Sunday, March 29, 2015

MeasuPro BPM-20A Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor ~ #Review #MeasuPro

Disclosure: I received complimentary sample in exchange for a product review. However, all opinions expressed here are my own.

MeasuPro BPM-20A Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor ~ #Review #MeasuPro 

Product Description:

MeasuPro helps keep you focused on your health by providing you with the tools you need. Using advanced technology, the MeasuPro Digital Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor provides accurate measurements of your blood pressure and pulse rate. Measurements are taken through an automatic, fast and easy process using Measure and Inflate technology. The pressurized arm cuff auto-inflates with the touch of a button and automatically releases the pressure when the measurement is complete. This MeasuPro Digital Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor features a bright LCD display with separate touch buttons for each individual user. It features a unique desktop design so you can easily store this device in your home or office. The BPM80A records up to 120 blood pressure readings, 60 readings per user, with date and time memory recall. Graphical readings are classified in five different levels and color coded to represent the reading's level of hypertension. It also calculates and averages your blood pressure based on the last 3 readings and detects irregular heartbeats and any arrhythmias. Arm cuff fits upper arm circumference of 23-32 cm. The MeasuPro blood pressure monitor ships with 4 AAA batteries (included), medium to large sized arm cuff, carrying bag, and user manual. 2 year manufacturer's warranty included.

My Thoughts:

Whenever I go to the doctor my blood pressure is a little higher than it should be but that's because I get nervous just going to the doctor. Still, I like to keep an eye on it at home to make sure it's alright and not too high. We have an old fashioned monitor that is about 20 years old so I was excited to  try out the MeasuPro BPM-20A Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor.

This is a very modern blood pressure monitor which is so easy to use, that even I can do it. It comes with 4 AA batteries which is nice so you don't have to go out and buy batteries right away. You just insert the batteries on the bottom of the unit and replace the cover to get started.

You set the date and time on the monitor before using it so that a time stamp can be assigned to each record that is stored in the memory. It's really easy to do and they have the directions to follow with no problem. When you have the settings ready you put the cuff on your upper arm. It fit great on my arm (snug yet comfortable) and I had extra room to tighten it.  It also fits my husband's arm which is a lot larger than mine.

Make sure to position the tube off center towards the inner side of your arm, Once again, the cuff should be snug but not too tight. The monitor records readings for up to two different users. You just press User 1 or User 2 to take your blood pressure, It's that easy!

I found the reading to be accurate in comparison to my normal readings. The numbers show up bright and are easy to read on the large display screen, The monitor will automatically turn off after 1 minute or you can press the user button or MEM button to turn it off.

I like that the MeasuPro BPM-20A Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor can record up to 120 readings, with 60 readings per user. This is nice so you can keep a record to see how your blood pressure fluctuates.

I'm very happy with this monitor and would highly recommend it to anyone. It's easy, fast, and you get accurate readings! The desktop design also makes it really easy to store in a cabinet.

If you are interested it is offered at Amazon on the link below.

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