Reviews and Problems with Withings Smart Blood Pressure Monitor BP-800
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Withings Smart Blood Pressure Monitor
30 June 2011
Excerpt: Traditional automatic blood pressure monitoring cuffs sell for $40 to $50, combining gray fabric tubes with pneumatic pumps and battery-powered black and white displays. In each case, you wrap the cuff around your arm, press a button, then watch as your systolic, diastolic, and pulse rates are monitored though the use of air pressure. Withings’ design does the same thing, except with more style.
Excerpt: The Omron IA2 we’ve been using is a well-designed little unit but it has one drawback – while it can store 90 readings in its memory, those readings are stuck there and can’t be viewed on a graph or viewed remotely by a doctor.
Pros: Well made; easy and fun to use; many sharing options; good price