This monitor doesn't simply display the results of the measurement, but also adds an interpretation: is your blood pressure too high or low. It also shows the average of the last three readings for comparison.
This device is very simple to use: all four buttons are clearly labeled; the display screen uses a large font that's very easy to read; and the instructions are written right on the cuff. You just need to put the device on your wrist, hit start and wait for the voice prompt to tell you the res...
The precision of the measurements depends a lot on how you're sitting. To get the most accurate results, you have to put the monitor on the left wrist (with the palm facing up) as you hold it strictly at heart level.
Since this monitor doesn't have a screen or internal memory, you need to know how to interpret the readings on the gauge. And if you want to keep track of your blood pressure over time, you'll have to write down the figures separately.