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MABIS SmartRead Plus Automatic Wrist Digital Blood Pressure Monitor
MABIS SmartRead plus automatic wrist digital blood pressure monitor with jumbo display and WHO indicator. Clinical accuracy. Easy to use, one-button operation. WHO indicator provides instant comparison to the standards established by the World Health Organization (WHO). Advanced smart read technology features fuzzy logic inflation and controlled deflation. Alarm clock reminder with three optional time settings. Memory recall of up to 60 readings plus average with time stamp. Easy-to-read jumbo digital display. Simultaneous display of systolic, diastolic and pulse readings. Includes two (2) AAA batteries, storage case, quick start guide and detailed instruction manual in English and Spanish. Fits wrist circumference range: 5-1/8" to 7-1/2". Limited lifetime warranty
Date & Time Stamp
Alarm Clock Reminder
60-reading memory recall
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JUNK!!!!!!!!!!Jun 20, 2012
My mother bought this for some reason (She has an older one that actually gives accurate info). I'm 5'5" and 145lbs and in good shape. My BP is always around 120/80. So I decided to use this thing. lol 165/140 and 170/150 were the first 2 results I got. Guess I should go to the E.R. Stat. Instead, I pulled her older BP monitor out and used it. What do you know? 120/82. Don't waste your money.
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Consistently inaccurateMar 22, 2011
By Don't Call
This product is a terrible waste of money. It's totally inaccurate. Never even comes close to matching readings in the Doctor's office nor readings with my Omron blood pressure machine. You can't rely on this machine and if your blood pressure readings need to be tracked on a regular basis for health reasons you'll be throwing your money away and risking your life using this machine.
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worse BP device everNov 08, 2009
By Daniel Lee Gallegos
I just came out the emergency room, my BP is 92/60 that was what the monitors said through my time there.
This device says 150/80 its giving false readings and the wrist size doesnt fit all, i bought this so i can use for my patients but unless i get a skinny patient, i wont be able to use it. this is the worse ever!