Pearls Band Fitness Tracker Tracks Your Heart Rate, Blood Pressure and More

In addition to tracking your daily activity, the Pearls Band fitness tracker also monitors your heart rate, blood pressure and more health data. Like the feature? Let’s keep checking the smart wristband.

Pearls Band Fitness Tracker

Appearance design

The Pearls Band is an affordable and versatile fitness tracker that weighs 27 grams. As we can see from the images, the wearable features a sleek and minimal appearance along with multiple optional colors to meet different users’ lifestyles.

Meanwhile, lightweight design and adjustable band allow it to comfortably stay around your wrist, and water and dust proof enclosure lets you wear it all day long.

Pearls Band Fitness Tracker

Function features

As a fitness tracker, the Pearls Band tracks your steps, distance, calories burned, and sleep quality, and beyond regular fitness trackers, the wristband also monitors your heart rate, blood pressure, speed, levels of oxygen in your blood and fatigue levels.

Pearls Band Fitness Tracker

The basic tracking data can be shown on its integrated display, and its built-in Bluetooth technology allows it to wirelessly communicates with your smartphone, so you can handle all detailed tracking data via its custom app.

Moreover, as a smart wristband, the Pearls Band also displays notifications and caller ID from your smartphone. Its smart alarm wakes you to at right time every morning based on your sleep patterns. In addition, its rechargeable battery offers up to 10 days of battery life on a single charge.

Price and shipment date

The Pearls Band has been available for preorder on Indiegogo. You can pledge $79 to preorder the powerful health and fitness tracker. It will be shipped in February 2017.

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