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Omron 7 Series Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor BP652

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7 Series Wrist BP Monitor



7 Series Wrist BP Monitor - Each
SKU: BP652



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Heart Guide Technology - Heart Guide Technology automatically activates when your wrist is at heart level, ensuring consistently accurate readings Flashing orange and blue indicator lights help guide your wrist to your heart level, making it easier to find the correct position Two User Mode - Allows two different users to monitor and track their readings separately in the stored memory BP Level Indicator - Shows how your reading compares to internationally recognized guidelines for normal home blood pressure levels New slim design is more discrete and convenient for portability, allowing users to monitor their blood pressure at home, work or anywhere Irregular Heartbeat Detector - This monitor can detect and alert you to irregular heartbeats while your blood pressure is being measured Advanced Averaging - Exclusive technology automatically displays the average of up to the last 3 readings taken wtihin the last 10 minutes 200 Memory Storage - 100 memory storage for each person (200 total) with date and time stamp allows you to review the last 100 readings with the touch of a button Requires 2 "AAA" batteries (included)

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WARNING: This product may contain chemicals that are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. This product complies with all state and federal safety standards.

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