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Wellue SleepU Oximeter SPO2 for oxygen saturation

Wellue SleepU Oximeter SPO2 for oxygen saturation

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Wellue SleepU Saturation Oximeter. SPO2 Bluetooth sleep apnea tracking.
Record multiple nights of sleep automatically and effortlessly. 

Wellue SleepU
Wrist Oxygen Monitor (Oxygen saturation levels)
Continuously Tracks O2 & Heart Rate.
Bluetooth connection, easy operation and nightly recording.

40 hour long Battery Life, accurate SPO2 Probe.

Ideal for anyone wishing to track their sleep apneas.

Track your blood oxygen levels continuously at night. Measure and record your blood oxygen saturation, pulse rates, and body motions every second with medical-grade accuracy. The rechargeable battery supports 4 nights of continuous measurement after one charge. 

  • Continuous Track and record oxygen levels & pulse rates.
  • Gentle vibration if SPO2 levels get too low; helps prevent apneas
  • Free Sleep Report
  • Shareable sleep analysis easily, no subscription fees.
  • Built-in Memory
  • Easily access information using your phone
  • 1 Charge: Last 40 hours

Device Compatibility

iOS/Android/PC/MAC
APP available.
Comfortable Design
Oximeter Saturation Probe
Lightweight, comfortable fingertip sensor worn for up to 72 hours
Sleep analysis helps you see if disruptions are occurring
Detailed Report shows sleep quality trends, you can see if your key vital signs are having an impact.

Please see full specs:
https://getwellue.com/blogs/respiratory/wellue-sleepu-sleep-monitor-review 

NOTE: This oximeter is designed for domestic use to monitor and document indications of hypoxemia. It is important to acknowledge that arterial oximetry results can differ across manufacturers; therefore, comparing vital readings or logged data with those from other oximeters is not advised. For the most accurate measurement of arterial saturation, use the thumb or middle finger.

If you are having sleep disturbances, please consult with your GP or send us a message. If sleep apnea is suspected, please discuss the possibility of a sleep test.

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