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Sweat Alarm Features
Detects Perspiration and Drop in Skin Temperature - NO COSTLY SENSORS TO REPLACE
Audible beep and vibration alarm
Includes a sleek & ergonomical design
Replaceable (CR2032) battery should last 6 months
Comfortable adjustable elastic strap
1 year warranty against manufacturer defects
This precision monitor wakes you at the first sign of perspiration or drop in skin temperature
The Giant Biosensor Nighttime Cold Sweat Alarm is a device worn on the wrist or ankle that sounds an audible alarm and vibrates to wake those people who experience interrupted sleep due to drenching night sweat moments causing the need to constantly change your sheets & the clothes you sleep in. It triggers an alert upon detecting either a drop in skin temperature or the presence of perspiration which is how the body regulates its temperature.
Night sweats may be caused from a variety of factors. Your physician should always be consulted in cases of persistent night sweats.
Other than the purchase price, there are no on-going costs to run the monitor other than changing the batteries every six to twelve months.
Note: It is normal for your device to sound occasional false alarms. These can be minimized by ensuring the band remains snug during use or wearing on the ankle to keep at a constant temp under blankets.
Product Specifications Version: NSA1
Sensor: Nickel Free Metal
Case Material: ABS Plastic
Band Material: Elastic Fabric
Size (Case): 43.44 x 35.96 x 14.81mm
Weight (Case and Band): 0.6 oz
Battery: CR2032 Lithium Coin Cell (included)
Operating Voltage: DC 3.0V
Alarm: Piezoelectric Buzzer and Vibrator
Operating Temperature: -20C to +70C (-4F to +158F)
Transportation and Storage Specifications Temperature: -40C to +70C (-40F to +158F)
Relative Humidity: 10% to 100%
Atmospheric Pressure: 500 to 1060 hPa
WARNING: Hypoglycemia symptoms are unique to each person and this device does not detect hypoglycemia, only 2 common symptoms.