Microlife Blood Pressure Monitor explains a series of automatic and semi automatic upper arm cuff placement units to check blood pressure at the comfort of your own home. It has eleven completely automatic units and three semi automatic units to choose from, ensuring that consumers get exactly what they are looking for.
A Microlife Blood Pressure Monitor describes a series of automatic and semi automatic upper arm cuff placement units to check blood pressure at home.
There are eleven completely automatic units and three semi automatic units to chose from, ensuring that consumers get exactly what they are looking for.
A few highlights are the BP 3BT0-A which is specifically designed for pregnant women, the BP A200 Afib that is rechargeable battery friendly; the BP A130 that is voice guided, has one of the largest cuffs available and can be set with two daily alarms so that the owner is reminded when to take readings.
Microlife Blood Pressure Monitor Features And Specifications
- Takes 3 readings and averages the measurement for a more accurate result
- Detects blood pressure and pulse within specification (even when a patient has an irregular heartbeat)
- Automatic storage of 99 readings with date and time
- BP analyzer software for computer download
- Medical grade accuracy with British Hypertension A/A grading
- Fully automatic or semi-automatic inflation and deflation (depending on the selected model)
- PAD technology (Pulse Arrhythmia detection) detects irregular heartbeats during blood pressure measurement.
Consumers who purchase and use these units give the Microlife Blood Pressure Monitor Series an average of four out of five stars and very good online reviews. Many commented on how impressive and professional the units look and how well designed and easy to use the accompanying software is.
One reviewer said that he was pleased with the fact that the monitor takes three readings then averages them. He found this very useful. He also found that the irregular heartbeat detector works well.
Others said that it worked well straight out of the box and was very comfortable to use as it did not leave bruises after taking a reading like other models they tried.
Another reviewer was impressed by the fact that they are able to download and print up to 100 readings to take to a doctor’s appointment for comparison analysis and monitoring.
Another reviewer commented that they have had their unit for over three years and find that it is still accurate blood pressure readings and is still in perfect working condition.
People who gave an average (2 or 3 star) review experienced either minor software issues that were eventually resolved or found that the USB attachment was difficult to plug into the unit because it was so small. One reviewer commented that the cable was extremely fragile.
The negative reviews that micro life blood pressure monitor models have received are from buyers who had compatibility issues with software installation, and had readings that were consistently inaccurate when compared to those taken manually by a doctor.
One reviewer indicated that his USB attachment did not fit even after he was sent 2 replacements by the manufacturer. He had no other choice than to return the unit.
Overall, the positive reviews of Microlife Blood Pressure Monitor units far outweigh the negative. Reviewers certainly recommend these units for home blood pressure monitoring because they are affordable and any issues are resolved quickly by the manufacturer.