Personal EKG Monitor

(10 customer reviews)

$129.00

Brand: AliveCor
Compatible Devices: Smartphones
Screen Size: 6
Item Dimensions LxWxH: 3.54 x 1.18 x 0.28 inches
Item Weight: 24 Grams
  • ACCURATE AND DETAILED EKG RESULTS. KardiaMobile 6L records a medical-grade, six-lead EKG and provides FDA-cleared determinations of your heart rhythm in just 30 seconds.
  • SIX LEADS, UP TO SIX DETECTIONS. Six-lead EKGs give you a more detailed view of your heart and more data to share with your doctor. With KardiaMobile 6L, you’ll have the ability to detect up to six of the most common arrhythmias, including AFib, right on your smartphone. KardiaMobile 6L does not check for heart attack.
  • TRUSTED BY PROFESSIONALS: Recommended by doctors, KardiaMobile 6L is the world’s only FDA-cleared six-lead personal EKG
  • COMPATIBLE WITH SMARTPHONES. Works with most smartphones and tablets. KardiaMobile 6L is compatible with most popular phones and tablets. To use your Kardia device, you must download the Kardia app on a compatible device.
  • NO SUBSCRIPTION REQUIRED. Takes a six-lead EKG and detects Atrial Fibrillation, Bradycardia, Tachycardia, and Normal Sinus Rhythm without a KardiaCare subscription.

KardiaMobile 6-Lead Personal EKG Monitor – Six Views of The Heart – Detects AFib and Irregular Arrhythmias – Instant

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KardiaMobile 6L, six-lead ekg, heart monitor

KardiaMobile 6L Six-Lead EKG

THE POWER OF 6 IN YOUR POCKET

KardiaMobile 6L is the world’s only six-lead personal EKG, allowing you to record more heart data and get a sophisticated, detailed view of your heart from home. KardiaMobile 6L records leads I, II, III, aVL, aVR, and aVF.

ACCURATE 6-LEAD EKG RESULTS

KardiaMobile 6L uses clinically validated EKG technology and our sophisticated algorithm to give you an accurate analysis of your heart rhythm with every recording in just 30 seconds.

Our most advanced six-lead personal EKG

  • 6-lead EKG
  • Leads I, II, III, aVL, aVR, and aVF
  • Bluetooth enabled
  • 3 sensors
  • Compatible with most smartphones

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KardiaCare, a membership like no other.

Join KardiaCare, our one-of-a-kind heart health membership, to get even more out of your KardiaMobile 6L. Members can detect 3 additional types of arrhythmias, send their EKGs for review by a cardiologist, generate on-demand heart health reports, and more.

World’s only six-lead personal EKG.

KardiaMobile 6L has three electrodes—two on the top and one on the bottom—which record leads I, II, III, aVL, aVR, and aVF. Record a six-lead EKG by resting the bottom electrode on the bare skin of your left leg (knee or inside of the ankle), and placing fingers from your left and right hand on the top two electrodes.

Six is better than one.

A 6-Lead EKG gives you more data and deeper insights on your heart rhythm compared to a single-lead EKG.

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Please note: KardiaMobile 6L does not check for heart attack. If you receive a result that is not consistent with your expectations, consult a medical professional. KardiaMobile 6L is not recommended for use with pacemakers and ICDs.

Compatibility

KardiaMobile 6L is compatible with most popular phones and tablets. To use your Kardia device, you must download the Kardia app on a compatible device running at least Apple iOS 10.3.3, or at least Android OS 6.0. KardiaMobile 6L requires Kardia app version 5.22 or higher. For a full list of compatible devices please visit the AliveCor website.

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Dimensions 3.7 × 1.21 in
Package Weight

‎0.1 Kilograms

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎3.54 x 1.18 x 0.28 inches

Item Weight

‎24 Grams

Brand Name

‎AliveCor

Number of Items

1

Part Number

‎KM-6L-E

Model Year

‎2021

ASIN

B07RQW6SD5

Date First Available

July 12, 2019

Manufacturer

‎AliveCor

10 reviews for Personal EKG Monitor

  1. Amazon Customer


    Oh. My. God. This was a life-saver for me. Not literally (thankfully) but I was able to capture real time tracings during my palpitations to show my doctor. Of course when I finally got to appointment day, I didn’t have any palpitations and my ekg was normal. Luckily I had gotten this a week or so before hand and was able to record lots of tracings for him and he could actually take me seriously. I hate being told “oh it’s just anxiety.” Now I have proof. If you’re questioning getting it, just go ahead and get it – I love it. Super small and portable as well. It’s about the width of 2/2.5 fingers and about the length of a finger too. Easy to stick in your pocket or purse

  2. Jana

    Hilfreich bei nicht so häufigen Herzproblemen
    Habe das Gerät vor etwa einem Jahr gekauft bei häufiger spontanen Herzrhythmusstörungen, die sich nunmal leider schlecht terminieren lassen.Dieses Gerät bildet mehrere Ableitungen ab. Man misst auf dem linken Knie/Oberschenkel oder Knöchel und mit den Fingern beidseits und am Handy mit der dazugehörigen App. Nur das Gerät als Speichermedium funktioniert, man benötigt die App.Es ist klein und somit handlich für unterwegs.Tatsächlich hat dieses Gerät mit spontanen aber wiederkehrenden Probleme aufgezeichnet und diese konnten behandelt werden.Die App erstellt aus der Messung eine PDF, die ich per Mail, WhatsApp etc weiterleiten kann.Diese Aufzeichnungen haben mir dadurch schnelle Termine ermöglicht, sodass inzwischen die Herzbeschwerden behandelt werden konnten und ich es absolut nicht mehr täglich nutze. Für vereinzelte Probleme hab ich dann ja was zum Aufzeichnen greifbar.Es ist auch ein Upgrade möglich, welches Arztkontakt und Benennung weitererRhythmusstörungen ermöglicht.Pro:+ klein, leicht, handlich+ Brauchbare Aufzeichnungen möglich, die durchaus auswertbar sind durch mehrere Ableitungen+ Batterie hält ewig (Knopfbatterie)+ Durch Notizen, wie Tags und Markierungen zu ergänzen.+ Unterscheidet in den Aufzeichnungen das gespeicherte Profil oder sortiert es Fremdmessungen zu+ Läuft auf mehreren Geräten (zb Smartphone und Tablet, speichert aber nur beim letzten Gerät die Messung ab)Eintragungen auch für Blutdruck und Blutzucker möglich, Abruf über ein Archiv++ Besichtigung durch Arzt möglich in der Upgrade VarianteKontra- Upgrade nur mit Kreditkarte zu zahlenZur Info zum Foto: mein Gerät ist Namen beschriftet, den ich hier nur geschwärzt habe.Bereue den Kauf keinesfalls.

  3. Tony

    Just get it ,worth the piece of mind ,if nothing else
    My doctor looked at me suspicious , he must have thought i was an hypochondriac , wich I am not , he explained what the Sinus rhythm was all about , I am 73 and far to low BP I was told to by 2 practitioners to see my doctor as may have AFIB, my Omro on had thrown this up on occasion, so I purchased the Kardia 6L, It was great and did show my AFIB plus other charts, I eventuality knew what AFIB was all about and felt happy I did not have the problem. So for such a small price It was a great piece of mind, I got the 6L just for that then let my practitioner decide, What’s the cost of your health , not the price of this Item for sure.

  4. Amazon Kunde

    günstigstes transportables EKG-Gerät, sehr gute 6 Extremitätenableitungen, unbedingt empfehlenswert!
    Ich bin Arzt mit cardiologischer Ausbildung und kenne mich mit EKG’s und Rhythmusdiagnostik recht gut aus.Da ich allerdings kein EKG-Gerät daheim hatte, konnte ich bei Problemen nicht mal eben ein orientierendes EKG machen, jetzt geht das.Das Herunterladen der App ist simpel, man wird durch die Einrichtung geführt.Dass man der Übermittlung der Daten in die USA zustimmen muss ist blöd, aber ohne geht es nicht. Vielleicht macht da einer eine Forschungsarbeit.Bei der Einrichtung der App soll man einen kostenpflichtigen Dienst abonnieren, damit das 6-Kanal EKG an einen Arzt geschickt werden kann bzw. vom Hersteller analysiert wird. Ohne kostenpflichtigen Dienst kann man nur ein 1-Kanal-EKG an einen Arzt schicken, aber natürlich trotzdem ein 6-Kanal-EKG aufzeichnen, abspeichern und per Mail als pdf verschicken. Wenn man das angefertigte EKG per Passwort schützt, ist es wohl nicht in ein versendbares Format (z.B. pdf) umwandelbar! Aber ohne Passwortschutz konnte ich es problemlos speichern und verschicken.Achtung bei der Einrichtung: Das Gerät wird von der App nur erkannt, wenn man die Ortungsdienste aktiviert hat, obwohl die Verbindung selbst per bluetooth geht.Wenn es eingerichtet ist, muss man nur die Finger auf die Metallpads legen und man erhält man ein 1-Kanal-EKG, mit Kniekontakt der rückwärtigen Elektrode ein 6-Kanal-EKG.Die Aufzeichnung beginnt, sobald eine entsprechende Herzstromkurve erkannt wird, es werden 30 Sekunden in sehr guter Qualität aufgezeichnet.Das Gerät selbst ist sehr leicht und kompakt, kann überall mitgenommen und angewendet werden, die Aufzeichnung kann direkt auf dem Handy angeschaut werden oder (ohne Passwortschutz!) abgespeichert oder als pdf per Mail versendet werden.Das ist das günstigste transportable EKG Gerät das ich kenne, ich bin begeistert und würde es sofort wieder kaufen.

  5. JC1


    The box includes the devise and quick directions on how to set it up and use it – download their app, register on their site, set the devise on the inside of your left ankle with the arrow pointed toward you and put your thumbs on either side of the arrow, start the app and wait for the 30 second countdown to end. It shows 6 squiggly lines and in my test run it indicated full battery charge, my pulse rate and thankfully “Normal Sinus Rhythm”. It only took a few minutes to get my first EKG done, so it is very easy and fast to set up and use.I wondered about the battery, since it didn’t come with a charger, and there is no mention of it in the quick start guide. Do you have to buy a new device when it runs out? So I downloaded an 18 page manual from the manufacturers web site. As I was reading through the long list of warnings, I noticed that you should NOT use it if you have a pacemaker or many other internally implanted devices. It doesn’t say why – does the feedback ruin the KardiaMobile devise, or does it short out the pacemaker and kill the user? I would think this warning should be in their advertisements, on the box and prominently on the quick start booklet that comes with the device, not hidden in the directions that I’m guessing most people don’t even look for or read.The manual indicated the battery should be replaced at a watch or hearing aid repair shop and the KardiaMobile service (not battery) life is about 2 years.The manual is pretty good but it doesn’t give you any instructions on how to interpret the readout yourself. When I open the App two annoying and time consuming add screens pop up trying to get me to buy their monthly bonus plan for just under $10/m. I haven’t tried to send a reading to my own cardiologist so I’m not sure how that will work out.From what I can tell, it really is needed to check for one thing only – “possible” Atrial Fibrillation. The other two “conditions” it checks for you could diagnose by checking your pulse. The manual indicates it will tell you have “bradycardia” if your heart rate is less than 50 bpm, and tachycardia if your heart rate is higher than 100 bpm, which may or may not even be an issue. It doesn’t appear that the shape of any of the 6 curves is used in detecting the last two conditions, at least not that I can tell reading the manual.Due to their lack of warning, I used this device before I found out you shouldn’t use it if you have a pacemaker. Luckily, I don’t have a pacemaker, so I am alive to write this review and warn folks who do.So, bottom line, if you don’t have a pacemaker like device in you and you are interested in knowing if you have Afib, this device may be of some use. I found it easy and fast to set up and use.

  6. Robin D


    This product works as described. In my case, it initially mischaracterized my heart rhythm as possible atrial fibrillation, which began an adventure in chasing down this possible arrhythmia diagnosis to the point of an expensive cardiac work-up. Perhaps that is just the device working as intended, though. If it had correctly warned me of an actual health risk my review would be more positive. I believe this technology could save lives in some cases, so I am overall a fan of the concept. If the false positive rate could be improved on it could be better. Perhaps future software updates will refine this. If it, overall, burdens our already crowded primary care system with unnecessary work-ups for atrial fibrillation, I’m not as positively disposed toward it. The jury is still out for that. It is for that reason I didn’t give it a top rating. My feelings may change, only time will tell.

  7. CP Sennett

    Sadly it doesn’t cover Ventricular Tachycardia, just normal tachycardia which is over 100 bmp.
    I have NSVT so I got this to show and see how things would look. On the whole it shows if you have Tachycardia which is just over 100 bpm. Not Ventricular Tachycardia so that was a bit of a shame.It’s a good tool though and can give you some peace of mind. Sometimes you get a bit of a rogue reading if you move whilst using it but on the whole it’s good peace of mind, just a shame it’s not ideal for my condition. It got 4* as it’s not right for what I needed but I’ll keep it, peace of mind and all.

  8. A. Bedford


    This product takes an EKG reading, reports on A-Fib and other heart rhythm abnormalities. It also provides an EKG trace that can be printed or forwarded to your own cardiologist for interpretation. After working faithfully for just over a year, it started experiencing too much interference to provide reliable information. The technical support representative was very helpful in trying to solve the problem. When this was not successful, the company replaced the product with a new one although it was a couple of weeks after the warranty expiration. This has been an outstanding product that is easy to use and extremely helpful for anyone wanting to monitor heart issues.

  9. Gene F


    My cardiac electrophysiologist, who I have had for 27 years recommended it when I asked. I am now on icd number 6. There is no risk, none, to your device either pacemaker or icd.You are told not to use it because it doesn’t know how to interpret the pulses from you device. Think about it, doctors do a 12 lead and it does nothing to the icd. The risk is patients misinterpreting when it gives either a constant unclassified or possible Atrial fib reading, which are false, then thinking the sky is falling.That being said, its main purpose is to diagnose AFib. I have both AFib on occasion, but also more deadly ventricular tachycardia which can be deadly. Thus, my icd.In January of this year, I had my sixth defibrillator. This does, besides defibrilation what is called bi ventricular resynchronizing.I never get a normal sinus rhythm. Always unclassified. My doctor said not to be concerned unless I feel AFib. Just saw him last week, and he looked at my stored results. Said keep using it daily.That being said, I find the 6L is much more finacky than the single lead. Going back to using it, as for me the 6L is just too touchy.

  10. Sea Queen


    I got the deluxe version with the 6 lead EKG but the regular version works well too. I got this because I had an irregular heart rhythm that we couldn’t catch on EKG. I was able to catch it with Kardia and email a PDF copy to my doctor who was able to start appropriate treatment for me. And you can use it with other people too if you need to. There is an option to have a heart doctor review the results for you if you don’t have a doctor to do it for you, although there is an added fee for that. But I absolutely recommend this to anyone who has any kind of irregular heart beat, whether it’s been diagnosed or not. Great for monitoring as well.

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