The Oxi Up oximeter is a portable clip-on oxygen level monitor that can read your oxygen level when clipped on to your finger. It uses a technology that shines light through your skin. This monitor has a large digital display, making it easy to see the percentage level of oxygen in your blood, and includes a reading of your heart rate. Oxi Up can clip on to any size finger, opening wide with a press on the end of the spring-loaded clip.
The cost of Oxi Up is $59.99 and the shipping is FREE!
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An oximeter such as the Oxi Up reads the oxygen level in your blood, calculated to show what percentage of oxygen is actually in the blood, compared to the most oxygen you ever could have. This is also known as the Sp02 level. If your oxygen level percentage is lower than it could be, this is an important early warning sign that you may be affected by COVID-19. With Oxi Up, you can check the percentage of oxygen in your blood. You can get help faster if the percentage does not look close to what it should be.
Oxi Up is a durable, plastic clip-on monitor that is finger size. It can be brought with you wherever you go.
The large digital numeric percentage display is easy to read.
Oxi Up also reads and displays your heart rate, so you can observe if there is anything unusual about your heart rate in addition to your oxygen level.
This is basically the same technology used in medical settings, packaged and sold for you to check your own blood oxygen level. Now you can do this without the trouble of going to the doctor.
Oxi Up and the dual-monitor sets sold on its product website come with a money-back guarantee if returned within 30 days. This does not include shipping and handling.
Oxi Up is a pulse oximeter. A pulse oximeter shines light through your skin from one side of the clip-on device to a reader on the other. The more light is blocked by the hemoglobin proteins in your blood, the more oxygen is in your blood. This is called oxygen saturation. Normal oxygen saturation should be between 95% and 99% of the total possible. Hospitals and Doctors use the same technology that is in this oximeter.
The advertisement for the product refers to this technology as microtechnology. To be more specific, once the light-blocking density of your blood is measured by the device, it uses a calculation, or algorithm, to come up with the percentage of oxygen saturation based on it.
Just clip this oxygen monitor on your finger. It will take a few seconds to calculate and display your percentage of oxygen saturation. The bottom number, displayed slightly larger, is your oxygen level. Your heart rate is the top number in the display.
Not to leave you empty-handed, the Oxi Up does come with an instructional guide. This will clarify any questions you may have about how to use, or what each number on the display means.
There has been debate about whether people should carry pulse oximeters such as Oxi Up. The webpage for the product advertises peace of mind. However, it is not clear that if an individual is coming down with COVID-19, that individual won't notice other symptoms first. In some cases, it has been noted that people can feel like they are not short of breath, and yet have declining oxygen levels. This would seem to argue in favor of buying and using a product like this. On the other hand, we do not want to become overly anxious, checking our fingers every twenty minutes unnecessarily.
The product is sold singly or in a set of two plus masks. If you have a husband, wife, son, daughter, or other loved one living with you who is in approximately the same risk category for COVID-19 as yourself, the set of two may usefully save money. It is discounted from the amount you would pay if you bought two monitors sold separately.
If you buy the set of two monitors, plus Air Police masks, and then do not like the product, you can take advantage of the 30-day money-back guarantee. However, you will not want to return used masks as these could hasten the spread of COVID-19, which this product is designed to help check for. It is not clear whether the manufacturer would refuse to refund on this basis, but it is doubtful. What the manufacturer would care more about is getting the pulse oximeters back.
This product is similar in price and design to many pulse oximeters. The Easy Home fingertip pulse oximeter comes in as the cheapest competitor, but looks fatter and more rigid for fingertip placement. Other oximeters are priced approximately the same. A medical-grade pulse oximeter with a Bluetooth connection was priced in the hundreds at the top end of the product range. It is unclear why anyone would need Bluetooth technology with an oximeter.
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