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Home Blood Pressure Monitors

FreeshipFeatures of upper arm & wrist blood pressure monitors include automatic or manual inflation and digital displays. Bariatric & BP devices are also available. Read our Buyers Guide for help finding the right product.

Healthsmart Manual Home Blood Pressure Monitor With Standard Cuff And Stethoscope

This Manual Blood Pressure Monitor Is Similar To T...

$34.99

was $43.74

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Omron 10 Series Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor

The Omron 10 Series home blood pressure monitor wi...

$119.99

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Automatic Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor by Drive

Drive automatic wrist blood pressure monitor has a...

$24.99

was $27.77

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Healthsmart Standard Semi-Automatic Arm Digital Blood Pressure Monitor

Healthsmart Standard Semi-Automatic Arm, 60-Readin...

$47.99

was $59.99

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Mabis Single-Patient Use Blood Pressure Cuffs

Standard Luer And Universal Connectors Allow Mabis...

$67.99

was $84.99

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Mabis Legacy Aneroid Sphygmomanometer

Adult High-Quality, Reliable Performance Blood Pre...

$59.99

was $74.99

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Talking Digital Blood Pressure Monitor - Arm

Bilingual voice guide prompts use and announces re...

$99.99

was $133.32

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Omron 10 Series™ Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor with Bluetooth

Omron 10 Series™ Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monito...

$99.99

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Healthsmart Women's Automatic Arm Digital Blood Pressure Monitor

Healthsmart Women's automatic blood pressure moni...

$59.99

was $74.99

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Mabis Legacy Professional Clock Aneroid Sphygmomanometer Blood Pressure Gauge With Adult Cuff

This Professional Mabis Clock Aneroid Sphygmomanom...

$129.99

was $162.49

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Automatic Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor and Lumiscope

Home blood pressure monitor with automatic inflati...

$44.99

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Mabis Caliber Series Aneroid Sphygmomanometer

Caliber Series Large Includes: Deluxe Air Release ...

$47.99

was $59.99

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Healthsmart Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor

Sporty Style Appeals To Both Men And Women Compact...

$59.99

was $74.99

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Mabis Match Mates Dual Head Combination Kits

Mabis Dual Head Combination Kit Black comes with C...

$47.99

was $59.99

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All-In-One EMT Kit With Dual Head Stethoscope

Rugged Bright Orange Case With 5 Matching Calibrat...

$87.99

was $109.99

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Mabis Single-Patient Use Inflation Systems

For Use With All Manual Blood Pressure Monitoring ...

$84.99

was $106.24

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Omron 3 Series™ Wrist Blood Pressure Unit

Omron Healthcare Inc 3 Series™ Wrist Blood Press...

$69.99

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Healthsmart Standard Automatic Arm Digital Blood Pressure Monitor

Healthsmart Standard Automatic Arm, 60-Reading Mem...

$59.99

was $74.99

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Mabis Economy Aneroid Sphygmomanometer

Mabis Economy Aneroid Sphygmomanometer Includes: S...

$27.99

was $34.99

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Advanced Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor

Wrist worn digital blood pressure monitor with ext...

$49.99

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Healthsmart Automatic Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor With 60 Second Digital Readout

Wrist Monitor Is Conveniently Sized For Use At Hom...

$49.99

was $62.49

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Healthsmart Two-Party Home Blood Pressure Kit

Two-Party blood pressure kit allows for easy monit...

$36.99

was $46.24

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Panasonic EW3006S Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor

Panasonic EW3006S Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor has...

$59.99

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Choosing The Best Blood Pressure Monitors

While you can still buy a very cost-conscious, traditional blood pressure device with a manometer and stethoscope, today’s automatic home blood pressure monitors make using, reading and recording your blood pressure rates almost effortless. With the monitor cuff in place, inflation and deflation takes place at the press of a button, then the reading is displayed on an easy-to-read screen. Additional features makes it easier still.

Top Home Blood Pressure Monitor Features

  • A voice assist monitor like the Talking Blood Pressure Monitor from Homedics is great if you have vision problems or just prefer to hear the results. It offers easy-to-follow instructional prompts to minimize user-error, announces your measurements and gives you a voice analysis of the results.
  • Smart heart technology features include an irregular heartbeat detector and/or risk category indicator. The blood pressure monitor will alert you if it detects an irregular heartbeat or any condition that merits a phone call to your doctor.
  • A memory function will store results; some monitors can store results from two separate users and may also offer averages. These recordings can be very helpful to your doctor who can review them at your scheduled appointments.

Getting The Right Fit

In The Know: Blood Pressure Numbers
The systolic pressure is the top number and gives a reading of the pressure as your heart contracts to pump blood to your body.
The diastolic pressure is the bottom number and gives a reading of the pressure between heartbeats.
Before purchasing a home blood pressure monitor, it’s important to determine the right cuff size to ensure an accurate reading. Upper arm cuffs typically accommodate arms that are 9” to 17” in circumference; use a tapemeasure around your upper arm to get your measurement. Many blood pressure home monitors come with two cuffs, both standard and large adult cuffs, to enable you to get the most accurate fit.

There are blood pressure monitors available in extra large sizes, such as the Bariatric Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor with a high performance motor and the AccuFit™ extra large cuff, contoured to fit arm sizes 16.5-23.6”.

Blood pressure monitors with wrist cuffs are another option if you have a larger than average sized arm. The Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor may be more comfortable to use. Keep in mind that wrist cuff monitors still require proper arm positioning at the heart level.

It’s essential that the cuff is the appropriate size and is properly applied. If the cuff doesn’t fit you correctly or isn’t in the right position, you won’t get an accurate reading. The best approach is to take your monitor with you to your doctor’s office and have a nurse check that you’re doing everything correctly.