Blood Pressure Monitor by Omron 5 Series Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor; 2-User, 100-Reading Memory, Soft Wide-Range Cuff, 1 Dr. Recommended by Omron


About the productUp to two users can assess or check, store and review up to 50 blood pressure readings each (total 100 measurements with date/time stamps); displays the average of up to your last 3 readings taken within 10 minutes; includes irregular heartbeat detectionOmron 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 yearsThe contoured soft cuff is designed to comfortably fit standard and large adult arm circumferences from 9 to 17 inches in circumferencePackage includes one blood pressure monitor; one wide-range, contoured soft cuff; quick start guide; instruction manual and 4 AA batteriesNote: 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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Omron 5 Series Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor for Two Users

D-Ring Cuff Fits Standard and Large Arms

The 5 Series home blood pressure monitor with Omron’s Advanced Accuracy helps ensure consistent, precise readings.

Advanced Accuracy

One-touch start provides consistent and precise at-home digital blood pressure readings and detects irregular heartbeats during measurement.

Stores 100 Readings, 50 Each for Two Users

You and a friend or family member can monitor your blood pressure and pulse rate together because our advanced unit stores 50 readings for each user and includes date and time stamps. The Advanced Averaging feature automatically displays the average of the last 3 readings taken within 10 minutes.

Common Questions Answered

“How can I tell if my blood pressure is in or out of range?”

This wrist monitor features a blood pressure level bar, which compares your reading to internationally recognized guidelines for normal blood pressure.

“Why does my blood pressure fluctuate?”

It’s normal for your blood pressure to vary every day—as much as 20mmHg up or down. It’s also common for it to be higher or lower at the doctor’s office. Be sure to discuss your results with your doctor.

“When is the best time to take a reading?”

You can take readings twice a day, at the same general times each day. For example, once in the morning and once at night for comparison purposes. Check with your doctor for specific instructions.*

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September 13, 2017

24/7 helpdesk is also available. I Love it!



September 13, 2017

24/7 helpdesk is also available. I Love it!

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