Omron HEM 629 Auto Inflate Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor
Omron HEM 629 Auto Inflate Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor

 
List Price: $49.88

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Product Description

Taking your blood pressure is easy with the portable wrist monitor. Simply wrap the cuff around the wrist, and press START. In seconds, your blood pressure and pulse are displayed on the large digital panel.

Wrist blood pressure monitors are portable, accurate and simple to use. They provide a convenient choice for those who want a second unit for away from home or who have trouble placing a cuff on their arm. The Omron HEM-629 Auto Inflate Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor uses Omron's patented IntelliSense technology, which inflates the wrist cuff to the ideal level with each use and offers fast, personalized, and automatic inflation for maximum comfort. No adjustments are required to select an inflation level--especially convenient for hypertensive users and for people with certain arrhythmia or heart disorders, because their blood pressure is more likely to fluctuate. And with the HEM -629's 60-memory recall with date and time stamp, as well as averaging capabilities for the last three readings, you can track your blood pressure and pulse progress as your work towards a healthier lifestyle. You'll have additional peace of mind knowing that the HEM-629 comes with a 5-year warranty.

Because the HEM-629 has a wrist cuff, it is particularly helpful if you have a larger than average sized arm. The monitor fits those with a wrist size of 5.25 to 8.5 inches, and it ensures easier and more comfortable use. Note, however, that a wrist monitor does require proper positioning of the device at the heart level. It is critical that when using a blood pressure monitor the cuff is the appropriate size and is properly applied. An ill-fitting cuff or an incorrectly-applied cuff can result in inaccurate readings. Consult your doctor or the included instructions for the proper application of the cuff.

What's in the Box
HEM-629, 2 "AAA" batteries, carrying case, and user manual.

Compare Omron Wrist Blood Pressure Monitors

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Features Easy one-touch operation Advanced position sensor Omron Health managment software
Clinically Proven Accurate
Intellisense
Advanced Diagnostics
  • 60 memory
  • Advanced averaging
  • Date and time
  • APS
  • Detects irregular heartbeat
  • 90 memory
  • Advanced averaging
  • Date and time
  • APS
  • Detects A.M. hypertension
  • Detects irregular heartbeat
  • Hypertension indicator
  • 100 total memory
  • TruRead
  • Advanced averaging
Power 2 "AAA" (included) 2 "AAA" (included) 2 "AAA" (included)
Warranty 5 Year 5 Year 5 Year
Cuff/Cuff size Wrist 5.25" to 8.5" Wrist 5.25" to 8.5" Wrist 5.25" to 8.5"
Carrying/Storage Case
Omron Health Management Software

Q&A - Wrist Blood Pressure Monitors

What is Advanced Position Sensor (APS)?
APS ensures an accurate reading. Correct cuff positioning is critical when monitoring blood pressure. Only Omron Wrist Blood Pressure Monitors with APS have a unique positioning sensor that automatically confirms the cuff is level with the user's heart. This helps ensure that each and every reading is accurate.
What is important to know about your Blood Pressure Monitor?
Blood pressure monitors with wrist cuffs are particularly helpful if you have a larger than average sized arm. The wrist cuff ensures easier and more comfortable use. The wrist cuff requires proper positioning at the heart level.

It is critical that when using a blood pressure monitor the cuff is the appropriate size and is properly applied. An ill-fitting cuff or an incorrectly-applied cuff can result in inaccurate readings. Consult your doctor or the instructions that came with your blood pressure monitor for the proper application of the cuff.

Features:
  • 21 memory recall with date and time stamp
  • 2 "AAA" batteries included
  • Clinically proven accuracy
  • Carrying case included
  • 5 year warranty

Customer Reviews:

  • good product but the model doen't is 629
    It's the best brand in pressure blood monitors, really. you don't need to buy batteries and the pressure samples are easy and faster. But amazon send me anothe model, not 629, instead they send me 629-N2, differents buttons and same operations funtion. ...more info
  • Easy to use
    I have used this a few times since purchased and it is extremely easy to use. All you do is pop in the batteries (included) and put it on your wrist and hit start. The measuring seems very accurate. I also have a watch that measures heart rate, and I have checked it against the wrist cuff, and they always come out the same or within one reading. The memory feature is good, but you may still need to track yours on paper if more than one person uses it because it just tracks the last 60 readings with no other info....more info
  • fabulous instrument
    Really easy to use, as it goes on your wrist, not your upper arm. My cardiologist at UCLA recommended it, saying 'you don't need one with a computer that keeps track of months of data, this is good and less expensive', and he was right....more info
  • Omron HEM 629 Monitor
    As with all Omron products, this item is well made and easy to use. Its accuracy compares favorably to a lab unit and is well suited for use by those who want to monitor their BP and heart rate while exercising. The requirement to be seated and to hold your arm with the monitor attached to it next to your heart is something of a pain but it does give more accurate results when used as directed. It does however give good results in almost any configuration. Highly recommended....more info
  • Good Product
    I wanted a blood pressure instrument for home, but I didn't want to throw my money away on junk. When I visited my doctor, and he used this device, I bought one. Works fine....more info
  • Easy to use
    I have used this a few times since purchased and it is extremely easy to use. All you do is pop in the batteries (included) and put it on your wrist and hit start. The measuring seems very accurate. I also have a watch that measures heart rate, and I have checked it against the wrist cuff, and they always come out the same or within one reading. The memory feature is good, but you may still need to track yours on paper if more than one person uses it because it just tracks the last 60 readings with no other info....more info
  • WELL WORTH THE PRICE
    THIS SMALL EASY TO USE MONITOR MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE. HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE IS KNOW AS A SILENT KILLER. WORKS GREAT....more info
  • Inconsistent
    The diastolic pressure seems consistent, but the systolic (higher number) changes by 20mg or more between two readings taking one right after the other. Also found similarly dramatic differences when switching from one arm to the other. Good to give you an idea of where you are, but I wouldn't rely on it for very accurate one-time readings, particularly with the systolic.

    Also note, if you get a wrist monitor, it's important to hold your wrist at chest level - it will be falsely low if it's above your heart and falsely high if it's below your heart.

    I bought the wrist monitor to save some money, but just spent a few extra dollars to replace it with an arm cuff one....more info
  • Priced right
    Great product for the price. Easy to use digits large enough to see without readers. Archival mode allows for easy tracking of data especially usefull when providing documentation for those who need anti-hypertension therapy ...more info
  • Inconsistent
    The diastolic pressure seems consistent, but the systolic (higher number) changes by 20mg or more between two readings taking one right after the other. Also found similarly dramatic differences when switching from one arm to the other. Good to give you an idea of where you are, but I wouldn't rely on it for very accurate one-time readings, particularly with the systolic.

    Also note, if you get a wrist monitor, it's important to hold your wrist at chest level - it will be falsely low if it's above your heart and falsely high if it's below your heart.

    I bought the wrist monitor to save some money, but just spent a few extra dollars to replace it with an arm cuff one....more info

 

 
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