Omron Wireless Bluetooth Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor










Omron Omron Omron Omron Omron Omron Evolv
3 Series 5 Series 7 Series Wireless Connected 10 Series 10 Series Wireless Connected Evolv
Advanced Accuracy
Multi-Colored BP Level Indicator Lights In App
Cuff Type Wide-Range D-Ring (9 to 17 inches) Wide-Range D-Ring (9 to 17 inches) Easy-Wrap ComFit (9 to 17 inches) Easy-Wrap ComFit (9 to 17 inches) Easy-Wrap ComFit (9 to 17 inches) Preformed Wide-Range 9″-17″
2 User Mode Unlimited in App
Memory Storage 14 100 120 200 200 Unlimited in App
Wireless/Bluetooth Smart/Voice Integration with Amazon Alexa
Irregular Heartbeat Detector
BP Level Bar
Advanced Averaging
AC Adapter/ Battery Type 4 AA Not Included 4 AA Included / AC Adapter Not Included 4 AA Included / AC Adapter Not Included 4 AA Not Included / AC Adapter Included 4 AA Included / AC Adapter Included 4 AAA Included / Not Compatible with Adapter
Q: Why do my blood pressure results vary from reading to reading? A: Published studies show that a given person’s blood pressure can change by up to 20mm within a day, based on activity levels, food/drink intake, stress, etc. That’s why it’s important to take your blood pressure on a regular basis, and review the overall trend of your blood pressure readings with your doctor.
Q: Why are my readings different at home than at the doctor’s office? A: Along with the normal variances of blood pressure daily, there are other factors such as ‘White Coat Hypertension,’ a condition in which a blood person’s blood pressure rises above its usual level when it is measured in a doctor’s office or clinical setting. There is also ‘Masked Hypertension,’ in which a person’s blood pressure falls below its usual level when it is measured in a medical environment. Discuss with your doctor to get the best overall picture of your heart health.
Q: Can the wrong size cuff affect the reading? A: Yes, make sure you are using the correct-sized cuff on your blood pressure monitor. Measure the circumference of your upper arm with a cloth tape measure and select an Omron home blood pressure monitor with the right size cuff. You can also contact our consumer support for assistance.
Q: What should I avoid doing before taking a reading? A: Avoid eating, drinking alcohol or caffeinated beverages, smoking, exercising or bathing for 30 minutes prior to taking a measurement. It is also best to rest for 15 minutes before starting the measurement. Avoid taking a measurement during stressful times. Take the measurement in a quiet place.
Q: What’s the best position for taking a reading? A: Sit in a chair with your feet flat on the floor. Rest your arm on a table with your palm facing upward. The cuff should be level with your heart. Do not talk or move during the measurement.
Q: What’s the best time to take a measurement? A: Try to take readings at the same general times each day (for example, once in the morning and once at night) for comparison purposes.