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Walgreens Blood pressure Monitor Reviews

Clinically Proven Accurate

  • 13+ Features
  • Irregular Heartbeat Detector
  • Easy-to-Read Display

120 total memories. 2 users. Earn Balance® Rewards points.* Bluetooth® smart. Walgreens pharmacist recommended.**

Take accurate blood pressure and pulse readings with simple one-touch operation. This monitor features advanced technology to automatically inflate and deflate at the appropriate level, delivering a personalized, accurate and comfortable measurement.

Bluetooth® Smart wirelessly transmits and stores your readings to your smart device. Works with: iPhone® 4s and later, iPad® (3rd generation and later), iPod touch® (5th generation and later), and Android™ 4.3 and later.

With attached wrist cuff. Risk category index compares readings to the defined levels established by the U.S. National Institutes of Health. Easy one-touch operation. Memory averaging function. Portable and convenient. Date and time stamp. Batteries included. Storage case included.

*Restrictions apply, details at

**Walgreens Pharmacist Survey Study, November 2012.

100% satisfaction guaranteed

Operation environment: Temperature: 41°F-104°F (5°-40°C). Humidity: 15%-93% RH.

Storage/transportation environment: Temperature: 13°F-158°F (-25°C-70°C), Humidity: less than 93% RH.

2015 Walgreen Co.
Source: www.walgreens.com
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