This was a life changing review for me. I turned 40 this last year but I have always been very healthy and don’t typically get sick. I started back to college a year and a half ago with the Nursing program as my goal. I took a CNA course in the fall and when we were learning how to take blood pressure by practicing on each other I about fell over when they asked me if I knew I had high blood pressure. I figured it was a lot to do with being stressed out over school and all the other juggling that I do in my life and I just kept on doing what I do. When I saw this review opportunity I signed up for it and I am glad I did.



Product Description

Feel the pulse of health! The BPM-50W allows you to monitor your vital blood pressure and pulse rate readings while providing you with the knowledge you need to maintain and improve your health. This automation blood pressure monitor is equipped with 2 user storage profiles, which makes it easy to store and organize readings. Measurements taken are stored in the correct user’s profile by simply pressing the user’s number icon. Results of the measurements will display with the corresponding backlight color in accordance with the classification of the blood pressure by the American Heart Association. Measurements are taken through a fast and easy process using Measure and Inflate technology. The BPM-50W records up to 120 blood pressure readings, 60 readings per user, with date and time memory recall. It also calculates and averages your blood pressure based on the last 3 readings and detects irregular heartbeats and any arrhythmias. The MeasuPro blood pressure monitor ships with 2 AAA batteries (included), cuff fits wrist circumference of 13.5 cm – 21.5 cm, user manual. 2-year manufacturer’s warranty included.

My Review

I am so glad I was approved for this review because it has made keeping an eye on my blood pressure a breeze! This thing is so simple to use that even I have time to use it. It seems like I don’t even have enough hours in the day anymore but even with the craziness, that is my life, I still have time to slap on this BP monitor and keep track of my readings on a daily basis or even more often if needed. It comes with two AAA batteries that are required. IMG_4711

It is so simple to use. As you see here there are three buttons. It has memory for two users. Button Set 1 is user one and Set 2 is user two and the other button is to go through the memory.  You simply place the BP monitor on your wrist with your palm facing up about 1-1.5cm from the lowest part of your palm. Then you fasten the velcro cuff leaving no extra room between the cuff and your skin. Have your arm level with your heart. Then simply press either user 1 or 2 and that’s it.  The cuff inflates and your results are shown on the screen and it’s kept in memory and it automatically deflates. Here is a side-view of the cuff.


I created a video showing how simple it is but I have to apologize that I had to to this one handed. I was short volunteers when I created it. 🙂

The cuff is quite comfortable and fits wrists circumference of 13.5 cm to 21.5 cm. The manual included is written in English, French, Italian, German and Spanish. This BP monitor was created for home and medical use. The screen is backlit making it super easy to read while it is taking your blood pressure and it also shows your pulse rate. This monitor has been clinically proven to give readings that are equivalent to manual cuff/stethescope readings.

Available on Amazon HERE for only $34.99 and it is Prime eligible.

 ***”Disclosure (in accordance with the FTC’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concernning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising”)All opinions are 100% my own and was not financially compensated for this review. I did receive a sample of the product in exchange for this review and post.

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