Omron 10 Series Wireless Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor; 2-User, 200-Reading Memory, Backlit Display, TruRead Technology, Bluetooth® Works with Amazon Alexa by Omron

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$ 49.25

15 May, 2019
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12 May, 2019
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15 May, 2019Price Drop$49.25
12 May, 2019Price Drop$59.19
8 May, 2019Price Drop$59.22
21 Mar, 2019Price Drop$59.25
20 Mar, 2019Price Increase$62.57
3 Oct, 2018First Price Seen$64.99
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Product Details

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  • B00KW4PO82 Amazon ASIN
  • Omron Brand
  • BP786 Model Number
  • Categories

    Medical Supplies & Equipment, Health Monitors, Health & Household, Blood Pressure Monitors

Reddit Reviews and Recommendations

  • 9 Reviews
  • Sept. 7, 2018 Last Review Date
  • Dec. 18, 2015 First Seen Review Date
  • 6 Reviewed on Subreddits

    steroids (4)
    AppleWatch (1)
    Stims (1)
    TFABGrads (1)
    dysautonomia (1)
    powerlifting (1)

Discussion and Reviews on Reddit

Apple Health & blood pressure monitor? [R]

8 months, 1 week agomulderc posted submission on AppleWatch.
Sept. 7, 2018

So I just got back from my doctor's appointment, and I was asked to check my blood pressure daily. Does anyone know of an inexpensive blood pressure monitor that I can use with the Apple Health app? I'm looking to spend no more than $60 max if possible since I'd like to use the watch to help me track my health better as I have numerous health issues which was what inspired me to get the watch in the first place.

I also welcome any suggestions for weight scales and thermometers along with any useful health apps, particularly nutrition and medical journaling to help with my Celiac Disease and medication interactions. Thanks!

8 months, 1 week agomulderc posted comment on AppleWatch.
Sept. 7, 2018

This is the one I use

https://www.amazon.com/Omron-Wireless-Bluetooth-Pressure-Monitor/dp/B00KW4PO82?SubscriptionId=AKIAILSHYYTFIVPWUY6Q&tag=duckduckgo-d-20&linkCode=xm2&camp=2025&creative=165953&creativeASIN=B00KW4PO82

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I spent a lot of time researching various different brands and models and this seemed to be a good choice and I recently found out that the local medical university uses the same model.

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General Chat - August 16, 2017 [R]

1 year, 9 months ago-particularpenguin- posted submission on TFABGrads.
Aug. 16, 2017

Anything in the rules goes

1 year, 9 months ago-particularpenguin- posted on TFABGrads.
Aug. 16, 2017

yeah, mine was the same - it's the only meds i've taken this pregnancy but it was the only way I could sleep. A bit of caffeine sometimes helped as well. Thankfully this stage only lasted 2-3 weeks for me, but it was rough. Oh, I also found that it was worse if I forgot to wear my nightguard (I'm a big teeth grinder..)

I bought this BP monitor: https://www.amazon.com/Omron-Wireless-BP786-Bluetooth-Connectivity/dp/B00KW4PO82/ref=sr12ait?ie=UTF8&qid=1502896044&sr=8-2&keywords=omron+blood+pressure+monitor - I consistently register 140/90 @ my Dr's office, and like 105/70 at home so having the home monitor has been hugely helpful. I like this one because it syncs to your phone and I can show my dr the trends. Worth it for the peace of mind if you're worried about Pre-e (like I am!)

Ask Anything: 2017-03-14 [R]

2 years, 2 months agoTrumpoloneUndecanoat posted submission on steroids.
March 14, 2017

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2 years, 2 months agoTrumpoloneUndecanoat posted on steroids.
March 14, 2017

Shit bro, I just bought this one for $52 shipped YESTERDAY. It was a one day only deal on Amazon.

fuck a heartrate whats the deal with blood pressure [R]

2 years, 4 months agoThe_Grid_Is_Up posted submission on Stims.
Dec. 25, 2016

jeez its hard to heavily abuse drugs with a relative lack of consequential health problems

like wtf is up with this blood pressure shit? how you manage that shit? how muvh trouble will it cause? i dont think about that shiz cause i only measure heartrate maaaaaane

2 years, 4 months agoThe_Grid_Is_Up posted on Stims.
Dec. 25, 2016

A home blood pressure cuff like this one which is highly rated will allow you to check it at home.

As far as warnings go, since high blood pressure is largely symptomless it gets a little tricky. One thing I've personally noticed is that my ears will periodically get that high pitched ring that cuts out sound for a second when my pressure is high. That's not to say it would happen to you.

One way to tell with nearly 100% accuracy is to check the visual status of your vasoconstriction, and see how your heart is beating. If your hands are cold and purple, and your heart is beating at a relatively normal pace, but each beat SLAMS then your blood pressure is high. Not necessarily dangerously so, but definitely high.

Stims with a nasty reputation for vasoconstriction (like the seductive but malevolent Alpha-PVP) are risky. PVP was the reason for my 170.

BP Monitor Recommendations - bluetooth/iPhone paired? [R]

2 years, 6 months agodrinkallthecoffee posted submission on dysautonomia.
Nov. 2, 2016

So, I've got an Omron wrist BP cuff but I'm not sure it's super accurate. I need to do a better job of tracking/logging my BP throughout the day. I'm on Florinef and a med to lower my BP (the florinef makes it too high). I'm not so great at remembering to check it, then log the results each day.

I've been looking into monitors that are bluetooth enabled that pair with your iPhone to record and graph your results. Has anyone used a monitor like this? Which one did you get? How do you like it?

2 years, 6 months agodrinkallthecoffee posted on dysautonomia.
Nov. 7, 2016

If you like Omron, it looks like they make models that pair with your phone via bluetooth:

https://www.amazon.com/Omron-Wireless-Pressure-Bluetooth-Connectivity/dp/B00KW4PO82/ref=pdlpo121bst_2

23 September 2016 [R]

2 years, 7 months agomwl40 posted submission on powerlifting.
Sept. 23, 2016

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2 years, 7 months agomwl40 posted on powerlifting.
Sept. 23, 2016

I recently bought a home blood pressure machine (this one: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00KW4PO82/ref=ohauidetailpageo05s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) and have been taking my blood pressure first thing every morning. Additionally, i have been keeping a recovery log (i.e. intangible aspects of lifting such as rate of fatigue, motivation levels, quality of sleep, etc.). Its been interesting to see fatigue from a quantifiable perspective. When I see spikes in blood pressure and resting heart rate and look at how i felt lifting that day, they are strongly correlated. I find it useflul to know if you have a monster day coming up, you can gauge how fatigued your body is from the BP/Heart Rate for that morning.

What is everyone doing to check their blood pressure [R]

3 years agoHytension posted submission on steroids.
April 20, 2016

So what type of devises are common to check your blood pressure? My Cycle is coming to an end and I'd love to make a purchase that would make checking bp super simple/efficient for future cycles. Anything on amazon that has worked for you? I don't mind dropping a decent amount of money if its worth it so any reccomendations are welcome

3 years agoHytension posted on steroids.
April 21, 2016

Get a blood pressure monitor. Like this one I recommend this one. My grandparents used this brand for their diabetes and have been using it for like 5 years now. The only problem is that your arm might be too big from the sick gains. In that case die young and in a large coffin. Jk stay safe

Nosebleeds & dbol [R]

3 years, 4 months agoDec. 18, 2015

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3 years, 4 months agoSlowSteadyProgress posted on steroids.
Dec. 18, 2015

Carditone or lisinopril. I use the former on blast and stay in the 110-120 range for systolic. I take my blood pressure every morning with one of these

Nosebleeds & dbol [R]

3 years, 4 months agoDec. 18, 2015

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3 years, 4 months agoSlowSteadyProgress posted on steroids.
Dec. 18, 2015

Carditone or lisinopril. I use the former on blast and stay in the 110-120 range for systolic. I take my blood pressure every morning with one of these