the new applewatch has that too, an amusement park has false alerted popo b/c of the being on rollercoasters w/ em
I wonder how far into settings it is to turn this off. Seems there could be a location check as well and adjust for sensitivity or specific motion *shrug*the new applewatch has that too, an amusement park has false alerted popo b/c of the being on rollercoasters w/ em
the cheapest amazfit will do thatI'm looking for something to track steps and sleep. Any opinions? Oura is out, I had one and that thing died super fast on me.
I don't think I'd really use all the smart watch shit. I'm thinking probably just the cheapest fitbitthe cheapest amazfit will do that
it's the brand i currently use, so it's all i know, look at Izo getting all kiddy planning his next upgrade
of course the more you pay, the more you get like blood ox, gps, quality of life stuff, looks better, etc
you don't really state a budget
doesn't sound like you want a watch?
all modern 2020 smartwatches do (obviously not as accurate cuz it's on a wrist)I know nothing about smart watches. Can you get one that has an oxygen in the blood lvl alarm? I know they track heart rate and such but do some track oxygen level. I have to use an oxygen meter that clips on my finger and it gets old real fast.
Yeah I saw that, digging into it they show the oxygen now and track it but don't provide an alarm for certain percentage. To get an alarm you have to wear a medical thing on your finger that stays on the hand that's made for altitude flight and such. Blah, looks like a pain in the ass and not cheap. Guessing it goes with the multiple warnings on watches about not for medical use etc....
wow so i guess cuz amazon had that strike it took a week to get here, so far...black friday has it on sale for 160 so i picked one up, just got the leather band, haven't had leather for over 10years, they had the gts4 for the same price, but i really don't see a reason to get that