Best Blood Pressure Monitor 2016
Top 7 Blood Pressure Monitors You Can Buy
Top 7 Blood Pressure Monitors You Can Buy
|Best Rated||Best Seller||Best Deal|
|Modell||Omron M10-IT||Omron Healthcare M6||Braun ExactFit 3 BP6100||TempIR Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor||Omron M2||Toprime Blood Pressure Monitor||Lychee Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor|
|Measuring Position||Upper Arm||Upper Arm||Upper Arm||Wrist||Upper Arm||Wrist||Wrist|
|Cuff Size||22 - 42 cm||22 - 42 cm||22 - 42 cm||13.5 - 19.5 cm||22 - 32 cm||13.5 - 19.5 cm||13.5 - 19.5 cm|
|Memory||2 Users / 84 Readings per User||2 Users / 100 Readings per User||2 Users / 50 Readings per User||1 User / 90 Readings per User||1 User / Previous Reading only||2 Users / 99 Readings per User||2 Users / 90 Readings per User|
|Weight||1.42 kg||1 kg||1.1 kg||0.24 kg||0.51 kg||0.24 kg||0.10 kg|
Keeping an eye on your health with our best blood pressure monitor reviews 2016.
High blood pressure is a highly underrated yet very prominent illness in our modern days. Because we have become so busy with work and keeping up with the demands of modern society we rarely have time to see a doctor to preclude minor disorders. This has lead to a rise in high blood pressure related symptoms and home health care becoming quite popular during the last decade.
So if you want a regular overview of your health, especially your blood flow, you can purchase a home blood pressure monitor to ensure a long-term observation and early warning for any irregular functions.
But as many cheap blood pressure monitors often lack accuracy it can become very unnerving to pick a device that will reliably check for symptoms of high blood pressure.
Though in our best blood pressure reviews 2016 we have tested a selection of devices for their accuracy, functions and of course value for money to conclude which model is the UK’s best blood pressure monitor.
In the following buying guide you’ll learn all you need to know about so called “sphygmomanometers” and how we tested them in our best blood pressure monitor reviews 2016.
Here you’ll find out about the different types of blood pressure monitors. One generally differentiates two ways of blood pressure checkers; wrist blood pressure monitors and the classical upper arm blood pressure monitor.
|Type of Blood Pressure Monitor||Description|
|Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor||The classical way of measuring blood pressure is just above the elbow. A blood pressure cuff is wrapped around the upper arm (some come with large cuffs for larger arms) at just about the height of the heart in order to measure blood pressure on it’s way there. This method usually requires some sort of assistance and is often used for elderly people as a home blood pressure monitor.|
|Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor||Devices for the wrist are usually automatic blood pressure monitors measuring directly over the artery. This is an ideal way to measure blood pressure independently as the user can easily put on the device himself and control it.|
The different types of blood pressure monitors or “sphygmomanometers” have their own up- and downsides that we have collected below from our best blood pressure reviews 2016.
|Pro’s of Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitors||Con’s of Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitors|
|Pro’s of Wrist Blood Pressure Monitors||Con’s of Wrist Blood Pressure Monitors|
On our way to finding the UK’s best blood pressure monitor we have formed some questions to further help you find the model most suitable for you. We’ll let you know where to find the best prices, offers, discounts and cheap blood pressure monitors and which ones to avoid.
Which blood pressure monitor should I pick if I’m buying one for the first time?
If you have never had experience with any private blood pressure machine or blood pressure monitor the trick is to keep it simple. Omron blood pressure monitors such as the Omron M2 or a Braun blood pressure monitor will make for a good choice. Our blood pressure monitor reviews focused on how easy devices are accessible for beginners. Some of the best blood pressure monitors or sphygmomanometers had big, visible displays and easy explainable buttons and indicators. Digital blood pressure monitors along with automatic blood pressure monitors are a great choice for beginners. Also there are now monitor apps for smartphones or blood pressure monitor watches to control and observe your functions easily.
Where can I buy a cheap blood pressure monitor?
If you’re looking for a cheap blood pressure monitor, affordable but still good quality, there are a couple of places to look. Start with the regular sales in your local pharmacy like boots or superstores like Asda, Argos, Sainsbury’s and Tesco. Next up try online shops like Amazon for more regular offers and deals. To help you look just check out our ‘price tip’ from the blood pressure monitor reviews above. After reviewing some of the UK’s best blood pressure monitors we have chosen this one to be the best value for money model, combining good quality with affordable prices.
Which is the best blood pressure monitor?
Our best blood pressure monitor reviews 2016 included a variety of sphygmomanometers, with the main focus on finding the best blood pressure monitors on the market. At the top of the page you’ll see the top five and the ‘top rated’. We believe, that under the aspects we reviewed, this is the best blood pressure monitor currently available. If you’re willing to pay a little more for top quality we recommend to do so to ensure you have a device that lasts long and has all the desired features as well as accessories like a large cuff. Digital blood pressure monitors and automatic blood pressure monitors are helpful for people with a handicap.
Wrist or Upper arm, which blood pressure monitor is better?
Some people who buy blood pressure monitors struggle with cuff sizes for the upper arm. As this might be the case for you, consider buying an additional large cuff or generally, a device that comes with a large blood pressure cuff. As an alternative wrist devices are very adaptable or consider buying a blood pressure watch with a monitor app for smartphone or smartwatch.
In our best blood pressure monitor reviews 2016 we came across a wide range of brands such as Omron blood pressure monitors or Sanitas blood pressure monitors. Whilst some brands are generally known for producing good quality electronics such as Braun (A Braun blood pressure monitor was amongst the top 5.), others are less known like Withings blood pressure monitors. Tough all specialize on checking for symptoms of high blood pressure, there are some brands that we prefer. You’ll see the best blood pressure monitor brands recommended by us below.
… as some brands to buy the best blood pressure monitors from.
Last but not least our best blood pressure monitors review collected some useful hints and tips for using a blood pressure monitor correctly as you’ll inevitably come across some of these topics when using a sphygmomanometer.
What do Sys, Dia and HR mean?
These Indicators stand for Systol, Diastol and Heartrate. A systolic value describes the pressure of blood flow from the heart whilst diastolic values describe the pressure of blood filling the heart. The ‘heart rate’ simply shows your pulse and is a useful addition if you don’t have an extra heart rate monitor.
What are the blood pressure readings showing me?
Some of the best blood pressure monitors also have an indicator that warns you if you have symptoms of low- or high blood pressure following a measuring standard developed by the World Health Organisation. Normal blood pressure ranges from 120 – 129 for systolic, 85 – 89 for diastolic blood pressure readings.