Fast and non-invasive
Lightweight and portable, the iHealth Wireless Pulse Oximeter lets you take fast, non-invasive blood oxygen saturation (SpO2), pulse rate (BPM) and Perfusion Index (PI) readings at your fingertip. It can then send the results via Bluetooth wireless to the free SpO2 app on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad.
Great companion for sports activities
Checking your blood oxygen level while exercising can help you monitor your body's reaction to increased physical activity and avoid life-threatening situations.
Track and share
You can view your SpO2 and BPM readings in real time on the Oximeter’s display and in the iHealth SpO2 app. It's easy to track your readings over time and share them with your fitness coach or doctor.
- Measures and records your blood oxygen saturation and pulse rate
- Easy-to-read LED screen displays SpO2 and pulse rate
- Connects wirelessly to your iOS device via Bluetooth 4.0 with low-energy technology
- Free iHealth SpO2 app lets you create reports, view trends and store data using a free cloud service
Did you notice?Works with the free iHealth SpO2 app on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, allowing you to measure, store and share your data.
Apple Recommends ForSpot-check your blood oxygen levels to see how your body is handling normal recreational activities or high-impact sports.
What's in the Box?
- iHealth Pulse Oximeter
- USB charging cable
- User manual
- Quick start guide
- Height: 3.3 cm
- Width: 2.8 cm
- Weight: 272.16 g
- Length: 6.2 cm
- UPC or EAN No.: 855111003279
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- iHeath Pulse Oximeter is for sports and recreation use only.
Ratings & Reviews
Nice piece of kit
I use this for freedive training. and comes in very handy, especially the lit display and being able to record the data on iPhone. I use this for freedive training. and comes in very handy, especially the lit display and being able to record the data on iPhone.
I also develop iOS applications and have developed my own freedive training application. It would be very handy to have an SDK and incorporate the device but this is not available currently. …
- Written by Gary L from Manchester
1 of 1 people found this useful
This monitor looks great. I am a GP and my patients have complemented this little device on a few occasions which is a nice conver This monitor looks great. I am a GP and my patients have complemented this little device on a few occasions which is a nice conversation point during an examination. Its great that manufacturers are paying attention to designs as well as function. It has a clear clean plastic cover that is easily cleanable and is white which shows up marks. Great when you consider having to clean this machine after 30 to 40 patients a day. I instinctively suspect it is accurate however I have not compared it directly to other devices. It is a great piece of medical equipment . My favourite to date . Would be great if the range was extended. Would love to see a BP monitor, thermometer , spirometer added with the same design language. I recommend it to any medical professional whom needs a sats monitor. It is also reasonably priced compared to the traditional bland and unaesthetic medical equipment / monitors out there. …
- Written by ahmed H from london
6 of 11 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Can you use this for long term testing like overnight and record thoughtout the night and show a report or use it during walking or other exercises
- Asked by Richard M from Abingdon
That would be a cool feature! Currently the iHealth Wireless Pulse Oximeter is for spot checking yo That would be a cool feature! Currently the iHealth Wireless Pulse Oximeter is for spot checking your pulse rate and oxygen level. Press and wait for the result. It isn't configured for ongoing monitoring like those found in a hospital. …
- Answered by Stephen I from San Jose