They are telling to start in the app after connecting to Bluetooth but simultaneously pressing the start button via thumb.
BP monitor Not working,stopped after 10days of purchase. Pressure increase not displayed in monitor. Getting error 3How can I claim warranty.. Numbers provided in customer care portals not working. Sent email also .No response from Dr trust.
Why this I check contect 118 is not auto switch off after 3 min. I have wait more than 20 Min .
how to setup date and time in this bluetooth device?? answer please
Didn't talk about the most imp part, the cuff has to be kept in a manner that the cord lies on the medial aspect of the arm (on the brachial artery) and in the video u also put it wrongly.
Ye to mummy nikla
Bluetooth set up karna batao man
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Bro can I charge with adapter &then use? Or should the adapter be connected until we finish taking reading?
Please explain the charging thing. Does it have internal battery which we can charge or we are actually charging those AA batteries like a mosquito bat
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Make a video on automatic bp machine vs manual machine. Uu show a difference of the readings. Please make a video
This machine is never accurate. No doctor use this. Buy manual one
bhai ye batao accuracy kaise hai iski ?
Please make travelling videos
Make videos on jio fiber
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Update 2: measured on both bpm connect and omron evolv. To be enought you have to use 2 systems to have a sort of feel that you can thrust a bit the BP benchmark values. The data values are average wise the same. I did a 3 run test on the withings bpm connect and the omron evolv. Bpm connect can do that with a custom setting. Evolv not. But pressing 3x times with a little break is not that hard. My biggest positive for the omron is its clumsy proof. If your doubting the pressure on your arms than the evolv wins. I had to use the evolv in order to have a trusty feel of fitting with the bpm connect. Software wise omron connects nice with Samsung health directly. Bpm connect not. Data wise I'm a freak so I like the more open structure of withings health app. And also it syncs via WiFi. Omron wins in my opinion on speed, fitting and trustworthy measurements. Withings bpm connect wins on software and WiFi connection. So 8/10 for withings bmp connect and 9/10 for the omron. Im still not sure if I'm returning the bmp connect.
Both amazon links no longer selling.
No way you can get Evolv for $70. Withings BPM is cheaper.
I own the QARDIO BP monitor, and my experience is that I have had to change the 4 AAA batteries every thirteen days. I realized the problem the day after my Amazon return ended. I contacted the company, and they pretended to provide help, but the actions they asked me to take had nothing to do with the battery issue. I asked the company if anyone else has had this problem, but the did not answer the question. I would not recommend this product to anyone. I am tired of companies giving free gifts to people for 5 star reviews, and product whores who post untrue videos. I buy many products, but too many of them get returned or recycled so I am losing trust with manufacturers, because they create great marketing for substandard products.
Great video! I took your advice & I'm returning the one that I just recently bought for the item: Withings. I didn't know that the BPM could be wireless, rechargeable, & Bluetooth. Moreover, I share my BP with family & friends, that's just greatly convenient. I was just looking for an item that was Bluetooth & compatible with iOS. This exceeds my expectations. In addition, Omron bumped up their price. So, it made the decision easier. Cheers! You definitely should be an updated version of this video. The content is great.
i hate apps. i hate smart phones....
Is the Omron Evolv made in Japan? Is it same as HEM-7600T?
i would really appreciate if you do a video on Withings BPM VS QardioArm Wireless BPM
Thanks for this review. I'm interested in the Withing one, but upper arm BP monitors airways hurt me...low pain tolerance. I wish they made a wrist one.
Wtf, the most important thing for me is the accuracy that is missed out in your review :((
Thanks so much for the in-depth review. I am going to get the Withings unit.
Couple of things...
WHAT THE DAMN KIND OF RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES DID YOU BUY THAT COST $20!?! HOLY SHIT! I *LITERALLY* have a box of high-end, low self-discharge NiMH cells that probably cost me under $0.50 per cell!!!! Did you buy some stupid, garbage capacity Li-ion cells with the horseshit USB connector on the battery? Because those are legit trash! The capacity is stupid low, they break, they are not safe due to the limited space for the required charge controller, meaning they fail and they are a fire hazard... I genuinely hope that isn't what you bought, and doubly so, if you did make that mistake, I encourage you to dispose of those cells properly.
Pretty sure it is pronounced 'Why-things'
I am confident there is a medical/legal reason that only some BP Monitors are rechargeable. Seems that it is next to impossible to find them for the lower prices, surely this is some kind of medical or FCC-type certification that costs a fair bit of money to get certain medical-use certifications for rechargeable devices.
6/04/21: Went to buy the Omron and it's not available and they don't know if it ever will be.
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My greatest concern is the accuracy of the device. How does accuracy of the Withings compare to the Omron BP786N?
Really upset that as doctor you didnt verify against a manuel cuff this should be most important evaluation in your review á
I have an omron and it consistently give me inaccurate blood pressure best automatic bp is welch allyn and it comes with app as a nurse welch allyn closet to hospital grade that you get at home....this doctor in this video never compared his results to a manuel bp cuff....this doctor probably had normal bp reading he slim but if you suffer from hypertension then verifying accuracy of your cuff with manuel is essential a good review would have demonstrated that for you using a person who has hypertension and verifying this automated machine matches manuel reading ....don't trust this review
I got both the Withings BPM Connect and the new Omron Platinum monitors and did a side by side on them to determine which one I was going to keep. I have to admit, after your review and handling the BPM unit, I was in love! Small, portable, rechargeable, good app that interfaces with Apple Health, B/T and Wi-Fi, what else could you ask for? And then I started to us it and the love began to fade away. Here are my issues with the BPM: total lack of information and users guide, what we use to call “instructions”. If it is for a single user, yep, it is kind of plug and play, but still, total lack of info. And, only a 1 year warranty if you live in the USA, but 2 years if you live in Europe? There is no product registration process that I could find online so assume you have to maintain receipts and play email tag if there is an issue. And the final straw was the BPM always read a higher blood pressure than the Omron Platinum unit. I really wanted to love this and use it for travel, but I cannot depend on accuracy and readings, so back it went to Amazon today and the Omron is my daily driver, even though it is larger. But, it does more, has a 6 year warranty and was cheaper than the Withings BPM. I still like your reviews, but cannot agree with you on this after personally trying it out.
Have an inexpensive cuff (Omron) that works and compares when bring to Dr office. Wanted a night time BP recorder as Dr ordered a Zio heart rhythm patch and thought good to have both info collected at same time. Read of some "smart" watches that do that and think heard someone say they had a ring that also gave health info. Anyone find a reliable BP monitor for night?
is it gonna be good for somebody with 45cm arm?