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Again returned to Menards and talked to manager and explained the problem.
The printout of those readings showed very slight variation in my blood pressure but consistently 20-25 points LOWER than what the wrist monitor had been showing.
I bought for personal use three months ago, the first few times it worked alright but I never used it more than 10 times before it stopped working.
Because it does what it say it will! Fastens with ease and
is easy to read, the whole family can use this monitor.
This device works great. It is finicky. If you are not in the correct form that is explained in the instructions, then it will either say ERROR (err) or the reading will be quite... Read morePublished 17 months ago by LCdiaz
This has been our first experience with an at home blood pressure monitor and I have to say it's been awful. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Patricia Burke
I Love the product,I work in tha Nursing field so i take Vitals everyday and get fast Accurate results from the Blood pressure Cuff.Published 20 months ago by Nina
I use my Wristech BP machine every day. Although I was advised by my nurse, who usually does my BP the traditional way, that these type machines are not really accurate, I found... Read morePublished on March 11, 2011 by R. Johnson
Bought one at Menards to monitor my BP. Next morning BP 198/110, so paid visit to my doctor ($120), where BP was 136/80 (my normal). Read morePublished on December 11, 2010 by Roland Riemers of North Dakota
Work great. Easy to use. Over off about 2or 3 points in the blood pressure from my Doctor.Published on November 2, 2009 by Dobea
I've had mine for about 9 months. It is terribly inaccurate. It will produce results as much as 20 points different on consecutive readings. Not reliable.Published on September 7, 2009 by Richard Seireeni
Save your money. This thing is inaccurate by at least 20 points over your true reading. I know, I bought one.Published on September 1, 2009 by Mark Auman