652 of 668 people found the following review helpful
Best I've seen.,
This review is from: Omron HEM-780 Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor with ComFit Cuff (Health and Beauty)
As a primary care physician, I've seen a lot of BP monitors that my patients bring to the office to check for accuracy and other features. This one seems to be the best. The easy to apply cuff, auto inflation, its accuracy, the memory, the averaging feature, the AC converter all make it worth the slightly higher price over other Omrons, which I consider the most accurate brand. Since I too have high blood pressure, I decided to buy one myself!
Sort: Oldest first | Newest first
Showing 1-4 of 4 posts in this discussion
Initial post: Mar 2, 2010, 9:39:54 AM PST
Diane S. Fowler says:
Very helpful review to me. I appreciate the input.
Posted on Mar 5, 2011, 9:55:01 AM PST
James F Morrison says:
Steve Baughn! Thanks for the physician's valid review. I am 73. The last nine years I've been on terazosin that was originally researched as a reducer of blood pressure, so I suppose that's what it's been doing, even though it's more useful in minimizing prostate hypertrophy -- the reason for which I take it. Although my BP has been 80/120 for several years, my primary care physician recommends that I now get a BP monitor. Huh? They specifically said Omron. Again, thanks for the endorsement.
Posted on Apr 19, 2011, 10:42:49 AM PDT
B. Steinbrecher says:
Good review. Confirms Comsumer Reports recommendation for accuracy, convenience, comfort and test time.
Posted on Oct 19, 2011, 11:07:11 PM PDT
J. Adamcyk says:
Just checked Consumer Reports online. They recommend the OMRON brand. Not quite the same series as they tested, but it always rates high. Good to know that a physician also thinks this is a valuable, and accurate tool.
‹ Previous 1 Next ›