DetelPro launches voice-enabled blood pressure monitoring machine

Comes with two years of warranty

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DetelPro launches voice-enabled blood pressure monitoring machine

DetelPro, the health, and hygiene vertical of Detel India, has recently launched a new digital monitoring solution- blood pressure monitoring machine (Di-BP01) in its medical portfolio. Priced at Rs 1499, this BP device is available for purchase on Detel’s website, and for bulk buyers, it is available on b2badda.com.

DetelPro BP device is equipped with voice technology that enables people to hear their blood pressure reading. It also has an arrhythmia indicator that alerts the user of irregular heartbeat. This professional-grade device features 99 sets of storage for two people at a time and comes with an adjustable large arm cuff that fits arm circumference. Powered by DC 6V (1.5V four AAA batteries), this digital blood pressure monitor can also be powered using a USB charging port.

The product comes with two years of warranty and meets the requirements for both accuracy and cost-efficiency.

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Commenting on the launch, Dr Yogesh Bhatia, founder, DetelPro, said, “BP monitoring is an important part of control measures to combat life-threatening health disorders. Healthcare is always essential, but it is especially important during the Covid-19 pandemic. In order to eliminate the risk of high blood pressure, we have created this device for those who want to keep a close watch on their blood pressure anywhere and anytime.”

Early this year, DetelPro had launched the ‘Make In Bharat’ infrared thermometer at just Rs 999. The company has a pipeline of new products to launch in the coming months and will continue to broaden its portfolio across the appliance category in the country.

DetelPro, the health and hygiene vertical of Detel is the latest entrant in the PPE space in India. Detel, which is a homegrown brand that has manufactured the economical consumer goods, has forayed into PPE space with its sub-brand DetelPro to augment the supply of PPE products amidst a growing demand to fight the Covid-19 crisis. The company has already launched ‘Make in India’ PPE gears such as infrared thermometer, hand sanitizer, face shields, masks, and gloves for the frontline workers and individuals at large.

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