Best Smart Bands With Oxygen Level/SPO2 Checker | O2 Saturations For Covid

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Best Smart Bands With Oxygen Level/SPO2 Checker | O2 Saturations For Covid

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New Covid Double Mutants & Triple Mutant Strains Are Making The Situation Worse In Country. Best Way To Stay Safe During This Tough Time is Stay In Home.

There Are Lots Of Things You Can Do In Home For You & Your Family To Avoid The Covid Like Daily Temperature Checking , Blood Oxygen Saturation, Taking Healthy Diet , Immunity Increasing Medicines Like Vitamin-c , Zinc Etc Daily , Sanitisation Frequently Etc.

Best Smart Bands With Oxygen Level/SPO2 Checker
Smart Bands With O2 Level Monitor Prize
OnePlus Smart Band ₹2499
boat flash smartwatch ₹2599
Oppo Smart Band Style ₹2799
Amazfit Bip U Smart Watch ₹3999
realme Watch S ₹4999
Amazfit GTS2 mini ₹6999

  1. OnePlus Band – Cheapest Smart Band With Oxygen Saturation Checker

OnePlus Smart Band :1.1 Inch AMOLED Display, Dual-Color Band Design, Sleep Monitoring of Blood Oxygen Saturation (SpO2), 5ATM + IP68 Water & Dust Resistant(only Android Compatible Currently)
OnePlus Smart Band :1.1 Inch AMOLED Display, Dual-Color Band Design, Sleep Monitoring of Blood Oxygen Saturation (SpO2), 5ATM + IP68 Water & Dust Resistant(only Android Compatible Currently)
Removable main tracker design allows for effortless transition between dynamic dual-color strap combos.
On-demand daytime spot checks and continuous sleep monitoring of blood oxygen saturation (Sp02) quickly and accurately highlight potential health issues.
Access key mobile features directly from your wrist â includes music, camera shutter controls, call – message notifications and many more.
Aside from OTA software updates, the OnePlus Health app analyzes health data, provides insights and advice on your personal health.ï¼OnePlus Health App for iOS platform will be available in the near futureï¼

  1. BOAT flash smart watch
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    The brilliant 1.3" colour display is now full capacitive touch, supporting taps and swipes, so it is easy to read and operate.
    The strong polycarbonate case makes the ColorFit Pro 2 featherlight on your wrist and is available in 4 beautiful colours with matching swappable straps.
    24×7 heart rate monitoring with the built in optical HR monitor that measures your heart rate every five minutes.
    9 sports modes to cover all your activities, whether you walk, run, hike, bike, treadmill, work-out, climb, spin, or perform yoga.
    Log in to NoiseFit app and track your health and fitness details. Get insights on your progress and share your achievements with the world.
  1. Oppo Smart Band Style – Continuous SPO2 Monitoring
    Continuous SpO2 Monitoring – Dynamic SpO2 Monitoring to measure the oxygen saturation at any time during the day or night.
    Extra Strap free – Oppo band comes with an extra strap free in the box – You can always find the fit for your occasion and mood.
    1.1-inch color AMOLED screen with a resolution of 126 × 294 pixels with 2.5D curved-surface scratch-resistant glass
    40 Watch face designs and 12 workout modes that includes Yoga, Cricket, Swimming and Fat Burn.
  1. Amazfit Bip U Smart Watch – SpO2 & Stress Monitor
    Smart Notifications for Incoming Calls, Text Messages, Apps, and Calendars
    Heart Rate Monitoring and PAI Heath Assessment System
    60+ Sports Modes and 5 ATM Water Resistance
    Stress Monitoring with Breathing Training
  1. realme Watch S – SpO2 & Heart Rate Monitoring
    Premium look and high durability with Aluminum Alloy case & Corning Gorilla Glass 3
    3.3cm (1.3 inch) TFT-LCD Touchscreen with Auto-Brightness adjustment
    360×360 pixels resolution with up to 600 nits Brightness
    Continous Heart Rate Monitor & Blood Oxygen (SpO2) Monitor

#6Amazfit GTS2 mini – SpO2 Level Measurement, Heart Rate, Sleep&Stress Monitoring
per-Light weight body with only 19.5 grams, 8.95 MM Thin body, comfortable to wear day & night and during sports activities.
70+ built-in sports modes and 5 ATM water-resistance.
1.55â AMOLED Display with high 314 PPI Resolution for a crystal clear image and sharp details.
24H Heart Rate Tracking, Female cycle tracking, Sleep quality monitoring, Stress level monitoring and BIO tracker 2 PPG.

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Please include boat flash smartwatch for 2499

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Swaminatha wrote:

Please include boat flash smartwatch for 2499

On boat website they’ve mentioned 2999 & oos. sad

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this.person.actually wrote:

On boat website they’ve mentioned 2999 & oos. sad

in amzon it is 2499 and it is alvailble
wait for flipkart sale you will get in 1999

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Invinci wrote:

in amzon it is 2499 and it is alvailble
wait for flipkart sale you will get in 1999

Yes already waiting for the sale, but if also available for same price on boat website then maybe we can get more discount with coupon codes

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VU

Can someone tell which one is the best for SpO2 monitoring?

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Does any watch has BP monitoring?

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Why not buy a dedicated Oximeter?
You’ll get it for <500

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B3A5T wrote:

Why not buy a dedicated Oximeter?
You’ll get it for <500

How come that cheap?

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B3A5T wrote:

Why not buy a dedicated Oximeter?
You’ll get it for <500

Where and which brand? I dont think so

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Sorry to say unless there’s a thorough demonstration of cross testing between a medical grade oximeter and the said bands, one cannot judge its accuracy. Go to YouTube and check whether anyone uploaded video of your desired band from the above list and compared it with a oximeter. That’s why I bought the HB5, as it was shown to be on par with oximeter readings.

A general consensus is though Xiomi products are poor for heart rate accuracy itself, cannot imagine how the Spo2 would be like.

Nutshell: Buy a smartband if you so wish but never for blood oxygen measurement.

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B3A5T wrote:

Why not buy a dedicated Oximeter?
You’ll get it for <500

Can you suggest any oximeter in range under 2000 unable to find any oximeter

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Spo2 on band/watches aren’t that accurate, don’t relay on those in these testing times.

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B3A5T wrote:

Why not buy a dedicated Oximeter?
You’ll get it for <500

Need to go back in time for that grin
And still only some brands like Flipkart Smartbuy types

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B3A5T wrote:

Why not buy a dedicated Oximeter?
You’ll get it for <500

We all want’s to know your location.
Just to buy it.😂

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avgn wrote:

Need to go back in time for that grin
And still only some brands like Flipkart Smartbuy types

If we can go back in time we might never need it.😝

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B3A5T wrote:

Why not buy a dedicated Oximeter?
You’ll get it for <500

price raised to 2500 already in last 3-4 days
cry
loot going everywhere

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hackerboys wrote:

price raised to 2500 already in last 3-4 days
cry
loot going everywhere

Not anything worthy even at that price all cheap bands.
For good quality like Dr. trust price are a much as ₹4500.

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B3A5T wrote:

Why not buy a dedicated Oximeter?
You’ll get it for <500

Yeah, I had bought it from Medlife Express on 14th April.
I was sceptical at first, but then it did it’s job. So no complaints.

https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/681107/medium/IMG_20210427_165219.jpg?1619522546

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ithehappy wrote:

HB5

sorry but ny understanding of these things is zero (not near zero, but complete zero).

once someone had suggested to a relative grandma that she should be made to wear some band to check if she has sound sleep or tosses and turns or wakes up often.

i just came by your post, si decided to ask.

these ‘whatever’ straps (i do not know too many jargons here/ names of the category)..
… simply by remaining in contact with body/skin (but not necessarily always in lab like ideal settings) .. these give vitals?

i tried looking up HB5 but did not get much. then i went to GSMArena.com and
it seems to be some ‘Honor’ branded product.
these things have a display …convenient enough to even read messages sent to the phone😮! wow!

so it is not too heavy or distracting at night (for senior citizens) despite whatever instruments it has?

so saying it has better battery back-up (usable time) than its predecessor, version 4. others saying it has ‘only’ 8-9 hours.
are these things expected to have 15-20 hours or more of usage times🤔

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Let me inform you something, at least my experience with the concerned product here, the Honour Band 5. It’s absolutely a useless piece of garbage in respect to tracking sleep, or measuring footsteps. It’s highly inaccurate for sleep tracking, you can wear it and watch a 3 hour movie (or activities similar wherein you remain idle) and provided your heart rate is below 70 in during the time the band will show you that you have had a 3 hour sleep. As a step counter, it under counts almost always. I used to take a 5 km walk and it would show me 3.5 km almost every damn time.

I bought it for the SpO2 mainly (after YouTube videos showing its on par with other medical grade oximeter) and also the heart rate. I measure them 3 times a day. The heart rate sensor is very very accurate. SpO2 I cannot confirm. Additional features like you say, able to read a text on the band’s display, or just see who is calling right on the band (I’m one of those who never take the mobile out of the pocket unless for a phone call when I’m outside and mine is always on vibrate) with that faint yet very much felt vibration, love it, very convenient.

If you need accurate sleep tracking then consider Fitbit products. They are said to be very accurate for sleep tracking. But obviously very expensive. If you need ECG/ heart rate related data and alert when your heart rate is not consistent then obviously the Apple Watch. You know the price of it. There’s another brand called Polar, which comes with chest straps and said to be the most accurate for measuring heart rate, stress level etc. But for sleep tracking alone the Fitbit should work (not sure which exact model though).

There’s a guy who reviews these products and compare them with one another in a very very thorough manner, an European with a doctorate or something. Late 30s with glasses, I forgot the channel name. I’ll try link you to the same at late night.

Nutshell: These Chinese products are exactly what they are supposed to be. Trying to do everything but at the end of the day not able to do anything properly/ perfectly. But for what I paid for the HB5 (1999) I’m more or less happy with it, not that happy that I will recommended this to someone who is serious about health though.

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If you need spo2 monitoring during these tough times and not ‘good to have’ feature i wouldn’t let my life depend on on these bands. Go for proper device like dr. Trust professional series. For normal fitness bands purpose mi band5, oneplus/oppo band are good. Again dont buy them to rely on their ‘accurate’ spo2.

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