Everyone should keep tabs on his or her blood pressure, and now you don’t need to use a device from the stone age to do it. The iHealth Track Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor is an awesome blood pressure cuff that connects to your iPhone, iPad, or Android device. It not only shows readings in real-time, but also tracks your blood pressure for future reference and so you can see trends. It’s definitely worth every penny at $40, but an on-site coupon available right now on Amazon slashes that price to just $28.99. That’s an all-time low!

Here’s more info from the product page:

  • CLINICALLY ACCURATE : Easy Operation by two buttons, Advanced Accuracy, No Calibration required.
  • LARGE MULTI-COLOR BACKLIT DISPLAY: The large, oversized numbers make reading the results from this upper arm blood pressure monitoring device a breeze. Coded (GREEN/YELLOW/RED) display tells if your blood pressure readings are optimal or not.
  • EASY MANAGEMENT : Manage and track up to 99 readings on your blood pressure monitor and unlimited readings on your smartphone with iHealth’s free iOS and Android applications ( iOS 8.0 or later. Android 5.0 or later.Requires Bluetooth 4.0.and up).
  • HEART RHYTHM DISTURBANCES: This unit automatically identifies and alerts you to any heart rhythm disturbances. If detected, a warning symbol will be displayed after the measurement is taken.
  • What You Get: 1 FDA Cleared & Medical CE Approved blood pressure monitor that meets ESH 2010 performance standards, 4 AAA batteries, 1 wide range cuff that fits upper arms with Circumference of 8.7″-16.5″ (22-42cm),1 Instruction manual & 1 Quick User Guide (English, French and Spanish),our worry-free 12-month warranty and friendly US-based customer service, Support Email: support@ihealthlabs.com


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