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Balanced Health Bundle

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SANTAMEDICAL

BUNDLE INCLUDES 
Santamedical Dual Color OLED Pulse Oximeter Fingertip
The Santamedical finger pulse oximeter measures your blood oxygen saturation and pulse rate. This device is designed for occasional and spot check monitoring.

2-in-1 Professional Clinical Large LCD Non-Contact Infrared Thermometer
The non-contact infrared (IR) clinical thermometer provides a simple, expedient, and precise way for initial fever screenings by taking the temperature of areas on the face such as the forehead or tear ducts. It obtains the body temperature reading with 0.3-degree accuracy in less than 1 second.

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Julieta Macababbad
Balanced Health Bundle

IT'S perfect!

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Kealahiki
Product is easy to use and clear to read.

Really like the ease of use on this product. I purchased it for my dad and it is easy for him to read and understand.

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T37C
Excellent tool

Easy diagnostic tool

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Lucy Mae
Dependable

This is the second one I brought of the same thing. I bought another one of a difference brand and send it back because it did not work out of the box. I recommend everybody keeps one in the house.

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Edwin Kramer
Great value and easy to use

After a recent surgery, it was noted on discharge that oxygen levels were a bit low so they prescribed oxygen for a short period during recovery. Got the oxygen but didn't know if it was helping. You would think they would provide a pulse oximeter. Looked at Amazon and saw this one had a lot of reviews and people were happy. It was delivered within 12 hours and works as described and oxygen level are normal.Only thing I have as a negative is that the instructions give no description of what the measure values mean and what is considered normal. You can find the info online but would be nice to have it in the instructions or a link to a site. PI% is the one measurement that was a bit confusing but seems to give an indication on the reliability of the reading. The higher the percentage the better/