Benny was the first to try the BP5K. He had two different readings, the first time high and the second time normal. The female voice talked him into the right position in which to place his arm. The voice was loud so it kind of startles you when you first use the BP5K. I think that's what accounts for the higher reading the first time. (I too had a high then a normal reading.) Along with the voice there's a little arrow in the upper right hand corner indicating whether you need to raise or lower your arm into position.
- Easy to use
- Large display and font for nearly anyone to be able to read.
- Memory for two users
- Voice and visual guidance
- Tells you if your reading is too high or optimal; no need to look it up
- Voice is too loud
- Positioning for proper reading is too tight, making the voice guidance annoying from the stammering
The voice reminds me of the Orbit Gum girl. I tried to find a clip to go along with this post but discovered there's been more than one girl. So now I don't know who's voice it is!
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The Ozeri CardioTech Pro Series BP5K Digital Blood Pressure Monitor with Voice-Guided Operation & Intelligent Hypertension Indicator isn't currently in stock but you can add it to your Amazon wish list to snag one later.