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Araxia One Pocket Doppler

(5 customer reviews)

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being able to monitor your Baby’s heart can be loads of fun and may even help you have a better night’s sleep if you’re stressed by nature.

with you can sleep peacefully knowing your baby is ok.

 is easily controlled.




RZ Mini Household Fetal Doppler Prenatal Pocket Baby Ultrasound Detector Angel Sound Heartbeat Pregnant Doppler Monitor 100Smini

Pregnancy is an exciting and beautiful experience, but it can also be a nerve-racking and worrisome time for you and your baby. 

With this RZ Mini Household Fetal Doppler, you’ll never have to miss a beat. 

The Angel Sound Heartbeat Fetal Doppler Monitor is a safe and convenient way to listen to your baby’s heartbeat after your 12th week of pregnancy, sometimes even sooner. 

Why wait until each doctor’s appointment? 

In between doctor visits and checkups, this fetal doppler may ease your anxiety while allowing you to connect with your baby, anytime, anywhere. 

So, is it safe? 

You and your baby are a priority when it comes to safety, so rest assured, this fetal doppler has been safely used by many mothers and have made a difference in the way mothers connect with their baby daily. 

Don’t miss out and get the RZ Mini Household Fetal Doppler today!


  • Small and convenient 

  • Elegant design with stable performance 

  • Battery status indicator

  • Output for headphones & recording USB cable

  • Standard: 3M Probe

  • One piece 9V alkaline battery available that works for more than 10 hours (does not include batteries)

  • Lightweight and portable 

  • Designed to meet your detecting and hearing needs by providing advanced technology functions and a full range of sound 


  • Product name: Fetal Doppler JPD-100S(mini)

  • Safety: Complies with IEC60601-1, EN 60601-1, EN60601-1-2, IEC61266

  • Suitable for use after the 12th week of pregnancy

  • Power consumption: <20mW

  • Power supply: 1x9V Alkaline batteries (not included)

  • Size: 104.5x50x70mm

  • Weight: About 69.5g

  • Environment: 

    • Working temperature 5~40C

    • Working humidity <80%

    • Working atmospheric pressure 86kPa~106kPa

    • Storage temperature -20~55C

    • Storage humidity <93%

    • Storage atmospheric pressure 50kPa~106kPa

Package includes: 

  • 1 x Fetal Doppler

  • 1 x English manual

  • 1 x Recording Cable

  • 1 x Headset

Shipping Information: 

  • WORLDWIDE SHIPPING. (Except some countries and APO/FPO)

  • Orders processed timely after payment verification.

  • We only ship to confirmed order addresses. Your order address MUST MATCH your shipping address.

  • The images shown are not the actual item and are for your reference only.

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  • If you have not received your shipment within 60 days from payment, please contact us. We will track the shipment and get back to you as soon as possible with a reply. Our goal is customer satisfaction!

  • Due to stock status and time differences, we will choose to ship your item from our first available warehouse for fast delivery.

Reviews (5)

5 reviews for Araxia One Pocket Doppler

  1. Miguel Tapia

    This review is written with the presumption the buyer does not work in the medical field and is not a med student. It assumes the buyer is getting it for personal use only. I’ve actually had mine since 2017 and any problems I have had in using this were human error that was easy for me to quickly fix.

    First things first, you need to keep in mind a fetal heartbeat is always 4 to 5 times faster than an adult human’s heartbeat. Once you understand that, finding the baby’s heartbeat becomes much easier.

  2. amegaean

    I had a wild pregnancy (no medical care) and this was so fun to be able to use at home! It works well but if you’re not familiar with using it you might have to wait till later in your pregnancy before you get a clear heartbeat— I heard my son’s at 27 weeks 💗

  3. anibas rKove

    It works but you really have to listen hard.

  4. sheila ame

    This worked so well and I was able to find baby’s heartbeat from about 20 or so weeks. It does take time to find the heartbeat as it is quiet, but with a little patience we were able to hear it. The kids loved it.

  5. Haroon Thornton

    This works really well – but you need to know how to use it. I work in the medical profession and have used many types of stethoscopes in the past but this is the first time seeing and using a fetoscope. I just tried it today and was able to hear baby’s heart tones relatively quickly. For those who’ve never used a fetoscope here are some step by step instructions:

    1. When you first get the fetoscope it comes in two parts, the ear piece with tubing and then actual fetoscope (the part that look like a metal rod with a black bell on one side and black curved piece on the other). Attach that to the tubing, make sure that it’s attached very tightly so that the tubing touches the rod (no connector should be showing).

    2. When using the fetoscope, make sure the earpieces are placed tightly in your ears so that there is a good seal, no outside air moving around the pieces (can be a bit difficult because the earpieces are hard plastic, not very comfortable, but since you’re only going to wear it for a few minutes, its tolerable). Also, proper stethoscope/fetoscope usage means that prior to placing the earpieces in, look at it, and you’ll see that the ear pieces actually face one direction – you want to wear it so that the earpieces are pointing towards your eyes, not the back of your head.

    3. Hold the scope by the curved black piece, not the metal rod in between. Apply the the bell shaped part to the belly.

    4. Listen to all four quadrants of the belly (meaning, listen to all parts of your belly). If your baby is younger (2nd trimester or less) it will most likely be in the areas of the belly under the belly button (maybe even closer to pubis area). If you happen to know the position of the baby (head up/breech or head down or laying across/transverse) it can be helpful to find placement. To be able to hear the fetal heart, you must place the bell of the fetoscope where baby’s heart is. So if baby is breech, you’re more likely to find the heart tones higher on the belly and if baby’s head down, you’re more likely to find heart tones lower on the belly. Also remember that younger babies have more room so they tend to flip around a lot, so even if an ultrasound from earlier in the day states one position, the baby may have moved into a different position.

    5. When listening for the heart tones, here are some tricks that help:
    -Do it first thing in the morning when your bowel sounds are the quietest so the heart tones don’t get masked by the bowel sounds
    -Lay on your back or slightly tilted to one side or the other (pregnant women should avoid laying flat on back if possible to maximize circulation to baby).
    -On heavier women it might be easier to gently pull the belly so that the skin where you place the bell is more taut.
    -Press bell down to belly with a gentle but firm touch, remember to hold scope by the curved black piece, not the metal rod or you will mask the sound.
    -Listen for several seconds before moving to another spot if unable to find heart tones.
    -Try to do this in a very quiet room, since the fetal heart tone will be very faint (remember you’re listening to fetal heartbeat through many layers of tissue, mom’s skin, adipose(fatty) tissue, abdominal muscle wall, uterine wall, amniotic sac with fluid, and baby’s skin and muscles so when and if you do hear the heart tones it will be very soft/muffled). The fetal heartbeat is also very fast (fetal heartrate is normally between 110-160 beats per minute, whereas adults are more like 60-80 beats per minute). What you end up hearing sounds like a very fast but very soft/dull drum beat. If you’re lucky and get heart tones that are very loud you may be able to hear the traditional “buh-bum buh-bum buh-bum” sound of a heart beating, but if it’s not very loud you may only hear the “bum bum bum bum” sound.
    -If you don’t hear anything, don’t give up! Try listening again at a different time, since babies tend to move around, hopefully one of the movements will place his back closer to the belly so that you can hear the heart. Remember it’s definitely harder to hear heart sounds in very younger fetuses (although electronic dopplers can detect heart tones as early as 5-6 weeks gestation, stethoscopes and fetoscopes typically aren’t strong enough to hear anything until 18-20 weeks gestation, which is about halfway through second trimester).
    -Remember, a fetoscope is designed to listen to fetal heart tones, so if you’re testing it on your own heartbeat or another adult’s heartbeat it’s not going to sound very loud and clear either. But that doesn’t mean this is a “piece of junk” as some other commenters have said. It is designed for the very specific purpose of auscultating fetal heart tones.
    -Occasionally you may accidentally be listening to the maternal heart beat because you’re listening to a maternal artery rather than the fetal heart. If unsure (especially if maternal pulse is quite high) you can double check by feeling for mom’s pulse on the wrist – if it matches the heartbeat that you’re hearing then it’s maternal pulse, not baby, so move the scope to a different location and listen again.

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