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Review of Omron BP652 7 Series Blood Pressure Wrist Unit
4.30 stars Very Good Form 1726 Reviews
Reviewed on: March 31, 2014 Author:
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Pros & Cons


  • Easy to use
  • Fairly accurate
  • Easy to read digital display, Stores past readings
  • Indicator to tell the right position to take BP
  • Small, portable and convenient
  • Doctors recommend and use the same product
  • Dependable product at good price


  • Readings may vary when compared to arm cuff monitors
Review Summary

This is the summary of consumer reviews for Omron BP652 7 Series Blood Pressure Wrist Unit. The BoolPool rating for this product is Very Good, with 4.30 stars, and the price range is $39.99-$79.99.

The Omron 7 Series™ Wrist home blood pressure monitor (Model 652) provides results similar to many of the leading upper arm home monitors. It is easy to use and gives fairly accurate readings. It also checks for irregular heartbeats and monitors pulse rate too. Its small size makes it portable and convenient to use. It is particularly helpful if you have a larger than average sized arm. The wrist cuff is easy and comfortable to use. The digital display is easy to read and it stores 100 past readings for 2 users.

Omron’s exclusive Heart Guide Technology sets its monitor apart from the rest. The monitor automatically activates when your wrist is at heart level, ensuring accurate readings. Flashing orange and blue indicator lights help guide your wrist to your heart level, making it easier to find the correct position. It is also used and recommended by many doctors.

Some consumers complain the readings are not same when compared to other monitors or readings taken in doctor’s office.

Overall Omron BP652 7 Series Blood Pressure Wrist Unit is liked and recommended by most consumers and it appears to be very accurate and easy to use. Long recognized for its accuracy and ease-of-use, this Omron blood pressure monitor makes it easier for people to stay on top of their blood pressure between visits to their doctor.

User Voice
Omron BP652 7 Series Blood Pressure Wrist Unit
Easier taking pressure on wrist than typical arm cuff There may be difference in wrist cuff and arm cuff readings
Review Group #: 1 Rating :
4.00 stars
30 Reviews See Details
Easy to use Works well Meant for both right or left wrist but works better on left wrist
Review Group #: 2 Rating :
4.00 stars
8 Reviews See Details
Portable Easy to use Fairly accurate Quick and convenient Easy to follow instructions
Review Group #: 3 Rating :
4.50 stars
10 Reviews See Details
Keeps track of irregular activity and makes you aware of proper positioning to gain accurate readings Dependable product Recommended and used by doctors Good price A blue light indicates you're getting an accurate reading
Review Group #: 4 Rating :
4.50 stars
13 Reviews See Details
Digital display is easy to read Device pumps quickly and delivers an accurate reading within a few seconds Averages the last three readings done within a 10 minute time period
Review Group #: 5 Rating :
3.50 stars
14 Reviews See Details
Indicator light for proper positioning to take reading Stores 100 reading with date and time This blood pressure kit is easy to use
Review Group #: 6 Rating :
4.00 stars
16 Reviews See Details
More accurate compared to arm cuff BP monitors Pulse rate monitor is accurate
Review Group #: 7 Rating :
4.50 stars
24 Reviews See Details
Easy to use Gives accurate readings Very easy to read the numbers Built-in guidance system leads to no-fail accurate readings
Review Group #: 8 Rating :
4.00 stars
28 Reviews See Details
Best brand name Best BP monitor Convenient Great design
Review Group #: 9 Rating :
5.00 stars
6 Reviews See Details
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By Anonymous on September 02, 2018

I wonder if Omron has thought to hire someone who could write a decent manual that includes as explanation of each icon. That would result in a manual that actually depicted each symbol or picture present on the display and explained the purpose or use of each. What's wrong with this company? How can the manual for such a simple device be so bad?

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Omron BP652 7 Series Blood Pressure Wrist Unit
Omron 7 Series Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor


Rating : 4.30 stars Form 1726 Reviews
Omron BP652 7 Series Blood Pressure Wrist Unit
Omron 7 Series Wrist BloodPressureMonitor


Rating : 4.30 stars Form 1726 Reviews
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