Stacy Tilton Reviews: Ozeri CardioTech Digital Arm Blood Pressure Monitor

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Monday, October 20

Ozeri CardioTech Digital Arm Blood Pressure Monitor


My husband has had blood pressure problems for years, well actually as long as I have known him. And because of this he's always wanting to stop and check it whenever we are at any store with a pharmacy area when we shop in together. Usually it's no big deal, but sometimes I just want to get in, get what I need, and get out. Thanks to the Ozeri CardioTech Digital Arm Blood Pressure Monitor I don't have to make any more stops when we are shopping. He can now check his blood pressure anytime he wants from the comfort of our own home. It's super easy to use and I had it set-up and ready to go within a few minutes. It's pretty self-explanatory actually. You put your arm in the cuff and press START, and it does the rest. It even color-codes the reading with different colors (green (normal), orange (prehypertension) and red (hypertension)). It also calculates average blood pressure readings based on the 3 most recent readings, and detects irregular heart (Arrhythmia) for an improved understanding of your heart's health. And it also stores up to 399 readings for up to three users complete with date and time recordings. I really liked that feature because now if I want to use it I don't have to worry about messing up my husbands reading history. Overall it's great to have if you or someone in your household has blood pressure issues they want to monitor.

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