The iHealth Wireless Blood Pressure Wrist Monitor makes blood pressure tracking much easier than ever before thanks to a smaller cuff at the wrist and Bluetooth wireless connectivity the iHealth app on your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. It also uses motion sensor technology to help ensure the most accurate results possible.
Measure and track your systolic/diastolic numbers, heart rate, pulse wave and measurement time.
Keep track of physical activities and daily diet as part of your overall health regimen.
Create visually dynamic charts to track your progress. Compare results against your historical averages, as well as World Health Organization (WHO) classifications.
Share results instantly with friends, family or your doctor via the iHealth app on your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch.
Free iHealth integrated app
Download this free app from the App Store, then you can customize it for the Wireless Blood Pressure Wrist Monitor. It helps you set goals, track your progress and get inspired to manage your personal health in a more hands-on way, wherever you go.
- View the measurement process as it's happening
- Record your systolic/diastolic numbers, heart rate and pulse wave
- Swipe up and down, right or left, to check your test results, pulse wave graph and WHO classification
- View your results and changes in blood pressure in colourful historical lists and graphs
- Filter your results and calculate average readings by time, date or systolic/diastolic numbers
- Share one-time readings or historical results easily with friends/family or healthcare providers
- Comprehensive FAQs answer your questions on how to use the device and blood pressure
- Free integrated app allows you to track your blood pressure, weight, calorie intake and physical activity all in one place
- App comes with a free cloud service, where all of your data is backed up and stored securely
Did you notice?The wrist monitor uses motion sensor technology to help ensure proper positioning for taking measurements.
Apple Recommends ForSmall, lightweight, and easy to put on and remove – so blood pressure tracking on your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch is a snap anywhere.
What's in the Box?
- iHealth Wireless Blood Pressure Wrist Monitor
- Owner's manual
- Quick start guide
- Charging cable
- Travel case
- Mfr. Part Number : BP7
- UPC or EAN No. : 855111003095
- Note : Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
Important note about compatible devices on iHealth Wireless Activity and Sleep Tracker. The iHealth Wireless Activity and Sleep Tracker works with the following iOS version 5.0 or higher devices: iPod Touch® 5th Generation +; iPhone 4S +; iPad mini; iPad 3rd Generation +
iHealth’s new integrated mobile app brings our products to life. It is designed to fit your lifestyle and assist in everyday health management. It works seamlessly with iHealth’s current line of self-monitoring mobile health devices, such as the body analysis scale and blood pressure monitors, and will integrate with future related products. It allows you to build a personal dashboard based on your preferred products and features for quick and easy use. You would be able to set goals, view trends, track progress, log food intake, activities, and share your data instantly. iHealth’s new integrated app empowers you to manage your personal health in an intuitive way, while keeping up with your busy life.
•Report card style with trend-tracking views allowing you to have a quick snapshot of your progress and results.
•Customizable dashboards making it easy to get the information quickly.
•Track calories, log food and activities, while viewing your progress throughout the day in real time.
•Create plans and set reminders to help you stay focused.
•Rich and informative data to give you a clearer view of your health trends. …
Ratings & Reviews
Great product - bad manual!!
I am a doctor and have used and recommended the iHealth BP cuff to patients. I loved the iHealth BP cuff, and eagerly bought this I am a doctor and have used and recommended the iHealth BP cuff to patients. I loved the iHealth BP cuff, and eagerly bought this as a more portable way for my patients to monitor their BP and communicate it to me. Unfortunately, the manual does not specify that you need to download a different app (iHealth Vitals) than the iHealth for the BP cuff to work with this for those that have that product. Also, it does not make clear that you must make a successful connection first with the iHealth Vitals app for the offline readings to be successful. I actually returned one unit thinking it was defective because these things where not made clear in the manual. Hopefully this will save you a trip back to the Apple Store and not give up on what I think will be a great product. I would give it more stars, but great documentation is part of a great product, and I am afraid other customers will have the same frustrating and needless experience I had. Being forewarned, buy away! …
- Written by JOHN L from Orange
382 of 404 people found this useful
Great product, just need to use it correctly
Great product, so convenient to use once you get it set up. For those of you who have an iPhone 5, it definitely works for it (ev Great product, so convenient to use once you get it set up. For those of you who have an iPhone 5, it definitely works for it (even though it's not shown on the box) and I'm running the latest iOS6. The instructions are a bit confusing since they don't tell you that you need the specific app (iHealth MyVitals) but I deduced it based on the developer info (iHealth Lab Inc.). The instructions are also poorly written about how to sync (but again, if you use bluetooth before, it's somewhat intuitive) but it would have been nice if they gave step by step instructions. Furthermore, since it doesn't support multiple users, you can get around the system if you have 2 devices and pair the bluetooth separately with individual accounts. But note that once you pair with one device, you need to turn off the bluetooth for that device or disconnect the pairing in order for the second device to discover it. Anyhow, as far as the accuracy of the blood pressure monitor, it is pretty accurate. I obsessively monitor my blood pressure on those free booth at the pharmacy and the iHealth BPM is very similar. I have also been trained to use a sphygmomanometer (the cuffs doctors use) and know that people shouldn't compare any easy-to-use devices to the gold standard tool because it's just not going to be that accurate. That said, the iHealth BPM works well for routine daily usage but you have to put it on correctly! For those that reported it is not accurate, I suspect they may have put the cuff on with the monitor away from the wrist (I did that for fun and it did not give the same reading). The monitor needs to be reading on the inside of the wrist (again, something the instruction could have better point out). My parting note: I purchased the iHealth BPM fro the Apple Store and they stated that I can return the item without any stocking fees, if I didn't feel like it was accurate. I'm happy with my purchase, so this is worth giving a try! …
- Written by Eddie C from Chicago
179 of 195 people found this useful
Poor manual instructions-what a shame...
My husband bought me the Apple iHealth Wireless Blood Pressure Wrist Monitor as a Christmas present. I was so excited I opened th My husband bought me the Apple iHealth Wireless Blood Pressure Wrist Monitor as a Christmas present. I was so excited I opened the box and read the instructions carefully, however, we were both very disappointed with this part. We took a long time figuring out how to make the device work properly. I had the right internet connection, bluetooth, the identified device but nothing worked. I downloaded the App iHealth and was beginning to get even more frustrated as I had followed all intructionsin the manual with no luck. I went on internet and found this review page and thanks to one customer who had written his review I was able to target what I was missing; the apps iHealth Vitals!!! Without this app you can try until you´re blue and nothing will happen. Thank you!!! It was thanks to this customer that I persevered and I am glad I did!
After that, things began to look brighter. I am no tech savvy so it took a while before I figure out how to make this device work even with the right app. It is a real shame that the instructions are so poor. This is not an automatic device that you connect to you computer and it is set to go although they make it seem so easy. First you have to charge your device, this is on page 11 of the manual.
Once I figured out everything (it took about 2 hours- I was almost ready to take it back to the store and claim our money back) I was really happy with the product. I am glad I didn´t return it. I really like it and truly serves its purpose. The readings are fairly accurate, visually attractive, and easy to track and see the history of readings.
A few glitches-The case - it is not very practical as it is too small and a bit difficult to store the device in it. No space to keep the cable together. Very pretty design but Not very practical to open and close.
In summary- once I passed the hurdle of figuring out how to make it work-I became very happy with the product. My advice: don´t give up- it is just a shame that the instructions do not accomplish its purpose. I would give more stars but I felt a big part of the product really frustrated me greatly. If this had been taken care of I would easily had given it a 4. I highly recommend it. …
- Written by Alexandra O from Esplugues de llobregat
154 of 173 people found this useful
The bluetooth is super finicky and hard to connect at times. It gave me diastolic readings 20 pts higher than when my doctor did i The bluetooth is super finicky and hard to connect at times. It gave me diastolic readings 20 pts higher than when my doctor did it 2 minutes later. So not accurate. While the app does make a cool graph you are unable to make it bigger or manipulate it in any way. Useless. Sent it back! …
- Written by India H from victoria
Loved it but not accurate
This is a beautifully designed piece of kit in the highest tradition of made-for-Apple accessories with a neat App and a website s This is a beautifully designed piece of kit in the highest tradition of made-for-Apple accessories with a neat App and a website sync option. I have a bulky but accurate NHS type issue Omron monitor and wanted something portable for holidays etc. The iHealth seemed to fit the bill. Unfortunately although the upper (Systolic) and heartbeat readings were virtually identical to the Omron, the lower reading (diastolic) was consistently over recording by around 20%. I took several like-for-like comparison readings over several days and the results were always the same. I really wanted this to work and tried every possible variation of fitting and position. Eventually I returned it to Apple who took it back without quibbling. It may be that I had a faulty one and that a replacement would have been fine. There is some opinion out there that wrist monitors are not as accurate as the upper arm ones which is presumably why you rarely if ever see health professionals etc. using them. In the end I bought another Bluetooth monitor from Apple, but this time an upper-arm one which works fine, though inevitably it's nowhere near as neat as the iHealth. What a shame. …
- Written by Jon C from Birmingham
5 of 5 people found this useful
Ihealth upper arm blood pressure machine
After buying many regular blood pressure monitors that stopped working after only a few months I bought the Ihealth bp monitor. I After buying many regular blood pressure monitors that stopped working after only a few months I bought the Ihealth bp monitor. I could not be happier! My doctor kept telling me that I was over medicated when my old monitors kept showing my bp to be high. When I started using the ihealth machine I realized how right he was! My blood pressure (with medication) is stable 95% of the time.
I am very pleased with my purchase! …
- Written by betty B from fort worth
2 of 3 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
How accurate is the wrist monitor - i.e. +/- mm mercury?
- Asked by Alysa C from Phoenix
- Dec 19, 2012
This question should be answered by a medical professional. There are too many variables that will This question should be answered by a medical professional. There are too many variables that will read the blood pressure. The time of the day, activity level before, sitting vs standing, keeping still during the reading,. My moms arms are both contracted against her chest. I have to work very hard to straighten her right arm when I am taking her blood pressure using iHealth wireless blood pressure wrist monitor. I cannot use the left arm due to her having a mastectomy. Keeping her arm perfectly still is very difficult, I would suggest a talk with your doctor to see the best method of taking the blood pressure. …
- Answered by Noreen H from Swoyersville
- Apr 11, 2014
Can it store historical data and provide printed reports?
- Asked by Raymond M from Carlsbad
- Jan 10, 2014
It does track your data and you can send the trends or lists to your email then print.
- Answered by Scott C from Innisfil
- Mar 6, 2014
Can this device be used on more than one person, as in a clinical setting?
- Asked by Patricia M from North Richland Hills
- Feb 8, 2013
Yes. You can set up multiple accounts in the iHealth MyVitals app. Then choose the desired user befo Yes. You can set up multiple accounts in the iHealth MyVitals app. Then choose the desired user before each reading. …
- Answered by Ranjodh S from Newark
- Jan 24, 2014
How does the iHealth My Vitals ap track your sleep and activity progress?
- Asked by William C from Kerrville
- Oct 13, 2013
iHealth was a Wireless Activity and Sleep Tracker that you have to buy($60). Basically you wear it a iHealth was a Wireless Activity and Sleep Tracker that you have to buy($60). Basically you wear it around your wrist and it records your step count. When you sleep, tap the button twice to switch to sleep mode. …
- Answered by James D from Bellerose
- Oct 20, 2013