Track your blood pressure on the go with our BPM-337BT

Our recently launched Blood Pressure Monitor BPM-337BT practically runs itself. All you need to take a measurement is this tiny thing. And well, a wrist, a heart and some blood in your veins. After all, there isn’t much to measure if you aren’t in possession of these vital body parts.

So let’s suppose you have all the necessities in place. Taking a measurement is just a breeze. Wrap the one-size-fits-all-cuff around your wrist and press start. The monitor will start measuring while inflating. All it takes is 30 seconds and you’ll have your upper (systolic) and lower (diastolic) blood pressure and your heart rate at a glance.

Did you know that 1 in 3 people suffer from high blood pressure? Crazy, right? It could easily be someone you know. Or maybe even you! Most people don’t realize their blood pressure is too high. That’s why it’s called “the silent killer.” On the bright side, there are a lot of things you can do to keep your blood pressure within the healthy range. One of those things is self-tracking, and this is where our Blood Pressure Monitor BPM-337BT comes into play.

This device is not only easy to use. It is so small you can take it with you everywhere you go. Self-tracking your blood pressure with our free iProvèn Health app couldn’t be easier. If you pair the device with the app, every measurement will be automatically stored. And it will give you a straightforward overview of all your previous measurements. This is a major plus if you want to share the results with your healthcare professional. When you are self-tracking your blood pressure regularly, you’ll be able to see if the changes you made have a positive impact on your blood pressure.


It’s normal for your blood pressure to fluctuate from day to day, and from time to time. That’s why it is important to measure regularly. For example, every day around 8 AM. After some time, you’ll be able to see if you need to make any additional changes. Let’s say you’ve decided to replace coffee with tea. If you see that your blood pressure is indeed lowering, you know this lifestyle change works for you. If your blood pressure is still elevated, consider making additional changes. Think about spicing up your exercise routine. Or have you thought about adding more plant-based options to your diet?


The way people want to track their blood and heart health varies from person to person. That’s why iProvèn developed a full range of blood pressure monitors. Our range covers models with arm and wrist cuff, with and without Bluetooth. Read our article to find out more about the different ways of measuring.

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