Omron BP652N 7 Series Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor with Heart Zone Guidance and Irregular Heartbeat Detector
- No. 1 doctor and pharmacist recommended brand and #1 selling Manufacturer of Blood Pressure Monitors for 40 years
- Tested and validated for accuracy the same as all Omron upper arm blood pressure monitors
- Heart Zone Guidance helps ensure consistently accurate readings by activating the monitor when your wrist is at heart level
- Irregular Heartbeat Detector alerts you of irregular heartbeats while your blood pressure is being taken; also features Ultra Silent Inflation, Blood Pressure Level Indicator Bar and Advanced Averaging
- 100 Memory Storage with date and time stamp allows you to review readings with the touch of a button
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In the box
- One 7 Series Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor.
- Storage case
- Quick start guide
- Instruction manual
- 2 AAA batteries
Peace of Mind with Peace and Quiet
Monitor your heart without putting your life on hold. The Omron 7 Series Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor (BP652N) gives you the accuracy you need with the portability you want.
- Automatically inflates when wrist is at heart level and indicator lights make it easier to find the correct position.
- Silent and quick inflation, so measurements can be taken quietly anywhere, anytime and even more discretely.
- Blood pressure level bar shows how your reading compares to the internationally recognized guidelines for normal blood pressure levels.
- Slim design is discreet, convenient and portable so you can take measurements when you need to.
- Irregular heartbeat detector detects and alerts you of irregular heartbeats while your blood pressure is being measured.
- Advanced Averaging technology displays the average of the last three readings in 10 minutes.
- 100 Memory storage with date and time stamp allows you to review the last 100 readings with a touch of a button.
- Fits wrists sized 5 1/4" to 8 1/2" in circumference.
Get in the Heart Zone
Omron wrist monitors are tested and validated for accuracy just the same as all Omron blood pressure monitors. Clinical validation offers peace of mind for you and your physician who can rest assured Omron blood pressure monitors meet the highest standards of precision and reliability set by three major standards developing organizations.
In order for the wrist monitor to measure accurately, the device needs to be level with your heart. Blue and orange indicator lights help you guide your wrist to heart level, making it easier to find the correct position. When the blue light appears, your wrist is at heart level and the monitor automatically activates.
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Top Customer Reviews
My primary concern with any blood pressure measuring device is that it be accurate. Convenience is nice, but if it's inaccurate then it's not very useful, and could even be dangerous if relied upon.
I was convinced to try this wrist monitor after reading that it was well-rated by Consumer Reports magazine. I had been put off non-armcuff models after having tried the older Omron finger blood pressure monitor (as described above). While convenience isn't paramount to me, I wanted something that was less obtrusive and less noisy that I could use at work; but again, only if it were accurate.
The device is well made and convenient to use. It makes some noise, but it is less than the Omron HEM-711 model I was using previously. The noise is mostly from the small cuff inflating, but again, it isn't onerous. If it makes any sense, I'd say the noise is less than half of what the model HEM-711 puts out. There are beeps that tell you if the cuff is positioned correctly and for other user feedback, but they can be disabled if desired.
Now for the accuracy part:
When I first slapped it on it wasn't very accurate. The readings were too low for me. I'm familiar with my range, and these were about 20 points too low. So, okay, now I was bummed out. But...Read more ›
To test the accuracy of this monitor, I took it with me to my doctor's office. My physician measured my bp as 120/81. Minutes later, I used the Omron which gave a measurement of 121/83. That is remarkably close to my physicians bp measurement. Now, I wanted to take a look at how precise the Omron was, i.e. were several measurements taken back to back close? Yes they were! Three back to back measurements by the Omron that night were 116/79, 118/81 and 118/82. Those measurements indicate a high degree of precision. So, in my limited testing that day, the Omron appeared to be exceptionally accurate and precise. I was very impressed.
I think the reason for the Omron's excellent measurements is in large part due to the superb instructions enclosed with the monitor in conjunction with excellent technology built into the monitor itself. Very good drawings and descriptions are given of how and where to correctly position the monitor on the wrist. Then there is the wonderful Heart Sense technology the Omron employs.Read more ›
I contacted OMRON's customer service and inquired. They said the newer version should have an N after BP652. It does not say BP652N for new version on the bp monitor or the packaging. Consumer Reports rated the older version of the BP652 so highly. The new version where you have to have your arm out in front of you is not accurate. I checked them ... Both old and new models and sometimes they would be somewhat close and other times wildly high readings on me and my husband. We also have an arm cuff automatic blood pressure monitor by Walgreens and it is the same as the older BP652.
Omron customer service was lame. He offered to have me send in the monitor to check it. Ridiculous since it can be returned to Amazon and I told him that. He did say they have received other complaints about the newer version.
I also told Omron Customer Service it is disingenuous to have two completely different models with the same item number. The older version you hold to your chest. The newer version you sit in a chair at a table or desk and position your arm out in front of you with your wrist facing the ceiling and at a proper angle with wrist lifted and elbow bent to get the blue light.
Long story short, I cannot rate this "newer" model as accurate.
The photos I'm supplying are for the older stiff cuff "accurate" version and consumer reports reviewed monitor that is very accurate.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Unit is not accurate. Compared to my old Omron unit and to 2 BP testers in my doctors office, it runs about 20% higher. I am trying to return them to the mfgr. tomorrow. The mfgr. Read morePublished 4 hours ago by stuart gold
Easy to operate. I've read some reviews about accuracy, but I find it accurate. Anyone can use it.Published 11 hours ago by Scott Calder
This is the same wrist blood pressure monitor they use at the physical therapy place I was attending.Published 1 day ago by Robert Malerk Jr