30 DAYS RETURN
Better than I expected. I am an Internist.
Good product, would like better PC connection.
Bought a different brand first but needed one with leads to fix up false readings and the Pulsebit is perfect and cheaper than other one
Love the product but the app won't work
Great product works well and very accurate. You can see that the product is well made and should last a long time. Very happy with my purchase...
This ECG monitor is great. My husband has occasional irregular heartbeats. The monitor is so easy to use, that we were able to quickly start recording as soon as he noticed the issue, and then print the reports and take them to his doctor. The monitor itself is so compact that it can easily be carried anywhere.
I purchased the Wellue Pulsebit Pulsebit EX EX to measure heart rate and ECG waves. The Pulsebit EX was delivered promptly and in perfect condition. I used the Pulsebit EX to record arrythmia, and the free software "Pulsebit Browser" to measure heart rate and waveform values which I compared to healthy waveform criteria, documenting occurrences of extreme waveform irregularities. I experimented with the "on device" sensors and the electrodes. I found the electrodes, properly positioned on my chest, were the best for evaluating P, QRS, S-T and T waves. All the sensors provided ECG waves measuring irregular heart rates over 220 bpm. I have shared much of the data with my primary care physician, who has quickly scheduled an appointment for me with a cardiologist. Prior to having this data my physician was not interested in my heart rate, waves as a possible explanation for my health concerns. Analyzing the ECG data allowed me to change my exercise routines to improve my health, significantly reducing severity of arrhythmia. I am very thankful to Viatom for developing and marketing the Wellue Pulsebit EX and Browser software.
I suffer from a traumatic abdominal injury and traumatic brain injury. Between the two, my heart rate varies randomly. I have used heart rate monitors, oxygen monitors, and finally my doctor recommended I get a portable ECG to monitor heart, pulse, and respiratory all at once (using guidance https://www.ndsu.edu/pubweb/~grier/1to12-lead-ECG-EKG.html). This device is very professional, simple, and powerful. The PC software Pulsebit Browser gives you some graphic tools that the professionals would use a ruler and pencil. I look forward to learning more.
I have used other devices from full medical grade ECG devices to various personal devices including the most popular out there, nothing works as smoothly and conveniently with awesome accuracy like this one. Has my highest recommendation.
I am very impressed with EKG monitor.I took twice a day readings the week of a doctor's appointment and printed them out to show my doctor. They said that the readings matched the EKG readings they took during the appointment.
I am only 31 and have had multiple heart surgeries including a 7 hour one in March. My heart is still dancing to the beat of its own drum and I have 5 Cardiologist trying to figure out what to do...I have multiple heart devices, and this one is great. The fact it has the lead wires that can go in your wrists or your chest, makes this device way more accurate tha the others. Instead of trying to explain to your doctor what you felt sometime in the last week/month, you can literally show him the EKG strip of what happened.
This is an excellent heart monitor and very easy to use. It can be used with the monitor alone or with the electrodes which come in the box. It looks well built and will last a long time. I'm very pleased and happy I got this.
I carefully shopped all of the available similar ECG monitoring products on the net and found the Pulsebit EX (USA) to be the one that leads in the technology while also providing enough detailed analysis to be relied upon for accuracy, ease of use, and the ability to store the readings on my PC for forwarding to the Cardiac Specialist in the event of a change in my readings. The price-point is also favourable.
Thomas R. Pomeroy
I like the Pulsebit EX for home use and Pulsebit Mate for travel. If I could only have one it would be the EX! I have been sending graph to my Cardiologist by email as he is 100 miles away! My Pulsebit gives me the ability to capture my problem when it happens anywhere.......scheduled testing has never produced a graph but the Pulsebit does!
The Pulsebit EX is very easy to use and has great free software that can be installed on a smartphone and a PC. As soon as I received the product I followed the simple directions and am very pleased with the accuracy of the results. I'm somewhat familiar with ekgs because of years of having some heart issues but for the novice it's quite easy to find a website that will allow you to get a better understanding of what the graph means.
I have had this device for one day and love it. It is easy to use and seems accurate. However, the user manual is thin, I think it would be better if it was expanded.
This is a pretty cool device. I'm not a medical professional, just an average user, but the device seems to plot an accurate cardiogram even without connecting the external electrodes. Obviously by connecting provided electrodes, you can get cardiograms longer than 5 minutes long, which is very useful if you want to seriously evaluate if your heart is stable. When I pulled it out of the box, it took me less than a minute to figure out how to hold it and which menu item to select to do a heart rhythm check. I believe that if your heart rhythms abnormal, it should provide you with an alert after each scan. I could not get it do that though, because my heartbeat was steady. The unit itself is really small and I could fit it easily in a shirt pocket.