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Contec Full-Colour OLED USB Finger Pulse Oximeter & Heart Rate Monitor w/ 24hr Memory, Lanyard, 3pin UK USB Adapter & Full Analysis Software
Contec Full-Colour OLED USB Finger Pulse Oximeter & Heart Rate Monitor w/ 24hr Memory, Lanyard, 3pin UK USB Adapter & Full Analysis Software
Offered by WowBox UK (EU-wide shipping)
Price: £89.99

92 of 94 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great little device, 10 Jun. 2010
I spent a fair bit of time researching finger pulse oximeters. Whilst the majority featured 'live' data display, I was looking for one which I could use to measure my SP02 and heart rate during a nights sleep to diagnose possible sleep apnoea. The CMS-50E was the cheapest model I could find on the market with 24hr memory storage and USB facility so that you could wake in the morning and download the results to your PC. The device arrived well packaged in a small blue box and was complete with manual, software CD, lanyard and USB lead. Overall I was very pleased with this item. I have summarised below :

Pros :
Compact and easy to use
Display is very colourful, sharp and has the ability to be rotated.
Excellent Analysis software. Gives you the opportunity to record over a 24hrs period and give you some hard data which you can keep or take to your GP / consultant if needed.
High and Low alarm function, allowing you to preset Oxygen saturation and pulse limits for audible and visual alarms to trigger.
Memory storage or 'Real time' data transfer to PC software.
Excellent long life Li-Poly battery (USB charged)

Cons :
Manual - Although fairly detailed, it has obviously been translated from Chinese to English (Rather poorly). Not really a gripe as by using a little common sense its easily deciphered!
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