, or think you need, to measure your blood pressure, honestly don't waste your money on a cheap wrist BP meter. Spend a few quid extra and get something like an Omron M3. Amazon do deals on them every so often.

bloodpressureuk.org/Blo…tor
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