Product Review: Hylogy Pulse Oximeter

The Hylogy Pulse Oximeter measures your blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) and heart rate with accurate results displayed on an easy to read digital OLED screen.

The Hylogy fingertip Oximeter screen can be adjusted to 4 different directions so all viewing angles can be catered for.

You’ll also be pleased to know this Oximeter is suitable for the whole family, including small children.

But is it any good? Is it easy to use? Time to test it out!

Retail Packaging.

The Hylogy Pulse Oximeter comes packaged very neatly in a cardboard box with a White card sleeve over the top with a product image and on the reverse some manufacturing details.  The box measures 10.0cm x 7.0cm x 5.5cm and weighs 140G.

Hylogy Pulse Oximeter
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Upon opening the Hylogy Pulse Oximeter box you will find the following items. 1x Oximeter, 1x Carry Case, 1x Carry Strap, 2x AAA Batteries, 1x Multi-Lingual User Guide, 1x Warranty Card.

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Hylogy Pulse Oximeter.

The Hylogy Pulse Oximeter is Black in colour, but other colours are available.  The Oximeter measures 5.5cm x 3.0cm x 3.0cm and the OLED screen has a measurement of 2.2cm x 1.2cm and the Oximeter has a weight of 55G.

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You get a single power on/off button and a colourful, easy to read OLED screen.  Batteries are inserted on the reverse, you need to slide the battery cover and insert the 2x AAA batteries.

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On the inside a soft foam lined cushion ensures this fingertip Oximeter is comfortable.

Using the Oximeter.

Using the Hylogy Pulse Oximeter couldn’t be easier, simply place your finger into the Oximeter and power it on using the power button.  The Oximeter will start to work with an audible beep and displays your Sp02 Value, Pulse Waveform, Pulse Rate Value, Pulse Bar Graph, Heart Beat Mark and even a battery indicator level!

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Hylogy Pulse Oximeter
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The display can rotate in all four directions, to do this press the power button when in use and the display will cycle through on each press of the button.

A harsher beeping will happen if the readings are beyond a normal measured range of Sp02 <90, PR <50 BPM or >120 BPM.

I found the audible beeping sound quite relaxing when in use, and the beep is in time with your actual heartbeat, so the faster your heartbeat the quicker the beeping tone.  The Sp02 readings seems accurate with other devices that I’ve used before and being Asthmatic this little device is great to keep control of my oxygen levels in my blood.

If you want to quietly have a reading you need to simply press and hold the power button for two seconds when in use to get a muted reading.

Technical Specifications.

  • Brand – Hylogy
  • Model – Pulse Oximeter
  • Model Code – MD – H32
  • EAN – N/A
  • ASIN – B07917HD36
  • Working Voltage – DC 3V (2x AAA batteries)
  • Working Current – <30mA
  • Sp02 Parameter Performance – 35-100%
  • Sp02 Accuracy – ±2%
  • Pulse Rate Parameter Performance – 25-254 BPM
  • Pulse Rate Accuracy – ±1%
  • Blood Perfusion Index Performance – 0.2-20%
  • Degree of Protection – Type BF-Applied Part
  • Ingress Protection – IP32
  • Compliance – CE, RoHS


I really like the Hylogy Pulse Oximeter and find it very easy to use.  In a matter of a few seconds you’re recording vital information.  The fingertip area is nice and comfortable, and the unit is lightweight on your finger too!  I can’t praise this little Oximeter enough.  I highly recommend you go and purchase one and start recording your daily Sp02 and pulse readings.

If you want the Hylogy Pulse Oximeter for yourself, it’s available only on Amazon and comes with a 24 Month warranty.  The RRP for this Oximeter is £17.79.

Thank you for reading this, feel free to comment down below, your input really matters to me.  I can also be contacted here.  Why not check out my other product reviews here.


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    Nigel Baxendale

    (4th September 2018 - 10:18 am)

    The only issue with this item, is the ridiculously small print contained in the user guide. My eyesight has historically been very good and only recently have I had to occasionally use reading glasses as prescribed at my local opticians. I can read most books, magazines, documents and menus without the aid of glasses. The print in the user guide is so small that I cannot read it even with my reading glasses.


      (4th September 2018 - 12:28 pm)

      Hi Nigel,

      Have you tried to contact Hylogy to see if they can provide you a PDF which you can enlarge? Their email address is


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