This is a smart blood pressure monitor that connects to your smartphone. It is great for both iOS and Android devices. It is well-suited for someone looking for a wrist blood pressure monitor. However, it is extremely sensitive to your body position and it might be not as accurate as an upper arm blood pressure monitor.
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Pro Stores all measurements on your phone
This blood pressure monitor stores all your data in the free Koogeek App. It allows up to 16 users to store their measurements. The app provides nice data visualization, which makes it simple to understand whether the readings are within normal levels and how your pulse and blood pressure have changed over time. That is great for understanding measurements at home and really convenient if you want to show the data to your doctor.
Pro Provides reminders to measure your blood pressure
It is possible to set the alarm clock on the App or directly on the blood pressure monitor to remind yourself to measure blood pressure or take medicine on time. That ensures you to never forget to check your blood pressure.
Pro Simple to use
This device is simple to use, because all four buttons on the device are clearly labelled, the wide display screen uses large fonts that are very easy to read and user instructions are displayed on the cuff right in front of you. You just need to put the device on your wrist following the instructions, hit the start and wait for the voice prompt to tell you the results.
Pro Provides irregular heartbeat detection
This monitor has a heart rate detector, which detects your heartbeat while measuring your blood pressure. If an irregular heart rate is detected, an indicator icon will appear to alert you. It is great for detecting the arrhythmias and preventing serious heart symptoms.
Con Extremely sensitive to body position
As it is a wrist blood pressure monitor, the arm and wrist must be at heart level to get an accurate reading. It is also very important that you place the display of the unit on the inside of your wrist with the palm facing upwards. Misuse of the device can lead to improper blood pressure measurements such as too high readings.