Topic: Pulse Oximeters; An Amazing Use of Light
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Wish I had snapped one up in Jan when they were 35 dollars and not 70.


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My father who is a doctor sent me one early in the pandemic.  They key is that just before or as Covid symptoms hit, the oxygen will reduce from the 90%-98% range down to 60%.


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Can anyone recommend a good brand?  Not concerned about the price so much (will spend up to $100) but just want a good one and not get cuaght buying some cheap China shit (although I understand most electronics are mad e in China.)


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. said: Can anyone recommend a good brand?  Not concerned about the price so much (will spend up to $100) but just want a good one and not get cuaght buying some cheap China shit (although I understand most electronics are mad e in China.)

Quick search yields me to think I should up budget to $150-$200


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Quick search yields me to think I should up budget to $150-$200

I’m seeing them. At 30 dollars on amazon


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Quick search yields me to think I should up budget to $150-$200

I’m seeing them. At 30 dollars on amazon

Yes, those are very low quality


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Ask a pharmacist at CVS or Safeway!


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Quick search yields me to think I should up budget to $150-$200

I’m seeing them. At 30 dollars on amazon

Yes, those are very low quality

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I have both types. Both give exact same results and the cheaper is easier.



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