*Please note: The 4 year extended warranty is NOT applicable to the following products:
Heartsure BP100 Blood Pressure Monitor
Priceline BP300 Blood Pressure Monitor
Omron MC246 Digital Thermometer
Omron MC341 Digital Thermometer
Omron MC343 Digital Thermometer
These products still include a 2 year warranty and can be registered online using the form above, but they are NOT eligible for the extended warranty.
All information you provide to us will be kept confidential.
We are the sole authorised Distributor of Omron Products in Australia. Our Warranty only applies to products purchased in Australia from authorised resellers of the Product. The Warranty does not apply to any product imported directly into Australia by someone other than us. This includes any products ordered online from overseas or from within Australia other than from us.
If you are in doubt as to whether our Warranty will apply to the Product purchased by you, we invite you to contact us.
Therapeutic Goods that are sold to the general public in Australia must be registered, listed or included on the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods (ARTG). This is the case for all medical devices purchased from this website, Australian pharmacies, health stores or supermarkets.
Therapeutic Goods are those products used in humans that can prevent, alleviate, diagnose or cure medical ailments, injuries, defects or diseases. They may also claim to maintain the health of consumers.
It is thus an illegal offence to sell products like blood pressure monitors over the internet if they are not entered into the ARTG under the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989.
Entry of Therapeutic Goods in the ARTG means that they have been through rigorous testing to prove that they meet their clinical efficacy and safety requirements. They are also made under a strenuous quality management system.
If products are purchased that are not entered in the ARTG, then they may be unsafe, may not work or may be unreliable or even dangerous. If an individual suffers adverse consequences from using such medical devices, information about the goods and redress may be difficult to obtain.
Promotion of the availability of Therapeutic Goods not in the ARTG is illegal under the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989”