I’m absolutely in love with my ring. It’s awesome to have continuous monitoring while I sleep. It’s comfortable and holds a charge for the whole night. The app works great as well to give easy to read and use information.
Very useful device. I appreciate the vibrating alarm that you can set to alert you to a chosen level of oxygen saturation.
As a doctor myself I am keen to use this on patients who might have as sleep apnea.
Very interesting results after 1 week of use. Night 1 pic on left shows problems that worried me. So I took some corrective action in the first 6 days (better meal at dinner, not eating after 7pm, nose spray, better hydrated, changed pillows, etc), took advantage of the ring feature to buzz me when my SPO2 dropped low, monitored every night, and last night's results are on the right. It's a noticeable improvement, and more importantly, I feel much better. I'm data-driven generally, so this device is great for me.
I can see what is going on as I sleep. I can print out copy for doctors, and for me it helped me not take a higher milligram of meds, because my heart rate was too low in my sleep. Thank GOD I had this.
This device works exactly as advertised! It exceeds my expectations in terms of form fit and function. On the first night this device confirmed my suspicion that my heart rate was going very low causing circulation issues during my deep sleep. I was surprised to see that my blood oxygen saturation levels still remained high during those periods of very slow heart rate. I recommend this product. Best regards KS
I can’t wear a cpap or a snore guard. I have found the 02 ring is better than nothing in that it will arouse me when my 02 is low. I am planning on letting my daughter try it when I see her at Christmas and will order her one if it works for her.
I absolutely love my O2 ring tracker! I live at 10,600’ elevation and use supplemental oxygen during sleep. The ring tracker gives me peace of mind knowing that if my O2 levels drop below 88%, I’ll be awakened by the ring vibration. (Note: The threshold is user adjustable from 80%-95%.)
Also important is the comfort. I’d done an overnight oxygen study in the past, and the pulse oximeter bruised my finger. With the ring tracker, it’s so comfortable that I’ve sometimes awoken in the morning forgetting it’s even on.
I find the sleep report that can be downloaded to my PC to be especially helpful. It gives me detailed hourly graphs that I can take to my doctor for review. The report is comparable to an actual sleep study report. (See pix)
I highly recommend this monitor to anyone at altitude and/or with oxygen issues.
I like O2Ring very much. It looks good, is comfortable to wear and it doesn't come off during the night. The setup is effortless - just put it on your finger and open the app. There is a lot of data in the app and it is possible to zoom into the graphs. Great product!
I was diagnosed with sleep APNEA after a one night sleep study. The sleep center recommended my using a CPAP machine. Subsequently, my O2Ring showed that my breathing performance varies a lot from night to night. What kind of night was the basis for my diagnosis? The Cleveland Clinic Sleep Disorder Guide provides a list of prospective alternatives for mild to moderate sleep APNEA. The O2Ring allows you to objectively measure your breathing performance while trying these alternatives and making adjustments until you get it right. In my case, I may NEVER need a CPAP machine. I do need to avoid sleeping on my back and use a nasal spray every night before bed. I consult with my physician. Everyone should consult with their physician. Bring your O2Ring reports to your doctor visit.