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  • The FDA approved Fingertip Pulse Oximeter accurately monitors SpO2, PR (Pulse Rate), PI (Perfusion Index), Pulse bar and waveform.
  • At home or in medical clinics, spot check or continuous measuring, OxySmart delivers flexible and professional measurement through user's finger.
  • More Details and FAQ here.

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Getwellue [getwellue.com] has Wellue Bluetooth® Pulse Oximeter (Fingertip Blood Oxygen Saturation Monitor) with Alarm, Batteries, Carry Bag & Lanyard. Shipping is free.
  • Accurate and sensitive measurement of SpO2, PR, PI, Pulse bar and waveform.
  • Special design with splash-proof and drop-resistant.
  • Data Storage synchronization and pulse rate analysis on Free APP for Bluetooth version.
  • Up to 10 hours SpO2 data storage.
  • Low Oxygen and abnormal Heartbeat Reminder.
  • Audible & visual alarm with low battery indication.
  • Automatically powers on/off, 4 direction display.
  • OLED display delivers clear readings.
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Long before all this flu hysteria I had gone through a dozen different models. Only one did not fail called Acc U Rate. It also promoted itself with a no hassle warranty at the time. The paperwork instructions were good and quality was exceptional. Nurses were recommending it for their rounds. Prices for these ranged from $15-$23. Anything higher is a ripoff.


Amazon allows established product ASIN code pages to be hijacked with either counterfeit junk or just junk. Which is the case when I searched my purchase history. A different named oximeter is in its place. Why? Because it already was selling a same type of product on the page and hopes you will buy the junk replacement. That's how bad Amazon is as a dishonest company.
I spent a bit of time trying to find the device on the FDA website, I also spent a bit time on their website and looked up their Whois domain information.

The website domain was registered in mid 2019, by a Chinese organization. The website has almost no information about itself if you check their about section etc.

I suspect this site is fraudulent and is selling devices that are not really FDA approved and could give faulty readings.

My two cents anyway.
People want it because it helps to diagnose issues. It is a tool which can help check if issues you are having are potentially serious or not...Now one can simply look at their experience subjectively and guess by how they are feeling, but this gives quantifiable results.

Same thing as a thermometer. Subjectively you can tell when and how bad of a fever you have, but quantifiable results of a thermometer help. They allow you to know if your subjective feeling is accurate.

Just a way to double check and to know when and if to seek medical services.

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I guess the price is switched for Bluetooth vs non-Bluetooth after discount?
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I guess the price is switched for Bluetooth vs non-Bluetooth after discount?
i didnt click on the links yet but i guess the bluetooth one could be cheaper without an onboard screen?
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Bluetooth one came down to 26 for me. these are good to have even if you just have one. I'm going to bite the bullet and get it. They usually cost a lot more.
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Price are definitely flipped. Pre-CV19, non-Bluetooth models were about $15, so the price is pretty good.

The Bluetooth one is interesting to me, as I'd love to know how my SpO2 readings are when I sleep, since my Fitbit Ionic with SpO2 sensor, uh, doesn't give me a ton of useful information other than High or Low O2, with no numbers.

Edit: Just editing to note that their iOS app gets modest reviews, at best, if you are considering the Bluetooth model.
https://apps.apple.com/us/app/vih...1413644737
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Anyone used this product before ?
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Can this sync with Google fit or Apple health?
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Got a Bluetooth one. Hope the Bluetooth app doesn't double as China spyware too.

I bought a couple different non-Bluetooth ones on eBay in the $20-30 range and they suck...one stopped working completely after a month.

The display on this one looks identical to some of the generic ones on eBay. Hope they're more reliable though.
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Can this sync with Google fit or Apple health?
The reviews for the App in the App Store say no.
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Why should I want this?
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Why should I want this?
The direct answer would likely have to be said by a doctor.

2 of the items that were nearly impossible to find in the first 3 months of Covid19 were a Thermometer and a Blood oxygen oximeter. Still are somewhat.
They give excellent information,indication if something is going wrong.





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Got a Bluetooth one. Hope the Bluetooth app doesn't double as China spyware too.

I bought a couple different non-Bluetooth ones on eBay in the $20-30 range and they suck...one stopped working completely after a month.

Long before all this flu hysteria I had gone through a dozen different models. Only one did not fail called Acc U Rate. It also promoted itself with a no hassle warranty at the time. The paperwork instructions were good and quality was exceptional. Nurses were recommending it for their rounds. Prices for these ranged from $15-$23. Anything higher is a ripoff.


Amazon allows established product ASIN code pages to be hijacked with either counterfeit junk or just junk. Which is the case when I searched my purchase history. A different named oximeter is in its place. Why? Because it already was selling a same type of product on the page and hopes you will buy the junk replacement. That's how bad Amazon is as a dishonest company.
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People want it because it helps to diagnose issues. It is a tool which can help check if issues you are having are potentially serious or not...Now one can simply look at their experience subjectively and guess by how they are feeling, but this gives quantifiable results.

Same thing as a thermometer. Subjectively you can tell when and how bad of a fever you have, but quantifiable results of a thermometer help. They allow you to know if your subjective feeling is accurate.

Just a way to double check and to know when and if to seek medical services.
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