Evaluates your blood pressure level
Serves to detect pulse irregularities at an early stage
Guarantees comfortable and accurate measurements
Product was developed, verified and supervised by B.Well Swiss AG, Switzerland. Applied Swiss control system assures high quality, endurance and safety of all B.Well products.
The quality management system of B.Well Swiss AG is certified to comply with the international norms ISO 13485:2016. B.Well Swiss products comply with the Medical Devices Directive 93/42/EEC
Warranty period is 3 years from the date of purchase for monitor and 1 year for cuff and adapter
B.Well offers a convenient solution for people with impaired vision: a measuring device with voice capabilities to help monitor blood pressure.
Automatic blood pressure monitor B.Well PRO-36 says instructions and results aloud. The device has a smart design and is convenient and easy to use. Just press the one large, bright button to measure pressure. PRO-36 features a measurement history, volume adjustment, and tip scale to help assess pressure levels.
The anatomic cuff design ensures comfortable and accurate measurements. The universal size fits any body constitution.
PRO-36 Automatic Blood pressure monitor
Anatomic M-L size cuff for an upper arm circumference of 22-42 cm
AAA batteries (4)
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