How to Use Fit Cuffs


“Please remember to deflate the Leg Cuffs Completely while still attached!”



We suggest that you talk to your doctor before you start using Fit Cuffs if any of the following apply: 

  • You have heart diseases.
  • You have type 1 or type 2 diabetes.
  • You have kidney disease.
  • You’re being treated for cancer, or you’ve recently completed cancer treatment.
  • Untreated high blood pressures.

Always start by using the app or Web App to find your indicative pressure. You are recommended to update the pressure (mmHg) as often as possible. When you measure the circumference of your upper arm or upper thigh, remember to measure directly on the skin, in relaxed condition before exercising.

General instructions for attachement

All cuffs must be completely emptied of air (deflated). NOTE – It is important to deflate the cuffs after each session for best fitting during the next use. Before inflating the cuffs they should fit tight but not more than one finger can enter between the skin and the cuff. Make sure the valve is facing downwards.


In this video you can see the correct attachment and inflation of the Arm Cuff


In this video you can see the correct attachment and inflation of the Leg Cuff


OBS – Before you detach the Leg Cuff remember to completely deflate the cuff by contracting the muscles while you gently pull and tab on the black plastic connector.


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