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  • OMRON 7 Series Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor; 100-Reading Memory with Heart Zone Guidance and UltraSilent Inflation byOMRON
  • OMRON 7 Series Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor; 100-Reading Memory with Heart Zone Guidance and UltraSilent Inflation byOMRON

Omron

OMRON 7 Series Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor; 100-Reading Memory with Heart Zone Guidance and UltraSilent Inflation byOMRON

Omron

OMRON 7 Series Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor; 100-Reading Memory with Heart Zone Guidance and UltraSilent Inflation byOMRON

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Product Description Product Description
  • Stores up to 100 readings with date and time stamp and Advanced Averaging automatically displays the averages up to the last three readings taken within the last 10 minutes
  • Our Heart Zone Guidance feature lights up when your wrist is at heart level to help ensure precise readings; the Movement Error Symbol displays if body movement is detected [Remove the cuff and wait 2 3 minutes before taking another measurement]
  • Features irregular heartbeat indicator and shows how your reading compares to the internationally recognized guidelines for normal home blood pressure levels [NOTE: Models BP 652 and BP 652N include the same features]
  • Omron is the #1 recommended home blood pressure monitor brand by doctors and pharmacists for clinically accurate home monitoring, and the #1 selling manufacturer of home blood pressure monitors for over 40 years
  • Note: Blood pressure varies constantly due to many factors including stress, time of day, and how you wrap the cuff, may affect your blood pressure
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Accurate device with good battery life and thorough instructions. For best results read and follow the instrutions!!!I'm a bit reluctant to give five stars to a medical device. It's one of those things that my Doctor told me to buy so that I could monitor my blood pressure. He said that it didn't really matter which one I bought. Hmmm....I did a bit of hunting around in local pharmacies and then decided to browse reviews of blood pressure monitors on Amazon. What a minefield. In the end I decided to buy a wrist blood pressure monitor on the basis of size and convenience. Omron seem to be the market leader and this was sensibly priced.The wrist monitor goes around your wrist and is secured by velcro. When turned on the cuff inflates and your blood pressure is recorded along with your heart rate. It takes two AAA batteries which have lasted three months with regular use and are still going strong. The unit records 100 measurements.If you read reviews you'll see a range of opinions of the same device. As I said reviews of medical devices can be a minefield and blood pressure monitors are subject of particular angst. Blood pressure is difficult to measure properly. It can be labile and is affected by many things. This Omron wrist blood pressure cuff comes with a comprehensive, and clear set of instructions on how to use it properly. If you follow these instructions it does a very good job and agrees well with measurements taken in a doctor's office. If you don't follow the instructions then the results can be variable. In the end this sort of device is best used to give a range rather than a precise value. If you need to know if your blood pressure is high or low then this is a very good, small and convenient way of doing it. If you follow the instructions properly then it is accurate but you must read the instructions thoroughly and follow them. This is not a problem with the device but a reflection of how difficult blood pressure can be to monitor.Accurate device with a 100 reading memory, thorough instructions and a good battery life. 5Better than expectedEDIT: Afte giving this a 5-Start I am back to reduce it to a 3-Star. Despite my best efforts, I am unable to set the date and time on this unit. The button to program appears to do nothing. It still takes BP and does a good job logging, only there are no dates.First off reading BP from the wrist is not as accurate as the upper arm, so for all the reviews saying it was not accurate, do your homework.This little unit is amazing; it is very quiet and I can take my BP at work at my desk without anyone knowing.The unit works quickly and is not in the least bit uncomfortable. It has a memory that stores up to 100 readings.It comes with a small black discrete case that fits in my bag nicely.I liked this unit so much I bought a second one for my grandmother. 3Happy and easy to use once I learn how to use it correctly.Just got this, I had trouble positioning it right until I watch a video online. Put your wrist monitor on using your thumb as the center point, turn wrist monitor on, place your hand with the monitor on opposite shoulder and hold on (your arm will cross your heart), then hold onto the elbow with your other hand against your body, the light turns blue representing a good position. this position gives me good numbers every time ( like what I get in the dr. office). Other positions the numbers were so high, and very discouraging when we got it. Very easy to put on have to put it just above the knob bones of your wrist(carpal bones) centering it with the thumb so you can see the numbers. I tighten the strap to where it feels secure and is comfortable. I did a search on how to calibrate Omron 7 series wrist blood pressure monitor when I found the video. Always take two readings, giving some time between the two, the 2nd reading is always lower for me by a few points 3 points lower today. We have both but the cuff of the upper arm one was hurting my arm when it tighten I was looking for a Omron xl cuff when I found the Omron wrist machine. This wrist machine is so quiet and so comfortable. Will have to write more after we have had it for awhile. 5Do NOT buy this monitor!!I found out today with my Dr that this wrist BP monitor is off by over 20 points on my reading. I tried both arms this morning in my Dr office with his cuff and here are my readings:With the Omron wrist monitor I get 117/78With the official Dr reading with his professional arm cuff he is reading 140/80We retested twice with the same readings.. I tend to believe the air pump cuff he was using.I tried both wrists and the same result.This is UNACCEPTABLE! I will try to get my money back on this one. I have major BP issues and taking all sorts of medications and exercise and for my monitor to be off this bad is really troublesome to me.He told me to dump it and get an arm monitor!Do NOT buy this. 1Not accurate! Hurry up and return it!I bought this to replace my lost blood pressure monitor. The last one worked well and had the same model number... but a completely different design. So I trusted this device to be of the same quality. WRONG after testing the device for a little more than a month, we have determined that it is dagerously inaccurate. Now that over a month has passed I can not return this to Amazon. My advice is to NOT BUY this product, or return it before 30 days are up. Now I CAN'T TRUST OMRON. They are clearly selling a defective product under the name of a previously good product. 1Good, if you use it correctly.I've been taking my own blood pressure readings since the 1980s. I have experience with the old, manual type upper-arm sleeves with stethoscope; digital, automatic [no stethoscope] upper-arm sleeves, and this wrist monitor. I even tried the old Omron finger blood pressure monitor many years ago which were reviewed as being inaccurate and which I don't think are sold anymore, except there are some cheap knockoffs [non-Omron] still being offered for sale.My primary concern with any blood pressure measuring device is that it be accurate. Convenience is nice, but if it's inaccurate then it's not very useful, and could even be dangerous if relied upon.I was convinced to try this wrist monitor after reading that it was well-rated by Consumer Reports magazine. I had been put off non-armcuff models after having tried the older Omron finger blood pressure monitor (as described above). While convenience isn't paramount to me, I wanted something that was less obtrusive and less noisy that I could use at work; but again, only if it were accurate.The device is well made and convenient to use. It makes some noise, but it is less than the Omron HEM-711 model I was using previously. The noise is mostly from the small cuff inflating, but again, it isn't onerous. If it makes any sense, I'd say the noise is less than half of what the model HEM-711 puts out. There are beeps that tell you if the cuff is positioned correctly and for other user feedback, but they can be disabled if desired.Now for the accuracy part:When I first slapped it on it wasn't very accurate. The readings were too low for me. I'm familiar with my range, and these were about 20 points too low. So, okay, now I was bummed out. But... I still wanted to give it a fair shake remembering that Consumer Reports had given it good marks for accuracy. So I decided to be more rigorous about it.What I did was make sure I was calm and relaxed and then proceeded to do a fairly standardized comparison between my Omron HEM-711 and this new Omron BP652 with several readings and short periods of rest between them. I found that if I used the BP652 correctly that it was accurate. So what did I do? Here's how I use it to get the best results:* Mount it correctly on your wrist. It matters that it is aligned with your thumb, as outlined in the manual.* Mount it correctly (part 2): It matters that you avoid that protruding bump from the bone in your wrist, as outlined in the manual. This means you have to mount the device to ride slightly higher on your wrist than you'd expect. It shouldn't be worn as you would a watch or a bracelet. It goes about 1/2" higher than that. It feels a little funny at first, as if it should be lower, but like I said, this positioning counts.* Set the option for when it starts recording your blood pressure as "on2". I won't attempt to explain the details of how to configure this setting here, but when you read the instructions it'll make sense, and it's easy enough to do. Basically, that's the setting that makes sure you have it positioned correctly before it takes the blood pressure reading. It'll wait until you have it right. The default setting starts taking the reading after a short amount of time even if it isn't correctly positioned. I imagine the default setting is meant for certain cases where patients have some kind of mobility impairment, but I don't know that for sure.* When it's in the right position, move it away from your chest. Don't move it up or down, just move it away from your chest so that it isn't touching your chest.That's it. It seems to have similar readings to my Omron HEM-711. That's how to get the best readings from this device, but there are more things you need to do. I'm listing them separately because some of you know these things already, and they're not specific to this device. I'm listing them just in case it may benefit someone, because we're all in this together:* Sit upright without straining. Try not to slouch too much or sit bolt upright.* Keep your feet on the floor not on the footstool.* Don't take your blood pressure reading after eating, smoking, or drinking alcohol. Wait at least 30-45 minutes.* Don't talk while you're taking your blood pressure; it drives it up.* Don't hold your breath or breath shallowly while taking your blood pressure thinking that if you stay completely still you'd get a better reading. Holding your breath or breathing very shallowly will deprive your blood of some oxygen and trigger the brain's response to increase your heart rate and thus, your blood pressure. You can breath regularly without negatively affecting your blood pressure.* If you decide to buy a cuff-type monitor make sure that the cuff is around your heart level, too. If it's lower the blood pressure readings will be slightly elevated, and if it's too high the readings will be slightly too low. This advice is not meant to be taken too rigidly. Just don't have the cuff at head level or around your waist and you'll be fine.* Don't walk around and then sit down and then immediately take your blood pressure. Wait a while for your body to acclimate to sitting and then take the reading.That's it. And don't forget to take your meds if prescribed to you. : ) 5I am a doctor and I love this wrist cuff BP monitor!This is an excellent product. I am a physician with severe blood pressure problems due to autonomic neuropathy, which means my blood pressure can be too high or too low with no regular pattern. I have taken my blood pressure for years at home using my own traditional arm cuff and stethoscope, but when this problem developed I needed a quicker, easier method of taking my BP since I now have to do it more often. I looked at several products, and decided on this one based upon the company reputation, ease of use and the reviews. The first two days I used it I double-checked all of the results with my arm cuff and stethoscope, and found it to be very accurate once I learned how to position it correctly. What I found to be most important for an accurate result is that you must have the wrist cuff at least 1 cm away from the edge of the bony knob of your wrist or the reading will be off. The instructions are a bit confusing regarding this because it says to make sure the cuff is not on the bony knob but also says the cuff will be ~inch below your hand on the inner side, and my cuff in the proper position is about 2 inches from the bottom of my hand. My BP readings were inaccurately high the way I originally had the cuff following the instructions to the best of my ability, and I would not have known this if I didn't have my arm cuff and stethoscope to verify the readings. Once I placed the cuff a little farther away from my wrist bones, slightly higher up my arm, the readings became very accurate. It is also important that you don't move during the reading and that you have your hand open and your head up. The instructions say to be sitting as if in a chair, but I also found the results to be accurate sitting up in bed, standing and laying down in bed. It is not accurate if you are walking or moving around. I use the "on2" setting usually because the light turns blue when the cuff is in the right position and the cuff won't inflate if it's not correctly positioned at the level of your heart, but it also works laying down if you turn the setting to "off" and just have your arm on your chest with the cuff over your heart. I am extremely happy with this wrist cuff BP monitor and find it very easy and convenient to use as well as accurate. I give it my highest professional recommendation! 5New Series 7 monitor is different, but I found it as accurate as the old model when correctly used.I had the older Omron 7 Series wrist blood pressure monitor but gave it to my parents a couple months ago after my mother was diagnosed with hypertension. I read so many negative reviews about the new version that I was hesitant to repurchase one as a replacement. Yet, after much shopping and review reading, I bit the bullet and bought one (not on Amazon because I'd read its policy does not allow these to be returned).Day 1 and, so far, I'm happy with the new model.New version differs from the old model in the way it goes on the wrist AND the way it is used. Also, there are TWO Series 7 versions now. One with bluetooth (gray front) and this model without. Very Misleading, Omron. Shame, shame. That said, I found the new model easy to use and accurate. I tested it against the old model that I gave to my parents. And the old model had been triple tested at various doctor's appointments over the years. Perhaps some of the negative reviews come from people trying to use the new model the old way?**Old model has a formed cuff that makes it easy to put in place before before securing. New model is not as convenient, yet is not difficult to use.**The old model went below the thumb side of the wrist, near the wrist bone; New model goes on the inside of the wrist, on the tender smooth area over the veins.**To get a reading, you'd hold the old model up to your chest, level with your heart; New model requires the elbow to be on a table with the arm outstretched and the wrist up to heart level.**The old model came with a white, square storage box; the new one has a black case about half the height. The different type of wrist strap makes more compact when folded and stored.**Old model saved readings for two users, plus had a guest mode; New model saves only for a single user.**Old model inflates with a very soft humming sound; new model is completely silent.I considered the cheaper Series 3 but decided against it because:1) it was not available locally and I didn't want to order this item online. (I wanted to make sure I could easily return if there was a problem)2) It does not have the "heart zone guidance" (the blue light that tells you it's level with your heart.) With all the negative reviews, I thought it best to go with a model that tells me I'm in the right position so I could rule out user error if there was a problem.FYI, there is another Series 3 version. Omron packages it for Target's Up & Up brand. Unlike the Omron-packaged series 3, the Up & Up model does not have an irregular heartbeat indicator, which I wanted on my monitor. 5WORTHLESSI purchased the Omron Wrist Monitor primarily for my husband's monitoring of his pulse. It arrived on a Friday and for the first 3 days I took my blood pressure, exactly as instructed in the manual, and it was consistently high which is not normal for me. Most times it was above 139/85 and several times as high as 148, which is stage 1 hypertension. On Monday I went to my doctor's office and a nurse took my blood pressure and it was 122/80. Then I took it with the Wrist Monitor and it was 142. Results were the same 30 minutes later. Throughout the day my blood pressure measured over 138 each time I took it with the Omron Wrist Monitor. This Monitor is inaccurate and is detrimental to your health. The company will not refund my money. 1Good unit however ...in my experience, blood pressure measurements have a fair amount of variability under the best of circumstances, regardless of whether you're doing it in a doctor's office or at home. Therefore it's difficult to give a quantitative assessment of a product like this. We also have the previous version (identical model number - more on that later) and after multiple comparative trials using both models on both my wife and myself, the results seem more or less consistent. Have also taken this model into the doctor's office and the results from this unit are fairly consistent with the nurse's measurement. My wife and I each use this unit twice a day and it has held up well for several months now.One should note that this unit operates quite differently than the previous unit with the same model number. This unit is used with the device on the inside of the wrist and placing the elbow on a table, then raising/lowering your wrist until the blue light comes on (supposedly indicating it is at the same level as your heart). With the older unit, the device was on the outside of the wrist and your forearm was placed across your chest such that the device was located in close proximity to your heart. The new unit records 99 measurements for one user while the older unit records 99 measurements each for two users. My complaint is that Omron apparently markets these two devices as the same model number when they are clearly significantly different in both operation and capability. 4
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