Zacurate Pro Series 500DL Fingertip Pulse Oximeter Blood Oxygen Saturation Monitor with Silicon Cover, Batteries and Lanyard (Royal Black)

(8 customer reviews)


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  • ACCURATE AND RELIABLE – Accurately determine your SpO2 (blood oxygen saturation levels), pulse rate and pulse strength in 10 seconds and display it conveniently on a large digital LED display.
  • FULL SPO2 VALUE – The ONLY LED pulse oximeter that can read and display up to 100% for SpO2.
  • SPORT/HEALTH ENTHUSIASTS – For sports enthusiasts like mountain climbers, skiers, bikers or anyone interested in measuring their SpO2 and pulse rate. SpO2 and Pulse Rate now faces instead of away from the user for an easy read.
  • ACCOMODATES WIDE RANGE OF FINGER SIZES – Finger chamber with SMART Spring System. Works for ages 12 and above.
  • LOADED WITH ACCESSORIES – Include 2X AAA BATTERIES that will allow the pulse oximeter to be used right out of the box, a SILICON COVER to protect your pulse oximeter from dirt and physical damage and a LANYARD for convenience. Comes with 12 months WARRANTY and USA based technical phone support.

8 reviews for Zacurate Pro Series 500DL Fingertip Pulse Oximeter Blood Oxygen Saturation Monitor with Silicon Cover, Batteries and Lanyard (Royal Black)

  1. TucsonTandem

    I’m a physician. I bought the device to have at home during the covid pandemic, figuring that in case anyone in the house felt ill, we could check their oxygen saturation and decide if we needed to seek care immediately. The unit sat in its box since we bought it four month ago, until last night when I wasn’t feeling very good. I used the device and on multiple readings my oxygen saturation varied between 87% and 91%. I went to the emergency room, where my oxygen saturation was 97%. I came back home and tried the device again; it read 91%. We checkedmy wife’s pulse ox, and with no symptoms or medical problems she read only 93%. So, this gadget doesn’t live up to its reputation

  2. Johnny

    In this uncertain Covid era, we learned it was wise to have an Oximeter on hand to measure oxygen levels. As I started to research, I immediately discounted brands new to the market since the onset of Covid-19. Instead, I found two that had many longtime reviews from satisfied users. Two stood out, the Zacurate Pro Series 500DL and the MiBest Oximeter. To my surprise, virtually everything was sold out and I thought I’d struck gold simply by scoring a MiBest after it was almost always out of stock. Once I’d ordered the MiBest and delivery was delayed, I found the Zacurate and ordered it, too. Which is best?

    See the photo above with Zacurate in black at left, and MiBest at right. One thing to know up front is that prices are skyrocketing for finger oximeters. They are suddenly hot items on the market. Some quick research showed that the well regarded MiBest had been selling for $30 for years, but at the time of this review its price is fluctuating between $50 and $55 when purchased directly from the company. The Zacurate has always been priced at less than $30 and I felt lucky to score one to compare to the more expensive MiBest.

    As it turns out, the Zacurate came a week faster than the MiBest. Simply put, it’s fantastic. Is $30 too good to be true when others can be $50 and up? I truly applaud Zacurate for not taking advantage at this time of tight finances for many in need of reliable health monitoring. It comes with a useful manual yet I learned the most from quick Internet research, such as normal health oxygen levels are between 94-100 and levels lower than that but still above 90 are normal for others. If your reading is under 90, consult your doctor.

    The Zacurate is consistent for both oxygen and pulse readings. Place it on a flat surface, stick your index finger in, bottom side down, press button to turn on unit and wait 5-6 seconds for the readout.

    When the MiBest came a few weeks after I ordered it, we were already 100% satisfied with the Zacurate. It does not include much documentation but also works well and has consistent readings. If you feel you must have an oximeter in hand ASAP, and the MiBest is available, I do recommend it yet am disappointed its price at $50-55 has nearly doubled.

    If you can find Zacurate available, and it costs less than the MiBest, it’s the clear first choice. It’s a trusted and very easy to use oximeter at a great price for home users like us, and medical professionals, too. Its readout is vertical, just as your finger will be. Thus, it’s easier to read than the horizontally oriented MiBest.

    I hope this long review has been of some assistance and wish you and yours good health and strength. We believe better days are ahead.

  3. Dancing Man

    Just compared this to another inexpensive finger oximeter I purchased a few months ago. Both take maybe 15 seconds for readout and this one provides about the same reading as the other; no more than 1 digit off (when one said 98% O2 saturation, the other might have said 97% or 99%). Close enough for my purposes. From a study I ready somewhere, these inexpensive finger pulse oximeters are generally accurate when you’re reading someone that’s between 90% and 100% saturation. A Nonin Onyx professional quality ($186.00) is certainly appropriate in a medical setting when patients may be dropping below 90% but I think these inexpensive ones would be enough to let you know if you should be getting medical attention.

  4. Kathy Redinger

    Very easy to use. Was in hospital for lung issues. Need this at home!

  5. Hal Seiple

    I bought this for my dad the display is very easy to read. Seems to be accurate would recommend to a friend.

  6. Ninja Warrior

    I am a retired doctor and just purchased two pulse oximeters to have in case we develop COVID-19, so I can monitor at home. I purchased Santamedical Generation 2 Fingertip Pulse Oximeter Oximetry Blood Oxygen Saturation Monitor with Batteries and Lanyard, as well as this product: Zacurate Pro Series 500DL Fingertip Pulse Oximeter. I purchased two to be sure that I had one I could count on. The Santamedical Gen 2 works rapidly and accurately, and is highly recommended. The Zacurate Pro Series 500DL is very disappointing. It is slow. If finger is not warm it does not give accurate result. Worst of all is that, although I have received accurate results, sometimes it will report frightenly low, but inaccurate results. This not a product I can recommend.

  7. Mr. Kay

    I was hoping this would be a good product, but unfortunately an instrument that isn’t calibrated correctly is worthless.
    This meter is consistently 3% low compared with 5 other meters reading while on my fingers at the same time.
    I do expect an inaccurate meter to slip through, but the worst part was the company’s response that I shouldn’t expect it to be accurate for the price.
    They didn’t even offer to exchange it for another meter.
    So I definitely do not recommend buying this. Now it just sits in a drawer.
    Complete waste of money and terrible customer service.

  8. Dan Toomey

    Great, easy to understand instructions and the unit works the same as the one that my Doctor used

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