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Omron Healthcare M3 Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor  £24.7 @ Amazon (Use 10% voucher)
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
omeron m3 blood pressure measure from amazon , seems the lowest price ever for this product

Deal is to wrong link. M3 version (much better) Link is for M3 and click on little box to apply voucher to get it at this deal price. We use this at hospitals and clinics, really good value at this price, it should be super hot


Not accurate enough I reckon. Better of using traditional methods..


Yes it is. Except there are some GPs who cannot be bothered. Sad reality.


Yeah who cares about the poor, leave them to die on the streets! Only us rich folk should have access to healthcare. I'm with ya buddy!


and schedule a 24hr test - this is apparently the best way to gauge your underlying BP.

Koogeek Smart Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor £12.99 w/promo Prime / £17.48 Non Prime @ Amazon - Sold by HOME-Victory and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 8th JunFound 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… Read more

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.


Good find, needed one. Ordered! Cheers


update: ordered (y)


thanks i think i should get one of these and i will give some thought to part with shekels


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.

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Koogeek Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor Bluetooth Digital with Heart Rate Detection £12.97 Sold by HOME-Victory and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 8th MayFound 8th May
This seems to be a brill price for this 'Smart' Blood pressure monitor. Bluetooth enabled for you to track measurements via a smartphone app, and alarm clock function to remind you… Read more

Actually, there are 19 cheap upper arm monitors under £50 that have been clinically validated by the BIHS. For imstance, the Omron M2 Basic is only £25 at Amazon or Argos. Many others are around the same price point. It makes no sense buying a non-validated monitor, and definitely not a wrist one.


Hypochodria induced Gizmo. :{


Even cheap upper arm BP monitors can be notoriously inaccurate. Something as important as high blood pressure needs a accurate device for measurement. If unsure on your own machine ask your GP when visiting next to compare a reading against their one.


As above wrist not accurate waste of money- who on earth are voting hot on this “toy”


Correct. BP varies significantly depending on the position of the wrist as well. Auscultating the Brachial artery in the upper arm (the way conventional arm monitors work) is the most reliable way to read your blood pressure (well, in the absence of ambulatory monitoring). When selecting a BP monitor, make sure that it has been validated by the BIHS. There are many cheap ones in the list.

Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor for £14.62 Prime £18.61 Non Prime @ Amazon
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
Clinically validated to the world recognised European Hypertension Society (ESH) Accurate and consistent blood pressure measurements AA rated +/- 3% measurement accuracy Produc… Read more

its a little high tbh my general BP s 105/85 yours is fine but still higher than average if it gets higher, consult your GP


The same item on for £14.95 on ebay for those who don't have prime.


Clearly not the same as the one featured in this thread. Might be better, or worse, but clearly not the same. if you had said that you can buy a no-name blood pressure monitor for £7 on ebay then we would all have been quite happy.


It depends which manufacturer youre after. For brand im not too familiar with i prefer to buy somewhere i can see reviews. The A&D came with good reviews fortunately. Like for like, it's not currently available for £7 on ebay. Maybe other chinese brands being shipped directly from China but not enough reviews available. You'll also have to wait a while to get it.


It was a genuine request btw.. Bought off the OPs amazon link, arrived today and 129/85 so pretty chilled,, I think..

Omron M7 Intelli IT 360 Degree Accuracy Connected Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor £50.42 @ Amazon
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Best ever price (without using a voucher!) for this I believe. M7 Intelli IT, our most advanced device, brings to market our latest innovation in accuracy: Intelli Wrap Cuff… Read more

Didn't know there was a 10 series one, might look into it. Does this one use batteries? Or does it have an inbuilt battery and come with a charger? Will probably get this, too much messing about trying to import a series 10.


Terrify yourself for only 50 quid! Bargain!


It is almost the best, I got it last May for £55.99 -15% voucher for a total of £47.59. But that was because they forgot about the voucher when there was a daily deal. Since the price is hardly different - that is still a great deal. Recently it has been chosen as one of the best blood pressure monitores by the wire cutter - Series 10 in the US looks quite similar if not the same as Omron M7 IT.

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Beurer wrist blood pressure monitor touch BC58 * LCD touch screen £25.99 was £43.99 @ Argos
Found 7th FebFound 7th Feb
Beurer wrist blood pressure monitor touch BC58. Was originally £43.99 now £25.99. This is a high end design with a black LCD touch screen. I spotted this at Amazon £39.04 firstly … Read more
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Agree with all above posters. Get a validated Omron for around the same price that will give you a more consistent result from the upper arm.


Not voted either way as I'd always look for British Heart Foundation validation on any BP monitor I buy. Someone has already pointed this out - the list of home use monitors meeting their validation criteria is here. Many available under £50, why would you go with something else. Re: the wrist vs upper arm monitor debate, have a look here for come clinical evidence.


Concur with the opinions here, I've always been told to buy upper-arm BP machines. LIDL usually have excellent ones with a slightly larger cuff width of 36 CM rather than the Omron M2.


My wife is a pediatrician and is always telling people not to buy wrist BPMs, upper arm is the only accurate way to record your blood pressure, they can be got for a lot cheaper than this too.


Having taken my blood pressure for about 20 years now I would not waste your money on wrist monitors. You can get a Omron M2 basic upper arm monitor for less than this which are clinically validated.

F1 Plus Smart Wristband - Touch Screen Fitness Tracker, Heart Rate Monitor, Blood Pressure Monitor, Pedometer and more £13.08 delivered at TomTop
Found 24th JanFound 24th Jan
Use code F1PLUS3 at checkout (Must be logged in) This smart watch band with many functions such as pedometer, heart rate monitoring, blood pressure monitoring etc makes you… Read more

Agree with this mate I won't buy from them again even if it free


Blood pressure monitor???


Crap supplier took weeks to get refund on the last set of dash cam garage. why does UKhotDeals not ban this company?


These Chinese purveyors of "Tat" seem to be breeding like rabbits :S


Anyone have one and know what they're like?

Nokia BPM+ Blood Pressure Monitor £89.95 @ John Lewis
Found 6th JanFound 6th Jan
This is the lowest price I believe this has ever been. I don’t know who is matching who but both John Lewis and Amazon have this at the same price. This is the top of the range b… Read more

Cold, it's not 4G


What could possibly be the need for this? Over medicalising maybe?


I ought to add that it shouldn’t be confused with the slightly cheaper but lesser specced Nokia BPM.

Omron Healthcare M3 Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor @ Amazon (50% off RRP) - £34
Found 18th Dec 2017Found 18th Dec 2017
Irregular heartbeat detection Cuff wrapping guide Wide range cuff 22-42 cm Two user memory Warranty of 3 years The M3 has a wide cuff (22–42 cm) that can be adjusted to… Read more

Cold - £37.39 not £34


Good price and worth having. If sitting on the fence, you can get the M2 Basic (also with memory function) for around £20 on Amazon (Asda has previously sold the M2 for a tenner)


117/75 I get on ours. Heat for price.

Y2 Plus Smart Bluetooth Wristband measures Heart Rate Blood Pressure etc CHEAP BLOOD PRESSURE MONITOR ALTERNATIVE £8.55 Gearbest
Found 24th Nov 2017Found 24th Nov 2017
I think this is an amazing gadget that gives time, notification, measure heart beat, blood pressure and others. This is a BARGAIN at this price. Maybe the cheapest blood pressure m… Read more
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Ok so it it no way measures it, simply estimates it based on heart rate which has no practical use unfortunately.


he talks about blood pressure at 3.50 min


Does this really measure blood pressure? I thought an inflatable cuff was the only way to do that at the moment? It would be a bargain if it did.


Sorry, I don't - I have the Mi Band 2. Off topic for the thread but in answer to a comment. From what others are saying, I'd possibly pass on this one - the Mi Band 2 can be got for £12-13 and I would recommend that. As you say though, no BP measurement though :(


Thanks for that link. Do you have this device? What's your overall view on this?

Various Omron Blood Pressure Monitor with 10% off @ Amazon
Found 15th Nov 2017Found 15th Nov 2017
A variety of Omron BPM available with 10% off applied at checkout. Links below: Omron M3 Comfort - £44.32 down to £39.89 for prime members Omron M7 Intelli IT - £72.77 down t… Read more

Cheaper on the bay.


got this for £20 of amazon the other year whys the price so crazy now?


Not much of a saving to get my pressure raised or down 😜


I've had one for a couple of years and my doctor recommends them to monitor my blood pressure between appointments at the medical centre. They are fairly consistent and accurate but I sometimes find the first reading can be a bit out so I usually take 3 or 4 while sitting quietly and record the last one. You get a nice chart for recording too. Voting HOT


I got the M7 Intelli when it was on offer for £59 a few months back. Really good bit of kit. Can't go wrong with where you position the armband and links quickly with the iPhone. The App is pretty good too.

Koogeek Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor over 50% off £26.99 Sold by aoputek and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 9th Nov 2017Found 9th Nov 2017
Was looking for a blood pressure monitor for my Father inlaw and come across this deal on amazon £55 but they have a buy one get £29.99 off making it £26.99 Seems to have decent … Read more

Don't worry about it at all (highfive)


Heat. I use my blood pressure monitor religiously.


Thanks revdesol should have been clearer (y)


look just below the price, there's a promotion you have to click to get the discount.


£55 :|

Omron 2 blood pressure monitor £19.99 Prime / £24.74 Non Prime @ Amazon
Found 30th Sep 2017Found 30th Sep 2017
Basic blood pressure monitor. Voucher on Amazon to save 10% until 1st October. FREE UK Delivery on orders dispatched by Amazon over £20
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I got the one from Lidi this week, the app worked fine for a few days but then stopped syncing the phone with the machine, the machine it's self seems good quality for the money


Why did I read Africa??!!!!?!!!?!


I got this £10 in asda pharmacy a while back


Seen them at this price in Asda with a pharmacy before a few times. Better then Lloyds pharmacy own brand ones which they put on offer occasionally. Have bought both before for family members. These ones from Asda are better.


There's one in Lidl this week for £19.99 with Bluetooth and an app to sync it to your phone too. Just bought one for my dad. His blood pressure is normal, if you're interested.

Bluetooth Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor £19.99 - LIDL (Sanitas) - Connects with the Health Coach app - Includes possible Cardiac Arrhythmia alert - More LIDL Healthy Living Promotions in the deal description
Found 21st Sep 2017Found 21st Sep 2017
Available at Lidl from 28th September for £19.99 Connects with the Health Coach app for monitoring results (especially when arriving home from the game/match) Automatically measure… Read more

Gyahhhhhhh!!! I genuinely bought one this afternoon from Argos. That's going back. Thanks for increasing my blood pressure.


WP101 OLED Blood Pressure SpO₂ Heart Rate Health Monitor Sport Tracker Smart Bracelet Android IOS at Banggood for £10.45
Found 7th Sep 2017Found 7th Sep 2017
WP101 OLED Blood Pressure SpO₂ Heart Rate Health Monitor Sport Tracker Smart Bracelet Android IOS WP101 OLED Blood Pressure SpO₂ Heart Rate Health Monitor Sport Tracker Smart Bra… Read more

Blood pressure and o2 sat? Any evidence these work at all?


How do these compare to the xiaomi?


So I'm not allowed to sleep during day then? Only between 9pm and 9am? :{

Salter Arm Blood Pressure Monitor with Pouch (FREE delivery) @ Aldi - £19.99
Found 25th Aug 2017Found 25th Aug 2017
It's important to look after your health, so pay close attention to your blood pressure with the Salter Arm Blood Pressure Monitor. Built in accordance with WHO guidelines the cuff… Read more
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I paid £1.77 for my Salter monitor in Asda. Its worth checking their pharmacy in your local store as there may still be some reduced which have been overlooked, as I was looking (in vain) in the medicines section of the main store, until I decided to check the pharmacy


its pretty easy. short guide below but google for more tips/more detail Make sure sure you are sitting down & relaxed; don't measure just after exercise nor ust after walking up the stairs Put the cuff round the upper arm (most people use the left) so its snug. I place my left hand on a table and let my right arm rest by my side. Press start. Ideally take 2 readings but you need to leave say 5 minutes between them. Measure your blood pressure at different times of the day; it naturally varies throughout the day. Make sure you take your machine next time you see a GP and test its readings against the GP's. Mine matched the GP's. Make a log of your readings and share them with your GP if you have any concerns. Your GP will ask you to do a 24 hr test if he/she is concerned but the GP will provide the special machine that does this.


My dad bought one as a present and neither know how to use it. Manual pumps sound better because still alot of nurses prefer them


I got one to about a year ago, always seems to be in adsa for £7.50


second that. I got it from asda perfectly. wont pay 20 quid for it though

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