Purchased this monitor after our Omni cuff blood pressure monitor quit. We chose it for it’s Bluetooth function, the fact that arm cuffs need less close attention in terms of positioning and the range of sizes the blood pressure cuff could accommodate. The cuff is stiff and curls on it’s own which we found cumbersome. The deal breaker for us was the length of the cuff. I know I have short arms even for a 5’3” adult, but this cuff literally took all the space from my arm pit to the bend of my elbow. We thought that the fact that it was so long on me might account for readings that were at minimum 10 points higher than my norm but two other facts suggest otherwise. First of all, fearing that my pressure was indeed high I took a second pill (allowable as I am in the very lowest dose possible for my Med) 6 hours later BP was still elevated. Second fact is that my husbands readings were also at least 10 points above average despite the fact that he had the space (barely) to move the cuff the recommended distance above the bend of his elbow. Obviously we are returning this cuff but in looking for another option I noticed that the high readings were noted on the Omni Bluetooth enabled wrist cuff as well. Skipping Bluetooth and skipping Omni I purchased a new cuff monitor whose readings are in line with our previous cuff monitor that quit.