All in the wrist
Of course, if you’re looking for simplicity with a little less bulk, a wrist monitor may make more sense. While they’re less familiar than upper arm cuffs, wrist monitors have become more common due to their portability. These smaller models have all the bells and whistles of the upper arm cuffs, but their compact size making them ideal for travel.
Wrist cuffs are also ideal for people with arm/hand mobility limitations. Or for those with larger upper arms, the wrist monitor can be a more comfortable and easier to use alternative.
If you follow the guidelines above, they can be just as accurate as upper arm monitors, but with some added convenience.
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