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Nonin Go2 Achieve Fingertip Pulse Oximeter, Blue

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Specifications for this item
Brand Name Nonin Go2
Color Name Blue
EAN 0833166001549 , 0833166001631
Fabric Type N/A
Item Weight 0.08 pounds
Part Number go2
UPC 833166001631
Warranty 2-year

Nonin Medical, a US company and the inventor of fingertip pulse oximetry, is proud to offer the G... Read full product description



Product Features

  • Best Value - Get the most for your money - Proven Accuracy & Durability
  • Best Quality - Made in the USA by the leading and most trusted manufacturer of oximeters
  • Full 2 year warrenty
  • 2400 Spot Checks on 1 AAA Battery
  • Concord is an Authorized Nonin Distributor

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
  • ASIN: B0025RDKA8
  • Item model number: 9570
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (153 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,675 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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Product Description

Nonin Medical, a US company and the inventor of fingertip pulse oximetry, is proud to offer the GO2 line of products. The affordable GO2 line provides reliable oxygen saturation and heart rate values without compromising accuracy. The GO2 Achieve is for anyone who is interested in knowing their oxygen saturation and heart rate. Applications would be for use during exercise or daily activities, during air travel for the passenger or pilot, and for extreme sports such as mountain climbing. GO2 Achieve is not a medical device and does not require a prescription from your medical professional. Comes with 2 year warranty, 1 AAA battery and users guide.

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Indications
low blood oxygen, COPD, Asthma, mesothelioma, lung cancer, hypoxia, altitude sickness, mountain climbing, aging, lung problems, check oxygen, patient monitoring, chronic lung disease

Customer Reviews

This product is easy to use and very portable.
Mathmateer
Nonin, I learned, makes professional models costing hundreds.
M. Barnett
Now I have a hard time getting it to even read sometimes.
Dean Hampton

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

105 of 109 people found the following review helpful By M. Barnett on November 30, 2009
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I bought the Nonin GO2 for my mom who uses oxygen at night and has had blood oxygen saturation problems lately. Her level is normally 97-98 but sometimes drops to 90. I wanted her to know when it got low. I researched several brands of home meters. Nonin, I learned, makes professional models costing hundreds. But the GO2 uses the same technology in the home use meter. The difference is that the GO2 is not "certified" thought technically its just as accurate and reliable as a professional unit. The meter is very easy to use. It automatically turns on when placed on the finger. It takes 5-10 seconds to give O2 level and pulse rate. Then it shuts off automatically once removed. A single AAA battery lasts about 4000 readings. It has a great warranty (2 years) and seems very accurate. Highly recommended product!
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106 of 114 people found the following review helpful By Anonymous on March 29, 2010
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I am a respiratory therapist and I have been using this device for about five months now. It is relatively cheap compared to the Nonin Onyx but as a medical professional I would recommend spending the extra money and having a nicer device. This pulse ox does not read sometimes. (not because of fingernail polish or hypotension/hypothermia; although that messes with the reading too like all pulse oximeters) This pulse ox tends to read lower than usual than most other devices. Why? I don't know.

Is it bad? Not entirely, This is probably the ideal device for athletes who want to check their pulse and oxygen saturation.
In other words, it's perfect for those who are completely healthy and normal, It's only $99 and will work great for you.

Is it great? No, I would recommend using a Nonin Onyx if you are buying to use in a hospital or medical setting,
Cough up 200 dollars.
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51 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Ofer Bretter on August 29, 2009
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After using this product I came to a conclusion that it really doing its job.
It give very accurate results and is very easy to use.

product main properties:
- Continues measurement (results displayed and updated continuously).
- Automatic ON and OFF (no buttons!!!)
- clearly readable LCD display (with backlight) - Very accurate. results are repeatable - tested on different fingers both hands, on short time period,
resulting difference + or - 1BPM, + or - 1%SPO2 (which is the device resolution, so the actual accuracy maybe even higher).
- Give an indication on measurement quality (pulse strength indication).
- Uses standard AAA battery.
- Battery level indicator.

Highly recommended!!!
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Stefan on June 27, 2010
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We purchased this device to use on a loved one with pulmonological problems. It gave readings on average five points below hospital equipment. Duration of readings made no difference. There are other devices within $50 that are accurate when compared to industry standard tested and accurized pulse-ox equipment.

We were advised by our pulmonologist and respiratory therapist not to use this device for the patient. We also discovered that this device is not accurate on healthy people either. I average 97% - 98% but get 92% - 93% on this device.

I am currently dealing with the manufacturer trying to get an accurate device. If you have medical reasons for buying one of these, spend a little more for a better device. You don't need to spend $499 for the top of the line device anymore. Look at what RTs and Nurses are using.

I don't believe that any of the 5 star reviewers had the opportunity to compare this device's readings with equipment in an ER or ICU. The ONLY difference should be the time it takes for a good reading, which can take up to four minutes. This device never did that.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Clare Workman on September 23, 2009
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We were impressed with this item when the nurses used it at my husband's recent hospital stay. I wrote down the name and model number to check out on Amazon. The one we bought works exactly the same and gives peace of mind when recovering from pneumonia. The price was very reasonable @ $99.00.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By C. Schmidt VINE VOICE on March 28, 2010
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Nonin GO2 Achieve Oximeter

My father was recently admitted to the hospital with a pulmonary embolism. His oxygen levels were dangerously low and we knew that when he was released from the hospital he would be on oxygen for a while. I bought this oximeter so that we could easily track his oxygen levels at home.

First, and most important, this oximeter is very accurate. We compared its reading to the large unit they used at the hospital and it was always within 1 point of the hospital's reading. After the hospital, my father was in an nursing facility for a month while his lung healed. The entire time we were able to use our oximeter and again it was always within 1 point of the nursing unit readouts. Now he is at home and we have total confidence in this oximeter.

This device is so easy to use. There is no off/on switch, you simply put it on your finger and it takes a reading in about 5 seconds. When you take it off your finger, it automatically turns off. Although a reading appears quickly, it is best to wait 30-60 seconds to let the reading settle down so it is more accurate.

The oxygen saturation reading is in large digits. Below that is your heart rate, in smaller font size. For those of us who need reading glasses, it would be better if Nonin made the pulse rate the same size as the oxygen reading. :) However, it is very handy that both the saturation and heart rate are available on one screen. I didn't realize it when I was researching oximeters, but it ends up that if you need to track oxygen saturation for medical reasons, you typically also need to track the patient's heart rate. It worked out great that this device has both.

An additional great feature is that the LCD display is backlit.
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