Sweepstakes Diva

Ozeri Blood Pressure Cuff

on August 28, 2015

pic1I just got this great digital wrist blood pressure monitor from Ozeri. I have had high blood pressure for a couple of years now so being able to monitor at home is really important to me.  If I feel like it is high I want a quick easy way that I can measure it.  However, I’m not a doctor or nurse and I have no idea how to use a blood pressure cuff.  That’s where this blood pressure monitor from Ozeri comes in handy.  Just slide the cuff on your wrist.  Press the power button and it starts to work instantly.  It tells you your blood pressure and your pulse.  I also love that it gives you the option to store your readings (up to 60) so you can monitor your readings over a period of time.  It also ranks your blood pressure on the side, red if it’s to high, yellow if it’s slightly high, and green if it’s good.  It works really well and is really accurate too.

Here is some additional information from the company:

  • Portable, accurate, and simple-to-use with clinically proven technology.
  • Fully automatic inflation and dynamic measurement technology that varies the inflation process according to real-time blood pressure detection to reduce measurement time and increase user comfort.
  • Stores 180 blood pressure readings (90 x 2 users) with date and time recordings.
  • Automatic Irregular heartbeat (Arrhythmia) detection and WHO Hypertension Indicator.
  • Push-button access to Average blood pressure calculation.

You can purchase this cuff on Amazon!

I received this item complimentary or at a reduced price for my honest review.  However, I only recommend products I truly love and use to my readers. #AmazonReview

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