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Black Friday Sales Even A Skeptic Can Embrace

The skeptical cardiologist refuses to buy anything on Black Friday.  I don’t want to be manipulated into buying something just because it is cheaper for a while.

However, I have noticed that many of the cardiovascular products I recommend or have written about are substantially discounted today.

I present them in no particular order.

The QardioArm BP cuff which I have called the iPhone of BP devices is marked down from $99 to $69$ for a “limited time.”

While it is portable, stylish and accurate it is not, as Qardio ludicrously claims, “four times more effective at lower blood pressure.”

Omron, whose blue-tooth enabled BP devices connect to an online dashboard your doctor can visualize is offering 30% off through 12/31/2019 on all devices on their website.

I presume this includes the delightful Omron Evolv.

It may include the Omron Heart Guide, a wrist-based watch which measures BP. I’ll be writing my review of this device soon.

I’ve written a lot about the value of AliveCor’s Kardia Mobile ECG and the single lead device is marked down from $99 to $ 84 for Black Friday.

Finally, one of my favorite gadgets (see here), the Keyto ketone breath sensor sent me this email this morning.

I can’t vouch for the Keyto chocolate shake or the basil pesto that they are now including with Black Friday sales but I love the Keyto.

By the way, it wasn’t clear to me when I first got the Keyto device what kind of diet Keyto promotes. They favor a plant-based keto (with fish) diet which they consider “heart healthy.”  More on this down the line.

Appositely Yours,

-ACP