This is our detailed product review for the Greater Goods Bluetooth Blood Pressure Monitor Cuff.
Read our full review below to learn if this is just the right thing for you.
- Easy to use
- Automatically syncs with the app on your smartphone
- Cuff can fit arm circumference of 8 to 12 inches
- Sends notifications to your smartphone
- Review your BP readings
- Send your readings to your doctor or monitor your readings over time
- Readings are stored in the app for your convenience
- Long battery life
- Updated with new smartphone technology
- Helps you avoid those readings when you aren’t in a good situation to take a reading
- One size doesn’t fit all
- Poor instructions
- Cuff doesn’t hold arm tight enough
- Unable to determine if the user is moving or getting a reading
- App doesn’t sync with HealthKit
This monitor was designed by a medical doctor and The Greater Goods Company. It converts the blood pressure measurements to a time and date stamp so you can track your blood pressure over a few days. This is helpful if you're more concerned with long-term health rather than day-to-day trends. You don't have to worry about having to set it up or even syncing it with your smartphone, either. It does all the work for you.
The cuff is comfortable to wear. The blood pressure monitor can be used with either a traditional stethoscope or a smartphone. The smartphone connection feature allows users get alerts for their blood pressure monitoring, which can be useful for those who forget to keep the cuff on over long periods of time.
The cuff is compatible with iPhones and iPads; Android devices are not supported. The manufacturer will check that the cuff is compatible with your device and the cuff will work with it if it is.
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