LOOKEE® Sleep Oxygen Monitors
Sleep Insights with LOOKEE®
A Safety Net Against CPAP Failure
Monitor CPAP Effectiveness
High Resolution Sensors
Track Oxygen Levels
Comfortable and Easy-to-Use
FIGHT SLEEP APNEA WITH THE
LOOKEE® SLEEP MONITOR.
Looking for a top-class pulse oximeter and sleep oxygen monitor to help you develop a healthy sleep pattern? Look no further than the LOOKEE® O2Ring, available from your trusted local service provider in the United States and Canada. With our 24/7 support, you can rest assured that you'll always have the help you need when you need it.
The LOOKEE® version of the O2Ring is a continuous, overnight ring pulse oximeter that monitors your oxygen levels while you sleep. Its finger vibration reminder gently nudges you when your oxygen levels drop, helping you maintain healthy breathing patterns throughout the night. And with its sleek, comfortable design, you'll hardly even notice you're wearing it.
Invest in your sleep health with the LOOKEE® O2Ring. Order yours today and experience the difference for yourself!
LOOKEE® Smart KidsO2™ helps monitor your child’s health.
So you can rest assured that you will be there when they need you most.
LOOKEE® Smart KidsO2™ is a revolutionary pediatric health monitor built to support parents with children who need extra care. From sleep apnea to heart conditions or breathing problems—the KIDSO2 checks in on them every second you can’t. It does this by tracking key indications of health, such as blood oxygen levels, heart rate & movement. If any of the child’s readings leave the ideal zone, the monitor will instantly notify you that your child is in need of your care.
With LOOKEE® Smart KidsO2™ you can Safeguard your child’s health, even when you are attending to other matters or fast asleep. You can easily slip the device on the child’s fingers or toes. Comfortable to wear & offers a precision fit. Give yourself peace of mind today.
Recommended by Medical Professionals Worldwide
I treat patients with sleep apnea with oral appliances. I have sleep apnea myself. One night I tested Lookee Monitor myself with the appliance. I did great. My oxygen levels hardly ever dropped. The next night, I tested it myself without the appliances. The Lookee device told me that my oxygen dropped many times during the night. In addition, the next day I was tired and grumpy. It was great to document how well it works. It just told me how important it is to keep your oxygen levels up. So I highly recommend Lookee Monitor to track your CPAP or Apnea treatment.
West DDS Dentist and author |
San Juan Capistrano, CA USA
- “The Lookee Oxygen Ring and Oximeter represent exceptional tools designed for in-home self-monitoring. Their user-friendly nature and notable comfort render them optimal selections for individuals endeavoring to maintain a vigilant assessment of their well-being. Significantly, these devices boast the capability to promptly issue alerts and alarms, thereby ensuring that users remain apprised and proactive in their health management. Benefiting from an enduring association with the founder and CEO, Joe, spanning over a decade, I can confidently vouch for his resolute dedication to advancing clients' health objectives and advancing sleep wellness initiatives. In light of such a distinguished track record, it is with wholehearted conviction that I endorse the Lookee Oxygen Ring and Oximeter as a premier choice for those in pursuit of a self-assistive sleep monitoring apparatus.”
Dr Susan Kwan
MBBS, MRCP, FRCPC Internal medicine and respirology, Somnologist.
Clinical Assistant Professor, Medicine, critical care and respirology, UBC
- “I love the design and the ease of use of LOOKEE Ring oximeters. As a sleep physician, I am so thrilled to have such a device available to help us to provide diagnostic and follow-up data to ensure patient’s sleep disordered breathing condition has been adequately addressed. I have also tried it myself and it is quite comfortable and really easy to operate. As a patient and as a sleep physician, I would highly recommend LOOKEE Ring oximeters to other sleep medicine providers as well as to patients.”
Wayne W. Lai M.DDIPLOMATE, ABPN NEUROLOGY AND SLEEP MEDICINE
CSCN DIPLOMATE (EMG)
CLINICAL ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE UBC
Highly effective recordable pulse oximeter. I have 10 of these LOOKEE Oxygen Monitors and use them for titration purposes for my dental oral appliance used to treat Obstructive Sleep Apnea. It lets me know how my appliance is helping improve airway metrics as the lower jaw is advanced compared to their baseline test. Its very small and easy to use for my patients. They bring it in and i download the data on the LOOKEE app and print it out for their chart. I send the final pulse ox report to their Dr to show my results.
Dr. David E Federici
Experienced Dental Professional and Sleep Apnea Expert.
One of 425 Diplomates of the ABDSM (American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine).
This device may quite literally be a life saver. As a nurse, I long suspected my husband had obstructive sleep apnea but I couldn’t convince him he needed to get checked out. I purchased this device and when he saw his O2 sats dropping to dangerous levels and his heart rate spiking, I’m proud to say it only took a couple nights of data to get him to agree to see a sleep doctor. Thank you so much for putting this technology into regular people’s hands! 💕
Exp– Registered Nurse
This is an amazingly sophisticated device but super easy to use. Just download the app, charge the unit then use it at night. If your oxygen goes down below a certain threshold it will gently vibrate. I use CPAP and I am a Registered Respiratory Therapist and Certified Pulmonary Function Technologist and I think it would be great for them to get certified to use this for a home screening device for people that snore!. I where it almost every night just to have an added benefit of being monitored in case my CPAP comes off.
Registered Respiratory Therapist and Certified Pulmonary Function Technologist
Frequently Asked Questions
The LOOKEE Device is designed as an essential component of CPAP treatment and
not as a replacement for CPAP in managing sleep apnea. CPAP lacks the oximetry
functionality that the LOOKEE Device provides.
Tracking oxygen (O2) saturation in a Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP)
machine holds significant importance for several reasons:
1) Patient Safety: Monitoring oxygen saturation levels ensures the patient's
safety during CPAP therapy. A drop in oxygen levels could indicate a serious
medical issue requiring immediate attention. This might be attributed to an
underlying respiratory problem or other health complications.
2) Therapy Effectiveness: The primary purpose of a CPAP machine is to treat
obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) by maintaining an open airway and preventing
breathing interruptions during sleep. Monitoring oxygen saturation helps
assess the therapy's effectiveness. A decline in oxygen levels may signal
insufficient airflow to keep the airway open, suggesting a need for therapy
3) Early Issue Detection: Changes in oxygen saturation levels can provide
early indications of potential problems. A sudden drop in oxygen saturation
might indicate airway obstruction, mask leakage, or other CPAP setup issues.
Early detection enables timely intervention to prevent complications and
ensure effective therapy.
4) Pressure Adjustment: CPAP therapy involves delivering a constant
pressure to keep the airway open. Monitoring oxygen saturation levels aids
healthcare providers in determining whether the prescribed pressure setting
is appropriate. Persistent low oxygen levels despite CPAP usage might
warrant adjustments in pressure settings or other aspects of therapy.
5) Comorbidity Identification: Individuals with sleep apnea could have other
medical conditions affecting oxygen saturation, such as chronic obstructive
pulmonary disease (COPD), heart problems, or respiratory disorders.
Monitoring oxygen levels helps identify these comorbidities and guides
appropriate treatment strategies.
6) Long-Term Tracking: Monitoring oxygen saturation over time offers
valuable insights into the patient's response to CPAP therapy. This data can
be utilized to assess treatment effectiveness over weeks or months and
inform decisions about ongoing care.
In summary, monitoring oxygen saturation in a CPAP machine is crucial for ensuring
patient safety, evaluating therapy effectiveness, and identifying potential issues
related to sleep apnea and other underlying health conditions. It empowers
healthcare providers to make informed decisions regarding therapy adjustments
and interventions, ultimately contributing to the patient's overall well-being.
Normal oxygen saturation levels typically range between 95% and 100% in healthy
individuals. Values below 90% may indicate hypoxemia, which means there is a
lower than normal level of oxygen in the blood. Generally, an oxygen saturation
level of 90% and above is considered safe for most people, especially in non-
emergency situations. Additionally, individuals living at high altitudes might
experience slightly lower baseline oxygen saturation due to decreased oxygen
pressure in the air. However, it's not uncommon for certain individuals, particularly
those with COPD, to exhibit slightly lower oxygen saturation levels. Their baseline
oxygen saturation usually ranges from 88% to 92%, but this range is generally
acceptable for most individuals at rest.
It's important to note that the LOOKEE Device is non-invasive and boasts a high
accuracy of +2/-2, which is remarkable for an oximeter. With this high accuracy, a
reading of 88% can be considered within the range of 86% to 90%. It can be
confidently stated that the threshold for safe oxygen saturation is around 88%.
Readings above this level are safe, while readings below indicate hypoxemia.
However, when oxygen saturation drops to 80%, the situation becomes critical. At
this point, the lungs may no longer effectively support themselves, causing the
heart to beat faster in an attempt to meet oxygen demands. Prolonged exposure to
such conditions can lead to cardiovascular complications and increased morbidity
We offer a selection of sleep oxygen monitors, each catering to different
preferences and needs. Here are the options available:
1) LOOKEE Wrist Monitor: This monitor records your oxygen saturation level,
heart rate, and motion using a comfortable wrist-worn design. However, it is
the only LOOKEE Sleep Oxygen Monitor that lacks a read-out display. Learn
more here: LOOKEE Wrist Monitor
2) LOOKEE Ring Monitor: This monitor tracks your oxygen saturation level,
heart rate, and motion through a comfortable ring-style wearable. It does not
include PC software. Learn more here: LOOKEE Ring Monitor
3) LOOKEE Ring-Pro Monitor: Similar to the Ring Monitor, this device also
measures your oxygen saturation level, heart rate, and motion using a ring-
style wearable. However, it comes with PC software for enhanced data
analysis. Learn more here: LOOKEE Ring-Pro Monitor
4) LOOKEE O2Ring: This monitor, designed as a comfortable ring-style
wearable, monitors your oxygen saturation level, heart rate, and motion. It
includes PC software and a sound alarm on the Cell phone App. Notably, this
is the only LOOKEE Sleep Oxygen Monitor featuring a vibrating alarm for
heart rate fluctuations as well. Learn more here: LOOKEE O2Ring
5) LOOKEE KidsO2: Specifically designed for children aged 3 to 10 years old,
this comfortable ring-style wearable monitors and records your child's oxygen
saturation level, heart rate, and motion. It features a sound alarm on both the
device and your phone, along with App notifications for low oxygen levels. PC
Software is included for this model. Learn more here: LOOKEE KidsO2
All of these devices utilize the same medical-grade sensor, ensuring accurate
Each device includes a free Mobile App for easy data management.
Vibrating alarms are present in all monitors (except for KidsO2 with a sound
alarm) for low oxygen saturation levels (below the threshold set in the App).
Select the monitor that best suits your needs, ensuring you have access to
accurate sleep-related data for improved well-being.
LOOKEE Sleep Oxygen Monitors have earned certification as Medical grade
devices and are licensed by Health Canada. These monitors boast an
accuracy level of +2/-2%, a performance metric well within the established
standard of the FDA for FDA-cleared oximeters.
An O2 Score represents a comprehensive evaluation of your oxygen condition. It
is derived from the analysis of various factors such as events, frequencies,
depth, and duration of your oxygen levels throughout the night. The score falls
within a range of 0 to 10, where 10 indicates the most favorable condition. This
score is available for each recorded session within the App.
The scoring categories are as follows:
• 1-4: Critical
• 5-6: Low
• 7-8: Good
• 9-10: Excellent
Importantly, the O2 Score is calculated from the moment the device is worn until
it is removed, encompassing the entire duration of usage