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Withings / Nokia BPM – Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor - £53.95 @ Ebay
Found 19 h, 27 m agoFound 19 h, 27 m ago
Best price this has been at and an excellent product! Today only possible £53.95 from ebay (coupon: PINCHME ) - credit to @ Bighare… Read more

Same thing but would rather spend the £2 to buy from amazon imho Correction, with code PINCHME its £53.95 which is a very good deal!


Is this the same thing? New on Ebay £59.95 free postage


I was umming n ahing for a long time. I tested one before and its great but as I already have a different BPM I decided it was pointless having two despite it being a great price.My finger nails were a lot shorter though, I must admit.


Woah missed that


Shame you missed it on, they were £40 for a few weeks.


Why do you have any expectations that these and anything around the £5 mark will be any good.


I’ve bought a couple of cheap health monitors in the past and neither worked correctly. Ended up buying a Fitbit.


A bin filler me thinks. Tried 2 of these now and neither worked properly.

Braun BP430 Vital Scan Blood pressure monitor with cuff and 2 year guarantee £12.44 delivered @ eBay sold by Argos
Found 29th NovFound 29th Nov
Pretty decent price and comes with everything you need including the cuff and batteries and you get a 2 year guarantee as well. Memory function for upto 180 readings with the date … Read more

Shame it probably doesn’t have a small cuff. I have really scrawny arms and low blood pressure. Unless I want to pay out for an expensive one (£50+) I can’t check my blood pressure at home


try boso instead


He did not say Omron are the "best" for blood pressure measurement. He is not wrong by suggesting that Omron are probably the better BP machines to go for. They are clinically validated which is more reliable. Also regarding this particular machine, it is a wrist BP machine which might not give the same readings as that of a regular arm BP machine. Really good BP machines don't come cheap.


Just because NHS signed a deal with a company, it doesn't make their overpriced product "best" And looking at NHS procurement department work last few years - they don't strike good deals for best products, supplies and medications.


Omron are clinically validated.Only buy clinically validated blood pressure monitors.

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Alfawise Y7 smart watch with heart rate / blood pressure, oxygen sats and sleep monitoring £15.87 delivered with code @ Gearbest
Found 22nd NovFound 22nd Nov
Use code GBOBCE0069 at checkout to get the price down to £15.87 delivered. Does load of things and it not like wearing a calculator on your wrist as its only a 1.3" screen too - … Read more

Same functions for £11 at Banggood.

Braun exact fit 3 blood pressure with 2 cuffs £34.99 @ Amazon
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Found this blood pressure machine with 2 cuffs one medium to small and one larger for different sized arms l, it's reccomended by doctors and is ESH proven accuracy so can't get be… Read more
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What app is it please?


This is misleading information and also a sweeping generalisation that everyone with BP must not be looking after their diet and health. I am nearly 40 and superfit, have been for most of my life, ideal BMI do cardio and resistance 5 days a week, eat extremely healthy, don't drink or smoke, can outrun most people at the gym but I would not be able to control my blood pressure without two tablets daily. I am not advocating that tablets should be your first choice but major lifestyle changes are difficult for a lot of people in the long run, and high blood pressure should not be taken lightly. So no, I would disagree with you that it is incredibly fast/easy to get rid of.


Read my post above, High Blood pressure is actually Incredibly Fast/Easy to get rid off, however most are not ready to do anything about it or they will better take a chance with the pill and hope for the best as they are not ready to give up on the ''good things''' /awesome lifestyle that made them sick in the first place.


Why do you think your body has made your bloodpressure to go sky high in first place and cause you all the problems? Is it Dumb? Has it become wonky or faulty? Actually.. It's a direct response in order to sustain your body functions,It's NOT A BAD THING! In simple Terms: If your body would be so dumb and it wouldn't increase the pressure when its needed your organs would not get enough blood/nutrients in places where they are needed. Next logical thing: Try to find the actual Cause which messes up your body so much that it needs to increase your bloodpressure in order to do its functions properly and fix it first. For most people 95%+ its the fuel their run their body on in long-term, than of course stress/sedentary lifestyle plays a role as well. In simple terms: If you had a ferrari and it required a premium super-thin synthetic engine oil to run , how would it run if in his engine you would pour in used thick vegetable oil? Same as your system: Make your blood as ''premium'' thin and super as it was designed to be naturally and your arteries as free-flowing/elastic as they are supposed to be and you have just solved your blood pressure problem! Blood pressure is one of the EASIEST/Fastest things that you can fix,you can get drastic reduction in as little as 2-3weeks. However...It requires a COMPLETE Lifestyle change , only very few people are able to actually do it,maybe 2-3 out of every 100? It's far easier to take a pill, which will make you feel a bit better instantly without any work, and it's FAR cheaper/easier for doctors to do as well! Ask your doctor if you can completely get off your bloodpressure pills and get it back to excellent levels , he will probably tell you -No! Ask him again and he will tell you... It's actually possible but its too much work and no1 does it so it's pointless recommending that to people since they simply Won't do it or stick with it therefore there will be NO results. Giving you a pill is CHEAP & Fast &low effort and best of all your pressure goes down- However You are masking your ACTUAL problem,and not allowing your body to do its thing , in short-term you are feeling a bit better ,in long-term you are only destroying your body even more than without the pill - Remember it's just a Plaster that you apply to mask of your symptoms, the PROBLEM still stays the same- you are not getting rid of the actual Problem! For doctors to actually cure you of your problem it would take LOTS OF Effort and Funds ( education, support, counselling) , In most cases it would give no result at all since It's hard to get people to change their habits therefore The Default ''treatment'' plan is giving you a Pill to keep you ''Stable''. Again if you just want to feel ''better'' and don't care much about your health- Go take a Pill... If you actually want to function at your Prime.. It takes A HUGE effort! Do your own research (it will take a a lot of time) but here's the stuff that Works : Whole food plant based with Non-sedentary Lifestyle , simple honest vegetables/fruits/grains - Basically the "' boring poverty'' food that people have eaten for thousands of years , Skip the Avocado/Chia/Acai marketing junk and all the ''supplements'' the simple potatoe/carrot/cabbage/lentils/rice/berries/apples will do just as well. Sure , People have eaten meat/fish forever..however not in the quantities they eat today. Most have heard of the Mediterian Diets and The Japanese Okinawan diet - however Few actually Know the actual people who live there used to get only 1-2% of their calories from animal products! Marketing tells you something different... If you are STANDING AT YOUR DESK( the latest craze) or if you exericse for 1hour a day but still spend 8hours per day in office chair and 5hours at your home-sofa watching TV it's still sedentary lifestyle


Great advice guys, I’m currently on 3 different high dose tablets a day but the side effects are severe. Also if I miss my dose for 2 days or more then I get the mother of all headaches. The meds are harsh but work.

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M3 Sports Smart Bracelet Watch Black - Inc Heart Rate Monitor, Blood Pressure Monitor & more £6.88 delivered at Gearbest
Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
If you're looking for a budget smart watch, this could be for you, the customers reviews are really good too, and pretty good for under £7. Clear Display - 0.96 inch TFT high-r… Read more
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Yeah sounds about right, I've had things from gearbest shipped halfway say to Germany to a warehouse and it's been there for over a month! That was delivered by ups courier, ups informed me that lots of the Chinese websites usually leave order's in holding warehouse until they've accrued set amount of UK orders before shipping to UK to keep delivery costs at minimum :/


I ordered on 20/09/18 but it wasn't posted until the 27/09/18 so well over a month and almost a full month in transit. It's a lottery though, I've ordered phones and they've arrived in 2 weeks while the one time I was hit for customs for a phone, it took 6 weeks and an extra £20.50.


Approximately how long from purchase to you receiving them?




So did you get yours from zapals or gearbest :/

Blood Pressure Monitor and Cuff £14.99 if you use voucher code BPM5OFF free C&C from Lloyds Pharmacy on line
Found 7th OctFound 7th Oct
Lloyds blood pressure monitor very good reviews and the price isn't too bad. I have one on order so not tried it yet for myself, i tried to get my local Lloyds to price match but … Read more

I've had one of these for nearly 2 weeks and was getting such high readings that I made a nurses appointment. The nurse checked me using an Omron and there was no cause for concern, I then asked her to check me using this device and the figures came out really high again. I have ordered an Omron and I am returning this item


This one seems as accurate for less money. But I am unclear how either are necessarily better than the Lloyd pharmacy one. Anyone know?


Anyone know if the Omron can show an indication for irregular heart beat


seems great for my dad, thanks op


We don't 'do' rectal temps any more unless unrecordable core in yeah, you are full of.... knowledge ;-)

Pre-order Original XIAOMI Hey+ B1800 0.95" AMOLED Color Screen NFC 5ATM Waterproof Smart Bracelet Heart Rate Blood Pressure Monitor Smart Watch - Chinese Version £39.64 @ banggood
Found 2nd OctFound 2nd Oct
This is the latest xiaomi wristband with NFC support this is pre-order use code bgsport at checkout to get this price Notes: Chinese Version Is On Sale. On November, the bracel… Read more

It seems this product's NFC only works with Alipay in China. Also it's not by Xiaomi, it's a venture on Xiaomi Crowd-Funding site (YouPin) for the Chinese market. Xiaomi has promised an NFC enabled smart band (much lighter than NFC smart watches) before 2018 ends, but I wouldn't hold my breath.


Apart from future googling or YouTube/forum search, the reviews sections on this item on banggood or other shopping sites selling this will probably be the fastest way to know if it supports NFC pay in the West by reviewers: UK/EU/USA/Russia


From this article towards the end it says you can see up to 10 calls and up to 10 messages on the display at a time. Don't forget mind that at the moment there is only Chinese language until some time in November when it will be updated to support English,also there is to be a global version some time in the future


From the adverts, can anyone figure out if it shows messages and caller name? Would like to buy for my wife as it looks smaller in size, to be used as a smart watch.


I have the Mi band 2 and it has served me well, and this looks good, but is the band any good. My Mi Band 2 watch was always poping out of the band, lost it on many occasions. Sorted by buying a third party strap which resolved the problem, so hope this issue is has been fixed on on this model. Tempted.

Goral Y5 Smart Fitness Watch 0.96 " TFT Color Screen (Heart Rate / Blood Pressure / Sleep Monitor & more) £9.24 delivered at Gearbest
Found 29th SepFound 29th Sep
Very good reviews, and great price at only £9.24 delivered. Compatible with iOS and Android Functions: ● Pedometer, calorie, distance ● Sedentary reminder ● R… Read more

I need one that is cheap and the main usage is for pushing ALL messages like Whatsapp, SMS.... and it needs to be visible at outdoor. What is the best bet?


Gearbest will never post your negative feedback... Scammers.. Was trying many times.. No chance...


Absolute rubbish. One function is working more or less correct - pedometer. All others are fake and shows what they want, especially blood pressure and oxygen concentration... Not worth a penny.


Gearbest and "very good reviews " in the same post (shock) . You are having a laugh aren't you ?


if remote camera means taking pictures with the phone on the tripod I'm interested. My mi band 2 doesn't do that.

Sanitas Bluetooth® Blood Pressure Monitor £19.99 @ Lidl
Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
Automatically measures blood pressure and pulse in your upper arm 4 user memories store 30 readings per user Calculates average values and stores morning/evening measurements for… Read more
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The best and most accurate BP machines are made by Omnia in the UK. They are the ones that the GPs use. I wouldn't mess with any other brands.

HUAWEI Honor Band 4 - 0.95 Inch Screen Bluetooth 4.0 Call / Message Reminder Heart Rate Monitor Blood Pressure Functions £31 W/Code @ Gearbest
Found 17th SepFound 17th Sep
Good first price for this using the code. Pay in dollars with a zero exchange card for this price. Successor to the 3 currently selling for £40 in the UK. Factor in customs and n… Read more

I'm guessing there isn't a way of testing someone's blood pressure through a watch? Thought as much haha :p


Blood pressure function? Hmmmmmm... Don't think so


Anyone got any experience on how these compare to the mi bands?

Omron Healthcare M3 Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor  £24.7 @ Amazon (Use 10% voucher)
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Omron Healthcare M3 Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor £24.7 @ Amazon (Use 10% voucher)
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
Koogeek Smart Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor £12.99 w/promo Prime / £17.48 Non Prime @ Amazon - Sold by HOME-Victory and Fulfilled by Amazon
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.

OMRON MIT5s Connect Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor £63.94 Sold by Jobesam and Fulfilled by Amazon
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OMRON MIT5s Connect Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor £63.94 Sold by Jobesam and Fulfilled by Amazon
£63.94£89.9929%Amazon Deals
Please consider the seller you use carefully when buying this item. This item is "from £63.94". The current top seller is VAT registered, has 701 feedback 98% positive, and it'… Read more
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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
Koogeek Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor Bluetooth Digital with Heart Rate Detection £12.97 Sold by HOME-Victory and Fulfilled by Amazon
£12.97£21.9941%Amazon Deals
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
Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor for £14.62 Prime £18.61 Non Prime @ Amazon
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.

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 * LCD touch screen £25.99 was £43.99 @ Argos
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
F1 Plus Smart Wristband - Touch Screen Fitness Tracker, Heart Rate Monitor, Blood Pressure Monitor, Pedometer and more £13.08 delivered at TomTop
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?

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