Quest 3-in-1 Pulse Oximeter


The Quest Pulse Oximeter is designed to support individuals as they monitor their pulse rate and oxygen saturation. This lightweight portable device takes fast, non-invasive measurements at the fingertip. Ideal for monitoring heart rate and oxygen saturation during sports activities, while exercising or during air travel.

$ 35.47

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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars
Quest Oximeter, June 30, 2013
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m0therg00se (KernersvilleLand, USA) – See all my reviews

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I bought this Oximeter because it has three functions instead of two. I wanted to try the perfusion index feature which measures the pulse strength at the site. NO other Oximeter has this feature that I’ve found. I’ve compared it to a hospital calibrated Oximeter and it is 98% accurate. It comes with a nylon bag and a neck lanyard but no release from cord without taking it off completely. It is a bit larger than my M70A but I like them both. This meter has a curved finger fitting and will fit any size finger. The display is easy to read as well and can be turned right or left. It uses 2 AAA batteries and it turns off as soon as finger is removed. I use this because I have sleep apnea with hypoxemia. It helps when I’m not getting enough oxygen to know when to use my oxygen machine. I didn’t give this meter 5 stars because my M70A Oximeter is more accurate but doesn’t have the PI feature. I like them both. This is a very good meter for the money. One thing I forgot to mention, give the meter about 30 seconds after you put it on your finger to give an accurate reading. It will scroll thru a few numbers first before getting it exact.

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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars
Very good but…, December 6, 2012
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This oximeter eats batteries ravenously. Battery lasts about ten uses. Otherwise, the meter works just like advertised. Information displayed is just what I need and expected.

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
A STAR in MY book, January 4, 2014
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BettyWriter “BettyWriter” (Vallejo, CA United States) – See all my reviews

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I have been using an oximeter for over 7 yrs, off and on as health issues popped up. My husband had COPD so it got a lot of use at that point. Our first was identical to the one we saw in our Dr.’s office, a little black Nonin Onyx, which was over 0 at that time, but it served us well, until it disappeared. When I replaced it with the Quest, I didn’t expect much because it was inexpensive, but until I found the Nonin I needed to know oxygen levels and pulse rate.

I was rather pleased with the unit initially and it seemed to be accurate enough for home use. As time went on, I realized that some features were hidden until needed; it has chirp alarms which sound when the oxygen saturation goes to 90 or below, and when the pulse rate goes up to 120 or higher. I can leave it on my finger for several minutes and read, or watch tv and be alerted when there’s a problem, which was convenient when I started documenting events for my disbelieving doctors. Based on a pulse reading of 29 for almost 4 hrs, my friend convinced his cardiologist to order a Holter monitor for 48 hrs, and he had a pacemaker implanted within 2 days!

His cardiologist said the low reading was probably an artifact because an irregular heartbeat causes even expensive hospital medical equipment to give false readings; the feedback from the Holter monitor showed a pulse rate as low as 26.

The oximeter takes a long time to display numbers if you have an irregular heartbeat: 20-60 seconds or longer. Now that he has a pacemaker, the display kicks right up with pulse and oxygen readings for him, but my readings still take a long time to display because of irregularities.

The display at the bottom of the screen shows a graph of heartbeats; sometimes mine look like plateaus, mesas and needle rocks in a desert scene, but his show nice regular mounds, one after another. The perfusion index on the right side of the display shows the strength of heartbeats. Even his surgeon was impressed with this little gem and asked where I bought it.

I’ve givne several away to friends who have problems, it’s relatively inexpensive and dependable, a very nice ace-in-the-hole when you’re feeling puny and wondering why.

The batteries last an incredibly long time, especially considering hard usage, (I’ll leave it on my finger and snuggle down with a book for 30 minutes or more.) This one is a star in MY book.

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