Reviewing a Blood Pressure Monitor BPM-20A

I am reviewing the MeasuPro Model BPM-20A upper arm blood pressure monitor it seems to work really nice and accurately I really like this unit and tossed out my really old one I found out it was not working properly.

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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.  I was given this to try out for a honest review.

Buy it on Amazon —- http://www.amazon.com/MeasuPro-BPM-20A-Digital-Pressure-Indicator/dp/B00TGC4MNY/

  

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