Atlas Wristband 2: Digital Trainer + Heart Rate Band

February 14, 2017 - Comment

Equip yourself with the only wristband you’ll need to becoming the best version of yourself. Atlas Wristband puts the industry’s most accurate heart rate monitor right on your wrist, and combines it with Adaptive Motion Tracking that automatically logs all your exercises, counts your reps, and analyzes your form. Whether you have a go-to routine

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Equip yourself with the only wristband you’ll need to becoming the best version of yourself. Atlas Wristband puts the industry’s most accurate heart rate monitor right on your wrist, and combines it with Adaptive Motion Tracking that automatically logs all your exercises, counts your reps, and analyzes your form. Whether you have a go-to routine or you like to keep changing things up, Atlas Wristband accurately tracks your body in 3D. Choose a Guided Fitness routine or Freestyle, Atlas Wristband turns on the right sensors to track your metrics and progress automatically for CrossFit, HIIT, Swimming, 5×5 Training, and more.

Product Features

  • Reach your goals faster with science backed guidance for all of your exercises
  • Lose the chest strap and maximize training with validated wrist-based heart rate monitoring
  • Adaptive Motion TrackingTM technology auto-detects every exercise and repetition
  • Swim, shower, sweat. 3ATM / 30m water resistance gives you peace of mind; Guided Fitness coaches and tracks you through CrossFit, HIIT, Swimming, and more
  • User manual and video – https://www.atlaswearables.com/getstarted/

Comments

RafMan says:

Atlas vs Gymwatch Atlas Wearable vs GymwatchI have been weightlifting for a good 15yrs now and i’m tech nerd so naturally I love idea of incorporating technology into my workouts. I have tried few of the fitness trackers like MS Band, Fitbit surge, etc and while it was better than nothing they didn’t really cater to weight lifting as much as running or biking. MS Band2 is pretty good though and still my best recommendation for overall fitness band.ATLAS:However when I saw…

Paul R. Chitoiu says:

Battery is bad. Really bad. Also, horrible button. I wanted to love this device, but it has some annoyances I am dealing with. I use this trainer about 5 times a week and I am actually happy with it and will be keeping it. However, I decided to write a review to add my voice to the other reviewers here in hopes that Atlas will fix the issues in Version 3 (if they ever come out with one).1. Battery life is really horrible. It’s fine that I have to charge it after every workout (my workouts are about 25 minutes), but even if I…

Stampy167 says:

I like the look *Update to review in comments*I wrote my initial review here: […]I have been very excited about this watch since I seen it on Indiegogo in spring of 2014. The premise is a watch that recognizes the exercises you are doing and counts the proper reps and syncs them to your phone later.I was an early backer on the Indiegogo campaign in April of 2014 and ordered two watches. One for me, and one for my lady-friend. I finally received it in December of 2015 and…

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