Revolutionary in both its function and design, the Withings Smart Blood Pressure Monitor simplifies the daily measurement and tracking of your blood pressure-automatically displaying your measurements and saving it for easy tracking and evaluation over time. With new measurement sharing options, it becomes the ideal solution for accurate BP monitoring at home.
Measurement is instantaneous and done with a gesture. Just plug directly into your iOS device and the application is launched automatically, and with a single press it takes your measurements. There's no need to write down your results or calculate your averages, since the Withings Smart Blood Pressure Monitor does it all for you. The free Withings application automatically generates graphs, which makes trend detection easier, and the secured sharing option allows you to automatically share measurements.
- Directly connects on your iOS device
- Blood pressure and pulse rate measurement
- Automatic tracking and graphs
- Secure online dashboard
Did you notice?Even if you don't suffer from high blood pressure it's important to monitor it regularly over time to see trends and stop problems before they start.
What's in the Box?
- Withings Smart Blood Pressure Monitor
- 4 alkaline batteries (AAA)
- User manual
- Connections : iPad,iPhone,iPod
- UPC or EAN No. : 3700546700026
- 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
- Requires iOS 3 or later
iPad (1st generation)
iPod touch 1st Generation
iPod touch 2nd Generation
iPod touch 3rd Generation
iPod touch 4th Generation
iPod touch 5th Generation
Ratings & Reviews
The Pros and Cons
I have thoroughly tested and experimented with both this device as well as it's competitor, the "iHealth Blood Pressure Dock".
Th ey're both excellent products and provide very accurate reads.
However, each have their own advantages and disadvantages. I'll explain the key differences:
This device is powered by 'AA' batteries while the iHealth BP monitor comes with a 'docking station', which is essentially the battery. The dock gets charged up and can be recharged. On the flip side, this makes the Withings model more flexible since it doesn't need that dock to work.
The design of the Withings model beats the iHealth unit and the only reason that I stick with Withings over iHealth is because I actually have a Withings scale, and the readings integrate with the weight profile that your scale creates.
Withings model shouldn't be more expensive, but it is. Unfortunately, I had to bite the extra few bucks to keep that universal integration between my devices (scale + BP). …
- Written by Mike F from Fair Lawn
419 of 448 people found this useful
Easy to use
I use this product every day due to heart problems. It is the simplest unit I have used. Put it on, plug it in and the machine doe s the rest. Then it uploads the results to the Internet. My doctor loves it. Once a month I send in the results and she reviews them and has used the information twice to adjust my medication. I have never found. A better method to store this amount of data with this little effort. …
- Written by James L from Missouri City
214 of 218 people found this useful
I purchased this device 2 weeks ago, my wife & I use it on our indivual iPad. Loved it until she took it to the doctor with her & they testedi it. Was told it was not accurate, numbers were too high. Proved it to her by taking pressure with there equipment. It took the trust out of the device, at least until i see an update come out that states "More Accurate than last update". …
- Written by Billy E from Houston
186 of 201 people found this useful
Setup and use was easy, no i5 connection
Easy to set up, probably one of the few that has been 'plug 'n play'. Had to download the app and then it was up and running afte r a few simple inputs. Easy to use, instructions in the app and the booklet that came with BP monitor were clear and they give you lots of little tips by email later on. Is there a downside? Yes - I have an iPhone 5 and so had to buy a crossover to plug the old big plug into the new small receptacle.
I haven't confirmed the readings with my Dr. yet but that's my plan in a few weeks. But I'll still get a trend over the next few weeks which is one of the key measurements I'm looking for.
Recommended: Yes if you are interested in your BP. …
- Written by Bruce T from Calgary
7 of 7 people found this useful
Small arms only
It is only for 9 to 17 inch arms. Bigger arms will generate high and erroneous readings. No customer service number to call in O wner's manual. It is being returned :( anyone konw of a BP monitor that is WIFI capable with a large cuff? …
- Written by FINLAY B from Tecumseh
26 of 29 people found this useful
A nice tool to monitor health & fitness
I've used this product for over six months and it has worked flawlessly. I use it with the Withings iPad app which has a sleek and simple user interface that visualizes my historical blood pressure measurements.
I paired the blood pressure monitor with the Withings body scale. The iPad app has allowed me to see a correlation between weight reduction (and exercise) and improved blood pressure readings.
Overall this product is a nice tool to help with an overall health & fitness plan. …
- Written by James B from Waterloo
17 of 19 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
- Asked by Robert D from Marshfield
- Jan 22, 2013
- Asked by Sharon L
- Jan 27, 2013
No answers yet
- Asked by Robert V from San Francisco
- Oct 12, 2011
The average will be displayed at the end of the three measurement. If you go to your graph and zoom enough on the 3 measurements, you'll be able to see each reading separately. If you unzoom, it will appear as the average. …
- Answered by Thomas V
- Oct 20, 2011
- Asked by Adrian W
- Sep 24, 2012
Absolutely. This is precisely how I have been able to continue using the product, after upgrading to an iPhone 5 and iPad 4. …
- Answered by Pam Gaines B from Apex
- Jan 22, 2013