Roscoe Fingertip Pulse Oximeter
Spot-check your pulse and oxygen saturation levels in real-time with the FDA-approved Roscoe Fingertip Pulse Oximeter. Receive up to 30 hours of use with two AAA batteries—the durable and lightweight Roscoe Fingertip Pulse Oximeter allows you to check your health on-the-go. This device is designed for spot-monitoring only and is not intended for continuous use.
Learn More About the Roscoe Fingertip Pulse Oximeter:
- • Monitor Your Beats Per Minute and Oxygen Saturation Rate in Less Than 10 Seconds
- • Save Battery With the Auto-Off Function
- • Stay Informed With the Large Easy-to-Read Display and Adjustable Brightness Levels
- • Comfortable to Wear Thanks to the Soft Silicone Padding
- • Simple-to-Use One-Button Operation
- • No Prescription Required!
Monitor Your Beats Per Minute and Oxygen Saturation Rate in Less Than 10 Seconds
Stay in the know when it comes to your health by adding the high accuracy Roscoe Fingertip Pulse Oximeter to your lifestyle. The oximeter reads your pulse rate range between 30 and 335 beats per minute (BPM), your pulse strength, and accurately monitors your oxygen saturation rate (SpO2) from 70% to 99%.
Save Battery With the Auto-Off Function
Get the most out of your device with the auto-off battery saving function. After eight seconds of not using the device, it will automatically power off.
Stay Informed With the Large Easy-to-Read Display and Adjustable Brightness Levels
The easily operated Roscoe Fingertip Pulse Oximeter quickly and accurately shows you your oxygen saturation levels, pulse rate, and pulse strength with the adjustable LED display.
What's Included in the Box:
- Pulse Oximeter
- 2 AAA Alkaline Batteries
This Product Includes...
- Fingertip Pulse Oximeter
- 2 AAA Batteries
- Dimensions Outside of Box: 2.25" in L x 1.25" in W x 1.25" in H
- Packaging Dimensions: 2.25" in L x 1.25" in W x 1.25" in H
- Weight: 1.6 oz (including batteries)
- Materials Used: Plastic
- Does it Have Latex? No
- Warranty: 1-Year Limited Warranty
- Keep the oximeter away from young children.
- Small items such as the battery door, batteries, and lanyard are choking hazards.
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How to Get Started
- Remove the battery cover, and insert the included AAA batteries into the pulse oximeter.
- Open the padded finger insert, and slide your finger into the device.
- Check the readout on the top of the oximeter to see your current pulse rate and your blood oxygen levels.
Fingernail polish or acrylic nails obstruct the light transmission and may result in inaccurate readings.
What's a Normal Pulse Oximeter Reading?
A healthy person should have blood oxygen levels close to 100%. Normal readings are typically around 95% or higher. If your blood oxygen levels dip down close to 90%, that's considered to be too low.
How to Clean the Pulse Oximeter
- Wipe the device with a soft cloth dampened with isopropyl alcohol. Be careful not to pour or spay and liquids onto the pulse oximeter. Do not allow any liquid to enter any openings on the device.
How to Care for the Pulse Oximeter
- Replace batteries in a timely manner when the battery indicator lights up.
- Clean the surface of the oximeter before each use.
The Pulse Oximeter requires no routine calibration or maintenance other than replacing the batteries when the battery indicator lights up.
- Remove batteries if the oximeter is not operated for a long time.
- Keep in a dry place.
The device uses AAA batteries.