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F1 Plus Smart Wristband - Touch Screen Fitness Tracker, Heart Rate Monitor, Blood Pressure Monitor, Pedometer and more £13.08 delivered at TomTop
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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
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Billythebubble24th Jan

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


Agree with this mate I won't buy from them again even if it free
Blood pressure monitor???
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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
Anyone have one and know what they're like?
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Omron Healthcare M3 Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor @ Amazon (50% off RRP) - £34
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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
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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
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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.
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flipnfil25 m ago

Does this really measure blood pressure? I thought an inflatable cuff was …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.



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.
urinthematrix45 m ago

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


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
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BubaMan18 m ago

I find this app a little better than the Mi Fit …I find this app a little better than the Mi Fit app.https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mc.miband1There's a load of features locked out until you upgrade but even with the base set of features, I find it a better app (it's definitely better at reading the sleep data).


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
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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.
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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
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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.
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Salter Arm Blood Pressure Monitor with Pouch (FREE delivery) @ Aldi - £19.99
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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
Misslovely2 h, 12 m ago

My dad bought one as a present and neither know how to use it. Manual …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


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.
Edited by: "afroylnt" 26th Aug 2017
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
KEEP_IT_TEA7 h, 26 m ago

looks the same as the one the nurse recommended me to buy from Asda for …looks the same as the one the nurse recommended me to buy from Asda for just £7.50 not so long ago. £7.50 was the marked price not a special, or reduced or anything like that.

I got one to about a year ago, always seems to be in adsa for £7.50
KEEP_IT_TEA6 h, 57 m ago

looks the same as the one the nurse recommended me to buy from Asda for …looks the same as the one the nurse recommended me to buy from Asda for just £7.50 not so long ago. £7.50 was the marked price not a special, or reduced or anything like that.

second that. I got it from asda ...works perfectly. wont pay 20 quid for it though
Koogeek Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor Cuff with Heart Rate Detection, Bluetooth Wifi BP Machine - £32.99 with code at Amazon sold by Home Victory
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The reviews seem excellent with many 5 star reviews for the product. Use code WJZQJ993 to get £22 off at checkout.
Unless you know how to measure blood pressure the ancient way, it will be hard to tell whether these machines give an accurate reading over time.
Can't see anywhere it mentions clinically validated - medical grade what does that mean? I'm sticking with Omron.
Add: looking at the "reviews" they seem to be more interested in the connectivity than accuracy - With BP it's very important that the device is reading accurately, whatever make you get - take it to your GP and check with the surgeries monitor, they have to have them calibrated every year.
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Brilliant. Ordered with a great saving. Thank you for posting this.
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Omron M7 Intelli IT - 360° Accuracy, Connected, Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor £55.99 Free delivery @ Amazon
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Omron M7 Intelli IT - 360° Accuracy, Connected, Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor £55.99 Free delivery @ Amazon
It's a deal of day and looks a very good price relative to elsewhere.Omron is also a good make -- used by doctors. I have a cheaper, less advance one Omron1. Hot.
Was tempted by this, anyone elaborate why negative? Not done much research so genuinely interested
Salter automatic arm blood pressure monitor £1.88 Asda - Warrington
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Just picked this up at Asda Warrington had four more left on shelf. Even comes complete with batteries. Not sure how accurate but for price got to be worth a try.
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lots in Fareham
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cold - none in my local
got one from previous post at £3.50 which I thought was an absolute steal, so even better now! large cuff is useful
wow what a deal.
Not in Grimsby
Salter arm blood pressure monitor £3.75 @ asda in-store
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Seen in Lincoln Asda. Don't know if it's national but worth a check if you're going to Asda and need one.
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Unfortunately the only Salter blood pressure monitor in my nearest was priced at £9, even checked at the till
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bfreesun

Just noticed its Lincoln. Handy for gooners!



Ironically I am a gooner in Lincoln but I honestly hope Arsenal lose so I think I'll be ok.
Just noticed its Lincoln. Handy for gooners!
Had a 24 hour blood pressure monitor fitted the other day and showed my wrist monitor to both the cardiologist and the guy who fitted the monitor. The cardiologist was quite happy my reading was pretty close to his and the guy who fitted the monitor liked the Bluetooth synch feature on my bpm. He's going to get one for himself. The days of the medical profession being disdainful of wrist monitors is long gone. I've used one for the las 15 years and have found it extremely helpful and will buy one of these Salter Bpms as a spare to my Sharon Bluetooth. Thanks OP. HOT
Jaybeam

I don't think you read my comment properly. I agree that everyone should … I don't think you read my comment properly. I agree that everyone should take their BP at home, the point I was making was that if it's not accurate either way it can be dangerous. You may have been in the medical profession for 35years but that doesn't mean you know anything about taking blood pressure! I have suffered high blood pressure for 25 years and for most part used a monitor at home which my doctor encourages. I usually use Omron but have tried many other makes over the years,but the last two, I had to send back as they where 15 point and 12 points reading to high on the systolic. I personally would only use a monitor that is clinically validated - this seems too cheap to be reliable in my opinion for something that is so important and described as the " the silent killer"



It's not this cheap normally.
Betterlife Digital Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor £13.89 fast delivery @ Lloyd's pharmacy eBay.
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This fully automatic blood pressure monitor is an accurate, portable monitor and provides you with the convenience of testing your blood pressure at home. Features: Clinically val… Read more
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Don't bother had two, plagued with issues. Omron is the best brand
Edited by: "skip112" 12th Jan 2017
same price on Amazon if you prefer...
Was seen instore for £14.99 around 3 weeks ago and is clinically validated too
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The device claims to be "clinically validated" but it doesn't appear on the BHS list of clinically validated devices:
bhsoc.org/bp-…se/
ASDA are still selling the Salter ones with the arm cuff for £7.50.
Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor @ Lidl Excellent price @ £9.99 instore
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Excellent price 3 years warranty I got one yesterday, really good value for money. Measures systolic/diastolic blood pressure and pulse rate With 120 memory slots for 2 users C… Read more
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Raseo7

No customer feedback? It is hard to tell how accurate these are tbh.


I picked one up yesterday and it was inaccurate with the Omron one that I have. I'm taking it back for a refund.
Hope this helps others who are undecided. Heat anyway for the price
stamfordblue

Better off getting an Omron one for just a few pounds more,Have bought … Better off getting an Omron one for just a few pounds more,Have bought one from Lidl before and it was inaccurate.Doctors use Omron which are clinically validated.


You are right but a word of caution. I have used the Omron M2 basic for a number of years I change them every two years rather than recalibrate, but the last two - last checked today at the Doctors surgery were reading 10 and the one before 15 points too high. These were bought through Amazon so not sure what's going on as always got them thru them with no problem. My suspicion is that they're going out of calibration in transit as the M2 is clinically validated ( which Best Buy )
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Better off getting an Omron one for just a few pounds more,Have bought one from Lidl before and it was inaccurate.Doctors use Omron which are clinically validated.
Jaybeam

Actually it is if worrying over something which has not been validated as … Actually it is if worrying over something which has not been validated as I would not think these are, and is reading to high, can put your BP up considerably, believe me I know from experience. I've taken my BP for 24 years as have lived with hypertension, and an inacurate monitor is worse than no monitor. Wrist monitors a notorious for giving inacurate results. Even upper arm monitors can be inacurate probably by being chucked about in transit. So I advise ALWAYS take your monitor to your Doctor and make sure it's reading within limits!




sure, I've got very high blood pressure too. not worth worrying about as I've had it for years and now my 'terminal' illness is something entirely different. I'll probably die by being hit by a bus anyway lol

as we have both said. get the accuracy checked at the Drs.
jonnithomas

Really ??? Have you used one ? How is it risky if you compare it with … Really ??? Have you used one ? How is it risky if you compare it with the result at the Drs ? btw worry isn't 'risky' anyway.


Actually it is if worrying over something which has not been validated as I would not think these are, and is reading to high, can put your BP up considerably and be very risky, believe me I know from experience. I've taken my BP for 24 years as have lived with hypertension, and an inacurate monitor is worse than no monitor. Wrist monitors a notorious for giving inacurate results. Even upper arm monitors can be inacurate probably by being chucked about in transit. So I advise ALWAYS take your monitor to your Doctor and make sure it's reading within limits!
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Omron M2 basic blood pressure monitor £14.99  (Prime) / £19.74 (non Prime) @ Amazon
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Have used the monitor for many years it's very accurate, this the new type which got "Which" Best Buy earlier this year.Been waiting for this to drop below £20.
Really good. Bought one last night, received today. Very accurate (take 3 consecutive readings for an average). Easy to use. Does what it says on the tin. Recommended.
I bought a Salter branded one from Asda
needs to get a more expensive one. The Salter one also seems to have a good sized cuff.
I bought one of these for £7.50 quite recently.
Won't buy from Amazon with the 'Prime' nonsense - this is £19.74; to get it for £14.99 you have to pay for Prime first - misleading like all the other 'Prime' deals!
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winter_zombie

you can also buy this same one in asda pharmacy for £12.99its a good unit … you can also buy this same one in asda pharmacy for £12.99its a good unit as i have to do my blood pressure every day


Good point however, the Asda near us never has them in so we even went to Milton Keynes(18 miles) once from deal on here and it wasn't on there so have given up on Asda. But if you can get them good luck to to you.
Salter Blood Pressure Monitor £7.50 @ Asda
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At Warrington Asda instore. May be at other Asda stores too. Felt it to be a good price for the stuff that's in the box!
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Burningsoul08

Hi. I'm from Warrington and trying to find this. Where exactly can I find … Hi. I'm from Warrington and trying to find this. Where exactly can I find this in the store?



By the wall near the Pharmacy. Ask the person at the Pharmacy till.
Burningsoul08

Hi. I'm from Warrington and trying to find this. Where exactly can I find … Hi. I'm from Warrington and trying to find this. Where exactly can I find this in the store?



There's a chemist in my local store and they were on a stand by the till.
Hi. I'm from Warrington and trying to find this. Where exactly can I find this in the store?
princeprecious

Looking for something to bang my head... What a genius comment.



Why is that a stupid comment? I have been using my sisters monitor and the band is far too small for my arm. The band says that it covers 24-36cms... This one has a cuff designed to go from from 30-42cm.. So if someone is "skinny" and has small arms (less than 30cm), then it won't fit.

So its an absolutely valid point.. if you have small arms, this won't fit!
galidimitrova

I got one of them some time ago. The arm cuff is huge. There was no … I got one of them some time ago. The arm cuff is huge. There was no chance to fit my arm, I have returned it. If you are skinny don't buy.



Looking for something to bang my head...
What a genius comment.
Salter blood pressure monitors for £7.50 at asda
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Salter blood pressure monitors for £7.50 at asda
dunno

If you're worried about your blood pressure you should probably stay away … If you're worried about your blood pressure you should probably stay away from the salter. (_;)



Why do you say that please?
arnoldschwarzenegger

I was just about to put this on. Brilliant deal and I believe Asda don't … I was just about to put this on. Brilliant deal and I believe Asda don't even make profit on these things.



​agreed. it's brilliant at that price and comes with 4 alkaline batteries and pouch.
I was just about to put this on. Brilliant deal and I believe Asda don't even make profit on these things.
In-store only, I think. Look by the pharmacy counter, in the middle of the aisle.

Mine came with a 30cm - 42cm cuff (that's the arm circumference). Not sure if there are other sizes available or if you can buy extra cuffs ... I could use a smaller one really.
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I have searched for these in George and can't find them? the link takes me to the George web site
Free Blood Pressure Checks At Your Local Asda Pharmacy Plus Blood Pressure Monitor For £7.50 @ Asda
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Get your blood pressure checked at your local Asda pharmacy and purchase a Salter blood pressure monitor for the not-for-profit price of £7.50. Every home should have one! Asda are… Read more
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Banzi doesn't like these.
Thanks, OP.

For those who are wondering if they have to make an appointment to get the device at £7.50: I just picked one up from a display in front of the pharmacy counter and paid for it at the checkout with my other shopping.
Just called in ASDA and got one. My BP was up a couple of weeks ago and this is exactly what I need to keep a check on it. Thanks for the heads up OP!
Firefly1

Good B.P machine price. Note for people with very large arms (and very … Good B.P machine price. Note for people with very large arms (and very skinny arms) a different cuff is required to ensure an accurate reading.Please get your blood pressure checked at least annually!If you are know you get 'worked up'/tense/nervous when having your BP checked by the doctor (hence high at the doctors), it's good to have a machine at home and you can record readings there. Your doc may well suggest this. Make sure you use the cuff correctly though.



Excellent advice. I self diagnosed at home and went to the Doc and something else was discovered which needed to be fully checked out. I have developed 'White Coat Syndrome' for some reason so check mine at home regularly. Peace of mind.
spitthedog1964

What a strange comment!


No, questioning it is the strange thing - it's absolutely true. Ignorance kills!
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