Save money using your FSA dollars.

Have a flexible spending account or health savings account? Some Withings devices are FSA-eligible without a doctor’s prescription. Shop now for smart FSA/HSA eligible items that can help you manage your health—and save money doing it.

  • FSA Eligible
  • 30-day returns
  • 1-year warranty

With only one button to press, results right on the screen, and automatic Wi-Fi sync, BPM Connect is the simplest way to accurately measure your blood pressure and monitor it over time.

Developed with cardiologists, BPM Connect measures systolic and diastolic blood pressure and heart rate. The device syncs via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth with the free Health Mate app.

Thermo is a game changer. Now, a fast, simple, no-contact gesture yields medical-grade results right on the device and provides an automatic sync with the free Thermo app.

In the app, you can track temperature readings, set reminders, and input related symptoms and medications for advice right on your smartphone.

How to claim the FSA Refund

How to claim your FSA refund

1. Shop now on withings.com and save your receipt to be reimbursed for the eligible items. Your invoice is a receipt that will be available for download as soon as the payment is processed.

2. Send the receipt to your FSA or HSA provider.

3. Get reimbursed.

If you have an FSA debit card you can now use it to buy these eligible items on Amazon for more convenience.
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Note: No matter where you shop, it’s always a good idea to save your receipt for tax purposes. See below for more details on FSA/HSA accounts

More information on flexible spending accounts and health savings accounts

A flexible spending account (FSA), provided by an employer, allows you to use pre-tax money to pay for health care expenses for you, your spouse, or for your dependents. You choose how much money you want to save, and that amount is deducted from your paycheck throughout the year. You can then use those pre-tax dollars to pay for a wide variety of FSA-eligible items and health-care expenses, from medical appointments to first-aid supplies. Many people know their FSA covers copays at the doctor, prescription medicines, and even sunscreen. But many are not aware that blood pressure monitors and digital thermometers are over-the-counter (OTC) items that are 100% FSA eligible.

So don’t wait—if you don’t use those pre-tax dollars for medical expenses by the deadline, you may lose the money. The 2020 FSA contribution limits have changed: you can now set aside $2,750 in your account. Similarly, a health savings account (HSA) allows you to set aside pre-tax money in a savings account to pay for medical expenses. Unlike an FSA, the account is not provided by an employer, and money can be rolled over year after year. Many different health items are FSA or HSA eligible. Many items are also eligible through Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA) plans, but you need to check with your plan administrator to confirm HRA eligibility

Some medical products don’t even require a doctor’s prescription to be FSA eligible—including Withings BPM Connect, our Wi-Fi blood pressure monitor, and Thermo, our smart temporal thermometer. Investing in a durable product like a blood pressure monitor is a smart way to use your flexible health savings account money and can provide health benefits for years to come.

Note: This information is for educational purposes only. As rules and regulations change frequently, please always refer back to your plan provider for current limits and regulations.

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