Latest review: The unit has poor usability, making it frustrating to use. The battery runs down too quickly and is not quick and easy to swap out. It's also not standard, so cannot use a re-chargeable battery. The
Latest review: My extras coverage through Defence Health should pay for this - still to submit. A confirmation letter from doctor re high blood pressure may be required - best to get this first. Capital Chemist
Latest review: I bought a cheap wrist blood pressure kit on Ebay thinking I would save money. The results were all over the place and I was really worried about my health. After reading the reviews I decided my
Latest review: This monitor is ideal for older folk who don't want or need high-tech embellishments. The 30 prior readings are available at the press of a button and the only detection warnings are those for
Latest review: I purchased the machine on the 11th of May 2020 from Chemist Warehouse at Windsor, spoke to them today and they advised I need to contact Omron direct. The machine has given error readings since I
Latest review: I've tested its accuracy and it's pretty good. It's light weight and easy to move from pocket to pocket. So if you're looking for something to track your outdoors walking (I don't run) I'd recommend
Latest review: I think overall it does what it is designed to do and it makes my job much easier. It is very fast and simple to use you have your results in all of about 40 seconds which works great for every day
Latest review: Have spent thousands of dollars on physio and bought this machine out of frustration.
Whilst it doesn’t replace my physio treatments, it certainly has helped.
Have used it for sciatic pain relief,
Latest review: It takes a ridiculous, unreasonable amount of time to get your weight.
You can't just weight yourself. Oh no. First, you have to quickly step on, and then off, and then count to 10 while the scale
Latest review: Device works ok in first few weeks. After that, it keeps displaying internal error even with new battery. Reading only shows once every eight to ten attempts. This device will give you more
Latest review: Before your Doctor get you to take pills for your perceived High Blood Pressure, based on OMRON Automatic BP Monitors, think again.
These devices are very inaccurate and can drive you to take