The iHealth Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor makes it easy to check your own blood pressure, anytime and anywhere. Using the free iHealth mobile app on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch, measure and track your systolic/diastolic numbers, heart rate, pulse wave, and measurement time. Then share your results instantly.
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.
Free iHealth integrated app
Works with the “iHealth MyVitals” app. This free integrated mobile app is customizable depending on which iHealth products you use. It's easy to 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 its 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 colorful 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 lets you 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 free iHealth integrated app lets track your blood pressure, weight, calorie intake, and physical activity all in one place.
Apple Recommends ForThis FDA-approved BP monitor is a great mobile companion that helps manage your results on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch wherever you are.
What's in the Box?
- iHome Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor
- Owner's manual
- Quick start guide
- Charging cable
- Travel case
- Height: 1.2 in./3 cm
- Width: 5.7 in./14.5 cm
- Weight: 4.8 oz./135 g
- Length: 2.3 in./5.8 cm
- Mfr. Part Number: BP5
- UPC or EAN No.: 855111003040
- 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.
- Warranty: One-year limited
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
Stop working after 1 month
I purchased an iHealth Labs wireless blood pressure monitor (arm cuff) from Apple about a month ago, on February 2 2013. The cuff I purchased an iHealth Labs wireless blood pressure monitor (arm cuff) from Apple about a month ago, on February 2 2013. The cuff will not inflate anymore during the testing process and, instead, the app on my iPad reports "Error: Unable to detect measurements caused by arm/wrist movement".
- I've held down the start/stop button on the unit, and started it up again, to no avail.
- I've recharged the unit, to ensure the battery was fully charged (the app reports it is 100% charged), to no avail.
As an experiment, I plugged the unit into my computer's USB port and ran a blood pressure test -- the cuff inflated and it recorded my blood pressure. But that's not exactly wireless, is it?
Since the 14-day return period is over, I'm exchanging it for a new (hopefully working) unit from the manufacturer.
I would not recommend this product. …
- Written by Ted G from Toronto
67 of 71 people found this useful
Doesn't Work - Bluetooth Never Connects!
I really, really wanted to love this… After four days of trying, opening support tickets, having multiple telephone calls with th I really, really wanted to love this… After four days of trying, opening support tickets, having multiple telephone calls with the iHealth tech support team, sending in screen shots from my iPhone, I couldn't get the device to connect to my iPhone… ever!
I use bluetooth for a variety of devices and trackers that link directly with my iPhone, my desktop or my laptop. I've never had any issues with any other bluetooth device that weren't easily fixable (new batteries, etc.). This just wouldn't work.
I track my blood pressure very closely for health reasons, and I was very hopeful that this could be a helpful solution. I think it would be IF IT WORKED!!
The tech support people were nice, but not helpful. They said they had never had this issue before. Not sure I buy that, based on other reviews on the site.
I'm returning it! …
- Written by Anna M from Washington
63 of 67 people found this useful
Proper,.. and easy to use device
first device that measures the right without triggering ischemic
accurate readings - very accurate
are easy to use app
nice wa first device that measures the right without triggering ischemic
accurate readings - very accurate
are easy to use app
nice way to keep record ..
even looks good !
1 star minus for - some times, breaking Bluetooth connection .
Still - pretty perfect ! …
- Written by Andrei L from TORONTO
61 of 67 people found this useful
Works but frustrating start
Bought this for my husband to track his blood pressure. It was extremely frustrating to get to connect with his iPhone 4S. After a Bought this for my husband to track his blood pressure. It was extremely frustrating to get to connect with his iPhone 4S. After about 20 failed tries, I emailed iHealth support and received a response in 10 minutes. The directions they provided were clear and easy to follow and most importantly, fixed the problem. Very pleased with customer support. …
- Written by Laura S from Ogdensburg
6 of 6 people found this useful
Like one of the other reviewers, I had great hopes for this product. I had some minor loss of communications problems, but this w Like one of the other reviewers, I had great hopes for this product. I had some minor loss of communications problems, but this was not a show stopper. However, right of the box, the readings seemed to be high. I ran a number of comparisons with my doctor's machine, and found the systolic typically 20 mm higher on the iHealth unit. I then moved to the local pharmacy, and in thi s case saw about a 10mm difference. The bottom line is I have no faith in the readings being recorded on this machine, so have sent it back. If there's one thing calculated to raise your blood pressure, it's looking at readings that are 20 mm too high!
The app was a bit flaky, and only appears to graph the first reading in any given day, and there is no provision for exporting to a spreadsheet, but this again was not a showstopper, as the readings can be entered in Excel manually.
To their credit, Apple were very efficient about processing the return.
I wonder how long it will take somebody else to come out with a Bluetooth unit? …
- Written by Alan H from Petawawa
16 of 18 people found this useful
I've owned the device for about 5 months and it's incredibly useful, it works perfectly everytime. Great work ihealth!!!
- Written by Jos L from ESTADO DE MÉXICO
6 of 10 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Where can I find the App. for iHealth Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor (BP5) ???
- Asked by Thomas C from Miramichi
- Jan 20, 2013
use search term ihealth in the appstore -- the app you need is called IHealth MyVitals.
- Answered by Robert M from Las Vegas
- Feb 21, 2014
Does it need a special attachment? I can.t find how to connect to the iPad
- Asked by Anita B from Richmond
- Dec 28, 2013
what is the device requirement? does it need a wifi network to connect with my iphone?
- Asked by Farouq M
- Sep 24, 2013
How does the BPM communicate with the iphone?
- Asked by Matthew F from Melbourne
- Jan 3, 2013
Bluetooth via free app.
- Answered by Jay L from Cape Coral
- Jan 15, 2013