Most helpful critical review
114 of 120 people found the following review helpful
on June 25, 2012
This Oximeter might be OK if your saturation is constantly in the 90's, but then, do you really need an oximeter then? This meter has shown errors of 20 points or more compared to the doctor's and the hospital's name brand certified meters. This is not suitable if you really need a meter. The selling company- EVA Medical Group, out of Houston, Texas, Offered return and restocking fees that, when included with the return postage, made returning it a wash, then threatened to deduct if it was deemed non-resalable. This one might have been returned and resold a few times. The silicone sheath that came with it is too large to stay on. I recommend you avoid this product, and after trying other offerings of the cheap Chinese meters, have spent my money on a Nonin, and now get readings that are within 1 point of the hospital's and doctor's readings.