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WARNING! Omron forcing users to migrate to a new app called OMRON connect US/CAN by 1/14/2019, which is WAY worse than the old Omron Wellness app. If wanting to sync data or get reports, please do yourself a favor and read app reviews in Google Play Store or Apple App Store first. The new app also has some features onl… see more WARNING! Omron forcing users to migrate to a new app called OMRON connect US/CAN by 1/14/2019, which is WAY worse than the old Omron Wellness app. If wanting to sync data or get reports, please do yourself a favor and read app reviews in Google Play Store or Apple App Store first. The new app also has some features only available per paid premium account which is $99 a year or $9-10 per month. The details on what is included are hard to find. You either have to contact Omron customer service or download the app. It's not on Omron's FAQ website. see less WARNING! Omron forcing users to migrate to a new app called OMRON connect US/CAN by 1/14/2019, which is WAY worse than the old Omron Wellness app. If wanting to sync data or get reports, please do yourself a favor and read app reviews in Google Play Store or Apple App Store first. The new app also has some features only available per paid premium account which is $99 a year or $9-10 per month. The details on what is included are hard to find. You either have to contact Omron customer service or download the app. It's not on Omron's FAQ website.
noname
· January 11, 2019
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Does NOT pair with apple health via app on Android. Android app has no pairing options with any services other than google fit as of 3/21/2021, I do not recommend Omron BP for integration with any services at this time.
Frank Palmer
· March 21, 2021
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Systolic was 10 points high and diastolic was 13 points high.
Obviously this Caused, all sorts of heartbreak and worry Until I calibrated it in the doctor's office.
Reading the other reviews, it would appear that some units are high and some units are low compared to the highly accurate devices used by doctors. … see more
Systolic was 10 points high and diastolic was 13 points high.
Obviously this Caused, all sorts of heartbreak and worry Until I calibrated it in the doctor's office.
Reading the other reviews, it would appear that some units are high and some units are low compared to the highly accurate devices used by doctors.
This is all very disappointing. see less
Systolic was 10 points high and diastolic was 13 points high.
Obviously this Caused, all sorts of heartbreak and worry Until I calibrated it in the doctor's office.
Reading the other reviews, it would appear that some units are high and some units are low compared to the highly accurate devices used by doctors.
This is all very disappointing.

chriis
· September 13, 2020
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I bought this model assuming that it would work with a modern Android phone (similar age to those specified). It did not, and I returned it/gave it to Goodwill (?). IMHO bad HW design. Bad Bluetooth compatability. I have faith in Omron measurements, but they would have been better going for something simple like a … see more I bought this model assuming that it would work with a modern Android phone (similar age to those specified). It did not, and I returned it/gave it to Goodwill (?). IMHO bad HW design. Bad Bluetooth compatability. I have faith in Omron measurements, but they would have been better going for something simple like a USB connection, rather than a bad Bluetooth design!

If you have one of the _exact_ models specified, the bluetooth (maybe) works, but don't assume that a newer model phone will work. see less
I bought this model assuming that it would work with a modern Android phone (similar age to those specified). It did not, and I returned it/gave it to Goodwill (?). IMHO bad HW design. Bad Bluetooth compatability. I have faith in Omron measurements, but they would have been better going for something simple like a USB connection, rather than a bad Bluetooth design!

If you have one of the _exact_ models specified, the bluetooth (maybe) works, but don't assume that a newer model phone will work.

Amazon Customer
· November 18, 2018
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No, and downloading data is very difficult and unreliable. This new model has many flaws with the data download feature. The original design has been abandoned and the new design is not working well. I have had nothing but trouble with this model. And it is very complicated to get your data into a spreadsheet for a… see more No, and downloading data is very difficult and unreliable. This new model has many flaws with the data download feature. The original design has been abandoned and the new design is not working well. I have had nothing but trouble with this model. And it is very complicated to get your data into a spreadsheet for analysis by your doctor. see less No, and downloading data is very difficult and unreliable. This new model has many flaws with the data download feature. The original design has been abandoned and the new design is not working well. I have had nothing but trouble with this model. And it is very complicated to get your data into a spreadsheet for analysis by your doctor.
Snave
· July 19, 2018
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In a word,yes. It works from 100 to 240 volts, which covers all the voltages used around the world. However different countries use different plugs,even those using the same voltage. Adapter plugs are cheap and readily available to convert the parallel prong USA pattern to whatever you need. Why even bother. Throw in t… see more In a word,yes. It works from 100 to 240 volts, which covers all the voltages used around the world. However different countries use different plugs,even those using the same voltage. Adapter plugs are cheap and readily available to convert the parallel prong USA pattern to whatever you need. Why even bother. Throw in the 4 AA batteries, available almost anywhere, and you are good to go for a long time see less In a word,yes. It works from 100 to 240 volts, which covers all the voltages used around the world. However different countries use different plugs,even those using the same voltage. Adapter plugs are cheap and readily available to convert the parallel prong USA pattern to whatever you need. Why even bother. Throw in the 4 AA batteries, available almost anywhere, and you are good to go for a long time
Terri Solomon
· January 26, 2015
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how small an arm will it fit
Kendra Whitehead
· February 11, 2019
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Yes, the omron automaticaly inflates and deflates when you push the button. I have used omrons before and they work very well. Love this one.
Snowgofer
· March 19, 2015
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BP786 has not been manufactured since 2014. The unit Amazon is shipping is BP786N. The box the unit comes in says BP786 because the packaging was never updated but the unit inside the box is the BP786N and the manual is for the BP786N.
Dave Cherne
· April 8, 2017
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The Intellisense feature senses what your upper limit will be when the cuff is pressuring up si it will go about 30 points higher. No need to go to 180 if your upper blood pressure is 110. Not faulty. Designed to do that.
Mike
· March 27, 2015