To validate the performance of the device a clinical study was conducted that followed a protocol developed by the European Society of Hypertension, the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation in the United States, and the International Organization for Standardization.
Easy does it
Easy to operate
After downloading the Withings app, you just have to push the only button of your device to pair it—once for good. Once paired, just press the button to take a measurement.
Easy to understand
Unlike most blood pressure monitor screens that are overloaded with information, BPM Connect displays readings with large and simply-lit LED lights. Color-coded indicators also make it easy to understand blood pressure numbers.
Easy to pack
This smart blood pressure monitor consists of only one piece, and its soft cuff allows for quick and effortless transport.
Easy to love
Designed in Paris, the device is modern and minimalist, and made of premium soft fabric to ensure a perfect fit and comfortable measurements when inflated.
Withings BPM Connect
Smart Wi-Fi blood pressure & heart rate monitor
BPM Connect can be installed on a smartphone or a tablet, via the Health Mate app available on iOS (iOS 14 and higher) and Android (8.0 and higher).
Cannot be set up from a computer
Conditions of use
Pacemakers and implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICD) can make BP measurements inconclusive.
50 x 65 x 155 mm (1.97 x 2.56 x 6.10 inches)
Arm circumference: 22 to 42 cm (9 to 17 in)
LED matrix screen
Storage and memory
Unlimited storage on Withings cloud
Up to 8 measurements on-device between synchronizations
Charge via micro-USB cable
Battery life: up to 6 months
Blood pressure monitor
Systolic blood pressure
Diastolic blood pressure
The BPM Connect performance to measure blood pressure was validated in a clinical trial.
The results are within the margin of acceptance defined by the internationally recognized evaluation standard of blood pressure monitors ANSI/AAMI/ISO 81060-2:2013, EN ISO 81060-2:2014, developed by the European Society of Hypertension, British Hypertension Society and Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation/American Heart Association.