BioStrap – Biometric Wearable Device for the Most Accurate Results

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Wearables are a hot trend, but what’s even hotter is working up a sweat and knowing how much weight has been shed.

However, a lot of what’s available isn’t the most accurate insight into our health. So step aside Fitbit, BioStrap is here to track your movement and biometrics.

Given the complexity of our body, we know our movements can get confusing for just one activity tracker. With BioStrap, its wristband and shoe clip monitor your movements AND biometrics allowing you to take a data-driven approach to live a happier and healthier life.

BioStrap’s clinical-quality PPG sensors give users access to the health metrics similar to what your doctor would use.

HRV, oxygen saturation, and resting heart rate are just a few are just a few of the long list of biometrics tracked by the BioStrap. Whether it’s at the gym, cycling, cardio, swimming or even while you’re stationary, these waveforms measured by BioStrap are the same kind that your doctor uses to evaluate your heart’s health.

BioStrap also offers dual-device activity monitoring and clinical-grade PPG. The wristband comes with a wrist-worn sensor, three colors of bands to fit your style and mood, and one shoe clip.

BioStrap even monitors and tracks your sleep by giving insight on your sleeping patterns. It also takes it a step further by giving you data that provides actionable insights to your health on a macro level.

And for those who like to workout often, BioStrap recognizes over 120 different workouts with the ability to record any new repetitious activity.

Being one of the most accurate and insightful fitness and health trackers on the market, BioStrap can provide the stats you’ve been needing all along. If you’re interested in picking one up today, visit biostrap.com.

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