The leader in finger pulse oximetry
The affordable GO2 has the same advanced technology used by doctors,
clinicians and therapists, making Nonin the most trusted name in finger pulse oximetry.
- For those with COPD symptoms, shortness of breath, conditions such as emphysema
or congestive heart failure, pulmonary fibrosis or to titrate your oxygen to a physician
recommended oxygen saturation level.
- Accurately monitors oxygen saturation and pulse rate
- Noninvasive – just clip it on your fingertip
- Drop-tested durability
- Compact and portable
- Digital LCD display model: 2.75” L, 1.5” W, 1.125” D
- Fits finger thickness range: 0.3” to 1.0” (works with most pediatric and adult finger
- Uses one AAA battery (approximately 2,400 spot checks)
- Available in fun color options
- Made in the USA
- 2-year warranty
Help Manage Your Condition With a Nonin GO2 Fingertip Oximeter
Get the information you need.
The Nonin GO2 fingertip oximeter gives you the information needed to
manage and monitor your oxygen saturation and pulse rate levels.
- Oxygen saturation display range (0% to 100%)
- Pulse rate display range (18 to 321 pulses per minute)
- Oxygen saturation declared accuracy range (70 – 100% SpO2 ± 2 digits)
- Low perfusion oxygen saturation declared accuracy range (70 – 100% SpO2 ±
- Pulse rate declared accuracy range (20 – 250 BPM ± 3 digits)
- Low perfusion pulse rate declared accuracy range (40 – 240 BPM ± 3 digits)
- Operating altitude (up to 40,000 feet)
- Battery life – 24 hour continuous (approximately 2,400 spot checks)
- Battery life – storage (6 months minimum)
Good price - Medical Quality, October 1, 2009
I did a lot of research between brands before ordering this item. Ultimately the
deciding factor for me was the company's website. I found that there is a medical
grade of this item requiring a prescription - and it is the same item. The specifications
for the two are listed side-by-side - and even the price is the same; the only difference
is this one does not require a prescription. The medical grade meters must meet
FDA tests - so this one obviously does, as well.
I like the continuous readout. From the pictures I was not quite certain what to
expect in the readouts or performance - I didn't feel the descriptive information
was precise on this. The readouts are for pulse rate, blood oxygen level, and a
scale that, literally, shows your pulse and the strength of your pulse. This enables
you to know if you are getting a strong enough pulse to get a good reading.
After first putting the unit on, I did some moving around, sitting still, and various
things to change my activity level. The pulse rates changed accordingly and there
were some variances in the oxygen level, as would be expected. Though I have just
quite smoking (mostly) I did light up and had a few quick drags to see what effect
this would have (lower oxygen at first, then catching back up almost to not-smoking
I'm impressed with the unit. It will operate economically on AAA batteries. If I
end up using it a lot, I'll probably go to rechargeables for it.
While this one was a few dollars more than some of the alternatives, I felt it would
be the most reliable from the research I did. After receiving it, I am extremely
pleased with the way it works. I would highly recommend it.
Marco Colon "MAC_NYC" (NY NY)
I am a father of two small children who both unfortunately have respiratory ailments.
My oldest is 4 and the youngest is 2, and I have gotten good readings on both children.
After spending time in the hospital with both kids, I purchased this unit so I could
be proactive, and so far so good, I have had no issues and it has worked flawlessly.
The biggest reason why I purchased the unit is that it comes with a 3 year warranty,
which was a lot longer than a lot of other units listed. This also happened to be
the manufacturer that most of the respiratory therapists that I met in the hospital
were using, so I felt that had to be a good sign.
Excellent accuracy, August 18, 2013
Very good product. Much better than the Santa Medical one we purchased first and
had to throw out because it gobbled up batteries. The Nonin has same battery now
for over 6 weeks. Accuracy matches the professional units used by the nurses at
rehab center. Thinking of buying another one for another member of the family. Do
not hesitate because of price - it is clearly the best on the market.
Fabulous Heart Rate Monitor for Personal Use Overnight, October 15, 2009
GBB "Wonder Woman" (CT)
I purchased this nifty pulse-oximeter monitor shortly after discharge from the hospital
after major surgery when my heart rate had become an issue. I was no good at trying
to take my own pulse as I kept losing it. This has greatly simplified my ability
to take my heart rate and become knowledgeable in how high it becomes upon exercise
or other exertion and to see how quickly it does or does not return to normal. I
was at the cardiologist today for a follow up and took it with me - he was impressed!
Not only with the Nonin, but with my commitment to monitor myself. I highly highly
recommend this unit, it’s a fantastic deal for $99. I've had it for 2 months and
Nonin Oximeter Evaluation., June 12, 2013
TC Bryant (Albuquerque, NM)
From my experience this is the only oximeter that I know of that is actually accurate
and is available at a reasonable price. I have had two of the less expensive units
and they are worse than useless as they give very misleading results. The two Nonin
meters I have agree with each other and I have checked them against the ones used
by my pulmonary service provider and they agree very well. It is very important
that if one has lung problems that you know where your O2 level is and the Nonin
will give that information.
Excellent product, made in USA, May 10, 2012
Panaracer (Horseheads, NY United States)
This was more expensive that the other ones, but is well made, and surprisingly
in the USA. It also reads continuously, which is great for activity. Defintiely
worth spending the money. Same brand as used in the medical office. Very happy with