SureLife® Clearwave II Pulse Oximeter

SureLife® Clearwave II Pulse Oximeter has a wonderful tool to help you keep up with oxygen saturation and heart rate. Whether you are a nurse, doctor, physical/occupational therapist, first responder, or caretaker, you are going to use a variety of equipment to take care of and monitor your patients. Pulse Oximeters are great devices for when you need to know heart rate and oxygen saturation quickly and accurately.

These pulse oximeters or little devices can be used in offices, or at sporting events. Pulse oximeters are small and light and are easy to transport and use! This is the SureLife® Clearwave II Pulse Oximeter! It features the accurate reading of oxygen saturation and pulse rate, low-battery indicator, one-button operation, and a soft-padded finger insert!


  • Accurate Reading of Oxygen Saturation & Pulse Rate
  • Soft-Padded Finger Insert
  • Low-Battery Indicator
  • One-Button Operation
  • Display is OLED

Handling & Use:

  • DO NOT use the pulse oximeter on the same side that you are taking a blood pressure reading with.
  • The index finger, ring finger, and middle finger are the fingers acceptable for accurate testing.
  • Take the batteries out if you want to turn the pulse oximeter off. If the batteries are not out, it is not off, it is in sleep mode.

Package Includes:

  • One (1) SureLife® Clearwave Pulse Oximeter (Model: 860310)
  • Two (2) AAA batteries
  • Convenient lanyard
  • User manual

Technical Information:

  • Size: 3.25″ x 2.25″ x 2.25″ inches
  • Power: Requires two (2) AAA batteries (included)


  • Small parts pose a choking hazard for children and animals.
  • This product is not for use on infants/neonates.
  • DO NOT place the oximeter in liquids.
  • Remove the batteries if the oximeter is going to be out of use or stored for 30 or more days.
  • DO NOT place the oximeter on edema or fragile tissue.
  • DO NOT stare at the light produced from the oximeter.The infrared is invisible and is very harmful to the eyes.
  • DO NOT use the oximeter on the same finger for over 30 minutes straight without relocating to a new finger.
  • Insert batteries correctly, incorrectly installed batteries will damage the oximeter.
  • The user needs to remain still or keep movement very minimal for an accurate reading.