Color Interpreting Blood Pressure Monitor


As one gets older, more and more maladies tend to pop up out of nowhere. Case in point, high blood pressure, making it essential to monitor your blood pressure frequently from your home without waiting for the annual health checkup to do so. For those who are too lazy to understand whether the figures presented in a blood pressure reading is high or low, here’s a gizmo that ought to help you out in a jiffy – we’re talking about the Color Interpreting Blood Pressure Monitor. Offering precise readings, if your blood pressure is on the high end, then it will be displayed with a red tinge on the monitor, while those who are still on the safe side will be happy to see a blue glow instead. Sounds like a luxurious $79.95 to spend on, but it is a gift worth considering if you want to get mom and dad something this summer as a gift.

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hukiworld Says: May 1, 2010 at 11:40 am

I’ll just teach my parents to take their blood pressure by stop watch same as nurses do in hospitals- more accurate actually and best thing it’s cheap free!

Al Says: May 1, 2010 at 11:13 pm


I suggest you buy either this blood pressure monitor or another similar device for your parents.
Why? Because the method you mentioned is used by nurses to check someone’s PULSE, not blood pressure…

Jim Says: October 30, 2010 at 10:30 am

That’s a really great idea with the colors. It looked like that model is a wrist monitor. Do they make any upper arm monitors? Based on what I’ve read wrist and finger monitors aren’t as accurate.

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