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Mobile Rapid

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A blood pressure diary
on your smartphone


The first "all in one" arm monitor from Pic which can be synchronized with your smartphone. This innovation lets you monitor your blood pressure and keep track of any changes on your phone.

It has been created with Rapid-Tech technology for a quick and comfortable monitoring experience.

The characteristic compact shape and curved lines enhance the appeal of this automatic digital device, created in line with the DLS (Design Language Solution) approach. 


First of all, it makes monitoring comfortable as the Rapid-Tech technology allows readings to be taken even as the cuff inflates.

The large back-illuminated display makes reading clear and quick - even in the dark. It detects heartbeat irregularities and any arm movements during the monitoring process. The graphic indicator tells you your blood pressure, while Mobile Rapid carries out triple measurement for accuracy and saves 200 results in 2 groups, allowing 2 people to use it or for readings to be taken morning and night.

And thanks to the Pic Health Station app, a simple reading is transformed into a complete, permanent record of your blood pressure, with data and graphics that are easy to read, manage and share with your doctor by email.


Mobile Rapid is the only Pic blood pressure monitor that can be synchronized with smartphones with the Pic Health Station app downloaded.

Pic Health Station lets you record your blood pressure readings, view data whenever you need to and also calculate the average weekly or monthly reading. And most importantly, it creates an invaluable diary for you: clear, simple and always up to date, it's always close to hand to share with your trusted health professional, whenever you need it and wherever you are. 

It's also compact, with an integrated cuff that stops the connector tube between the cuff and monitor from becoming tangled. 


Mobile Rapid comes in a small pouch so that it can be easily carried anywhere. Inside, you'll find a power pack to charge it quickly and simply.

Mobile Rapid is guaranteed for 5 years. 

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DLS stands for Design Language Solutions, the philosophy followed in the development of Pic products, responding to specific people’s needs and inspired by natural forms. Families told us they wanted simplicity, and we took up the challenge with our usual enthusiasm and passion. We've made many improvements to our products, and you can see and feel them for yourself. They include rounded forms, the predominant use of white, handles redesigned for intuitive comfort, clearly visible displays, smaller buttons for speed and ease of use, and clear, reassuring outlines.

App interface may change with version updates. Smartphone not included.

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