The dimensions are absolutely not burdensome, the width is 15 mm. The rubber strap is removed with effort from the case: Under one strap, the USB dad for charging the device. Pulse Sensor: The heart rate sensor is based on optical technology; measures the pulse with the help of LEDs, which assess the blood flow to the wrist. This means that you can measure the pulse without using a chest strap. In practice, it works like this: an optical sensor on the back of the watch emits light on the wrist (525 nm green light) and with the help of LEDs, and measures the amount of light scattered by the bloodstream. Charging: The computer is charged for less than two hours. The battery lasts for 2 days with a constant pulse measurement and for 4 days with a manual pulse.
I think they will look harmonious on a small wrist. Clasp for a week of socks wiped: Weigh a little, on the hand is not felt: The screen at the device is dull, the sun is not readable. The room is better, the viewing angles, like any OLED screen, are large enough. The screen activity time is only 4 seconds – all for the sake of economy and so small battery. By pressing the touch button on the bracelet we sort through the basic modes: First mode is clock, same date and day of the week in English, battery charge and connection via Bluetooth.
VeryFit application: Downloaded by QR code from the instruction or on the play market. Settings: Goals: Activity: Graphs throughout the day, weekly, monthly. Pulse: Set for training the heart rate zone. Sleep: I gave examples of a sleep monitor when I slept (right) and when I did not get enough sleep (the average, at 5 am fed a cat). The application was like: a good translation, a logical menu, not a buggy. The bracelet did not cause me any dislike, harmoniously blended for a couple of weeks instead of the usual hours. I’ll leave it to myself, I will follow the steps and pulse, we must fight with urban inactivity.