Wearable Pulse Oximeter

(10 customer reviews)


Brand: Wellue
Compatible Devices: Smartphones, Desktops
Screen Size: 0.96 Inches
Battery Life: 16 Hours
Sensor Type: Wearable
Battery Description: Lithium-Ion
  • COMFORTABLE SOFT RING SENSOR: The lightest, smallest ring sensor for continuous tracking, durable and adapt to most fingers.
  • DETAILED APP & PC REPORT: Free APP & PC software provides graphic report and trends of data, reviewing real-time data in APP dashboard. Unlimited sharing of PDF and CSV reports.
  • UNUSUAL DATA MARKING: If the SpO2 level is lower than the preset threshold and heart rate is lower or higher than the preset threshold, the device will tell you and mark it in the report.
  • UNLIMITED STORAGE IN APP: When the device is connected to the APP via Bluetooth, the data will be uploaded automatically. The built-in memory can store 4 groups of 10 hours of data on device.
  • RECHARGEABLE: The device runs automatically when you wear it, up to 16 hours for a full charge.
  • NOTE: It’s not a medical device. This device is for Sports and Aviation use only and not intended for medical use.

Wellue O2Ring Wearable Pulse Oximeter, SPO2 Blood Oxygen Saturation Monitor – Bluetooth O2 Meter Ring Sensor with Vibration

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Product Description

O2ring sleep monitor
overnight pulse oximeter
pulse oximeter App

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Dimensions3.82 × 2.76 in
Package Weight

‎0.12 Kilograms

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Date First Available

September 3, 2020



10 reviews for Wearable Pulse Oximeter

  1. flinx

    looks exactly like the one my doctors use for sleep studies, just different logo on the screen. software is pretty easy to use. reports are easy to read and understand.only complaint is it causes my finger to itch after 1 or 2 uses. don’t know if I have an allergy to the rubber used or it’s just too tight. it is too tight on all but my ring or pinky finger. I’m 6’2″ and have big hands so it either pinches a nerve or cuts off circulation on other fingers. Same thing happens with the “medical grade” ones.because of the itchiness I cannot use it for more than a day or 2 with 5 to 10 days for my finger to stop itching. My doctor reviewed the report when I did a sleep study with their equipment and mine. she reported mine was “less sensitive” but I have not seen her report to compare.

  2. Nicholas M. Abarca

    I bought 3 of these and one started to malfunction, I noticed the service card for 1 year warranty in the box. The got back to me quick and sent out a replacement. They do want you to ship back the broken one. Which they didn’t tell me till later so I had already tossed it. The product is awesome 👍 highly recommend.

  3. Cindy Davies

    I read a lot of reviews for this O2 Ring and I have not been disappointed at all. They seem to continue working an updating the software which is nice. I read many reviews complaining about the band failing but I have not had any trouble. I have rather big hands so I wear it on my pinky finger to avoid stretching the back or breaking it. It may read a point lower but that’s not a big deal to me. When my O2 drops below 87 it vibrates and wakes you up (lightly), able to fall right back to sleep after I move positions. I left at a hotel and was not able to get it back and I have purchased another one, I feel it’s that important for my health, to CPAC needed. Highly recommend!! By tapping the ring it displays Time, O2 Level, and Heart rate.

  4. Pete Besio

    I have been using this product for 3 or 4 years, I have worn out at least one of them. This is a great data logging SPO2 monitor, I use it for exercise and sleep oxygen analysis. Their customer service is great, Lenora specifically has helped me recently and was GREAT!!

  5. Donna A. Mathews

    I have been using the device for a while now. I am using it to help with my sleep apnea. Using the app. I can see the times and levels of my oxygen intake. The app also shows my heart rate and how much move around at night. The battery easily covers a good 9 hour night. I can also keep the recordings to show my doctor. I can not use the CPAP machine. I set the device at 80% oxygen. Since I started using it at that level I am keeping my breathing in 95% range. When it starts to go lower the alarm is enough to make me breathe more to get the level back up to where it should be. 95%. The alarm can be annoying at times if you are having a lot of drops but you are not keeping you level up so that us what you want it to do. I have used it for 90 days. I do have bad nights where it drops lower but not that many. The read-outs help me to see what time my breathing drops and I can see what I was doing at that time. Most of my drops are when I am going back to sleep. It is usually steady the other times. The more I use it the better I am getting at controlling my breathing. I hope to up my percent to 85% and start over. I do believe that the size of the ring would make my readings better. There is some gap and I have to use a glove with a hole in it to keep it on. Right now I feel this device is working for me. I have done a lot of research and will be taking them to my doctor. These are my results and they are working for me.

  6. Linda S. Watts

    I think the ring is accurate, But my problem is it restarts itself 2 to 3 times each night. Very frustrating!

  7. Barbara McAlary

    Wellue o2 ring
    It works well and does exactly what it is supposed to do. It only holds 4 days of data though which is a little annoying. The data must be downloaded onto an app which is quite basic and has such small icons to show the scores, that it is virtually unable to be seen. So, I’m happy with the o2 ring, but find the app too basic.

  8. cb

    Used it for 30 months almost every day. Sleek and attractive. Data uploads easily to phone. Vibration alert works, and is adjustable in both level and intensity. Never slips off finger. No batteries to replace. App is easy to use. I liked it so much I bought their bp monitor also, which is also super easy and compact and sleek. Best part….when the oximeter electronics started being problematic, even though it was WAY past the 12 month warranty, their support was very helpful and offered, with no prodding, a 25% refund on the replacement cost for my new oximeter RIng

  9. Alan Studley

    I have sleep apnea. If I lay on my back, I do not have it if I lay on my sides. The O2 ring works perfectly buzzing and vibrating. When my PO2 drops I roll on my side go back to sleep. My wife loves it more than I do, because she’s not afraid of me dying in my sleep anymore.

  10. nick felstead

    Overall does the job well
    Got this for my mother (who has a lung condition) and overall we have been quite impressed, we use this as an alarm as to when she needs rest and focus on breathing during the day. so for anyone not using it for sleep tracking it works well for use during the day. A few improvements we would like to see would be:1. better battery life as the battery life lasts 8-10 hours in real life2. better app, while the app serves us well for basic information it could be made better with interconnectivity for other people to view (pay wall doesn’t even work when we try to set up remote view).3. there is a 2-3 minute delay (letting the algorithms do its thing i’m guessing?), it appears from when you start to move or breath poorly and when you get the alert on your ring (vibration), we have compared it to other oxygen sensors (over the counter and medical grade) and while it is accurate the tracking time is delayed. Would be nice if the data loop was shorter and was a little closer to real time data (<20 seconds).

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