81

conclusion:We like it

81

Home blood pressure monitors can sometimes be expensive or hard to use, but the iHealth Blood Pressure Dock for iOS devices makes taking your blood pressure and sending the results to your doctor incredibly easy, for a very reasonable price. It also has the added bonus of being a fully-functional (and attractive) iOS dock, so you can charge your device when you're not busy worrying about your blood pressure.

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$99.99

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Critic reviews

8.0
7 reviews
  • Durability
    8.0
  • Portability
    7.1
  • Ease of use
    8.2
  • Design and form factor
    7.9

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User reviews

9.0
1 review
  • Durability
    10
  • Portability
    6.0
  • Ease of use
    10
  • Design and form factor
    8.0
8.0
Gizmodo Jan 4, 2011

It was easy, it worked, and it didn't complicate matters by making deal with anything resembling a scary hospital procedure.

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8.0
CNET Jan 4, 2011

Other self-inflating blood pressure meters cost anywhere from about $50 to almost $150. That puts iHealth's $99.95 unit right in the middle, but it adds the benefit of being able to e-mail stats to a practitioner and view collected data over time.

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8.0
ZDNet Jan 13, 2011

What the BP3 gives you is very simple: the ability to keep tabs on your blood pressure throughout your life, rather than at periodic visits to the doctor. It's a change in the way we do health, bringing monitoring into the home and making it understandable.

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9.0
Mashable Jul 3, 2011

If you don’t already have a charging dock for your iPad or iPhone, the iHealth would be a more practical choice, and at $99.95, it’s a better overall value.

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7.0
iLounge Jan 27, 2011

Though iHealth Lab has delivered a usable and generally worthwhile new accessory in the BP3 Blood Pressure Dock, the price, dock design, and app implementation are all off the mark—each in ways that just a little extra adjustment could help.

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8.0
iMedicalApps Aug 2, 2011

At $99.95, the iHealth Blood Pressure Dock is definitely better for the budget-conscious, with its combination of a lower price, double function as a dock, and internal rechargeable battery.

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9.0
MILE MILE

The dock is a bit clunky so it's not really a portable solution. Also it would be nice if the software offered some kind of sync features if you use different devices. Other than that the device works perfectly, it is accurate and reliable, easy to use and offers all the basic features you need...

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