|Price incl. VAT||£48.56|
|Price excl. VAT||£40.47|
|Possibility to return products within two months||
There's nothing like having your blood pressure under regular control and prevent a number of health complications.
There's nothing like having your blood pressure under regular control and prevent a number of health complications. A great help in this direction is the barometer OMRON MIT3 the arm in an elegant black and white. The advantage of this tonometer is easy to operate with the latest technology. Extended EASY cuff (22-42 cm) is easily utažitelná and pay two cuffs (+ standard for strong arm). The icon on the display informs its improper or insufficient tightening. If the display shows the appropriate symbol to confirm the correct settings cuffs, all results are reliable measurements. The instrument can evaluate unsuitable for measurement and motion icon on the display informs about possible inaccuracies in the results. In this case, repeat the measurement. Another icon draws attention to cardiac arrhythmia (irregular pulse). With frequent this icon is in place for a doctor and tell him this.
The memory device is divided for two users and guarantees record 1x 60 measurements, including date and time when the measurements were made. Data is shown on a large, clear and easy to read three-line display. Gauge OMRON MIT3 operates using alkaline batteries, their lifespan when they are new, up to 1000 measurements. 4 pieces of the AA alkaline batteries are included. Together with pressure gauge will also practical travel case, which is especially important for frequent transportation.
Blood Pressure 0-299 mmHg, Pulse 40-180 / min
Blood Pressure / -3 mmHg Puls / -5% of measured value
without batteries about 280 g, the cuff of about 170 g
about 107 (W) × 141 (V) × 79 mm (h) - without a sleeve
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