Reviewers say the A&D Medical LifeSource UA-767T self-inflating, upper-arm blood pressure monitor is best for users with visual impairments. A voice announces readings of blood pressure and pulse through the built-in speaker or headphones (not included). Owners say the UA-767T is easy to use, offers a large display for easy reading and passes professional tests for accuracy. The downside is that the monitor is expensive, so if you don't need these special features, reviewers recommend the basic Panasonic EW3109W (Est. $60) or the Omron 10 Series BP785 (Est. $80) , which can store the last 200 readings and comes with the adjustable ComFit cuff.
The British Hypertension Society gives the LifeSource UA-767T blood pressure monitor the highest double-A grade for accuracy, and the American Foundation for the Blind recommends the monitor for ease of use. Yet few user reviews of this unit are available; we found many more posts for other monitors in the UA-767 series at Amazon.com.
1. British Hypertension Society
The LifeSource UA-767T receives the highest double-A grade for accuracy from The British Hypertension Society (BHS). The BHS provides a list of blood pressure monitors that have been tested by others using BHS or other well-accepted protocols.
Review: Validated Blood Pressure Monitors, British Hypertension Society Information Service
2. American Foundation for the Blind
The American Foundation for the Blind reviews the LifeSource UA-767T for usability and accuracy by people with impaired vision. The monitor is considered the best for speech output.
Review: Diabetes and Visual Impairment: Are Home Blood Pressure Monitors Accessible?, Steven Taylor, Darren Burton and Mark Uslan, Sept. 2004
Although Amazon.com is highly regarded for its customer feedback, only a handful of reviewers post comments about o the LifeSource UA-767T blood pressure monitor. They give the monitor a perfect overall score of 5 stars out of 5.
Review: LifeSource UA-767T Talking Auto Inflate Blood Pressure Monitor, Contributors to Amazon.com