Advantage Wrist BP Monitor is an automatic wrist blood pressure monitor features ADC Smart Logic Technology, has a 30 reading memory storage, latex free cuff, and a compact case for easy storage. The Advantage 6015N Digital Wrist BP Monitor is easy to use. Smart Logic Technology allows the unit to determine the ideal cuff inflation level for you, while the integral memory can recall your last 30 readings quickly and easily. This wrist monitor measures your blood pressure and pulse, and includes a latex free cuff for safe use on those with latex sensitivities. Plus, this monitor comes with a compact case for safe on-the-go storage.
Advantage Wrist BP Monitor 6015 Features
- Measures systolic, diastolic pressure, and pulse
- Smart Logic Technology determines ideal inflation level
- Latex-free wrist cuff fits 5” to 7” wrists
- Recalls last 30 readings
- Auto off
- Compact storage case.
- Large LCD display
- 2 AAA batteries included
Product Number: 6015
- Weight: .69 lbs. / 125 g (without batteries)
- Size: 3.75” (L) x 4.25” (W) x 4.25” (H)
- Measuring method: Oscillometric
- Pressure sensor: Semi-conductor
- Measuring range:
- SYS/DIA: 20 to 280 mmHg
- Pulse: 40 to 180 per minute
- Cuff pressure display range: 20–280 mmHg
- Memory: Automatic storage
- Measuring resolution: 1 mmHg
- Pressure Within ± 3 mmHg
- Pulse ± 5% of the reading
- Power source: 2 AAA (Alkaline batteries) 1.5 V
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BLOOD PRESSURE MONITORS
If you have high blood pressure and you’re looking for any type of blood pressure device, be it an Omron blood pressure monitor, or an aneroid sphygmomanometer, or another kind of blood pressure checker, you’ve come to the right place. AvaCare Medical carries a vast selection of wrist blood pressure monitors, and much more. We’re proud to provide our customers with nearly every type of blood pressure device available today.
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How to Choose a Blood Pressure Monitor
The first thing to think about when choosing a blood pressure checker is whether you need an arm or wrist blood pressure monitor. Wrist blood pressure monitors are usually more comfortable and lightweight than arm monitors, but can be slightly less accurate, since it’s harder to properly position the wrist than it is to do so with the arm.