- FDA Approved. Measures quickly and accurately pulse rate and SpO2 blood oxygen saturation of arterial hemoglobin levels.
- Bright Color OLED display shows real time Pulse Rate Plesthymograph of strength of pulse, Pulse Rate, SpO2 level and Battery level.
- Built-in alarm can be set to High and Low. Battery life of thousands of readings plus automatic power off.
- Light and compact. Accommodates wide range of finger sizes. Not a medical device.
- You Get: Fingertip Pulse Oximeter, Neck/Wrist Cord, Case, User Manual, 2-AAA Batteries.
Gurin GO-410 Finger Pulse Oximeter is an affordable and accurate way to check pulse rates and blood oxygen saturation levels. Self-adjusting finger clamp plus simple one-button design allows for easy operation. Small portable size makes it easy to handle and carry. Helpful for athletes and pilots to obtain quick and accurate oxygen saturation readings. Pink
Deluxe features include an easy to read bright color OLED display, 30+ hours of continuous monitoring on one set of batteries. Integrated SpO2 probe and processing display module plus Pulse Rate and Plesthymograph wave that measure pulse strength. Battery level indicator. Battery level indicator. Auto power off. Low power consumption on 2 AAA batteries. Comes with a hanging neck/wrist strap and case for use on the move. Intended use for spot check of pulse rates and blood oxygen saturation level at home, in sport and recreational use, such as mountain climbing, high-altitude activities and running. Not a medical device.
Pink/White UPC: 858759005025
Black/White UPC: 858759005131
Pink UPC: 858759005025
Weight: 2.4 oz
Packaged Weight: 3.2 oz
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