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9.2* out of 10

Omron BP710

Great Deal: $29.99

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Overall 10


ramon c., Newegg
2 August 2012
Overall 8

Great Device

ROBERT B., Newegg
8 January 2012
  • Pros: Simple, well made, accurate.
  • Cons: Runs off of 4AAA batteries. AAA batteries? AA batteries have about twice the capacity as AAA batteries for about the same cost. AAA batteries are normally used in very low current applications like remote controls. Omron blew it here. Even though this is a very nice BPM and the battery thing is not a serious problem, I'm taking one egg away from an otherwise great device.
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Overall 10

5 eggs for the BP-710 from an RPh

Anonymous, Newegg
17 January 2011
  • Summary: The US is a wonderful place. This same device is $100 in many other countries. My first review picked up the 5 eggs but deleted the text. Not sure why.
  • Pros: Ordered my 2nd BP-710 from Newegg a few days ago. This inexpensive high quality device met all my expectations for use by the family. It's smart and starts over again when needed - excellent technology. I am a pharmacist and it matches closely the numbers from my old BD sphyg and stethescope. The Omron is inexpensive and works well. My mother-in-law loves it - it causes less squeeze on her arm than my squeeze bulb powered sphyg.
  • Cons: no AC adaptor but no worries. Working fine on 4xAA.
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Overall 10

Ordered a 2nd yesterday

Anonymous, Newegg
14 January 2011
  • Summary: I am a Texas/Oklahoma pharmacist now living in Malaysia. Bought this from Newegg because same device in Kuala Lumpur is about $100. Great buy.
  • Pros: Does what one expects. Sensitive to movement and changes in position and starts over when prudent. Bought this for my mother-in-law. She does not like my sphyg and stethascope - say this does not make her nervous and does not squeeze her arm as tightly.
  • Cons: none for now - but not sure how many runs it will do on one set (4) AA cells. Would be nice to have an AC adaptor but for $35 - no complaints.
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