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OLED Digital Finger Pulse Oximeter, Blood Oxygen Sat Level & Heart Rate Monitor - £15.99 (+£4.49 NP) - Sold by MorShine EU / FBA
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OLED Digital Finger Pulse Oximeter, Blood Oxygen Sat Level & Heart Rate Monitor - £15.99 (+£4.49 NP) - Sold by MorShine EU / FBA

£15.99£23.9933% Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
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Posted 11th Jun 2020

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Update 1
Now live again - 17/06
Just a couple weeks ago these were trending at £30-£40+, which is crazy considering these devices were much cheaper in the past. I suspect this was due to COVID-19 effect. However this is an excellent opportunity to order it relatively cheap in the UK with next day delivery.

The original price is £23.99 with the promotional voucher (click promotion message section and redeem) £8 is deducted from total, bringing cost to £15.99.

PLEASE NOTE: You will need to click on the promotion message section and then REDEEM button to benefit from £8 discount, price will be then adjusted at the checkout (not before).

If you need a voucher code, it is: OH7YU8AK

Free Amazon next day delivery for Prime Members. Free returns for 30 days.

>> Some users are reporting saving of extra £1 by opting in to "no rush delivery".
Purchased one? Do comment your experience etc.

Text from Amazon website:

  • 【Accurate and reliable】Adopts advanced technology and approved by FDA&CE, this pulse oximeter accurately determine your SpO2 and pulse rate in 10 seconds. Error of both SpO2 and pulse rate are ±2% without exercise and ±3% after sport.
  • 【Bright OLED Multi Direction Display】The large and rotatable multidirectional display allows you to view your results in any direction easily, making it more convenient to test different fingers.
  • 【Low Power Consumption】Equipped with 2AAA batteries, the oximeter automatically powers off after 10 seconds of inactivity and can be operated continuously for more than 20 hours.
  • 【Easy Operation】One-button operation design makes it simple and convenient to operate. Users just need to put one of his fingers into the fingertip photoelectric sensor for diagnosis, then the screen will directly show the result clearly.
  • 【Broad Application】Suitable for sports enthusiasts like skiers, mountain climbers, bikers and can also be applied in hospital, oxygen bar, sports health community or just for family use.
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Top comments
Top tip as a former reviewer,

read ALL low rated reviews 1, 2 & 3 star these are likely to be your most honest ones expecially with products with 50 to 100+ 5 star reviews, Fake reviewers are asked to rate 5 stars for everything or they will stop sending you more products to review
jdbigguy11/06/2020 20:02

I cannot find the FDA approval for this device, but the FDA web site is …I cannot find the FDA approval for this device, but the FDA web site is hard to use. With so much fake stuff around has any one else been able to find out is this device really has FDA approval?


Why would you be interested in the approval of the American food and drug administration?
Surely you would want something approved by our own government/NHS.
Got one of these from aliexpress a month ago for £20-
Really neat device with clear display & auto shut off - obviously i cant readily test its calibration but it does seem to give correct results - take deeper breaths/relax & oxi levels rise & pulse falls -
If oxi level stays below 93% over say 5 min, then maybe its time to drive to a castle for 2nd opinion
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Edited by: "restyler" 11th Jun
215 Comments
Ordered thanks
HappyShopper11/06/2020 19:41

Don't rely on the reviews: …Don't rely on the reviews: https://www.fakespot.com/product/pulse-oximeter-atmoko-oled-digital-finger-pulse-oximeter-fingertip-spo2-blood-oxygen-saturation-level-and-heart-rate-monitor-with-4-rotatable-readings-include-batteries-and-lanyard


I always use the ReviewMeta extension browser for chrome to check reviews on Amazon, I've reached the point now where I can almost tell products with fake reviews from their pictures and item description before checking ReviewMeta.

If you look at dietary suppliments like vitamins etc. there are an incredible number of products with fake reviews, it must be where it's easy to make a lot of money from a product cheap to produce.
I cannot find the FDA approval for this device, but the FDA web site is hard to use. With so much fake stuff around has any one else been able to find out is this device really has FDA approval?
Top tip as a former reviewer,

read ALL low rated reviews 1, 2 & 3 star these are likely to be your most honest ones expecially with products with 50 to 100+ 5 star reviews, Fake reviewers are asked to rate 5 stars for everything or they will stop sending you more products to review
These are like less than £10 during pre Covid 19
HappyShopper11/06/2020 19:41

Don't rely on the reviews: …Don't rely on the reviews: https://www.fakespot.com/product/pulse-oximeter-atmoko-oled-digital-finger-pulse-oximeter-fingertip-spo2-blood-oxygen-saturation-level-and-heart-rate-monitor-with-4-rotatable-readings-include-batteries-and-lanyard


Fakespot is trash, it's absolute useless, don't rely on Fakespot, the algorithm it uses is not fit for purpose.
jimmy.kee11/06/2020 20:05

These are like less than £10 during pre Covid 19


Yeah I got mine for 9.99. I hope this isn't the new norm price for these as they can be helpful but shouldn't be relied upon solely.
These are $5 on AliExpress if you can wait
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Got one of these from aliexpress a month ago for £20-
Really neat device with clear display & auto shut off - obviously i cant readily test its calibration but it does seem to give correct results - take deeper breaths/relax & oxi levels rise & pulse falls -
If oxi level stays below 93% over say 5 min, then maybe its time to drive to a castle for 2nd opinion
41061160-SEtzr.jpg
Edited by: "restyler" 11th Jun
jdbigguy11/06/2020 20:02

I cannot find the FDA approval for this device, but the FDA web site is …I cannot find the FDA approval for this device, but the FDA web site is hard to use. With so much fake stuff around has any one else been able to find out is this device really has FDA approval?


Why would you be interested in the approval of the American food and drug administration?
Surely you would want something approved by our own government/NHS.
I find that the detailed recent reviews are genuine enoug. Thank you op for posting.
I bought one of these things for my mum who convinced herself she had C19 as she was breathless, £12 on eBay in March, item 352864607058. UK seller and took a week but now selling at £28..!!! Plugged her in and her oxygen saturation was 99% same as mine, easy things to use and gave her the reassurance she needed as did the digital thermometer I bought for her also.
Edited by: "trannyboy" 11th Jun
restyler11/06/2020 20:27

Got one of these from aliexpress a month ago for £20-Really neat device …Got one of these from aliexpress a month ago for £20-Really neat device with clear display & auto shut off - obviously i cant readily test its calibration but it does seem to give correct results - take deeper breaths/relax & oxi levels rise & pulse falls -If oxi level stays below 93% over say 5 min, then maybe its time to drive to a castle just in case [Image]


It's easy to test the calibration of the heart rate monitor. Find your pulse (neck or wrist will do) use your watch/phone/ clock and count you pulse for a minute and then check the results against what this device gives you.
jat247411/06/2020 20:37

...Surely you would want something approved by our own government/NHS.


Are you kidding - the same government who want a 1m separation rule just to appease businesses!!

To be honest, these devices are just guides - but better than nothing - same as face coverings made from shirts - no kite mark, but better than nothing
jat247411/06/2020 20:41

It's easy to test the calibration of the heart rate monitor. Find your …It's easy to test the calibration of the heart rate monitor. Find your pulse (neck or wrist will do) use your watch/phone/ clock and count you pulse for a minute and then check the results against what this device gives you.


Its the oxi count figure that most people would be interested in which cant readily be tested for accuracy
Having said that - I'm pretty pleased with mine - all figures make sense, & if it does fall below 93% over a sustained period (with no exertion) then call a doctor for a second opinion

which.co.uk/new…ow/
Why has deal been expired? - just added to basket & still available for monday delivery?
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Edited by: "restyler" 11th Jun
Mine shows as £15.99 also. £23.99 before £8 discount
Edited by: "H0TDEALER" 11th Jun
What does your "Blood Oxygen Sat Level " tell you? You've been breathing too much?
dewonderful11/06/2020 21:22

What does your "Blood Oxygen Sat Level " tell you? You've been breathing …What does your "Blood Oxygen Sat Level " tell you? You've been breathing too much?


Saturation of oxygen in the blood - should normally be between 95-100%
which.co.uk/new…ow/
restyler11/06/2020 21:25

Saturation of oxygen in the blood - should normally be between …Saturation of oxygen in the blood - should normally be between 95-100%https://www.which.co.uk/news/2020/05/pulse-oximeters-and-covid-19-what-you-need-to-know/?


Thank you, that's helpful info
restyler11/06/2020 21:25

Saturation of oxygen in the blood - should normally be between …Saturation of oxygen in the blood - should normally be between 95-100%https://www.which.co.uk/news/2020/05/pulse-oximeters-and-covid-19-what-you-need-to-know/?


Generally speaking, your heart rate can be various values, but your O2 sats shouldn’t go below 90 and stay there. Your body is tuned to keep this as high as possible and does things like pant or yawn to get it up. Take these values with a pinch of salt because it’s not a medical grade device, but the tech isn’t that different.
I'm pretty fit and have a vO2 max in the top 5%. My Garmin watch measures Pulse ox 247 and has me average 96%. At night around 90% and regularly below 90%. Hopefully its just device accuracy or maybe the fact it's on my hairy arms. I have ordered this to get a second reading. Thanks.
Thanks OP ordered
Useless for 95% of people on here.
Thanks op, ordered one.

P.S. there is another one for same price £15.99 with 1000+ review, different model and seller. But for some reason did not like the red display, I know this is not a mobile to be fussy about display . hoping this does the job.

Pulse Oximeter PRCMISEMED Pro Sports and Aviation Finger-Unit Spot Check Oxygen Monitor Finger with Lanyard (LED Display) amazon.co.uk/dp/B07GBX5SQK/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_KQP4EbVQR7KWC
Edited by: "hotbean" 11th Jun
Watch out and make sure you check all of the reviews first, even if it looks promising just be skeptical, they aren’t always reliable. I bought one for £30 on amazon a few weeks back cause of my breathing problems, turns out it was really bad anxiety. The SpO2 kept changing with every finger and at one point was like 55 so technically I should have been in hospital. It went back up to 98 again on another try and did the same to my sister. Check before you buy.
Edited by: "tmylm" 11th Jun
£15.99 plus a free £1 no rush delivery credit. cheers op.
tystion11/06/2020 22:12

£15.99 plus a free £1 no rush delivery credit. cheers op.


I just did the same
tmylm11/06/2020 22:05

Watch out and make sure you check all of the reviews first, even if it …Watch out and make sure you check all of the reviews first, even if it looks promising just be skeptical, they aren’t always reliable. I bought one for £30 on amazon a few weeks back cause of my breathing problems, turns out it was really bad anxiety. The SpO2 kept changing with every finger and at one point was like 55 so technically I should have been in hospital. It went back up to 98 again on another try and did the same to my sister. Check before you buy.


Warning - Some reviewers are just thick - and I think he needs to change his Docor
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Edited by: "restyler" 11th Jun
tmylm11/06/2020 22:05

Watch out and make sure you check all of the reviews first, even if it …Watch out and make sure you check all of the reviews first, even if it looks promising just be skeptical, they aren’t always reliable. I bought one for £30 on amazon a few weeks back cause of my breathing problems, turns out it was really bad anxiety. The SpO2 kept changing with every finger and at one point was like 55 so technically I should have been in hospital. It went back up to 98 again on another try and did the same to my sister. Check before you buy.


...I think it supposed to be put on index finger of left hand
jat247411/06/2020 20:41

It's easy to test the calibration of the heart rate monitor. Find your …It's easy to test the calibration of the heart rate monitor. Find your pulse (neck or wrist will do) use your watch/phone/ clock and count you pulse for a minute and then check the results against what this device gives you.


Easier to count your pulse for 15 sec and multiply by four
wh1zzard11/06/2020 23:04

Easier to count your pulse for 15 sec and multiply by four


Not everyone is that good at the maths.
jat247411/06/2020 23:05

Not everyone is that good at the maths.


That’s how many doctors used to do, just reduces the chance to miscount
Why has the op kept the price at £16.99 when it’s not £15.99 after the £8 discount?
Edited by: "H0TDEALER" 11th Jun
restyler11/06/2020 22:25

Warning - Some reviewers are just thick - and I think he needs to change …Warning - Some reviewers are just thick - and I think he needs to change his Docor[Image]


Make me wonder what kind of nurse this was
H0TDEALER11/06/2020 23:14

Why has the op kept the price at £16.99 when it’s not £15.99 after the £8 d …Why has the op kept the price at £16.99 when it’s not £15.99 after the £8 discount?


When I purchased it, this was the price I paid but it looks like it’s been reduced since. This might be due to the fact mine is already on its way for tomorrow and now the next delivery day is Monday. I hear also you can get it even cheaper if you opt in for “no rush” delivery.
wwwdotwhat11/06/2020 23:26

When I purchased it, this was the price I paid but it looks like it’s been …When I purchased it, this was the price I paid but it looks like it’s been reduced since. This might be due to the fact mine is already on its way for tomorrow and now the next delivery day is Monday. I hear also you can get it even cheaper if you opt in for “no rush” delivery.


Update the price on the post tho son. It’s £15.99 now
jat247411/06/2020 20:37

Why would you be interested in the approval of the American food and drug …Why would you be interested in the approval of the American food and drug administration? Surely you would want something approved by our own government/NHS.



That do not claim UK approval, but they do FDA. I want to know if they are approved by a known authority or if the claims are fake, therefore making the item untrustworthy. We can't trust the reviews on Amazon as so many are proven by which and others to be fake or paid for.
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