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Blood Pressure Monitor

Blood Pressure Monitor
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2 reviews

Sep, 2014

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Withings Blood Pressure Monitor Review

 

With the rising cost of health care in the U.S., it's no surprise that a small cottage industry has popped up for gadgets that allow us to skip costly doctor visits and monitor our health from home. One of the more intriguing devices is the Withings...

Cuff is easy to place by yourself and fits both large and small arms. Free Withings cloud account tracks multiple users and syncs results between devices. Battery-powered air pump doesn’t drain power from iOS device

Free universal app has awkward UI navigation. Daily app reminders require iOS 4.x or later. No way to edit user name from app (can only be edited from Mac or PC browser)

It’s a simple, accurate way to track your health from home, and for less than the cost of a single uninsured doctor visit, it could even save your life.

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Blood Pressure Monitor

 

We all have blood pressure, thankfully most of us are in a normal range. However should you be one of those who have abnormal blood pressure than this may be of use.

The business end of the product consists of a cuff suitable for a 9 to 13 inch upper arm and a device that provides the air to inflate the cuff and measure the pressures as well as your pulse. These are stored in the unit. Of course after a while...

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