Santamedical BW-210 blood pressure monitor is wrist blood pressure monitor. I am really impressed how accurate this blood pressure cuff is. I am a Visiting Nurse and was looking for a device to make my life easier. This fits the bill. I have tested it using a Sphygmomanometer cuff and stethoscope and the readings have been on target. The monitor comes with it’s own carrying case which is easy to take with you. Runs on 2 AAA batteries which are included and easy to install. The display is large and easy to read. Directions come in 4 different languages which make it great for anyone to understand. You need to keep your arm still when monitoring and at heart level to obtain accurate readings When you push the button on the right, it start the reading immediately and takes about 1 min. It comes with a button{the one on the left] that shows your latest readings so you can see if there has been a change and when you go to the doctor instead of writing them all down you can just show him the memory on the monitor. You will be able to show the time and date taken. To set the time there is a pin hole button on top of the monitor. Place a sewing needle {or similar object} in to the hole One click puts you into “adjust time” mode. Then use the left button (memory) to advance the digits. When the month is set correctly click the hole again to advance to the next number to adjust (days of the months) and so on. The unit has automatic power-off function if you forget to turn it off manually. All my reviews are based on my own experience and evaluation of the product so that others can benefit in finding quality products that meet their needs & expectations. #BloodPressure
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