- High-accuracy blood pressure monitoring
- Automatic wireless sync with withings health mate app
- Detailed results and recommended values displayed in the app
- Dual connectivity (Bluetooth + wired)
- Compatible iOS and android
Blood Pressure Monitoring Made Simple Slip on the cuff, turn on the Wireless BP Monitor & the Health Mate app will automatically launch. Position arm properly & you’re ready to take your blood pressure. The app stores all readings, syncs with Withings Health Cloud, & displays easy to understand chart. Visualize stats on your iPhone, iPod touch, or Android device, as well as on your online dashboard. The data is always backed up. The app gives an instant color feedback based on the National Health Institute standards for a quick & simple grasp of measurements. Share measurements with a doctor with a few easy taps on smartphones & get better support fighting high blood pressure. In addition, measurements automatically get synced with over 100 great apps & services. Measurement Cuff oscillometric method Pressure Accuracy : 3 mmHg or 2% of reading Heart Rate Accuracy : 5% of reading Cuff circumference: 22 to 42 cm (9 to 17 in) Automatic inflation & Controlled release Connectivity Bluetooth Smart Ready Compatibility/Requirements Phone 3GS, 4, 4S, 5, 5c, or 5s, iPod touch 4th gen or newer, all iPad versions (except the original iPad – App not iPad optimized), iOS 6.0 or higher Android smartphone or tablet with Bluetooth connectivity, running Android 4.0 or higher (App not tablet optimized) Certifications USA : FDA-Cleared Medical Device (class 2) Withings Apps Free Withings Health Mate app French, English, German, Spanish, Italian.
Withings Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor
No wire. Less pressure.
- Measures systolic and diastolic blood pressure as well as heart rate.
- Readings automatically compared to World Health Organization blood pressure standards for an easy understanding of your data.
- Syncs wirelessly via Bluetooth technology with iOS and Android devices.
- Multi-user capabilities with personalized monitoring and data for each user.
- The free Withings Health Mate application offers comprehensive and streamlined data tracking.
- Easily share data with doctors.
iOS and Android Compatible
– iOS 7 or higher: iPhone 4 or higher, iPod touch 5th generation or higher, iPad 2nd generation or higher.
– Android 4.0 or higher
Apple Watch Compatible:
Use your Apple Watch to:
– Easily start a measurement on your Withings Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor .
– View your last measurement and overall trends at a glance with Health Mate for Apple Watch.
Apple Health Compatible:
– Ability to automatically export all your Withings data to Apple Health.
Inside the box
– 1 Withings Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor: Cuff Oscillo Metric Method, Fits arm circumferences: 9 to 17 inches, Accuracy: ±3 mmHg or 2 % (pressure)
– 4 AAA Alkaline (LR3) Batteries (in product)
– Micro-USB Adapter
– User Manual
Withings Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor is a pretty impressive monitor. It’s well made, comfortable, easy to carry/ transport and use anywhere. Once set up, it’s very easy to use and, I’m discovering, is able to make it’s readings available to other apps such as IBP Blood Pressure monitor. The main reason I purchased this was to have a way to automatically keep track of my readings and this device completely solves that nuisance.
I think the device itself is a solid 5-star product but the software is still a work in progress. The main negative is on the Withings software side. Some of the web interface is in a beta state so making the readings available to other Apps may seem cumbersome initially as you must first set up an account to use the device (which can be done directly within the app on one’s phone) but you then must sign in on the website and find the option to “share” the readings with other software. The Android app on the phone itself has crashed on me a number of times as well. Furthermore, Withings has not updated their iPad software and I am unable to load their Health Mate App on my iPad Air, even though I can find it if searching for iPhone only. If you are an iPad Air user, that’s a big fail so my advice is to wait for the software to be updated unless you are also using an iPhone or Android phone. So, on my iPad air, the only access I have to the blood pressure readings is through a third party app – IBP – after setting up the sharing option mentioned above.
Overall, a great device somewhat let down by the software options. I’m sure eventually, the software will catch up