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Omron HeartGuide Smartwatch with Built-in Blood Pressure Monitor Demo

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Omron has miniaturized the traditional blood pressure cuff to fit it into the band of a smartwatch with the Omron HeartGuide. This HeartGuide smartwatch is the first of its kind, delivering clinical-level blood pressure testing, as well as tracking steps and sleep. Letting you get a complete picture of your heart’s health that you can correlate to your activity. A companion app offers actionable health advice and tracks readings to share with your doctor.

All of this comes in the guise of a modern-looking smartwatch that no one will mistake for a medical device. It’s the perfect solution for anyone concerned about their blood pressure.

You can buy the Omron HeartGuard now for $499.

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58 thoughts on “Omron HeartGuide Smartwatch with Built-in Blood Pressure Monitor Demo

  1. i prefer asus vivo watch bp….

    1. The Asus Vivowatch isn’t FDA approved. We haven’t tested it directly, but the Omron should give you much more reliable readings. If you have blood pressure issues, the Omron is clearly the way to go.

  2. Only available United States FDA approved so in Canada it will be basically about double the price so that be like 1000 in a bit I’m not ready or willing to drop that much for a watch I can just do my regular monitoring what’s my stethoscope and been whatever you call that thing – 1 year heart attack survivor ♥️🇨🇦🌏

  3. Why’d you keep talking ??

  4. Does this check heart rate too

  5. So expensive. Just buy the regular blood pressure device. Buying this watch can cause high blood pressure 😂

    1. @Alpha Jhana ok so who cares? Are they the only brand? t-_-t u sound dumb

    2. Omron is one of the famous brand..

  6. Price is so affordable 499$

  7. Does this device work well when one has a pacemaker? And can it communicate with an Android (Motorola) smartphone?

  8. Is there a versoin for different sized wrists yet?

    1. No, still “one size fits all”. The band is designed to fit wrist circumferences between 6.3” to 7.5” (160 to 190 mm).

  9. Hi,sir
    Can we set any alarm or notification if the BP rises,can we fix the limit to notifiy if the number increased ex:- if bp increases above 125/90 can we set alarm for it automatically

  10. The bezel is so big…Watch looks outdated

    1. Yes, but keep in mind that this is a blood pressure measuring device. It needs to be a certain size – this is one case where function has to come before fashion.

  11. So do again without talking…

  12. Probably in 3-4 years when they perfect the technology and got copied by chinese manufacturer, it will get cheaper l

    1. Jajajaja

  13. How come in the below video, the same guy says it’s $50 -$100 Techlicious? Now it’s much higher!

    1. When he said $50-$100, he was referring to Omron’s other blood pressure monitors (the type that sit on a table), not this wearable version.

  14. What is the name of watch and price thank u

    1. It’s all in the description.

  15. I just ordered one today;the blood pressure needs to be watched all the time and this watch costs much less then a medical treatment

    1. How does it work, after 7 months of use?

    2. Where did you buy it?In US based retail shop?That means extra tax in overseas

    3. ibbi bhaai 499 USD

    4. how much price?

  16. Good job with an excellent user demo. This is a very specialized V1 device with a very narrow user base. I have considered purchasing but, as you show, and as other reviewers have demonstrated (since the actual release of this watch), it’s just too little advantage over other Omron options.

    For example, I can test BP and get an EKG using a recently released single Omron device, the BP7900. Not portable for sure, but it measures and records two critical parameters simultaneously.

    So I take a reading once or twice a day at home and use the Apple Watch 4 the rest of the time. For me, it’s the best solution at this time. But I’m open to looking at V2.

  17. 128 over 85? That seems high. Have you seen a doctor about that? Anyhow, I would pay $500 for that in a heart beat. Too bad it is not actually available.

    1. We spoke with Omron and they said they had overwhelming demand so they are expanding production for the HeartGuide with a second production line. They expect to be up to date on orders within the next month and will update ship-dates as the expanded production balances things out.

    2. @Techlicious I try to buy it and it just takes me to a 3 month preorder.

    3. It is available through Omron on their website.

  18. I agree far too expensive just wait until Chinese make one for 50 dollars it looks like Omron don’t like to sell a lot off this ugly watches

    1. John Sofroniou there are 50 dollar ones now

  19. to bulky and to expensive

  20. what is the glass made of, is it sapphire or mineral glass?

    1. Received further clarification from Omron that the HeartGuide uses Gorilla glass.

    2. According to Omron, the HeartGuide uses a “transflective glass” (not sapphire).

  21. Does it measure heart rate? At the expensive price, it should.

    1. Yes, it does. And you can use it as a basic fitness tracker, as well. Though, it is pricey if that’s all you want it for. The real value is the on-demand blood pressure monitoring in a small, wearable form-factor.

  22. Where can i buy it?I was checking online and could not find it.

    1. It’s only currently available through Omron’s site

  23. I wonder if insurance covers it, it’s very expensive.

  24. Too long for response

  25. Will it work if you have Afib? The one at the pharmacy won’t because of this condition

    1. Yes, according to Omron, it will work with afib, but the readings may need to be calibrated by your doctor to account for your specific afib situation.

  26. VERY OVERPRICED.

    1. Yes!

  27. I DID ERROR OUT!!! YES !! stupid…

  28. Maybe don’t talk during a demo.

  29. Just too expensive for daily user , i really love to buy one for my father since he got a jumpy blood pressure and need to keep carrying a wrist bp monitor everywhere

    1. alot of people buy expensive iphones for 800 usd, why 499 is expensive? it depends, if you depends on that to get reliable data, it worth the price, as it will warn when your blood pressure is high so you just take med

    2. In India were to buy.

    3. @plockacherrys $499USD

    4. How much is it?

  30. Where can I buy this?

    1. You can buy the Omron HeartGuide for $499 on the Omron site:

    2. Right now they’re only selling them on their site. they cost $500 I’m waiting to see if they sell them at Best Buy. For that price I’ve got to put it on and see how it feels before I buy it.

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