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Blood Pressure Monitor-Cocobear Wrist Blood Pressure Cuff Type Monitor with Large LCD Display, 2 Users Mode Clinically Accurate Measurement, Heartbeat

Why choose CocoBear wrist blood pressure monitor?
CocoBear digital blood pressure monitor adopts imported advanced high-precision chip.
With humanized comfortable adjustable large cuff design.
Provide you with accurate blood pressure and heart rate measurement.
Simple operation, accurate measurement.

Specifications

1. Measuring principle: Oscillometric method
2. Printing accuracy: 3mmHg
3. Pressure range: 0-299 mmHg
4. Pulse range: 40-199 pulses / min
5. Pulse accuracy: 5 of reading

Warm tips:

1.Best Time for a Reading: Try to take readings at the same general times each day
For example, once in the morning and once at night for comparison purposes.
2.Correct measurement posture:
●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.
3.Avoid eating, drinking alcohol or caffeinated drinks, smoking.
4.Measurement results can be affected by various uncertainties.
It is recommended that the first measurement data be negligible.
5. Avoid taking a measurement during the stressful time.
It is best to rest 15 minutes before starting the measurement.

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2 Comments to “Blood Pressure Monitor-Cocobear Wrist Blood Pressure Cuff Type Monitor with Large LCD Display, 2 Users Mode Clinically Accurate Measurement, Heartbeat”

  • Anonymous August 23, 2019 at 6:02 pm

    Accurate Reading

  • Anonymous August 23, 2019 at 6:08 pm

    So who does make a decent bp cuff anymore? You can’t find any standout reviews on any of them. I took a chance with this one, but I wouldn’t buy it again. It sounds weird when it is increasing the pressure before measurement, and though it might say something like 200 or 180 before it begins releasing pressure, there is barely any pressure on the wrist. When I retake with my old arm Omron, they don’t match at all, though I no longer trust the Omron either because the velcro doesn’t hold…

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