Duronic BPM150

Duronic BPM150 Digital Blood Pressure monitor
  • Editor Rating
  • Rated 4.5 stars
£20 to £35
  • 80%

  • Memory store for BP readings
    Editor: 70%
  • Comfortable to use
    Editor: 90%
  • Ease of Use
    Editor: 95%
  • Battery Life
    Editor: 98%
  • Accuracy compared to Omron M6
    Editor: 90%


The Duronic BPM150 Blood Pressure Monitor with comfortable arm cuff has been reviewed by CardioCritic. A very popular BP monitor that can be bought online for under £30. The BPM150 can store the last 60 readings making it easy to track improvements in your blood pressure. It features a large, easy to read, LCD display with diastolic, systolic and pulse readings.

Taking a blood pressure reading with the Duronic BPM 150

Released > Dec 2013 (this version)

Replaced > New Product

Suggested Retail price (at time of release) > £49

Main Features

  • Easy to Use
  • Fully Automatic
  • 60 reading memory recall
  • Readings summarised as Normal, Low or High.
  • Pressure 0~280 mmHg, Pulse 40~200 pulse/min
  • Power – 4 x AAA batteries
  • Cuff for upper arm fits 22cm to 42cm

Who’s it For?

This Duronic BPM150 is perfect to anyone seeking an affordable and easy to use Blood Pressure monitor. My own accuracy tests comparing the readings of this monitor to my Omron M6 showed a high level of accuracy & reliability. Regularly recording your blood pressure and understanding the readings can help avoid heart attack, stroke and other serious health issues.

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Product Details

The BPM150 is one of a range of Duronic Blood pressure monitors designed to be portable, accurate and easy to use. It comes with an easy-fit cuff that has been designed for comfort and accurate. This design assures correct and accurate readings. It also rolls up conveniently for easy storage.

The Duronic BPM150 Blood Pressure Monitor features a large LCD display with easy to read clear digits. The one touch operation means the unit is user friendly and easy to use. To help keep track of blood pressure over time the BPM150 stores the last 60 readings in memory. The fully automatic readings are summarised with a Normal, Low or High indicator.

 Main features and functions of the Duronic BPM150 Blood Pressure monitor Large screen, compact & portable, fully automatic Blood Pressure monitor Easy to use - the Duronic BPM150 features upper arm BP cuff

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Over 1,000 Customer Reviews

This highly regarding Blood Pressure monitor currently has over 1,350 reviews on Amazon. Of these more than 98% are 4 star reviews or above. When you buy this Duronic BPM150 you are assured quality, value for money and peace of mind.

Excellent customer reviews from more than 1,000 customers

Customers have given the Duronic BPM150 4.5/5 stars - highly recommended

A bit about Blood Pressure monitors

All those with an interest in their health and wellness should know what their Blood Pressure is. It is also important that you have an understanding of what the numbers mean. Having a BP that is either too HIGH (hypertension) or too LOW (hypotension) is not something you can really feel or notice yourself. However, the long term affects of a high blood pressure can lead to life threatening issues like heart attack and stroke (ref¹).. Low blood pressure, although not as serious, can lead to episodes of dizziness or even fainting.

All the blood pressure monitors reviewed on this website provide medically certified blood pressure readings with accurate diastolic and systolic readings. Your systolic blood pressure is the highest level your blood pressure reaches when your heart beats. Your diastolic blood pressure is the lowest level your blood pressure reaches as your heart relaxes between beats.

Understanding Blood Pressure readings 

Optimal BP

Ideally, we want to record a blood pressure below 120 over 80 (120/80). As the chart shows below this is considered OPTIMAL blood pressure. People with a BP below 120/80 have a much lower risk of heart disease or stroke.

Normal – High BP

Unfortunately, most adults have a blood pressure above this OPTIMAL level. A majority of adults have a blood pressure in between NORMAL and HIGH-NORMAL (shown in the chart below). That is those with a BP from 120/80 to 140/90. If your blood pressure is within this range you should look at ways of reducing it. These changes can relate to general lifestyle eg. taking more exercise, reducing alcohol consumption and eating more fruit and vegetables.

Hypertension – Grade 1 to 3

A blood pressure reading with a systolic reading over 140 and a diastolic reading over 90 can be considered to be High Blood Pressure.  If you have successive readings which consistently read in this HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE zone you should make an appointment to see your GP or nurse.

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Summary Of Blood Pressures

The chart below shows the most widely used 6 x levels of blood pressure. The BP zones can be summarised thus

  • Grade 3 – Severe Hypertension > BP = 180+/110+
  • Grade 2 – Severe Hypertension > BP = 160+/100+
  • Grade 1 – Severe Hypertension > BP = 140+/90+
  • High – normal > BP = 130+/85+
  • Normal > BP = 120+/80+
  • Optimal > BP = under 120/80

Understanding your Blood Pressure from optimal, to normal, to high and grade 3 hyperextension

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References

  1. Dangers of having a high Blood Pressure explained by the MayoClinic

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