Omron BP710N and BP710 - 3 Series Review

Omron 3 Series arm monitors are priced competitively and are affordable. They have all the basic features to get the job done.

If you are looking for a simple monitor with few features and one-touch operation and priced within $40, then go for 3 series Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor – BP710N. If you are looking for a more feature-rich model you should look at Omron 10 series or Omron 7 series.

BP710N is the successor of BP710, which was discontinued in favor of BP710N.

Comparison table for Omron BP710N and BP710

One Touch
Irregular heart beat detectionYesYes
Cuff type
D-ring 9” to 17”D-ring 9” to 13”
CostCheck PriceCheck Price
We recommend checking price for all models as sometimes you might get better model at lesser price.

Differences between BP710N and BP710

BP710N is almost identical to its predecessor BP710. Newer model comes with a wide-range D-ring cuff supporting arm size from 9” to 17”. The previous model by default supported 9” to 13”, though the model was compatible with large adult cuff ranging from 13” to 17”.

Most of the other features are available in both the models.

Even though some stores still sell BP710, we recommend BP710N as it is better and in most cases cheaper.

  • Accuracy:

    Omron blood pressure monitors comes with Omron’s Advanced Accuracy, which ensures consistent and precise reading.

    Reviewed by ; Updated on April 26, 2021
  • Fitting:

    Wide range D-Ring contoured cuff is very comfortable. It supports arm circumference from 9” to 17”, which is appropriate for standard and large adult arm.

  • Ease of Use:

    The Omron 3 series monitor has a large digital display, which makes the reading visible and easier to read. The device is handy and can be used to monitor their blood pressure at home, work or anywhere else.

  • Additional Features:

    • One-touch operation: This Omron device is having one touch-operable button. With the single click, the cuff is inflated and show systolic, diastolic and heart beat measurements.
    • Irregular Heartbeat Detector: While measuring blood pressure, It detects fluctuations or irregular heartbeats. Irregular heartbeats are concerning, thus this feature will help you to seek early medical attention.
    • Memory Storage: Reading are stored with date and timestamp which can be retrieved as needed. Omron 3 series arm blood pressure monitor have a memory capacity of 14 and only have single user mode. Low memory is one of the drawbacks as other Omron models have capacity over 100 and can support two users.
  • Value for Money:

    The cost of the Omron 3 series upper arm blood pressure monitor is very reasonable and have features that are enough to measure blood pressure.

  • Power:

    4AA batteries (not included). AC adaptor is not supported.

  • Warranty:

    2 Years limited warranty


Standard box contains:

  • 1 Omron BP710N or BP710N 3 Series Blood Pressure Monitor
  • 1 Wide range Cuff (fits arms 9” to 17” in circumference)
  • 1 Instruction Manual in English and Spanish
  • 1 Quick Start Guide



Omron have one of the best blood pressure monitors in the market. They understand the needs of the customers and build the devices around those needs.

If you are looking for a family blood pressure monitor with more features such as wireless data transfer, multi-user mode and comfit cuff you should look at Omron BP786N, BP785N or Omron BP761N, BP760N. The 3 series have few features but enough for the daily needs. In budget range, this is one of our top recommendations.

Updated by Monica Griffin on April 26, 2021


  1. Julie Acord

    I only received Spanish instructions in the box. Is there an online manual available?

  2. janiceboozer

    I bought this at Walmart 11 months ago. I have had nothing but trouble. This monitor was 20 counts more than my dr.’s.
    The dr. changed my meds 4 times till we realized it’s monitor that is off. I called Omron and was told I can not return for a refund. I can only send in to be looked at. I need it now. Omron then told me to return it to Walmart. It is outside the 90 day return policy. So I am stuck.
    I will never buy another Ormon.

    • Tish

      I experienced the exact same thing – DIA number was 20 points higher! Sent me to the ER!!! Trash

  3. John

    Bought it 1 year ago and experienced high reading of 20 or more including the pulse rate. Sent it back 3 times to Omron and got my unit back with a letter stating the unit was checked and it was fine. I noticed that there were no new readings in the memory so what did they check. I would not buy this or any other Omron product with the response I received. BTW there are cases like mine all over the internet so do not buy this product.

  4. Anonymous

    Give inaccurates data, It is uselesserroneus data. Shows signs of inefficient failures . I have tried two and both have failed.

  5. Eileen Dagen

    I have a OMRON BP760N which has always worked well. It seemed the batteries needed to be changed as it was stopping in the 140’s. I changed all but now it is not doing anything and I have an E1 reading. What does this mean?


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