* new allocation – previous allocation sold out within hours – CE certified *
Following demand from our customers TPIW have sourced a batch of antigen rapid test kits which can be used at home…
Today’s deal is MEDsan At Home Coronavirus Antigen Rapid Test Kit delivered to your door, deal price only £24.99 plus VAT
These easy to use kits detect even low levels of the virus and deliver results in just 15-20 minutes – perfect for individuals needing a same-day answer, or companies with staff absences.
The cassette device is simple to use and read with no specialist equipment needed.
The Antigen test requires either a swab of the nose or throat – or both – which then returns either a positive or negative coronavirus result.
This test is CE Certified and is accurate up to 92.5% sensitivity* and 99.8% specificity* – no test including the Government laboratory tests offer 100% accurate detection of the virus.
A positive test result allows you to protect the health of people around you including family and friends or even your staff and customers.
* One Single Test Kit delivered to your door – deal price £24.99 plus VAT payable at checkout…normally £36.99
VAT will be applied at checkout – ideal if you are a business. Mainland postage will also be applied at checkout.
These kits will be with us early next week and then be delivered to your door within five working days.
Each kit includes one single use test in a sealed pouch which contains a test device and a desiccant plus full instructions on how to use.
The test kit should be stored in a dry place protected from direct sunlight at 2-30 degrees centigrade.
The test device should be used within one hour after opening the foil pouch.
* Sensitivity measures how often a test correctly generates a positive result for people who have the condition that’s being tested for (also known as the “true positive” rate). A test that’s highly sensitive will flag almost everyone who has the disease and not generate many false-negative results. (Example: these tests with 92.5% sensitivity will correctly return a positive result for 92.5% of people who have the disease, but will return a negative result – a false-negative – for 7.5% of the people who have the disease and should have tested positive.)
Specificity measures a test’s ability to correctly generate a negative result for people who don’t have the condition that’s being tested for (also known as the “true negative” rate). A high-specificity test will correctly rule out almost everyone who doesn’t have the disease and won’t generate many false-positive results. (Example: a test with 99.8% specificity will correctly return a negative result for 99.8% of people who don’t have the disease, but will return a positive result – a false-positive – for 0.2% of the people who don’t have the disease and should have tested negative.)