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Best Blood Pressure Monitors of 2020

Now you can check your blood pressure on your own. It’s always worth a regular visit to the doctor for a checkup, but blood pressure monitors are a great way to keep yourself informed about your condition. They are available in several models and their price varies considerably. The most important things you need to look for are precision, comfort, and ease of use. It is with this in mind that we have selected the best blood pressure monitors on the market. 

Omron 10 Series Wireless Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor
$65.32 $99.8
This blood pressure monitor features smart connectivity. Download the Omron app and you will be able to store an unlimited number of readings. You can connect her to Alexa to encourage yourself to do regular reading.

Even if you don’t connect it to your smartphone or Alexa, it has a memory that can hold 120 readings. You can also separate readings for two different users and store 60 readings each. Omron’s 10-series display is one of the best around. It is backlit and has extra-large digits to make it easier to read for people with vision problems.
A&D Medical Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor for Up to 4 Users
$69.99 $51.87
If you are looking for something a little cheaper and simpler, the A&D Multi-User Medical Blood Pressure Monitor is a great option. It doesn’t have the same features and connectivity as Omron blood pressure monitors, but it does all the simple things well. It is an upper arm blood pressure monitor with an easy to read display and a few simple buttons.

One of the main features of this monitor is that it has been clinically validated for its accuracy. It’s something you don’t see on some cheaper blood pressure monitors, so it’s great to see it on this one. The other feature we like is the size of the memory. You can have up to 4 users who can store 60 measurements each. Each measurement has a date and time and is equipped with measurement averaging technology. This makes it one of the best options for family use. It also comes with a corresponding app, but you have to enter all your measurements manually.
iProven Blood Pressure Monitor
$19.99 $19.99
The iProven blood pressure monitor is the cheapest to date. We were surprised by its price, as it is very popular with people who bought it.

It comes with an extra-large blood pressure cuff that fits wrists 9 “to 17” in circumference. It doesn’t have memory in the device itself, but it does come with a free app that lets you track your blood pressure readings. It also tells you if the changes in your lifestyle are working. Additionally, it can detect irregular heartbeats and start measuring your blood pressure while the device is still inflating. This means that you don’t need to keep it around your arm for that long which makes it more comfortable to use.
Omron Series 5 Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor
$59.99 $59.99
Here is another blood pressure monitor from Omron. We’ve looked at Series 10 before, but decided to include this one because it’s great value for money. All Omron blood pressure monitors are of high quality, but the more expensive models simply have more functions. Omron’s 5-series has a bit smaller memory – it can hold 100 readings – and it doesn’t have the same smart connectivity as the higher models. But other than that, it’s pretty much the same.

Like the other models, it is equipped with an irregular heartbeat detector and takes the average of your measurements over time. It can also be split for two users, to help you keep your readings separate. Omron is the # 1 recommended brand for home blood pressure monitors, but we still recommend that you compare your measurements with those of a professional blood pressure monitor.
A&D Medical Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor with Medium Cuf
$37.2 $37.2
It is equipped with a heartbeat detector, which allows you to track your beats and compare them to previous measurements. In addition, it is equipped with a hypertension indicator.

It doesn’t have memory to store your past readings, like more expensive blood pressure monitors. But it can save your last reading, so if you forget to save it, you have another chance. Plus, the comfortable cuff fits wrists measuring 5.3-7.6 inches in circumference. It’s definitely not the best blood pressure monitoring system on this list, but if you’re looking for a cheap digital option with a high-quality display, it’s not bad.