OMRON M2 Basic Blood Pressure monitor only £10 at Asda
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OMRON M2 Basic Blood Pressure monitor only £10 at Asda

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Found 4th Mar 2013
Omron M2 basic Blood Pressure Monitor - showing at £10 online(plus postage) on Asda,com but also available for the same price in store.

This is a great product and a really useful tool for monitoring your own blood pressure.At £10 it is a bargain. The Omron M2 has great reviews and a useful product for some people.

It is easy to use and has a simple one button operation and a Large, clear LCD display.

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Good accurate basic machine. But do remember the cuff size is limited to a maximum of 32cm circumference. So measure the circumference of your upper arm first. Overweight or larger people should consider another machine or buy a replacement larger cuff.

been this price for months instore. they use this machine at the local asda so just got for free checkup and see if it fits plus get some free advice.
Sol

I bought one two days ago. Omron is one of the best names in medical equipments. The cuff size is medium I agree. Batteries were included. Might be good if you want to keep an eye on your blood pressure if you have hypertension or taking a medication that can raise the blood pressure as a side effect.
I bought it because my wife is in the second category.

32cm circumference? Does it work only on the upper arm or would the wrist do?

JimboSnails

32cm circumference? Does it work only on the upper arm or would the wrist … 32cm circumference? Does it work only on the upper arm or would the wrist do?



Upper arm - inline with your heart (And no holding your wrist up wont work properly

Its good for your average joe who thinks they are living a balanced life. Most of us will have higher than usual blood pressure.

Ill tell you what makes my blood boil.....

Crematoriums


(Thanks, Tim Vine)

Product unavailable - exactly the same as the last time this deal was posted.

Original Poster

Plenty available in store yesterday @ £10 each - there were in my local Asda (Perry Barr, Birmingham) anyway so no need to pay for delivery

tonnes in store.. big display unit out the front promoting them for £10. Just grabbed one in Canterbury.. great deal so thank you OP and previous posters.

The only difference between the M2 and the more expensive models is that the others have a clock

out of stock already

Why expired? I bought 1 in Asda Preston yesterday & they had a display full of them. They are also still available on line groceries.asda.com/asd…ue=

Original Poster

Yes I agree, it is still available at £10 at my local Asda as well.......how do i unexpire this deal???

LethalSilence

Upper arm - inline with your heart (And no holding your wrist up wont … Upper arm - inline with your heart (And no holding your wrist up wont work properly



There are wrist ones available for the same sort of money and holding your wrist level with your heart is exactly what you do.

I've got one and it's much more convenient for using on your own and readings are accurate when compared to my quacks medical grade upper arm one.
Edited by: "b1g1an" 7th Mar 2013

b1g1an

There are wrist ones available for the same sort of money and holding … There are wrist ones available for the same sort of money and holding your wrist level with your heart is exactly what you do.



BHS suggests that upper arm devices are preferable:

bhsoc.org/bp-…rs/

BHS suggests that upper arm devices are … BHS suggests that upper arm devices are preferable:http://www.bhsoc.org/bp-monitors/bp-monitors/



British Home Stores! Who is going to take medical advice from Sir Philip Green?

Disclaimer: For those that miss the point BHS also stands for "British Hypertension Society"

Thanx

available in asda bradford bd4

I bought mine from perry Barr branch about two months ago. The stock doesn't seem to be goingdown.

Plenty in stock in Frome store. Purchased thanks.

These are £10 everywhere, blood pressure monitors are cheaper since Lloyds decide to sell them at £10 few years back. So cold from me

These are £10 everywhere, blood pressure monitors are cheaper since Lloyds decide to sell them at £10 few years back. So cold from me

Its always been £10 with the exception of being £24 for a few weeks then bak to £10. Dont know how they do it as my friend works in a chemist and says they buy them in at £17.

irish1759

These are £10 everywhere, blood pressure monitors are cheaper since … These are £10 everywhere, blood pressure monitors are cheaper since Lloyds decide to sell them at £10 few years back. So cold from me



£15.50 on Amazon, £29.99 at Superdrug and the Boots branded version is £30.60, which, by the way, is the cheapest upper arm monitor they sell. So, smartarse, they're not really "£10 everywhere", are they?

Bought one of these last month at this price, great value. The pharmacist reckoned that Omron would swap the cuff for a larger one at no additional cost, if required. Voted hot!

Stompa

BHS suggests that upper arm devices are … BHS suggests that upper arm devices are preferable:http://www.bhsoc.org/bp-monitors/bp-monitors/



Fair enough, but their only criticism seems to be based on people either not reading the instructions or unaware where their heart is! Definitely easier to use.

Thanks. I was looking for a decent cheap monitor.
I bought 2 with my Adsa grocery shopping (Bristol)

Still plenty on sale at this price, Asda Poole Dorset

Got one from Barrow-in-Furness today.
Said £20 on shelf sticker but scanned at £10. Thanks!
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