- Product Dimensions: 6.9 x 3.8 x 14 cm ; 308 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 544 g
- Batteries 4 AAA batteries required. (included)
- Item Model Number: A100
- ASIN: B00JM6EBHG
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 26 April 2018
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 185 in Health, Household & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health, Household & Personal Care)
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QardioArm Blood Pressure Monitor: FSA-Eligible, Medically Accurate, Compact Digital Upper Arm Cuff. App enabled for iOS, Android, Kindle. Works with Apple Watch, Apple and Samsung Health.
- CLINICAL ACCURACY AT HOME and ON-THE-GO: easily monitor your blood pressure in the comfort of your home, when traveling, or at work, trusted by healthcare professionals. Refer to the manual for the best results.
- EASY SETUP: connects to your smartphone via free App. Works with Apple Watch or Android Wear (iOS 10.0 or later, Kindle, Android 5 or later, Android Wear and Apple Watch. Requires Bluetooth 4.0.and up).
- SMART DESIGN: this stylish, very light and portable, one-piece wide-range cuff fits standard to large adult upper arms 8.7-14.6 in circumference (22-37cm), fully wireless, light, discrete. Battery life up to a year of frequent use.
- SECURE DATA MANAGEMENT: store, monitor, track your progress in your app, on demand sharing with your family or doctor (in app or via email).
- ADVANCED FEATURES: measurement charts, multi-user, reminders, add notes, irregular heart beat detection
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“I believe that good, high quality home blood pressure monitoring devices are critical for achieving better blood pressure control. I’ve been very impressed with the QardioArm device, which we are currently using in the Health eHeart Study.”
-Mark Pletcher, Health eHeart Study Principal Investigator, UCSF
QardioArm reinvents blood pressure monitoring, making it convenient to track your heart health everyday.
Medically accurate, FSA-eligible
QardioArm blood pressure monitor is clinically validated to give you a medically precise reading anytime, anywhere. This upper arm cuff is powered by Innovative technology and insightful data analytics. Used 3x more often than traditional bulky monitors.
Heart health redefined
This fully wireless BPM goes beyond measuring. App enabled, it easily pairs with your smart device via Bluetooth in one tap. QardioArm is also integrated with iOS and Android devices, Apple Watch, Android Wear, Siri, Alexa and Kindle Fire tablets.
Stylish, highly functional design
This is one of the most compact and portable blood pressure monitors available today. Our monitor is completely wireless which makes it easy and convenient to use at home or on the go.
DEVICE DIMENSIONS – 5.5 x 2.7 x 1.5 in
CUFF SIZE – 8.7-14.6 in circumference
MEASUREMENT – Oscillometric method with automatic inflation and controlled pressure release valve
MEASUREMENT RANGE – 40-250 mm Hg for blood pressure, 40-200 beats/min for pulse
POWER SOURCE – 4 x 1.5V Batteries; Size AAA, supplied
WORKS WITH – iOS 10.0 or later, Kindle, Android 5 or later and Apple WatchOS 3. Requires Bluetooth 4.0.
- Medically accurate
- Stylish, light, compact
- Secure data storage
Four easy steps to take your blood pressure
1. To use the QardioArm blood pressure monitor, unroll the cuff and pull the Q tab.
2. Insert your left arm through the loop of the cuff. Position the cuff an inch above your elbow and align the Qardio logo to face down toward your hand.
3. To pair your QardioArm, hold your device to the QardioArm for a few moments until the Bluetooth Pairing request pops up on screen. For Android users, the popup screen will not appear.
4. Then, (take a nice deep breath and) press the green Start button to take your blood pressure measurement.
Irregular Heart Beat Detection
QardioArm goes beyond blood pressure measurement. It detects possible instances of Irregular Heart Beat, and displays alerts in the Qardio app.
If you receive the Irregular Heart Beat notification, we strongly recommend reviewing your results with your healthcare provider.
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When I first got my QardioArm it was linked to my iPhone 7 and seemed to work pretty well then I upgrade it to my current device which is the iPhone X. I to bragged to my brother about how great the QardioArm was all the features that it had and how it seamlessly connected to my iPhone X it was easy to use and it was accurate and the best part, I didn’t need to bring that big clunky blood pressure machine which was like a flag in the breeze telling everybody that I had high blood pressure.
My friend called me a few weeks ago telling me he started having problems with his QardioArm go figure so did I it just didn’t want to connect anymore to my phone. It started to become an inconvenience, I even reset the Bluetooth connection as well as reset the QardioArm. And the worst part I uninstall the app and reinstalled it and what do you know I’m having the same problem as I had before I did all of this. My friend has the same exact problems. One thing that I find really annoying about this blood pressure cuff is that the app seems to eat my ram to the point that it becomes sluggish and unusable, after a reading I have to remove the cuff so that it disconnects from Bluetooth then close the app restart the app just to view my blood pressure and compare it to the other days. It’s also annoying to know that QardioArm has never even update this app wonder why it’s sluggish and eats ram. I’ve read all the comments and I see the responses from QardioArm they’re all the same that there was a problem when the app installed and that you should remove the app and reinstall it.
That’s all the developer ever says instead of fixing the darn app he just blames it on the installation. Let’s make something clear here when I installed the QardioArm app some five months ago it worked flawlessly for the first four months no problems. For if the app installed it self wrong it wouldn’t have worked in the beginning so it’s not the app it’s the crap software that the app is written on which is causing the problem, And let’s not forget Apple has updated iOS multiple times but QardioArm hasn’t updated their app not once so it’s not the app it’s the software that the app is built on which does not work with the current version of iOS and is causing problems such as crashes, eating large amounts of RAM, being sluggish, being unusable, it’s time to upgrade the app !!!
Lastly I would not recommend anybody buy this product for the simple fact that trying to communicate with QardioArm requires you write an email don’t provide a phone number no that makes sense !!! Instead let’s play email tag. On top of that QardioArm just blames everything on the app and makes you uninstall the app to reinstall it again another hassle. And let’s not forget when you do that you lose all of your blood pressure readings, how convenient !!!
Finally I just recently found a new Bluetooth blood pressure cuff made by Omron it’s the Omron Evolv. I recently saw it in a Rite Aid and it is $10 more than the QardioArm. I think it may be worth a try considering Omron is recommended by doctors and QardioArm isn’t. Thanks QardioArm for making me look like a complete donkey I told my doctor how great your device was I even told my doctor that she should start selling this product, I told my friends I told my brother and all you can ever say to your customers is when the app was installed it installed wrong you know and I know that’s complete BS and if you’re not gonna take responsibility for your product and keep up with the times and update your app then it’s time for me to Move on !!!!
**** Update After multiple emails to Qardio arm and no resolution I stopped using Qardio arm and I am currently using the number one brand Omron Evolv, It is a Bluetooth cuff and has an app and is more accurate than Qardio arms cuff. Side-by-side test the Qardio arm was 12 points off. The funny thing is you may not even have high blood pressure but the Qardio arm will tell you that you do by how in accurate readings are. The final straw was when I contacted Qardio arm and told them about how in accurate her blood pressure cuff was and the response was the app installed incorrectly and that I should reinstall it again you’ve got to be kidding me it’s the same excuse every time and honestly my blood pressure is more important then the lame excuse from Qardio arm good riddance !!!!
While always having been athletic, I have carried around 10-20lbs more than I would have liked. My cholesterol, more from genetics than anything, has always been elevated. However, my BP was always in the normal range. About 8 years ago, I went to a local CVS and my BP was read as 145/85, but I could never again confirm it as such high levels. My treating MD always found my BP in normal range.
So begins the tale. I began a very strict and stringent exercise regimen, began eating healthier (not totally) and ran very fast intervals followed by weights. Dropped 10 lbs and noticed one day my BP was "spuriously high" never again to be seen that high over the next 8 years. Developed a hip injury recently, which "luckily" led me to abandon running for awhile and use alternative machines like the Precor AMT (aggravated my hip "injury") and rowing machines (WaterRower for my home and Concept C2 for my vacation home). First the good news is that anyone looking to revamp their lifestyle and begin a good exercise regimen, I highly recommend rowing, assuming your doctor clears you for this. I am now 62 and after a trial back at running after a 7 month hiatus, the pain was unbearable. Being a terrible patient and ignoring what my body was telling me, literally barely able to walk to the hospital, I ordered an MRI of my hip on myself. The results were horrible. That "injury" was no injury but horrible bone contusions, torn labrum, sever degenerative changes, literally one of the worst hips I have seen in a long time. Running days OVER but rowing continues hoping to delay the total hip replacement.
Well while waiting for the MRI, my BP was 168/80. White coat "syndrome" most likely. However, I decided to check my BP more frequently using my old automatic machine and found it all over the place. To my surprise, my BP was mildly elevated in the AM, more elevated after my morning coffee and perfect AFTER exercising and slightly elevated after returning home from work. However, my readings were still unreliable.
Before going to my doctor, cardiologist friend, I wanted to have a better log. I bought this unit HOPING it would do what I wanted, was kind of leery as I don't trust mechanical BP machines all that much particularly gimmicky ones like this. I began three week logs to get a better idea what indeed was going on. Measured in the am upon awakening, before and after morning coffee, after exercise, before work, during work and at home. The results were astounding to me and all these years of "spuriously" high BP were probably not spurious but real.
People, while I am a physician, as a patient I am also a lay person. I bought into this "white coat syndrome" nonsense, stress nonsense, etc. This unit is so easy to use and to monitor one's BP I would recommend it to all, especially in light of the newest findings that cardiovascular risks are significantly reduced when you get below 120 regardless of the cause of the BP exceeding 120. If the "stress" of seeing your doctor, much less stress than most of life's stresses causes your BP to elevate, you are most likely having high BP during the day even IF during a very calming time in the day you choose to measure. Elevated BP is elevated regardless and this portable device will do what no doctor can do for you, namely help you not only in determining your BP throughout the day, but also in determining how well treatment, whether it be medicines or otherwise is doing. Having just seen my physician, I confirmed I do indeed have Grade I hypertension, checked the Qardio against his reading which was within a few mm of his manual one. The good news is my cholesterol, etc have become normal avoiding statins, however, I will need to go on ACE inhibitors to hopefully get my BP back to normal, unless I can find some other method to accomplish this feat.
I now have three weeks worth of data from the Qardio, am going to try some non pharmaceutical techniques for a few weeks and now that I have a baseline continue to monitor with the Qardio.
As a physician, I believe people need to take control of their health and outcomes and this product being so easy to use, portable and most importantly accurate is a product I would recommend to all. Since stopping my denial and becoming a patient myself, I have done just that. Folks, the newest data regarding BP is irrefutable and having just one reading at a doctors office every so often is, in my opinion, the wrong way to detect hypertension and products like these should become part of a person's routine, especially as we age and our vessels become less compliant.
Just my perspective so take it for what it's worth.
1. The readings are similar to my doctor's expensive monitor.
2. The "app" that goes with it - is also Great and easy to figure out and use.
3. The device is small and compact - but still takes your BP reading on the upper arm - just where the medical people take it.
4. It is light and easy to pack. You can actually put it in your suit pocket - just like the advertisement depicts.
5. You can lock in your Bluetooth address - so the unit does not try to pair with a nearby phone.
6. There is a "guest" mode - where someone can use or try out your Monitor without the result being included in your own readings.
7. I love it!!! :-)