It’s hard to get in to see my regular Doctor whenever I want and more often then not I end up in Urgent Care. While there are some things that you have to see a Doctor for, it’s nice to have the option to monitor certain things at home. I can call a nurse for advice and it helps when I can provide her with things like temperature, heart rate and blood pressure. The Ozeri Digital Arm Blood Pressure Monitor gives me the ability to do so right from home.
I’m not that technical of a person so I really like my electronic gadgets to be easy to use without having to dive too deep into the instruction manual!
It’s really easy to use as you just put on your arm using the velcro , power on and press start. The cuff has both written and picture directions so you know exactly where to place it.
The power and start buttons are huge so you can’t miss them! I like that they are bigger than the Time, Scan and Memo so it’s obvious which is which.
One great feature of this monitor is that it’s color coded! Green means your pressure is good. Orange is borderline and Red is bad. This gives you a once glance answer to what you need.
While there are more advanced options I found I could use it without having to press any of the other buttons but it’s nice to have those options if you want to store your results.
It comes with batteries which is always a plus and it’s own zipped storage bag so that you can keep it together in a safe place.
This Ozeri Digital Arm Blood Pressure Monitor is easy to use and has everything you need included to use right away!
Portable, accurate, and simple-to-use arm cuff design with clinically proven technology
Advanced Hypertension Indicator color codes the Systolic and Diastolic readings in green (normal), orange (prehypertension) and red (hypertension)
Stores 1197 blood pressure readings (399 x 3 users) with date and time recordings
Dynamic measurement technology varies the auto inflation based on real-time blood pressure detection to reduce measurement time and increase comfort
Automatic irregular heartbeat (Arrhythmia) detection and push-button access to average blood pressure readings
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