Omron 10 Series Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor with Cuff that fits Standard and Large Arms

By | May 13, 2018
Omron 10 Series Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor with Cuff that fits Standard and Large Arms

The Omron 10 Series home blood pressure monitor with Omron’s Advanced Accuracy helps ensure consistent, precise readings. With the touch of a button you can learn all you need to know about your blood pressure, and be assured your numbers are accurate.

  • No. 1 doctor and pharmacist recommended brand and #1 selling Manufacturer of Blood Pressure Monitors for 40 years
  • Feel empowered by accuracy with exclusive TruReadTM technology that automatically takes three consecutive readings one minute apart and calculates the average
  • Comfortable and simple to adjust, the pre-formed ComFitTM Cuff inflates around the entire arm to avoid incorrect cuff positioning ensuring a precise reading and expandable cuff fits standard and large arms
  • Easy-to-read screen features a backlight, extra large digits and multi-colored indicator lights that show how your reading compares to normal home blood pressure levels
  • Track your health with increased memory storage allowing you to monitor and store the last 200 readings for more than one person

3 thoughts on “Omron 10 Series Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor with Cuff that fits Standard and Large Arms

  1. AMAZ0N CUST0MER
    258 of 269 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Not working properly and not a returnable item, March 22, 2017
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    This review is from: Omron 10 Series Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor with Cuff that fits Standard and Large Arms (Health and Beauty)
    This is my second try with an Omron blood pressure machine. The first machine gave nothing but errors after a few months use. I thought maybe it was the rare clunker and decided to purchase a “better” machine because the cardiologist needed daily readings.

    The Omron 10 worked properly the first 3 times and gave readings that seemed accurate/about what I expected.
    After that it’s given mostly E5 errors – no clothing is in the way – at all. So every 8-10 tries over a period of hours, I’ll get a reading, which is ridiculous. I measured my arm’s circumference at 13″ – within the 9″-17″ cuff limits. Made sure the inner part of the cuff was not folded over when pulling the cuff end to tighten. Cuff was tightened to be able to fit 2 fingers under it. Made sure that tube was lined up with pinky finger on the right arm or between 2 middle fingers on the left. The dot was over the brachial artery. Sitting position, arm on the table, all according to directions.

    I spoke to Omron’s customer service who told me I was doing everything right and if I wanted to return the machine, it would be at my cost. They would look at it and if they decided it was defective they would fix it or give me a new machine in two to three weeks.
    Disappointed and frustrated with Omron and will not buy from the company again, they don’t stand behind their products.

  2. Terry R. Nye
    421 of 441 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    works well; AC adapter included; no carry case, August 3, 2014
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    Terry R. Nye (Kingsport, TN) –

    This review is from: Omron 10 Series Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor with Cuff that fits Standard and Large Arms (Health and Beauty)
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    As a physician I treat many patients who have hypertension. One of the inherent problems with assessing blood pressure in the office setting is many people are nervous and anxious which leads to higher blood pressure readings in the office than they might normally have in their normal environment at home. Since I encourage my patients with hypertension to buy a blood pressure meter so they can monitor their blood pressure at home I was happy to have an opportunity to assess this Omnron BP785N 10 Series meter.

    The meter arrives in a box that is easy to open. Included with the meter is a removable arm cuff and an AC adapter. The AC adapter is very lightweight and can be easily overlooked when opening the packaging unless you look for it. There is no carry case included for this product. There is an included quick start guide and a comprehensive owner’s manual that come with the package.

    This particular meter can be operated with four AA batteries (not included) or the included AC adapter. You can set the meter for time and date. This is handy as the meter can store up to 100 blood pressure readings each for two different people and include time/date information to see how blood pressure varies over time. You need to install batteries, though, to retain time/date information, so even if you plan to use the meter off AC it is still recommended to install batteries in the unit. The meter is very simple to operate. You simply slip on the cuff and press the start button. The meter will automatically inflate the cuff and record both blood pressure and pulse rate information. The memory storage on the meter allows you to compare current blood pressure with previous readings. There is a “guest” function so a third person can check blood pressure without interfering with stored readings.

    One thing that sets this meter apart from others I have used is the cuff is designed to easily wrap around your arm without having to worry about correctly fastening it. Unlike other brands, this Omron cuff is very easy to put on and take off. It will fit arms from 9-17 inches in circumference, which means it will work for both average-sized and heavier adults.

    Another nice feature to this meter is it can be configured to record three separate blood pressure readings, each up to 60 seconds apart, and then average them for a more accurate blood pressure assessment. All information is stored in memory, so you can view the averages and the individual readings.

    I like the fact that this meter can be operated with an AC adapter. This helps eliminate inaccuracy from worn batteries and makes the meter more versatile.

    Overall, this is a very good blood pressure meter for the money spent. It is easy to use, works quickly and accurately, and stores a large number of blood pressure readings for up to two different people for later review. The only downside to this particular product is it does not come with a carry case. But if you are looking for a good quality blood pressure meter than can be operated with batteries or AC power the Omron BP785N 10 Series is a very good one to consider.

  3. Carl S
    26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very good machine…maybe the best for home users., September 6, 2016
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    Carl S (Northern Idaho) –

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    This review is from: Omron 10 Series Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor with Cuff that fits Standard and Large Arms (Health and Beauty)
    Bought this model to replace an Omron machine I’ve used for years. It’s hard to tell if it’s really accurate without someone to manually take a reading and compare the two. I have no reason to believe it isn’t.

    I get a substantially different reading from left arm to right…but that happens at the doc’s office as well so I tend to think this machine is pretty spot on in terms of accuracy.

    The readings are bright and large and easy to read. I can see everything on the display clearly. The ability to switch between users is nice as is the history function.

    This machine doesn’t seem to be as uncomfortable when it inflates as the other machine I used.

    So far I have no complaints with this machine and I use it at least once daily.

    Great choice, highly recommended.

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