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Tuesday, March 10, 2015

#Review - Keep Your Blood Pressure In Check With the Ozeri CardioTech Pro Series Digital Blood Pressure Monitor


My husband and I always try our best to keep ourselves healthy.  We try to make sure that we exercise and walk as regularly as possible, take our supplements, and watch our blood pressure.

It is so much more convenient to take our blood pressure in the comfort of our own home.  I really don't like going into a drug store and putting my arm in a contraption that who knows who was using it last.  It is just a more relaxing atmosphere at home, and that's exactly how you need to feel when you take your blood pressure.


We recently received a new blood pressure monitor from Ozeri.  It's the BP01K CardioTech Pro Series Digital Blood Pressure Monitor with Heart Health and Hypertension Indicator.  It's simply a great little wrist blood pressure monitor.  It's comfortable on the wrist and so easy to use.


Everything you need to get started using the CardioTeck Pro Series Digital Blood Pressure Monitor is included in the package: 2 AAA batteries, a carrying case and user manual.  One blood pressure cooler - batteries are included.  This blood pressure monitor is compact, portable, and so simple to use.



It's a sleek looking blood pressure monitor that slips on the wrist easily and secures with Velcro.  With the new MWI (Measure While Inflate) technology, the automatic inflation and dynamic measurement technology will vary the inflation process according to real-time blood pressure detection to reduce measurement time and increase user comfort.  Just push the middle button, and it inflates quickly, takes your pressure, all with no discomfort.


The LED screen has all of the information for your blood pressure easy to see.  On the left side of the screen, there is an automatic hypertension indicator to show you if your pressure is good (in the green), pre-hypertension (in the yellow), and red (hypertension-see your doctor!).   This blood pressure monitor will also detect if you have irregular heartbeat (arrhythmia), and will store up to 180 different readers for two people (90 per person).  With a push of a button, it will also calculate your average blood pressure.


On the side of the strap, there is a little graphic that tells you how to position the monitor and your arm to help you take your blood pressure correctly.   Do you know how to take your blood pressure to where you get the best possible most accurate reading?  Here are some tips:

Ensure that you are not eating, talking, laughing or smoking for at least 5 minutes before a measurement.

Do not talk, read, eat or watch television during measurement. Try your best to relax and avoid distractions.

Stimulants such as caffeine and certain medicines can affect your blood pressure. Taking your blood pressure at the same time every day in a relaxed setting will provide a better picture of your blood pressure over time.

Using your blood pressure monitor’s Average function is recommended as individual results may vary based on other factors, such as stress, exercise, smoking, ambient temperature, and a recent meal resulting in a full stomach and/or bladder.

Taking your blood pressure at home and then at your Doctor’s office can sometimes lead to different results, due to heightened anxiety sometimes experienced when visiting the Doctor.

Ensure that your arm/wrist and heart are level.

Taking repeated readings in rapid fashion can lead to inaccurate measurements. Allow for a few minutes to pass before the next reading, taking care to remain relaxed and calm.

Always sit upright while taking a measurement and rest your elbow on a flat surface. Do not cross your legs.

Ensure that thick clothing is removed when taking a measurement.

Ensure that the wrist cuff is ¼ to ½” away from the bottom of your palm.

Ensure that the wrist cuff is fitted so as to allow one finger to fit in between your wrist and the cuff.

Do not place cellular phones near the blood pressure monitor.


I also wanted to include that the batteries are so easy to get to.  One blood pressure monitor I had, you had to get under the wrist cuff to change out the batteries.  It was such a hassle!  The Ozeri CardioTech Pro Series has the battery compartment at the top - so so easy to get to.


It is so much easier to take your blood pressure at home - the most relaxing environment.  Get the easiest more convenient monitor, the Ozeri CardioTech Pro Series Digital Blood Pressure Monitor - model BP01K.  Get it Today at Amazon, it's currently on sale for only $32.95.  For my Canadian friends, here's the link to Ozeri CardioTech Pro Series at Amazon.ca.


The products that Ozeri offers just keeps amazing me with their wonderful quality and with such a variety of items.   Be it for the kitchen, for your health and fitness, your home and bath - everything that Ozeri offers is guaranteed.

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3 comments:

  1. That is so cool! It looks like a much easier one to utilize than the wrap around arm cuff one the hubby uses. He has dangerously high blood pressure, so he has to keep tabs on it - I might have to look into getting one of those, the one he uses is very annoying when he uses it in the middle of the night. ;) Great review, Danielle! :)

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  2. Oh yeah, I need me one of these. I take my blood pressure every day due to fluctuating blood pressure and today mine was a bit high but that was because I was going to get my injections. I have big arms and 9x out of 10 they have to go get a bigger machine of they take it lower. This would be perrrrrrrr fect around the wrist. I didn't know they made them like this.

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  3. Oh yeah, I need me one of these. I take my blood pressure every day due to fluctuating blood pressure and today mine was a bit high but that was because I was going to get my injections. I have big arms and 9x out of 10 they have to go get a bigger machine of they take it lower. This would be perrrrrrrr fect around the wrist. I didn't know they made them like this.

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