Best Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor.
This wrist blood pressure monitor earned The Best rating from the Hammacher Schlemmer Institute because it was the most accurate and was one of the easiest to operate in comparison tests. The monitors' systolic and diastolic readings were compared to those taken by a cardiology nurse, and The Best model displayed a 94% accuracy rate--the highest of any monitor. The Best model uses the oscillometric method, a technique recommended by the American Heart Association for its accuracy and clinically proven to provide accurate readings for hypertension and arrhythmia.
The Best Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor was one of only two models that automatically illuminates when the device is held at heart level--the ideal position for accurate readings. Panelists lauded The Best model's automatic inflating cuff because it "felt nice around the wrist and was easy to put on." It has irregular heart beat detection and stores 100 readings each for two users.
Powered by two AA batteries (included) that enable up to 300 readings.
3" H x 2-3/4" Diam. (5 oz.)