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The Color Doctor is a portable blood pressure monitor that alerts the user by color if his or her blood pressure is normal, above normal or high.

After taking a blood pressure reading, the screen on the device will either stay green, indicating normal blood pressure, turn yellow, indicating above normal blood pressure, or turn red, indicating high blood pressure. Simply strap the Color Doctor onto the users wrist and you will get the result in less than a minute.

The device will also display the users heartbeat and will indicate if the heartbeat is normal or irregular. There is also a date and time feature on the display.

The product can be used by two different users, and store separate information for each user. Between two users, this will store up to ninety blood pressure readings.

It also comes with a convenient travel case, allowing the user to take it with them everywhere they go.

Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Color Doctor is $19.99 plus $7.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Color Doctor by paying the extra shipping fee of $9.99 for a total price of $37.97. Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page:

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  • Easy to Use

    To use the Color Doctor, simply place the device on your wrist and secure it with the Velcro tab attached to the monitor. A person can do this themselves or have help. There is no adjusting or pumping involved. The device will automatically detect the users pulse and take the blood pressure reading. Once the blood pressure is taken, the monitor can be removed from the wrist and the reading will be saved.

  • Fast

    The user will get his or her blood pressure result within a minute.

  • Simple to Understand

    The monitor is designed to be easy to understand. Not only will it show the traditional blood pressure reading on the display, but the display will change color. As soon as the blood pressure is taken, the display will stay green if the users pressure is normal, turn yellow if the pressure is above normal, and turn red if the pressure is high.

  • Small

    Unlike conventional blood pressure devices, the Color Doctor is small and portable. There are no bulky arm wraps or tubes. The product is small enough to fit into a purse and can be taken anywhere.

  • Additional Readings

    Not only will this product take your blood pressure, it will also tell your heart rate and indicate if your heart rate is irregular. It also displays the date and time, making it easy to record and keep track of all of the details.

  • Stores Readings

    Up to 90 readings between two different users can be stored on one monitor. A person can then take the monitor to his or her doctor so the doctor can see the history of his or her blood pressure.

  • Good for Two Users

    Two different people can use this and have their different readings saved.

  • Travel Case

    Each monitor comes with a handy travel case which allows a person to easily carry the monitor everywhere they go.


  • Keep Track of Blood Pressure

    The Color Doctor not only allows a person to easily check their blood pressure, but it keeps track of 90 of their previous blood pressure readings.

  • Use in the Dark

    Due to the color coded display, the user can see if their blood pressure is high even in the dark or in low light conditions. People with poor vision or the inability to understand blood pressure readings will also be able to easily use this device.

How it's Different from Competitors

The Color Doctor differs from competitors by being easy to use and easy to understand.

No other blood pressure monitor displays a blood pressure reading by color code the way the Color Doctor does. The entire display will be either green, yellow or red after the blood pressure test - allowing the user to see if they need medical attention without having to actually read the blood pressure reading.

Save Time

With the Color Doctor there are no tricky arm straps or bulbs to use. This saves the user time by being able to use the monitor easily and efficiently. Simply put it on the users wrist, or the user can put it on his or her own wrist, use the Velcro strap to attach, and let it work. Within a minute the user will have their blood pressure and pulse, and know whether their pressure is high or if their heartbeat is irregular.

Save Money

Any person with concerns about blood pressure can use the Color Doctor easily - at home, at work or on the go. This can save a person significant amounts of money on costly doctor's visits and more bulky devices. Since the device is easy to read, even for people with vision problems or in the dark, it may reduce number of false alarms or unnecessary doctor visits.

How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Place on Wrist

    A person can place this on their wrist themselves, or they can have someone do it for them. Place it so the display is on the inside of the wrist. Once it is on the wrist, use the Velcro strap to secure the monitor on the wrist.

  2. Press Start

    Once the monitor is securely on the users wrist, press the blue "Start" button underneath the display.

  3. Wait One Minute

    Within a minute of pressing the blue "Start" button, the monitor will have taken the users blood pressure and pulse.

  4. Look at Screen

    Once the users blood pressure is taken, the screen will either stay green, turn yellow or turn red.

    If the screen is still green, the user knows his or her blood pressure is normal.

    Should the screen be yellow, the user knows his or her blood pressure is elevated and should seek medical care if directed by a doctor.

    A red screen indicates high blood pressure, and the user is encouraged to seek immediate medical care unless otherwise directed by a doctor.

    The screen will also show the users heart rate and if the user has an irregular heartbeat. A user should take note of these readings and may want to contact their doctor depending upon the readings.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Color Doctor online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Color Doctor online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

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Cheryl - (West Richland, WA)
Reviewed on: 16 Sep 2017
I Regret Buying it!

Not a Good Choice

My doctor asked me to monitor my blood pressure at home so I ordered the Color Doctor. I was surprised because the readings were always very good and lower than my blood pressure had normally been. When I went for my doctor appt I gave him a copy of the readings I had documented and he was pleasantly surprised when he saw the readings. He then asked what king of monitor I had. When I told him he expressed to me that the Color Doctor and any monitors that take BP from the wrist are not considered to be as accurate as the BP arm cuff. He then proceeded to take my BP ( three different times ) and the readings in his office were considerably higher than the readings I had just shown him. In my opinion--do not purchase the Color Doctor or any wrist monitors.

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Ann - (Cherokee Village, AR)
Posted: 15 Sep 2017
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I would like to know what happens after 90 uses?

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Jimmy - (Waco, TX)
Posted: 21 Jul 2017
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Does it only store the 90 readings then you have to buy a new one or can you reset it and use it again?

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Lynn - (Clemmons, NC)
Posted: 03 May 2017
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How small a wrist will this fit?

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Lynn - (East Lansing, MI)
Posted: 02 May 2017
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How small a wrist will this be accurate on?

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Al - (College Place, WA)
Posted: 13 Mar 2017
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Is there a color code for low blood pressure?

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