Areta Fingertip Pulse Oximeter with Dual-Color OLED-Display 8 modes EHP-500A
The Areta Fingertip Pulse Oximeter is the perfect choice for measuring oxygen levels, O2 saturation, and pulse rate. This finger oxygen sensor gives you a quick and accurate reading the oxygen saturation of your arterial hemoglobin. The O2 meter's measurements are shown as bar graphs and waves on its digital display.
- Measure and monitor blood oxygen saturation levels (SpO2) and pulse rate in seconds with high accuracy,
show the reading in numbers as well as the waveforms (plethysmograph) and bar graph
- Smart display to any of direction simply by pushing one button, the waveforms (plethysmograph) and bar
graph give visual indication of the irregular, weak heartbeat or incorrect reading
- Audio alarm available to alert abnormal SpO2 level and pulse rate, comes with our guarantee-lifetime hassle free product
- Easy and convenient one button operation, auto power-off, last display mode saved after power off, fit child
to adult all finger sizes, resistance to ambient light and interference of man made light
- Comes with elegant carrying case and neck/wrist cord; approved by FDA, perfect for sport and aviation use,
included batteries last for more than 24 hours with continuous use
This oximeter is NOT intended for medical use and it is for sport and aviation use only.
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Excellent highly recommend
Unit arrived in reasonable time. Instructions easy to understand. Operation is fine and resulting read outs presentable and appear accurate based on activity level and results.
I was very impressed when I opened the box. The meter looks just like the one used at the doctor's office. It's ready to use right out of the box, complete with batteries and a carrying case with a lanyard. The case comes with a belt loop but I prefer the lanyard. This is a great tool to use to keep track of your health stats when working out and for other health reasons. It's also great to have handy when one has elderly family members to care for. It would have been great if there was a booklet explaining what levels are optimum but there's such a broad spectrum of what's normal for each individual, probably too hard to narrow that down like with blood pressure ranges. I will Google health sites to learn more about what the healthiest oxygen levels are and to find out more about what these measurements mean. I have been using it on and off for the past couple of days and the battery level already went down a notch. Perhaps it's just the brand of batteries, when they run down completely I will be replacing them with rechargeable batteries. I have tested this on myself at different times, when relaxed, when stressed out and tired. I have noticed a change in the read out. Which leads me to have confidence in its accuracy.
Lately I have been trying to see if my fit bit has been accurate about my heart rate. So I decided to give this a try. This is like a hospital-grade one or a doctor's office. The only thing I would suggest is to make sure that your fingers are dry so do not use it after you do dishes it kind of Threw It Off. I would recommend this to anyone or the elderly. As I stated before it's very easy to use I also to tend to think that nail polish kind of throws it off so I would make sure you're not wearing nail polish as well.
I purchase this Fingertip Pulse Oximeter recently and am so glad I did. This thing is super easy to use and helps me keep track of my oxygen and pulse rate while I do intense exercises. This gives me better knowledge of how many calories I'm burning when I'm training. I would definitely recommend this for people who want something that is accurate and easy to use.