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 on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. It's easy to track your readings over time and share them with your fitness coach, doctors, and friends.
- 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 use 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: 1.3 in./3.3 cm
- Width: 1.1 in./2.8 cm
- Weight: 9.6 oz./272.16 g
- Length: 2.44 in./6.2 cm
- Mfr. Part Number: PO3
- UPC or EAN No.: 855111003279
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
- Warranty: One year from date of purchase
- iHeath Pulse Oximeter is for sports and recreation use only.
Important note about compatible devices on iHealth Wireless Activity and Sleep Tracker. The iHealth Wireless Activity and Sleep Tracker works with the following iOS version 5.0 or higher devices: iPod Touch® 5th Generation +; iPhone 4S +; iPad mini; iPad 3rd Generation +
iHealth’s new integrated mobile app brings our products to life. It is designed to fit your lifestyle and assist in everyday health management. It works seamlessly with iHealth’s current line of self-monitoring mobile health devices, such as the body analysis scale and blood pressure monitors, and will integrate with future related products. It allows you to build a personal dashboard based on your preferred products and features for quick and easy use. You would be able to set goals, view trends, track progress, log food intake, activities, and share your data instantly. iHealth’s new integrated app empowers you to manage your personal health in an intuitive way, while keeping up with your busy life.
•Report card style with trend-tracking views allowing you to have a quick snapshot of your progress and results.
•Customizable dashboards making it easy to get the information quickly.
•Track calories, log food and activities, while viewing your progress throughout the day in real time.
•Create plans and set reminders to help you stay focused.
•Rich and informative data to give you a clearer view of your health trends.
What’s New :
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Ratings & Reviews
Device has capacity to transmit data, and ipad has plenty of capacity to record. But after purchase, discovered the app is lame, Device has capacity to transmit data, and ipad has plenty of capacity to record. But after purchase, discovered the app is lame, and will not record more than few minutes. Not ready for prime time. But as one comment stated, "that would be cool". Duh. …
- Written by Dean G from Gainesville
66 of 78 people found this useful
It always underestimate the real values in about 10% to 15%.
- Written by Mario C G from Sao Paulo
51 of 58 people found this useful
Wonderful device. Very easy too set up and use.
It took me all of 5 minutes to unpack and set up my Oximeter. Bluetooth connected to my iPhone and iPad with no effort, and as I u It took me all of 5 minutes to unpack and set up my Oximeter. Bluetooth connected to my iPhone and iPad with no effort, and as I use both I found that all my data is on both. No effort on my part, they keep both up to date. This has been as effortless a purchase as I would want. The Oximeter is very well built and looks very good. The readout is very visible and instant …
- Written by Robert B. H from Stockbridge
47 of 58 people found this useful
Don't buy it
Despite of some few reviews here warning us about the precision of this pulse oximeter, I decided to give it a shot....worst decis Despite of some few reviews here warning us about the precision of this pulse oximeter, I decided to give it a shot....worst decision...the measurements are very below de acceptable percentages for PO2 in a healthy person. Just so you know, in heathy people it measured 60-70% the pO2 when the normal average values are around 96-98%...I had to made multiples measurements to ensure a reasonable value...You can find in Amazon a 20 Dollar oximeter that it more trustable than this...this is just a bluetooth device, but not reliable at ALL! Another thing, the app is poor though... There is no tool to keep measurements from different people, without login, what would be useful for health professionals like me, carry the patients infos in m device...all the measurements appeared to be my now stats at the device...at the end of the day, there is no possible to know to whom belonged each data...DONT BUY IT! NOT TRUSTABLE! …
- Written by Bruno G from St Catharines
i have found this device super useful to spot check my heart rate, since I have a couple heart issues that cause my heart to race i have found this device super useful to spot check my heart rate, since I have a couple heart issues that cause my heart to race out of the blue. It's also been super handy to check my sons oxygen levels, to see if he needs an asthma treatment. Very pleased with this product, though I wouldn't recommend letting your toddler get ahold of it, as it is a little on the fragile side. …
- Written by Sierra W from Titusville
1 of 1 people found this useful
Unreliable and Inconsistent
Highly unreliable unit. Bluetooth connection inconsistent very unreliable. Battery Life is poor. Measurements non-repeatable an Highly unreliable unit. Bluetooth connection inconsistent very unreliable. Battery Life is poor. Measurements non-repeatable and not dependable. Have to make several readings in a session too get a value that reasonably correct and when battery is low the readings are wildly incorrect.. Software nothing more than a glorified spreadsheet entry program. I wind up taking the readings and transcribing them to an independent health tracking program. Better off with a tester that is independent does not talk to an IPhone or IPad. It would appear that Apple only sells and endorses this product because it communicate with its equipment. Apple should be embarrassed to sell and endorse this product. Tech support gives canned answers and no help - more interested in closing the trouble ticket than properly answering the issue. I am abandoning this unit and replacing it with a tester that doesn't communicate with IOS but is more reliable. …
- Written by Richard S from Danbury
7 of 7 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
- Sep 10, 2013
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
- Sep 17, 2013