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OLED Pulse Finger Pulse Blood Oxygen Saturation Monitor Fitness Health with Digital Display $19.99

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  • Color:Blue,Pink(optional)
  • Material:ABS
  • Battery:2 * AAA(not include)
  • Size:57 * 36mm / 2.24 * 1.42in
  • Weight:28g
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Still haven't gotten my order from the last time this deal was posted.
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Walmart have innova and zacurate brand at $26, $20 resp. i would prefer those over unbranded hoping they give more accurate reading.
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Got my order today from the last "deal" on this and it's a completely different/cheaper, non functioning led version. Big waste for me now having to return at Walmart.
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Walmart have innova and zacurate brand at $26, $20 resp. i would prefer those over unbranded hoping they give more accurate reading.
The Zacurate one is identical to the most popular kind of generic Chinese pulse oximeter when I was shopping for one on Ebay, except without the logo. Same $20 price, although I see it's $40 on their website. Those brands are pretty much like generic, cuz who's ever heard of Zacurate anyways?
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I haven't seen an "OLED" pulse oximeter from these no-name brands that was actually OLED.
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Got my order today from the last "deal" on this and it's a completely different/cheaper, non functioning led version. Big waste for me now having to return at Walmart.
Same. Ship it back and make Walmart eat the postage. Enough of those and Walmart may drop the sketchy 3rd party vendor.
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Ships from international seller.
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The Zacurate one is identical to the most popular kind of generic Chinese pulse oximeter when I was shopping for one on Ebay, except without the logo. Same $20 price, although I see it's $40 on their website. Those brands are pretty much like generic, cuz who's ever heard of Zacurate anyways?
I would prefer the one which have registered office in USA so that they could be atleast FDA approved. That buys little piece of mind that readings would be somewhat more accurate than unbranded
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Googling about oximeters lead to info that there is "FDA approved" and "FDA Cleared" designations. "Approved" would be best, but these days there must be some sort of fast track that is labeled "Cleared"...having said that, FDA designations don't mean what they used to. Seemed to be controlled by lobbyists.
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My understanding of "FDA approved" is that it only means it won't cause harm...it means nothing about if the product actually does what it claims to do. For instance, many hair-growth treatments are FDA approved, but that doesn't mean they work.
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This is a good price. Most oximeters run double or more.

An oximeter saved my mom's life when she had to go to the hospital with Covid. It helps you see exactly when you have low oxygen and when you should seek help.
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This is a good price. Most oximeters run double or more.

An oximeter saved my mom's life when she had to go to the hospital with Covid. It helps you see exactly when you have low oxygen and when you should seek help.
$20 is typical baseline price online after COVID. The in-store branded ones have all sold out due to COVID, so it's just the Chinese junk online now, whether you want to pay $20 or $40.

Hard to know which one to trust as I have a few and they're often not within the +/- 2% margin of error.
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