eCheck for DansDeals
About the eCheck
Ideal for anyone who wants to check their oxygen saturation level and overall wellness especially now during the Covid pandemic and the cold winter months.
The Elepho eCheck pulse oximeter uses advanced reflective pulse oximetry optical technology to measure your pulse and to check how much oxygen is in your blood.
Just place your finger in the device and turn it on. A large LCD display gives you precise results in just a few seconds.
eCheck makes it simple for anyone to take a measurement day or night. Save time and money, by eliminating unnecessary trips to the doctor or clinic.
- eCheck reads accurately through nail polish, noise, movement and vibrations.
- Large LCD display gives precise results in a few seconds – ideal for geriatrics or people with poor vision.
- Soft finger sleeve (thimble). No uncomfortable finger spring clips. Automatic shutoff Saves battery.
- Package includes eCheck pulse oximeter, battery, and lanyard for easy access to the device.
QUICK AND EASY
The eCheck Fingertip Pulse Oximeter provides quick and accurate pulse measurements and oxygen saturation readings.
eCheck makes it simple and comfortable for anyone to measure their oxygen saturation levels.
eCheck uses advanced reflective pulse oximetry optical technology to measure your pulse and oxygen saturation levels. This technology works by placing an integrated sensor on one side of your finger, and using light it measures your vital signs quickly and accurately. This technology enables the eCheck to obtain an accurate reading through nail polish, noise, movement and vibrations.
eCheck operates at very low power with up to 300 hours of battery life.
Place the eCheck device on any finger. Press the button and in a few seconds, an accurate measurement of your vital signs will appear on LCD display. Press the button a second time to rotate the display read-out for easy viewing of the recordings. Device shuts off automatically.
MADE FOR EVERYONE
Good for all ages - from children to seniors.
Great for people who suffer from asthma, COPS, and diabetes.