iHealth Am3s Wireless Activity and Sleep Tracker for iPhone and Android

August 27, 2015 - Comment

No matter what your fitness level is, keep tabs on your daily activity with the iHealth edge activity + sleep tracker that can be worn on your wrist like a watch or on your hip with the clip. It is splash and sweat proof and works around the clock to give you the best insights

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No matter what your fitness level is, keep tabs on your daily activity with the iHealth edge activity + sleep tracker that can be worn on your wrist like a watch or on your hip with the clip. It is splash and sweat proof and works around the clock to give you the best insights on your steps, calories burned and distance traveled. Summary reports appear on the tracker automatically after your workout to give you an overview of your stats. Even when you are fast asleep at night wear the tracker and it will continue to work. Sync with the app with your smartphone and observe your sleep efficiency score, hours slept and awaken times. The iHealth my vitals app lets you measure, track and share your fitness and sleep data easily. Set goals, view trends, track progress, activities, and share your data instantly. iHealth’s integrated app empowers you to manage your personal health in an intuitive way, while keeping up with your busy life. Manage, view and compare your fitness data, like steps, calories and sleep efficiency. Better understand your numbers with the helpful trend graphs, plus see a list of all your previous readings. Keep your fitness buddies in the loop by sharing your readings directly through the app or through the cloud service.

Product Features

  • -Measure steps taken, calories burned, distance traveled, sleep hours and sleep efficiency
  • Set goals and silent alarms that vibrate, view trends and organize records
  • Share your results instantly with friends and family
  • Splash and sweat proof; Water resistant

Comments

Jerrycole says:

Tried it. Summary: not accurate, setup is not user-friendly. I own a Fitbit One which finally fell apart. I was anxious to try a newer device with some of the newer features. iHealth seems to be doing a lot in the fitness/medical device area, an area in which I work, so I thought I’d give them a try.The device seemed to be a little smaller than other devices that are out there, and it’s a fairly handsome device. Score one for this.Setup was a pain. I didn’t know that I had to 1. download the app to get anywhere with setup, 2. make sure that…

KB says:

This is a great tracker at a great price 0

Amazon Customer "Brian" says:

What a headache Fit bits are the new thing. And they’re actually fairly useful. Sleep data, activity data, ease of use and UI, convenient apps. All things that iHealth is obviously struggling to keep up with. Trying to turn this thing on was an exercise in frustration, especially since their 200 instruction manual had all of 2 pages of instruction, which was “Push the button.” level difficult. What was neglected to be mentioned was that 9 app updates and 4 firmware updates later, the process for…

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