Qardio Blood Pressure

Qardio Blood Pressure Monitor…a handy monitor device

November 5, 2018 9:21 pm Published by 8 Comments

Qardio Monitor review:

  • Product: QardioArm Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor
  • Price: $74.00-$99.00 & FREE Shipping
  • Size of machine: 5.5 x 2.7 x 1.5 Inches, 8.7-14.6 Inch Cuff Size, 0.68 Lb. weight
  • My Ratings: 90 out of 100

Many things require the best tools or equipment for optimal success, be it at home, in the office or when you happen to be astir. When it comes to health issues, nothing is more important than being able to check your heart rates and BP readings and more importantly, being able to monitor those readings and do a follow up.

In 2012, Rosario Lanella and Marco Peluso introduced to the world a visionary company and subsequently very innovative devices that would in fact make heart rate check ups and reading one’s BP a breeze

QardioArm - Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor

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The Founders…

Let’s have a brief biography of these remarkable founders.

Marco Peluso. Currently the CEO, he did a 14-year stint in the financial industry while in London. Incidentally, he was an investment banker at JP Morgan also having worked in technology, media and telecommunications. He was involved in hedge funds up until 2012, having graduated Magna cum laude with a Degree in Business Administration from Bocconi University.

Rosario Lanella. Currently the Chief Information Officer, he has 14 years’ worth of experience designing and following through with highly intense and complicated platforms in the IT field. This experience he acquired from working with Sun Microsystems and Oracle, as their Principal Solutions Architect as it were.

Lanella also has a lot of experience with businesses that are on the come-up i.e. start-ups. During his many years as COO and Chief Technology officer in a renowned communications-service provider, he managed to leverage and boost the company from $20m in revenues to over $120m.

Furthermore, he has developed architecture for intricate systems, worked globally in four continents and has a Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering.

Qardio Blood Pressure…how it started…

The idea behind Qardio Arm came about because there was a need for the sick to be able to check their health stats on their own, monitor their blood pressure and heart rates from the comfort of their home, or anywhere they chose to, then just as easily email those results to their doctor/s.

With this machine and the App that works with it, the results can also be shared with your loved ones using the phone app or via Bluetooth. It has made reading and setting up a lot easier as well because you don’t have the traditional pup-action required with the old monitors.

The Features…

The Qardio Arm blood pressure monitor is wireless and easy to carry around, seeing as it is not weighty. It also does not have any hoses (pipes) and is a silent piece of equipment. The machine keeps records of different users and their readings in its memory, can check irregular heart beats, and happens to have a BP risk category indicator.

The data can also be averaged to see how well one is doing, kind of like a glucose meter that sets reading for a couple of months. What the app does is to average 3 consecutive readings.

Consequently, the user has the ability to use Geo-tracking. What this implies is that you can monitor how your readings change when you are at work, at home, working out or parlaying off at some beach somewhere.

The Qardio Arm is clinically approved as well as FDA approved, therefore there is no doubt that what you are working with will be approved and endorsed by your doctor as well. The equipment also comes with features that help you set up a reminder for when you may need to re-check your blood pressure.

QardioArm - Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor

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It is lightweight, doesn’t require expertise to use, set up or analyze readings. You can compare your readings with charts from WHO and the like. It is almost as simple as plug-and-play on computers, simply tap your app on the phone and go…

This machine is compatible with its app which works on Android devices (which, I think, are the most popular anyway), Android Wear as well as Apple phones, smart watches and Kindle!! it comes with two cuffs and one size fits need for adjustments.

It is in fact quite affordable, efficient to use and accurate. Automatically keeps records of all you readings and you don’t need to set that up yourself. It also has a reminder to take your blood pressure which can be adjusted daily or every few times a week.


The device has low battery life. For those who have used it for a long time, they said that the battery life is only 2-3 months. It does not have an ac adapter; hence, we only use batteries, dispose, then get new ones.

It doesn’t link up as easily as would be expected..this could be attributed to the power failures. It is used with a smartphone and the system functions using an App.


Using a blood pressure machine at home is a good idea especially those people that require frequent checking. In choosing the right one for you all depends on what features do you really need. With the advent of different electronic blood pressure machines, it will be a lot easier for most people to use a device that is not that complicated.

Overall, Qardio blood pressure monitor is simple, easy to use and handy.

We’re hoping that this has helped in some way. If you ever need a hand or have any questions, feel free to leave them in the comment section and we will be more than happy to help you out as much as we can.




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All the best,
Jacy and Ryan (TMD Team)


  • jacobs2 says:

    Hello, thank you for your post.
    I must take my blood pressure regularly and I have to stress that the wired blood pressure monitor I have is not so practical when on the move.
    Your foto with the wireless monitor gives a more relaxed image than when I’m taking my blood pressure. I definitely think about changing. The geo-localization is certainly an important feature, as I could experience that my blood pressure is not the same at work than at home. If the Quardio Blood Pressure Monitor can keep up with this then it’s a match in my situation and I presume in many patient situations

    • admin says:

      Thank you Jacobs for your message. You are definitely right with regards to having different blood pressure reading at work and at reason for this is how stressed you are.. Blood pressure is affected by various short-term factors, like stress, emotions, pain, physical activity, and drugs, including caffeine and nicotine. Sometimes, when you are at work, you may have a high blood pressure reading..that is probably because of stress. The American Heart Association is recommending a diet that is low in salt, high in fruits, vegetables and whole grains to lower blood pressure, and medications to maintain your blood pressure readings in normal or near normal range.

      If there is anything that we can do a review about medical related topic that you like, please email us at and we will be glad to do so.. Have a great day! Thanks again. 

  • RoDarrick says:

    Hi Jazy, I have heard about quardio blood pressure monitor before but it occur to me as an overly too complicated app with too much hyping but reading about it here, I was able to decipher most things I thought were hyping. As you stated, it would definitely be a good device to have at home considering the price, it surely would be a good option to go for. Thanks

    • admin says:

      Thanks RoDarrick! If there is anything that we can do a review about medical related topic that you like, please email us at and we will be glad to do so.. Have a great day! Thanks again. 

  • Matiss says:

    I like to think of myself as not the kind of person that would need such regular check-ups. However, I really like the idea of having the means to know my heart rate and BP readings at any given moment. Exactly as you mentioned, I would love to get those insights on how my reading change when I’m working, when I’m just hanging out at home, at parties, or it’s a simple day on the beach.

    In that sense, I do recall me having some BP issues earlier in life meaning it has been too high for periods of time. Would be really insightful to know where it’s at at the moment. Furthermore, I believe that this can help also regular people as it might help notice early signs of something going wrong.

    Other than that, I did enjoy those features that you mentioned for this one a lot. And I do not really think that there are any more whistles or fancy stuff that you should absolutely have. 

    Good stuff!

    And thank you for sharing this.

    Cheers, and have a Great One!


    • admin says:

      Thanks Matiss for your wonderful message. If there is anything that we can do a review about medical related topic that you like, please email us at and we will be glad to do so.. Have a great day! Thanks again. 

  • Rasa says:

    I bet my grandmother would absolutely love this thing. She’s not like your typical grandmothers and old people. She’s really into technology and everything that can help her more efficiently or improve the quality of life for her or the people around her. In that regard, I just know she’ll love the fact that this one will be pairable with her Android and that it also will keep records of the readings.

    Overall, I believe the price is not high at all, I would even call it very affordable. As for the cons, I personally believe that 2-3 months is a solid amount of battery life. Furthermore, while I would love if it would be chargeable, the fact that it’s not, I believe is not too big of an issue. Have to just keep a few ready just in case it dies on you.

    I appreciate you for sharing the article!

    Have a Wonderful Day!


    • admin says:

      Thank you Rasa. If there is anything that we can do a review about medical related topic that you like, please email us at and we will be glad to do so.. Have a great day! Thanks again.

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