Omron HeartGuide review
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The Omron HeartGuide is the world’s first clinically validated wearable blood pressure monitoring wristwatch. As well as blood pressure, it monitors fitness and sleep patterns, so you can understand how your lifestyle impacts on your heart health, and it shows notifications when you get emails, calls and texts. If you measure your blood pressure regularly, and are toying with the idea of buying a smartwatch, could this be the perfect device for you? Read our blood pressure monitor first look review before you buy.
- Pros and cons
- What is it?
- What’s the setup like?
- How do I use it to take my blood pressure?
- What’s it like to wear and use?
- Is there anything else I should know?
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