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A French Oven is a great gift for a man. You can make all sorts of manly meals in the French oven, with minimal know how. This is a real man's French Oven. Its a solid hunk of cast iron, heavily enameled in a real manly color, cobalt blue. I've had my French Oven for three years now, and it survived a trip to Afghanistan with me. I used it to cook all sorts of manly hunks of lamb and beef over a propane stove over there. It was indispensable. This French oven heats evenly, and doubles as a real manly piece of gym equipment, should you be lacking that. Clean up is a breeze with this particular model, and you can use rough scouring pads on it without damaging it, unlike your more feminine teflon coated models. Be a man and scrub your pot after you make your hearty stews! It could also serve as body armor or a makeshift shield in a pinch. Hurrah!
I have been treated for hypertension for all of my adult life and have had several different measuring devices. This was of particular interest to me becuase it not only recorded your pressure readings, but allowed you to write in what you were doing before the test was done, and saved that along with the test results. Plus you can make reports and graphs and you can either print it out or email it directly to your physician. I took my old monitor in to the Doctors office to check its accuracy against her sygmoidoscope and it was pretty close. When I received this new monitor, I checked it against my other one and found it to be quite accurate IF the cuff is placed precisely where it is supposed to be. I have found that for my unit and cuff, if I make sure the arrow is directly over the bend of my forearm, with a bit of the cuff just past it, and have it fit slightly loose, the readings are much more accurate and true to the other monitors. just a slight variation can lead to false high readings. having said that, given the things that this can do, I believe it is worth the money and taking time to make sure the cuff is on correctly. I have been using it for the past week and the battery is still holding a good charge and it still works wonderfully. I am not sure if it was supposed to come with a plug but mine did not. It came with the Apple usb cord but did not come with the detachable plug. I happen to be a mac freak so I had a bunch of them around here. I suggest that you get one, if you don't have one. It is much easier to charge it at the wall than having to turn on the laptop to charge it. Like I said, I have been using it three times a day for the last week and it is still at over 90% charge so its very good on battery usage. Worked with my Ipad2 and my Iphone 4s. The free apps are nicely done and simple to use. Over all, love it and glad I got it. hope this helps you decide what you want to do.