ADC Diagnostix 2100 Digital Fingertip Pulse Oximeter

Item #: ADC-2100
Sale Price: $116.98
Compare at: $145.00

The new 2100 Fingertip Pulse Oximeter is a simple non-invasive digital device that indirectly measures the oxygen saturation of a patient's blood (SPO2). The fingertip pulse oximeter digitally displays the percentage of SPO2 along with the patient's pulse rate in six changeable display modes. Perfect for EMS, visiting nurse, or wherever portability is required.

  • Reads SPO2 and pulse rate
  • Six changeable display modes
  • Ten display brightness settings
  • Visual and audible alarms (modes 2-6)
  • 25% smaller than competing models
  • Bright OLED display
  • Secure, hinged battery cover
  • Carry lanyard and black rubberized bumper. (Optional orange bumper sold separately)
  • 2 AAA batteries
  • Instruction booklet
  • Two-year limited warranty

Overall Rating:

September 13, 2013

pulse ox

I love it its handy and accurate

A l.
bklyn, New York
October 25, 2011

GREAT

I use this on an average of about 40 patients per day. It is wonderful. Easy to use. Easy to carry. The beaping that informs you that a range is off helps greatly. I highly recommend this oximeter.

Ides
July 27, 2011

Does the job

I work as a COTA in a RN home/Rehab. It is very fast & accurate. I would recommend this to a Nurse or Therapist in a sub-Acute rehab working with cardiac clients & client on continuous oxygen.

Mary
June 19, 2011

Excellent

Nice item, easy to use, accurate readings.

Sandra
March 09, 2011

I like it

My dad is on oxygen but doesn't have to wear it all the time. I bought this so that he could keep track of his oxygen levels while he is without his oxygen on.

Lisa
February 28, 2011

so-so, a bit slow

I just got this in the mail this past Friday the 25th after ordering it on the 10th. The directions say it shows a reading typically within 4 seconds. Mine seems to be much slower; sometimes not giving a reading. I don't think the HR is very accurate as most of the time when I put it on my finger it will show in the 40's when I can feel my heart racing. Since I bought it for the sat number, I did compare it with the one we have at the hospital and seems to be /- 1 percent. The HR is accurate at times. It is convenient to always have on hand and be able to use to assess my patients more quickly. For the price, it was worth it.

Patti
February 22, 2011

Great tool

It used daily for family members

Cheryl
December 23, 2010

Good pulse ox for the super sale price!

I was so excited to get my own pulse ox! Only silent in the first orientation, I would like to change it, but then it beeps. Most of my patients are sleepy and cranky in the mornings from being poked all night by the nurses,

Melissa