Drive Deluxe Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor, Wrist

  • Pulse Rate Indicator
  • WHO Classification
  • Irregular Heart Beat Detection
  • One Touch Operation
  • Large Easy-to-Read Screen
  • 2-Year Limited Warranty
  • Date and time stamp
  • 2 user memory storage
  • Average Last 3 Results
  • Travel Bag

Drive Deluxe Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor, Wrist


The Drive Deluxe Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor, Wrist is a wrist digital blood pressure monitor with a large easy-to read screen. More than two people can use the BP monitor since there is a 2-user memory storage with total of 120 reading memory storage. It will also take the average of the last 3 readings. The date and time stamp will remind you when you took the test. It will detect irregular heart beat and has a WHO indicator. The 2-year limited warranty will make sure it is working just right for years to come. This product is intended for home use only.

Product Summary:

  • WHO Classification
  • Irregular Heart Beat Detection
  • One Touch Operation
  • Large Easy-to-Read Screen
  • Date & Time Display
  • Pulse Rate Indicator
  • Digital Error Messages
  • Travel Bag
  • Auto-Off Function
  • Memory Stores 120 Readings (2 x 60)
  • Average Last 3 Results

Product Specifications:

  • Unit Dimensions 3.31" x 2.52" x 1.14"
  • Carton Size 14.4" x 13.8" x 8.2"
  • Measurement Method Oscillometric Method
  • Measurement Range Pressure: 0mmHg~300mmHg Pressure: +/- 3mmHg
  • Power Supply 2x AAA Batteries
  • Auto Power Off 3 Minutes After Last Reading
  • Cuff Size 5"–8.5"
  • Memory Capacity 2 x 60 Reading with Date & Time
  • Operation Environment 50°F to 104°F, <85% RH
  • LCD Size 1.93" x 1.50"
  • Warranty 2 Years
Health Reminder

Hypertension is a dangerous disease that can affect the quality of life. It can lead to a lot of problems including heart failure, kidney failure, and cerebral hemorrhaging. By maintaining a healthy lifestyle and visiting your physician on a regular basis, hypertension and relative diseases are much easier to control when diagnosed in the early stages.