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Choicemmed MD-300-C2 Portable Fingertip Pulse Oximeter with Dual Color OLED Displays

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Choicemmed MD-300-C2 Portable Fingertip Pulse Oximeter with Dual Color OLED Displays

The Choicemmed MD-300-C2 finger pulse oximeter is designed for spot-checking oxygen saturation levels in blood and pulse. With it, athletes, pilots, and people who would like to know your can get accurate SpO2 rate and pulse readings quickly. Operation of this pulse oximeter is simple and convenient. Just plug one finger into the comfortable clamp and press the button on the front panel (details please read the user manual). Complete measurement soon, pulse bar, pulse, press will appear on the two-color OLED display.


  • Oxygen pulse and saturation measurement, Pulse bar and pulse waveform displays
  • Simple operation for immediate, real-time, Spot controls. Automatic shutdown function. battery-low indicator
  • Luxury, Dual color OLED displays, 4 directions, 6 display modes, 10 adjustable brightness levels
  • One lanyard, 2 AAA alkaline batteries, one user manual
  • Only for sports and / or aviation use

  • Finger Pulse Oximeter
  • User manual
  • 2 1.5V AAA

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