Flip & Click
Pregnancy Test

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Animation Clearblue Flip & Click

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Clearblue Flip & Click: the first and only foldable pregnancy test with the accuracy1 you expect from Clearblue. Its innovative design allows the handle to flip open (and click) to a full-size test. After use, the handle folds closed for easy disposal. 


Over 99% accurate

From the day you expect your period.

Folding handle

Folding handle

Simply unfold the handle to full-size to test then fold closed for easy disposal.

Wide tip

Extra wide tip

The colour change tip turns pink for easy targeting​.

Results clear

Easy to read results

Clear plus (+) or minus (-) results in just 3 minutes.


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    How to use Clearblue Flip & Click Pregnancy Test

    1. Before you begin

    Always read the instruction leaflet carefully before testing. When ready to test, remove the foil wrapper and use straightaway.

    Fully unfold the handle until you hear the click, then remove the cap.

    Before you begin

    2. Doing the test

    Doing the testSimply hold the wide colour change tip in your urine stream, or in a sample of your urine collected in a clean dry container, for just 5 seconds.

    The colour change tip will instantly turn pink showing that urine is being absorbed. Continue holding the colour change tip in your urine for the full 5 seconds.

    3. Wait for 3 minutes

    Wait for 3 minutes3 minutes
    As the test begins to work, blue lines will start to develop.

    4. Read your results

    Read your clear + or – result in the result window.

    A blue line must be present in the control window when you read your result.

    Read your results


    This line shows that the test has worked. If no blue line appears in the control window within 10 minutes the test has not worked. It does not matter if one of the lines that make up the '+' symbol is lighter or darker than the other, the result is 'Pregnant'.

    Read your result within 10 minutes of doing a test. Ignore any changes to your result after this time.

    Frequently asked questions

    My test says I’m pregnant. What should I do?

    See your doctor who can advise you on your next steps.

    My test says I’m not pregnant. What should I do?

    If your result is negative but you still think you may be pregnant, test again in 3 days’ time. If this result is also negative but you still suspect pregnancy, see your doctor.

    How does Clearblue Flip & Click work?

    It detects the pregnancy hormone hCG (human Chorionic Gonadotrophin) in urine. Test sensitivity is 25mIU/ml. It’s over 99% accurate in laboratory tests from the day you expect your period.

    Can any medication or medical conditions affect the result?

    Always read the manufacturers’ instructions for any medication you are taking before testing. If you get unexpected results you should discuss them with your doctor. 

    Medications containing hCG (e.g. Pregnyl®1 and Profasi®2) can affect the result. Ectopic or recent pregnancy, even if not carried to full term, can cause misleading results.

    The test should NOT be affected by hormone therapies containing Clomiphene citrate (e.g. Clomid®3), common painkillers, alcohol, antibiotics, or the contraceptive pill.

    I previously tested ‘Pregnant’ but have tested again and got a ‘Not Pregnant’ result, or my period has started. What does this mean?

    It is possible to get a positive result and later find out you are no longer pregnant. This is called early pregnancy loss which is sadly not uncommon, affecting around 1 in 4 pregnancies. Happily, most women can go on to have a healthy pregnancy afterwards.

    I have used Clearblue Flip & Click Pregnancy Test but the colour change tip has not turned completely pink. What should I do?

    You may not have applied enough urine. However, you can be sure the test has worked if the control line appears within 10 minutes of testing.

    I have used Clearblue Flip & Click Pregnancy Test but no blue line has appeared in the control window within 10 minutes of testing. What should I do?

    The test has not worked, possibly because too much or too little urine was used. Test again using a new test, following the instructions carefully.