Nokia BPM+ Blood Pressure Monitor

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  • Overview

    Nokia BPM+ is specially designed for accurate heart rate and blood pressure monitoring when you're on the go. This U.S. FDA-cleared device features automatic sync to the Health Mate app on your iPhone or iPad, allowing you to view trends and share results with your doctor.

    Easy to use

    To begin a measurement, simply slip on and adjust the cuff, press the button and the Health Mate app on your iOS device automatically launches. Once you read a brief set of instructions, you're ready to take your blood pressure. A measurement cycle takes just 60 seconds, after which the app will display heart rate and blood pressure readings.

    Instant feedback

    The app also provides instant colour-coded feedback based on the ESH (European Society of Hypertension) and the AHA (American Heart Association) recommendations for hypertension.

    Smart hypertension management

    Because tracking over time helps you better understand heart health, all blood pressure readings automatically sync with the Health Mate app, which creates an easy-to-understand chart of all your measurements.

    You can view your blood pressure history in the app at any time, and easily spot trends and changes. This easy tracking is a tool that can help you prevent health issues or check the efficacy of any lifestyle changes or treatment. And just a few taps on your iPhone are all it takes to share measurements with your doctor.

    You also have the opportunity to follow a medical protocol via Nokia's “Healthier Heart” program, which is powered by Hy-Result software. With this iOS exclusive in-app purchase, answers from a health questionnaire combined with a five-day measurement calendar, deliver a personalised blood pressure report.

    Even more convenient

    Designed to be travel friendly, Nokia BPM+ is neatly compact with a new slim, soft cuff.

    Highlights

    Highly accurate heart rate and blood pressure readings

    Cleared by the U.S. FDA

    Travel-friendly design

    App launches automatically and provides instant colour-coded results

    All results available instantly on your iPhone via Bluetooth

    Easily share reports with your doctor

    Battery life up to one year

    Did You Notice?

    Smoothly integrate monitoring into your day by setting reminders in the Health Mate app to take your blood pressure.

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    What’s in the Box

    Nokia BPM+ Blood Pressure Monitor

    Four AAA batteries

    Quick start guide

    Tech Specs

    Other Features: Batteries Required, Bluetooth, Health App Compatible, Wireless

    Bluetooth Compatiblity: Bluetooth 4.0

    Power Source: Battery power

    Batteries: AAA

    Battery life: Approximately one year

    Height: 16.5 cm/6.5 in.

    Width: 5 cm/1.97 in.

    Depth: 6 cm/2.36 in.

    Weight: 344 g

    System Requirements

    Operating System: iOS 8 or later

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: BP-801 Gray

    UPC or EAN No.: 3700546702426

    Warranty

    Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple’s Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.

    Warranty: One-year manufacturer's warranty

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  • 1.5 Average
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    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Readings Are Not Accurate

      I've had this for a few months now and the readings are surprisingly inaccurate. I brought it to have my doctor check the accuracy.To compare he checked my bloo I've had this for a few months now and the readings are surprisingly inaccurate. I brought it to have my doctor check the accuracy.To compare he checked my blood pressure manually as well as with a Omron automatic cuff. The Nokia's systolic number was on average 22 points high and the diastolic was on average 8 points higher.

      • Written by Nathan R from San Francisco

      179 of 184 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Readings Are Not Accurate

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Absolutly DO NOT BUY!!!!!

      Purchased 30 days ago. After a week of checking my blood pressure everyday it jumped up to Crisis readings. I felt absolutely fine but made an appointment with Purchased 30 days ago. After a week of checking my blood pressure everyday it jumped up to Crisis readings. I felt absolutely fine but made an appointment with my doctor anyway. When they checked my pressure it was fine. They double checked it still fine. I showed the doctor my Nokia BP cuff and we ran it. We did the reading 3 times. All were between 40 and 60 points off. Of course, this all was beyond the 14 day period for returns. Apple will not stand by products they sell, so I am stuck with a completely useless product. Add the cost of the Doctor's visit on top of it and it really should give me high blood pressure.

      • Written by Matthew M from Richmond

      146 of 149 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Absolutly DO NOT BUY!!!!!

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      I really should have listened to reviews over the temptation to buy

      Bottom line: Readings are 100% in-accurate. I'm not talking like off marginally, ... I'm talking it labeled me as a RISK 2 HIGH BP immediately after checking my Bottom line: Readings are 100% in-accurate. I'm not talking like off marginally, ... I'm talking it labeled me as a RISK 2 HIGH BP immediately after checking my BP both the old fashioned way (120/80) and using Withings BP cuff (the original generation of this evolved version which was prior to Nokia's acquisition). Even the Withings older model was accurate! This one, not at ALL! Returning,...

      • Written by Michael F from FAIR LAWN

      135 of 137 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?I really should have listened to reviews over the temptation to buy

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Great BP monitor

      Wow....I see a number of folks who are not happy with this product. First let me say this product is everything it says it is. It works very well. I have use Wow....I see a number of folks who are not happy with this product. First let me say this product is everything it says it is. It works very well. I have used Nokia/Whithings products and I have found them very reliable. The initial set up with Health Mate was an absolute breeze. Much quicker than I had anticipated. To use it simply wrap it around your arm, press the activating button and Health Mate will ask you which family member (if you have entered them) is being tested. When we first used the monitor I too saw reading much higher than we saw using our older conventional BP monitor. But this is where you need to pay attention to what Nokia tells you to do. In particular if you do not have your arm straight , as they tell you to do, you will experience higher readings, if you don’t have it within a reasonable level of your heart, as they tell you to do, you will have higher BP readings. If you do not sit properly or relax for 5 minutes ( or there abouts), as they tell you to do, you will,have higher BP readings. Simply put this is a medical instrument and sensitive to the input it receives. I found that when I followed the guidelines Nokia has for you to follow, that my readings and my wife’s reading where very accurate. As for the comment it is heavy and clumsy to handle.......seriously.......what did you expect from an instrument that has the actual monitor on the cuff. As for the construction it is well made IMO. It is a good product, follow the guidelines and yes I would buy it again, or recomend it to family members.

      • Written by Gerald Richard G from Surrey

      Is this review useful?Great BP monitor

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Reads high all the time

      I have owned this unit for awhile now, got it as a present and finally realized I had it and should us it. It consistently reads 10 to 15 points higher than re I have owned this unit for awhile now, got it as a present and finally realized I had it and should us it. It consistently reads 10 to 15 points higher than readings taken with a old school cuff. Tried multiple positions of the cuff, of my body, etc... no major change to the result. I would be more upset if I bought the unit, but that doesn't change the fact that it is not accurate.

      • Written by Tony R from Ann Arbor

      1 of 1 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Reads high all the time

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Great app, worthless hardware!

      I purchased this as I really like the Nokia App (using with Body Cardio scale). The design of the BPM+ is sleek. I loved the automatically captured readings, I purchased this as I really like the Nokia App (using with Body Cardio scale). The design of the BPM+ is sleek. I loved the automatically captured readings, graphing/trend, ease of deleting a bad reading, ease of emailing the readings...in general, the App is 1st rate all the way around. Pairing was rock solid, never an issue. Do be AWARE, this unit has NO display, so no iPhone, no BP readings! Now for the not so good. Right out of the box, I started having issues. I wanted to use the 3 reading average as such is more accurate but I discovered that getting the unit to successfully measure BP 3 times in row was about the same as winning PowerBall!. Tried the unit on my spouse with same results. I contacted Nokia (email only....they really need to reconsider how to do customer support). They did respond within a few days with a laundry list of this to do, but most were so obvious as to be almost condescending. I decided to ditch the 3 reading average and just go with the standard mode as I could always start a new reading if it came back with a reading failure message. I used the device for a week, taking multiple readings a day while tossing out readings that were clearly erroneous (more than just a few). I then had the opportunity to compare the unit against a couple of hospital grade automatic BP machines. Those machines, across several readings, were very consistent with each other. Then we tried the BPM+. I already suspected it was returning consistently high readings, but what we found was more than within any reasonable range. The unit was a good 25-35 points HIGHER than the two units against which is was being compared. My Dr then looked at me and asked, "can I inquire as to what you paid for that". When I told him, he gave me a look of disbelief that such an EXPENSIVE device could be SO far off the mark. I then showed him my readings for the week which were ALL clearly WAY high as well. I returned the unit to Apple and got a full refund. I had read reviews complaining about HIGH readings and poor customer support, but I gambled knowing I could return the unit. Nokia needs to pull this thing off the market, work out HOW to take accurate BP measurements and then return as the unit is VERY cool conceptually, the app is great, but if the device is incapable of ACCURATE BP measurements it is worthless. Guess it is better that it overstate readings than understate them, but I expected better.

      • Written by David T from Plano

      7 of 7 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Great app, worthless hardware!

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