Epson PULSENSE PS-100 Heart Rate Monitor with Activity Tracking for iOS- Turquoise M/L

February 19, 2015 - Comment

Easily track your fitness activity, manage daily progress and be inspired to move toward better health with the Pulses PS-100, a sleek wristband that monitors both activity and heart rate. Featuring Epson’s leading-edge sensing technology, the sporty PS-100 accurately tracks your heart rate, 24/7. Capture important data, including steps, sleep quality and calories burned. It’s

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Easily track your fitness activity, manage daily progress and be inspired to move toward better health with the Pulses PS-100, a sleek wristband that monitors both activity and heart rate. Featuring Epson’s leading-edge sensing technology, the sporty PS-100 accurately tracks your heart rate, 24/7. Capture important data, including steps, sleep quality and calories burned. It’s perfect for heart rate zone training with LED lights that turn on as you increase your aerobic activity. See how far you’ve come via the easy-to-use Pulses mobile app or web portal. You get personalized information that will easily motivate.

Product Features

  • Heart rate monitoring at the wrist
  • Records heart rate, steps, calories and sleep
  • Ideal for effective heart rate zone training
  • Compact and comfortable to wear day and night
  • Mobile app for iOS devices and website to view recorded data

Comments

Dan Leithauser says:

Inconsistent HRM I really wanted to love this fitness monitor, but in one word it is –inconsistent—in monitoring what it touts as a primary ability—heart rate monitoring. The Pulsense and other similar monitors make “strapless” HRM a key feature (and benefit). They use a non-conductive method of HRM employing light beams and an electro-optical cell that senses the volume of blood under your skin. As with other monitors, HRM plays into sleep patterns, activity levels, and calories…

Amazon Customer says:

Great idea, implementation is barely usable. Highlights:- accurate heart rate and step tracking under a variety of conditions- relatively comfortable and lightweight, even when active- records 480 hrs of data without needing to sync- charges quickly- battery lasts several days of continuous useProblems:- Bluetooth pairing is unreliable at best, and in fact mostly broken- software tends to lag and seems to only make Bluetooth issues worse- there doesn’t appear to be a way to pull…

boxwood100 says:

Interesting product, still has a few kinks I’m having a difficult time trying to figure out how to rate this item. I’ve been watching the FitBit being advertised on QVC for about a month now and have been quite intrigued with that device. And, theirs is priced at $99 plus tax and shipping, so when this Epson version was advertised, I went with it.First of all, it’s cool. Cool looking, and the fact that you can keep track of all of your steps, your heart rate, etc., without wearing a chest band. But,it about stops there…

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