Reviews and Problems with iHealth Wireless Pulse Oximeter
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Works OK as far as it goes.
Robert E, Apple Store
15 October 2014
Summary: Device Bluetooths ok with a bit of fumbling around. BUT IT WOULD BE A LOT HANDIER IF IT WOULD RECORD OXYGEN AND HR OVER A PERIOD OF TIME. LIKE OVERNIGHT. Then sleep apnea people and such could use it, and APPLE WOULD HAVE A LOT MORE CUSTOMERS! Just spot measures of Oxygen and HR are OK, but not all that useful except in limited health situations.
Blue tooth connection unreliable/app pretty much useless
Xue S, Apple Store
28 September 2014
Summary: Got it for a month and it's a catch 22 (mostly not able to) to get it connected to the phone or iPad. Replaced it with a new unit and it's the same. The app lacks any useful feature. It would be nice to be able to record at a defined intervals for an extended period. But it does not. When connected to iPhone, all it does are displaying a flimsy diagram of the measurement.
Summary: Device has capacity to transmit data, and ipad has plenty of capacity to record. But after purchase, discovered the app is lame, and will not record more than few minutes. Not ready for prime time. But as one comment stated, "that would be cool". Duh.
Summary: It took me all of 5 minutes to unpack and set up my Oximeter. Bluetooth connected to my iPhone and iPad with no effort, and as I use both I found that all my data is on both. No effort on my part, they keep both up to date. This has been as effortless a purchase as I would want. The Oximeter is very well built and looks very good.