Suggestions Required For Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor.

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Personal  Experience  , together  with  Reliability  of the  Product  will Help.

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Common-man wrote:

Personal  Experience  , together  with  Reliability  of the  Product  will Help.

Presently Omron HEM-7310-L is in use at one of our homes.
Omron, in the past also had a model that could be powered from electric/nains.
This one uses R6 batteries.

Also had wrist type ones from Panasonic.
Personally, i would still prefer the portable wrist type.
Although some doctors say otherwise, in our experience of 15-16 years, most reading on either type needed an average of three.
Omron one is pretty silent though.
readings from Panasonic and mercury ones (as clinics have) were often identical when the person was relaxed and calm and readings taken consecutively (few seconds aparr).

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Prices of the wrist type Panasonic one too were 3000-3300 or so.
I’m not 100% sure, but the family member who told, had given some range above 3000.

“long term” consistency and reliablity of readings wise nothing can beat the mercury based sphygmomanometer

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Anything in Rs. 1000 – 1500 range.
Good one

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Using omron HEM 7120. Bought on Jan-18. Not as accurate as the analog ones used by doctors.
Should take average of three readings with a gap of 3min.

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Go for Omron JPN600

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Omron is good and heard more positive reviews.

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