Monitoring Your Blood Pressure At Home

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Recently, I’ve had some friends and family members who have had some issues with their blood pressure.  It’s hard to keep track of your blood pressure if you don’t have a monitor.  When you purchase a Santamedical wrist digital blood pressure monitor with large display and case, you have an affordable and accurate blood pressure monitor.

Santamedical makes their product easy to use.  Simply place the monitor on your wrist snugly and turn it on.   The monitor does the rest.  Within a half a minute, you’re got your blood pressure and pulse rate displayed for you to on the easy-to-read large LCD display.

This blood pressure monitor allows you to set the date and time and keeps track of 60 readings with the date and time.  It’s small enough to carry in your purse or bag.  It’s conveniently carried to your doctor’s appointments to show your physician your blood pressure readings.

The easy-to-read large LCD display means that you’re not trying to reach for your reading glasses before you check your blood pressure.  Great for people with low or impaired vision.  Perfect for the elderly.  The monitor beeps when it’s done with the reading.  It has an auto-off feature.  

Warrantied for one year, this blood pressure monitor works with 2 AAA batteries.  This blood pressure monitor is inexpensive enough for anyone to own or to give as a gift to someone you love.  I highly recommend it.


I received this product for free in exchange for an honest review.  This post contains affiliate links.

About Sandy Sandmeyer

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5 thoughts on “Monitoring Your Blood Pressure At Home

  1. The readings on the display are large enough for hubby to see without his glasses, so this is perfect for him! It would also be great for me as I monitor my blood pressure sometimes 2-3 times a day. Perfect size and easy for older people to use.

  2. I monitor my blood pressure 4 times a day, sometimes more. I am pregnant with a history of High Blood Pressure. I just want to make sure I am staying in the normal range. I guess, I am a little neurotic. I just use a standard cuff but this is also a great alternative.

    Thanks so much for sharing.

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