5 Best Blood Pressure Monitors For Seniors

When it comes to blood pressure monitors for seniors, you want to ensure the cuff works properly, the monitor has large numbers for visibility and it is easy to use.

We were helping our Grandmother the other day and realized the blood pressure monitor we had at the house was out of date. After shopping around, we found one that was easy to use and accurate, which gave us a piece of mind.

Continue reading to find the right one that works for you.

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Top Blood Pressure Monitors 

Testing your heart rate and blood pressure is no joking matter. High blood pressure or hypertension may increase the risk of heart disease and stroke. Therefore, make sure you have the tools to monitor.

We do not offer medical advice on our post. Yet we offer you the option to look through recommended products to save you time since we have done the research. 

We looked at numerous blood pressure monitors and listed our top picks below.  Monitoring your health is important.

Find the right one that will work with you. Look at features such as cuff size, monitor screen size, and ease of use when deciding. 

1. OMRON Platinum Blood Pressure Monitor

The OMRON Platinum blood pressure monitor sets itself apart from the competition. It is best known for digital bluetooth capabilities and storing over 200 readings.

The monitor works with the OMRON Connect free app. And is compatible with Amazon Alexa-enabled devices. The app stores results and is a great way to see past results.

We also love the OMRON for the high morning average indicator alert. This alerts the user if systolic or diastolic measurements are out of normal range in the morning.  Mornings are when there may be a higher risk stroke or heart attack. This feature is available on the Platinum or Gold series monitors.


  • Tracks 2 users
  • Stores up to 100 readings per user
  • Backlit dual-display LCD monitor with large font
  • Battery or AC adapter
  • High morning average indicator
  • Meets clinica Validated Device Listing standards
  • Bluetooth enabled with tracking app

Best For: Those that want to track results

2. Greater Goods Blood Pressure Monitor Cuff Kit by Balance

We chose the Great Goods monitor for its ability to track two users. Additionally, we also found the screen was excellent for those with vision issues. The large white numbers against the black background really pop.

This bluetooth enabled monitor also comes with its own app. This is a great feature to help track users. Plus if family members are helping, they too can have access to the app for tracking purposes.

The monitor tracks your systolic and diastolic blood pressure, as well as  pulse. It is an easy, quiet unit with a plush comfortable cuff that fits most arms.  Included is a travel kit for those that take their monitor on the go.


  • Adjustable large upper arm cuff fits 22-42 cm (8.67 – 16.5 inch)
  • Charge or use four AA battery option
  • Bluetooth enabled with tracking app
  • Plush comfortable cuff
  • Travel case
  • Irregular heartbeat sensor
  • App shows graphs, charts and trends over time

Best For: Persons with larger arms

3. Large Cuff Easy@Home Digital Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor

The Easy@Home digital blood pressure monitor is well known for having a larger cuff. It has a 3-color hypertension backlit display to help you monitor for a potential risk. Plus the pulse meter is FDA cleared for over the counter use. 

Color coding is an excellent feature on this monitor. Normal systolic and diastolic readings are in green. Orange is prehypertension and red is hypertension warnings. It also comes with an irregular heartbeat indicator alert.

The monitor was designed for up to 2 users to store 60 readings each or 1 person up to 120 readings. A large upper arm cuff can fit an upper arm circumference up to 16.5 inches. 

A carry case comes with the unit as well as 4 AA batteries making this unit portable.


  • Adjustable large upper arm cuff fits 22-42 cm (8.67 – 16.5 inch)
  • Portable and compact
  • Tracks 2 users
  • 3 color hypertension indicator
  • Irregular heartbeat indicator
  • Unique desktop design compact and portable

Best For: Persons with larger arms

4. Paramed Blood Pressure Monitor Upper Arm Cuff

The Paramed monitor is known for its extra large LCD monitor and oversized buttons. Easy to use start and stop buttons are perfect for those looking for simplicity.

A universal cuff fits size 8.7 inches to 15.7 inches. This self-checking cuff indicates if the cuff is on correctly. If not covered correctly, the monitor will show a cuff wrong symbol. It can store up to 120 memory sets.

The monitor comes with a large font as well as special symbols for possible concern. For example, the three heart symbols on the monitor mean a possible heart arrhythmia. 


  • Large font LCD display
  • Battery powered
  • Tracks up to 2 users
  • Cuff fits 8.7 inches – 15.7 inches (22-40 cm)
  • Three heart symbols on the screen indicates device  found an arrhythmia
  • Uses USB plug or batteries

Best For: Those nervous about tracking blood pressure and appreciate the background soothing music.

5. PARAMED Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor

Using a wrist cuff is similar to using an arm cuff. We love the PARAMED monitor since it is easy to use and fits most wrists. 

We love this wrist monitor for the large display with LCD font. It also detects irregular heartbeat and can track up to 90 reads. Results are ready within 30 seconds which is great for nervous patients. 

This unit is easy to take with you and comes with a carrying case. 2 AAA batteries are included. An automatic shut off will occur after 1 minute of no use, hence saving battery life. 


  • 5.3in-7.7 inch wrist cuff
  • Simple screen with large LCD font
  • Irregular heartbeat detection
  • Tracks up to 2 users
  • 1 minute shut off if no use

Best For: Great for those on the go and need large font


The perfect blood pressure monitor comes down to your preference and need. Do you need larger numbers, a larger cuff or high quality? Our top picks above cover all those needs.

Taking your blood pressure is a serious deal. So make sure you get a blood pressure machine that is reliable, high quality, and visible for senior’s eyes. Track your health, eat right and live your best life after 60.

Remember, if you feel you need medical attention, contact your doctor or emergency service.

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