Withings BPM Connect

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Withings Wi-Fi Smart Blood Pressure Monitor

Withings BPM Connect makes it easy to take and track blood pressure at home. The device provides medically accurate blood pressure & heart rate measurements with immediate color-coded feedback on the device. BPM Connect synchronizes seamlessly via Wi-Fi & Bluetooth to the free health Mate app, where you can see all your data history and share it with your doctor.

  • BLOOD PRESSURE – systolic and diastolic plus heart rate
  • MEDICALLY ACCURATE – FDA cleared device
  • EASY TO READ & UNDERSTAND – immediate results with a color-coded feedback on the LED screen of the device
  • WI-FI & BLUETOOTH SYNC – automatic data sync to the Health Mate app
  • FSA ELIGIBLE – Flexible Spending Account funds can be used to cover the costs of this device


Withings BPM Connect - Wi-Fi Smart Blood Pressure Monitor
About this itemBLOOD PRESSURE - systolic and diastolic plus heart rateMEDICALLY ACCURATE - FDA cleared deviceEASY TO READ & UNDERSTAND - immediate results with a color-coded feedback on the LED screen of the deviceWI-FI & BLUETOOTH SYNC - automatic data sync to the Health Mate appFSA...
Withings BPM Connect Wi-Fi Smart Blood Pressure Monitor 
Withings BPM Connect Wi-Fi Smart Blood Pressure Monitor. Shipped With USPS Priority Mail.Ships Everything As Pictured.
Withings BPM Connect Wifi Smart Blood Pressure Monitor
Withings BPM Connect Wifi Smart Blood Pressure Monitor. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail.
Withings BPM Connect - Wi-Fi Smart Blood Pressure Monitor
Withings BPM Connect - Wi-Fi Smart Blood Pressure Monitor. Condition is "New". Shipped with USPS Priority Mail.


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// Specifications

Withings BPM Connect
released on June 13, 2019

// Company Profile – Withings

Withings is a company that aims to create products that help people take care of themselves. Withings is best known for their fitness trackers. – View Profile


8 Reviews for Withings BPM Connect

  1. Kit Kat

    This is the easiest blood pressure monitor that I have ever used. Very easy and fast to setup. Very easy to put on. The test is fairly quick and gives you a read out that you can read on the device. Transferring your data to your iPhone takes just one tap of the button.

  2. Dr.Satti

    This device is not accurate at all , it gave different reading in multiple time , also comparing the reading to my office device as a doctor is not accurate and not acceptable reading . I don’t know if I have a faulty device or if the new withings BP is not off standard

  3. Kevin Seay

    The sleeve is poorly designed making it difficult to fit correctly, and gives results that are different than two other monitors. Takes twice as long to complete an X3 reading as my other battery powered monitor. Cannot configure the monitor from the phone app – must be done from the monitor, which is wonky.I bought the Withings monitor to replace a QardioArm monitor which I liked, but died after 9 months, so had reliability issues.The only positive that I encountered with the Withings is that it has a rechargeable battery, so you won’t have to replace the batteries every couple of months, which was necessary with the QardioArm (I use the monitor daily). That being said, the Withings is much slower to take an X3 measurement than the QardioArm. On average, 2m3s for the QardioArm vs. 4m25s for the Withings. I made sure the Withings was charged to 100% each time.It is difficult to put the sleeve on and get it to fit properly. Note: the sleeve on the monitor I received does not appear to be the same sleeve shown on the Withings site. The sleeve is much thinner than my other monitors and does not hold its shape well when trying to insert your arm. Because of this, you compensate by making the sleeve opening larger, but this makes it challenging to tighten the sleeve after you insert your arm, using your chin to hold the monitor while cinching with your right hand. I’m not sure if sleeve fit issues are to blame, but the readings from the Withing differ from readings on the QardioArm and an electric Omron monitor (up to 5 higher on both sys and dia).While Withings has an app (Health Mate), you cannot use the app to configure the monitor for things such as taking 3 readings (which my cardiologist recommends) instead of a single reading. It is ridiculous to have smartphone capabilities, but require someone to cycle through pressing buttons with long and short duration in order to set the monitor up. Similar design flaw to the Withings scale that I have which requires you to press a button on the bottom to set units instead of being able to set via the app like other smart scales.

  4. Santa Barbara Jim

    The cuff on the 2019 model is not as easy to use as the 2013 model where the cuff was molded to easily slip over my arm. The 2019 model has a standard soft cuff. No longer unique. Withings makes good products. Did not expect downgrade. The connection to iPhone has been simplified -It is now wireless and a cable is no longer required. Instructions were not very complete & set-up was too complicated. I have another Withings device that works very well and I did not want to clean-up a conflict. Therefore, I am unable to evaluate how it works. I look forward to a version that incorporates the best of the old with the new.

  5. R. Gaitskell

    I have used Withings devices for nearly 5 years. I have used previous Blood Pressure Monitors from Withings and Omron. I also have cross compared clinical BP measurements with readings from my consumer BP devices.As expected the software from Withings on the BPM Connect worked seamlessly – uploading readings into the cloud. All data can then be accessed from the Withings iOS phone app or web browser. Data is also fully integrated with Apple HealthKit.I used the new BPM Connect for 2 weeks. The Systolic and Diastolic BP Readings from the BPM Connect were consistently elevated (by 10-20 mmHg and 8-10 mmHg, respectively) compared to my older devices used at the same time. My previous device readings have been consistent with clinical measurements. This means the Withings BPM Connect I had was systematically wrong by a margin large enough that it would change the clinical diagnosis. My arm circumference is 13”/33 cm which is at the upper end of the allowed range for the device .My interactions with Withings support were constructive, however, no solution to this issue was found. It was clear that I was following the correct procedures when making the measurements.I returned the unit as defective. I am concerned that this new product line may have an issue with systematically reading high for users with larger arms. You should read other postings to establish if this is seen by other users and could be an issue for you.

  6. AKS in Michigan

    I have high BP and am on Lisinopril. I took my BP for two weeks and tracked the readings. I was seeing readings like 212/114. Readings above 180/120 are considered to be a Hypertensive Crisis. After the first week, I called my Cardiologist and shared my concerns with them. They increased my Lisinopril dosage to 20 Mg from 10 Mg. The increased dosage caused headaches. After the second week, I went into the Cardiologist’s office. We took my BP with the Withings BPM connect and it was 209/124. Then he took my BP with his device and my BP was 159/89. He took my BP two more times over a 15 minute period and it remained the same.All of this because the BPM connect is not accurate.The Withings website states that the BPM Connect is clinically validated, but does not list the name of the clinic. The website also states that the device is backed by doctors. Yet only one doctor is listed who works at a hospital in Paris, France. Couldn’t they find a doctor in the USA to endorse the product?Now to add insult to injury, my return request has been denied by Withings because I have had the product for 70 days and they have a 30 day return policy. They must know that they have a manufacturing problem and a defective product, why else have such a short return policy.In addition to the stress that this caused me, I also had to pay for a doctor’s visit that was unnecessary. I doubt that Withings is willing to reimburse me for the doctor’s visit.I caution other Amazon shoppers who are considering purchasing this product. My cardiologist recommend the company Omron, who has many models of BP monitors to choose from. I ordered an Omron BP monitor yesterday.

  7. Bruce

    Great potential. Small, Wifi connection and connected easily without error (unlike the experience of others). Rechargeable. Clear BP display.But, it inflates to an unbearable degree leaving my arm feeling bruised the next day – I am medical and know what is over inflation. Also it gives widely ranging results when done more than once At a sitting which I suspect is something to do with the over inflation.I like the design very much and thought Withings had got it right after my previous cabled Withings BP machine which was hard to connect, but mine at least is unusable. Very disappointing and I will try to return it for a replacement in case mine is faulty.

  8. DJB

    DO NOT buy this product until you have considered the following…What they do not tell you in the sales pitch is that you cannot use this device standalone straight from the box. The device MUST first be ‘setup’ via a smartphone. To do this you MUST download their APP to the phone then create a Withings account with some personal information (in order to create profiles for each person who is to use this device) on their USA server to which the device, via the smartphone may upload your data if you sync/pair the device to your phone. However, in order to create an account you must also agree to the following; “(*) I consent to Withings processing my personal data including body metrics data as detailed in the privacy policy”.Now the USA is not covered by the UK Data Protection Act and do you want to trust a US company with your personal medical and other data? Think of the likes of other USA based companies such as, to name but a few; Microsoft, Facebook, Google and sadly even Amazon and the data they collect and use :(In the end what I did was to setup a dummy email address and used it to create a dummy Withings account just to get the device initialised. One can then read the data straight from the device display without needing to ‘pair’ it to synchronise the data each time. I may then kill the Withings account and delete the phone app and continue to use the device standalone. I have emailed Withings with my concerns that it is not possible to use this device standalone straight from the box without agreeing to their ridiculous policies. But as yet no reply, well there is a surprise!!!The device itself is not the problem, seems well built and works well. But it is their methodology of use 🙁 and that it seems not possible to use it standalone straight from the box that is definitely an issue to those of us who wish to maintain control and security over OUR personal information !!!So whilst I would give a 5star rating for the device itself, because of the issues described above, I have only given it a 1star rating for their lack of transparency when describing the device.

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