All Blood Pressure Monitor Discounts, Offers and Sale - May 2020
Not sure you appreciate, the knock on effects of crime and maintenance. And that’s only a small proportion. For crime it is cost to the insurer, the cost of prosecution, the cost to NHS, cost of social services. The list goes on. Things like stationary costs alone make up a huge, huge proportion of say a schools budget. Over the financial year across all public services. These costs have evaporated. The cost of furlough scheme is around 8bn. Tax receipts will be hit by the lack of tax on fuel and other factors. But, the offset will also be immense, and largely unquantifiable and not talked about. If we can adjust, the economic output is hugely more productive. Based on avoided travel. Based on homes being a necessity, and workplaces not. The opportunity is massive.
A reduction in crime and wear and tear on public facilities will not even begin to offset the loss of tax revenue and the cost of the furlough scheme and social security claims.
Certain people with low sodium might be advised to fluid restrict, as might people with heart or kidney failure. Heart or kidney disease can be due to high blood pressure but this thread is about blood pressure monitoring. People should not take medical advice from anywhere on the web except from trusted and reputable sites. Certainly not from forums like this.
Don’t believe that figure at all. Crime is down 25% or more. The knock on effect of schools, public areas, haven’t been touched. Maintenance costs are way down. So much money saved. Roads, energy, travel costs. List is endless, much more efficient way of working.
... he says as the cost to the economy is £2.5BN per day! Enjoy it whilst it lasts because it may seem better on the surface, but as you should very well know, nothing is really free in the world.
cheers .. much appreciated (y)
Thanks, bought from the eBay link
This is an essential and priceless item that everyone should have at home!
Reviews coming back as mostly fake on Amazon according to Fakespot https://www.fakespot.com/product/a-d-ua-611-upper-arm-blood-pressure-monitor
When I was looking a couple of years back I decided Omron ones were the ones to go for (or Boots own brand ones which are rebadged Omron ones). I went for a fairly basic model (Boots IP20 which I think is the Omron M2) - I don't think you need more than that. However, looking at the model on offer in the OP it looks to be a decent brand too... from reviews it seems to be like the M2.
This must have been a misprice? Good luck to anyone who nabbed one in time.
Frankly it's expired great deal (y) 🏻
Knock out discounts shame bruno could't knock out anything but bums
It`s expired now, sorry
No doubt, omron is the best.
But if you were dead, how could you take it back? Did they replaced it with the one that said that you were live?
I bought it. It told me I was dead I took it back
As a punter...why why why
As a nurse... Avoid avoid avoid.
Forgot to post in this, but thank you OP. I did managed to get one. Could be a life saver (BP 152/98, Hypothyroidism, Ankylosing Spondylitis)
Thank you make sure you buy one because it can happen at any age since I’ve had my stroke many people have told me they know people who have had a stroke at the stroke group there was someone who was 21. Just take care of your self x
The main blood vessel in my neck burst I was very stressed because my child was very ill.
Oh, you've got one then ???
KIndje unlimited subscription isn't free
Its free on kindle unlimited
they were doing well till the last paragraph, its the lower fat alternatives which are high in sugar and carbs which are causing the high blood pressure in many! sounds like outdated advice!
Majority times Amazon telling me it depends on price of the product, example: under £20 is 6 months warranty and 30 days change of mind. As I have corrected and mentioned that I bought on Amazon UK website.
EU rules give 2 years warranty for electrical items bought within the EU.
Good price, had a similar one asked for a refund due to incorrect readings, as I bought from Amazon at the beginning they do think in UK they do have power, reminded about sales goods act as all electrical items are with 1 year warranty not like in EU 30 days or depends on cost of item totally BS!
Where. On page can't see it
There is also a 10% voucher on the page - not sure if its account specific - but that helps take the price down to £26.99 :)
Buying this, don’t wanna die
Thanks apur32 🌞
That is good to know, wishing your mum a speedy recovery :)
Company name always reminds me of this little guy: :D
Out of stock
Brilliant find! Have book marked x
I bought this from Amazon 3 weeks ago at £15.85. I checked some reviews, and a lot said how accurate it was and in sync with readings taken at GP Surgery. I use mine twice daily and believe it to be reliable. Also use this app for monitoring: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.portalgroove.bpjournal
It's the same unit without the dc adapter option
Damn! Should have bought this when posted and now really need it. Come on Amazon, drop the price again.
Here is a comparison of the two: https://www.omron-healthcare.co.uk/product-comparison?category=blood-pressure-monitor&pid1=M3_Comfort&pid2=M7_Intelli_IT The M7 also adds a smartphone app. TBH,the M3 Comfort will do the job if all you do is check your blood pressure,but I have the M7 myself.
You mean this one: https://www.boots.com/boots-pharmaceuticals-blood-pressure-monitor-upper-arm-unit-10217394 It is a rebrand of the Omron M2(IIRC),but the Omron Comfort models come with the black Intelli Wrap cuff which can take bigger arms and is easier to position. You can see the specs of the Omron M3 Comfort on their website: https://www.boots.com/omron-m3-comfort-automatic-upper-arm-blood-pressure-monitor-1021643 The M3 Comfort goes up to 42CM instead of 32CM with the cheaper models. Also you can save readings for two users,and there are things like irregular heartbeat detection,etc.
I haven't spent so far, missus gave me the dirty look at midnight and said get off hukd
Boots do this, branded BOOTS on the unit but Omron on the cuff for £19.99...
Also the cuff is different from the cheaper models,ie,it can take larger arms and is less finicky about positioning due to the way its designed.
I have noticed many GPs and hospitals use Omron,and in many cases the M7 model. Was talking to a GP and they said these are NHS certified,and Omron can recalibrate these if you send it back to them. There is also the fact many people I know who use Omron blood pressure monitors,can directly compare their results with their GPs since the models are similar. Also recalibration is free in the warranty period: "OMRON blood pressure monitors come with a 3 year warranty from date of delivery. With a copy of your receipt or invoice, your monitor can be re-calibrated free of charge for 3 years from the date of delivery. "
SImple item fulfills a simple purpose I have one around here somewhere. Should be less than half this price (I don't care if it's world health care it's too spendy) no heat this time - sorry!
Is it just the app that's extra, with this model M7?
true, was after this because of the mobile app :)
Thanks op ordered. Seems cheaper then boots and Argos.
Trust the doctors they are calibrated. Tried this some time ago and not accurate with GP and my Omron!
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). https://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B01KVO1I7S If anyone has any questions about this one, its in my bag & hopefully I can answer them for you.
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 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!
need this to cope with Black Friday. (shock) (poo)
Also they say to rest for 5 mins once you get settled or the readings will naturally be higher.
First few readings I did were really high like over 220 on top. But when I sat by my PC and got my arm level with heart and palm up, I now get consistent readings not as low as I would like but got a few yellows.
Yes mine seemed new although no batteries don't know if that's normal... Otherwise seems to work fine very quiet and easy to use. The graph is handy you can see all of your readings on one screen and see when it's peaked.
Mine arrived, also seems sealed.
Mine arrived as new, comparable readings to my old basic monitor. Well happy.
Nigel u need to chill it’s a tracker costing just over 20 quid not hundreds of pounds. Get your gripe and I’ll judge it for myself. It’s a deals site and I’m sure self promoting goes on.
You don't need fakespot to see how bent this seller is, just look at the reviews. First reviewer is Louise, click on her name. You'll see that she has only ever given 5* reviews, then when you click on the items and look she's only ever bought products from companies based in Shenzen in GuangDong. Never ever reviewed an amazon product despite dozens of reviews. Next up is Diana, only one review but look at it. Photos the lot, who goes to that much trouble for a 30 quid watch? Then Evelyn, same as Loiuse, dozens of 5* reviews but only for products bought from Guangdong chinese sellers. And so it goes. This company's good at it so have sold a bunch of units and got some real reviews maybe, but I'd give 90% fake, not using an algorithm, just looking at the reviews.
The people who reviewed this item got it for free if they left a 5* review that's why the reviews seem real but they are extremely biased as it was free. I'm not saying the watch is bad but I'm saying that do not purchase ot from looking at the reviews
I bought this as a gift a while ago and is actually really good for the price, hb monitor seems accurate as does walk/step counter, app works really well, few different display faces to choose from on the app. Strap can be a little fiddly to pull of for charging but soon get the hang of it and different colour replacement straps available on Amazon
I ran the amazon listing through fakespot and it gave it highest score A and thought the 90% of the 601 reviews were genuine. Dont know but was looking for my partners christmas and western brands like polar and garmin are hundreds of pounds. Any recommendations if this is no good?
I think allot of these will overread come November 1st......
I have one and it's excellent, accurate reading and clinically used I believe.
Better one at CPC £15 delivered
At first glance I thought it said Santas blood pressure monitor, which i presume Is on the rise this time of year
Is it clinically validated though? (skeptical)
Did anybody buy one of these? Mine arrived today. Total junk, but I should have not expected anything better for the price.
These are about as accurate as using a random number generator.....
Yes it’s cheap but if you’re looking to monitor your health with a smart watch then you’re probably better off spending more money and getting something half decent at least
What does “life waterproof” mean - is it waterproof for the life of the watch
Interesting to find out how long the battery will last between charges. Been a bit spoiled with the mi band.