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Vibeat Oxyfit Bluetooth Oxygen Saturation Monitor, Rechargeable Fingertip Pulse Oximeter, Continuously Tracking Oxygen Level and Pulse Rate, Free APP



Final Price: $63.99 with code"Fit20"

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 1-Year Warranty

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Product Description

  • ACCURATE AND RELIABLE: Accurately check your oxygen level, pulse rate, and pulse strength and display it on the screen.
  • SOFT SENSOR: Unique duckbill probe is made of silica gel, which is soft and comfortable.
  • PORTABLE DESIGN: The built-in memory can store four groups of 1-hour data. Does not require a real-time connection to your phone.
  • FREE APP FOR ANDROID AND iOS: View real-time data, historical graphic records, and trends of oxygen level and heart rate without additional cost.
  • RECHARGEABLE OXIMETER: It can be used for 12 hours after being fully charged.
  • It is licensed by Health Canada. Model: PO6. MANUFACTURER: Viatomtech
  • NOTE: This device is for General Wellness use only and not intended for medical use. 

Shipping Policy

  • Free shipping on all orders
  • Shipping time: 2-4 Business days.
  • Shipping method: USPS, DHL, UPS, and FedEx.
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Return Policy

  • 30-day return: Dear customer, when you are dissatisfied with our products within 30 days after receiving the goods, we provide a return service, which requires you to pack and send all the items in the product to ensure that the product is the same as the one sent in the past.
  • 1-year warranty: Within one year of using this product, if any quality problems caused by non-human factors occur, we will provide return and exchange services.
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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Rick Tarleton
worked perfectly right out of the box

very solid - didn't even have to read the directions and it synced and ran perfectly. Reasonably comfortable and appears very accurate . My only concern is that in previous versions of the Android App, one could apparently output the data from the phone via a pdf or csv file. But the most recent version does not appear to have this option - which is a shame.