FAQs

Is One Bluetooth-Enabled?

Thinklabs One is not a Bluetooth-enabled device; there is no built-in Bluetooth. The reason for this is because the Bluetooth signal tends to truncate the low frequencies which are critical to auscultation. We...

How do I clean One?

One can be cleaned with most alcohol and bleach wipes that are commonly used in hospitals, including: Alcohol wipes Cavi-Wipes Sani-Cloth Plus Dispatch For more information about ...

How do I wear One?

Thinklabs One is exceptionally easy to wear -- much lighter and smaller than a conventional stethoscope. Because One has a standard 3.5 mm jack, you can connect your favorite audio headphones instead of having...

How do I charge One?

Charging One is simple. Just plug the USB charger that's included with your stethoscope into the 3.5mm headphone jack. One uses a rechargeable Lithium Ion battery that allows for around 4 hours of continuous ...

Which batteries does One use?

The One contains a Lithium Ion rechargeable battery. If you are having problems with your stethoscope retaining charge, please send it back to us. Do not try to replace the battery on your own. To return yo...

How long does the battery charge last?

We estimate about 100 - 125 patients, depending on how long you keep your stethoscope on for and the loudness. Our tests, running the One at quite a loud volume, indicated battery life at about 5 hours of conti...

What is the amplification of One?

One is really, really, loud. We have really boosted the volume level compared to our previous model, which was probably the loudest stethoscope on the market at that time. Amplification is more than 100X that o...

Where can I find sample recordings produced with One?

There are a few places where you will find these. Visit the Heart and Lung Sound Libraries on our website, or check out the Thinklabs Youtube Channel. We are trying to gather as many heart and lung sounds as p...