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5 things you definitely need to know about Fitbit Sense.

5 things you definitely need to know about Fitbit Sense.

Fitbit is famous for its activity trackers, smartwatches, and wireless-enabled wearable technology devices that are capable of measuring data such as heartbeat rate, a number of steps walked, steps climbed, quality of sleep, and other personal metrics.

Currently, the company has announced Sense which is the most tech-loaded and ambitious smartwatch to date. It boasts traditional fitness and sleeps tracking capabilities but the amazing features it has the built-in electrodermal activity (EDA) that helps to manage stress.

To sum up, it has a new ECG app for advanced heart rate tracking as well as the on-wrist skin temperature sensor. Sense contains almost all areas of your physical well being.

Fitbit SenseSource: screenrant.com

Now, let's discuss things that you should know about Fitbit Sense.

1. It helps to manage your stress

Stress is not a matter of issue for a huge amount of people but many people recently have realized how debilitating it can be. You may go through severe health problems if you have a high level of stress like heart disease and obesity. It is obvious to say it affects your mental health too.

It is very unrealistic to say or expect smartwatches can remove stress from your life but with the combination of built-in tech and Fitbit app, it helps to manage your stress by providing insights into your body's response to stress and advice from Fitbit's team of a behavioral health specialist.

EDA sensor is responsible for all this as it can detect small electrical changes in your sweat level of the skin. It will take your reading immediately if you place your palm over the watch face.

Fitbit also allows you to pair it with a new mindful tool in the Fitbit app that allows you to set your weekly goals and reminders and so…on.

Sense allows you to access your stress management score where your heartbeat rate, sleep, and other activities are taken into consideration. 

If you are Fitbit premium user, you will be able to get a more detailed breakdown of how your score is calculated.

2. It constantly watches for changes in your well being

Fitbit Sense contains a skin temperature sensor that is able to detect any changes which may indicate that you are entering a new menstrual phase or getting ill.

You can observe variations and trends by wearing it while you sleep alongside the rest of your personalized data in the Fitbit premium version. This is available in the new Health Metrics dashboard.

3. It is able to listen to your heart

Fitbit Sense, a company's first device with an electrocardiogram (ECG) allows assessing heart rhythm for any irregularities. This feature is similar to Apple Watch Series 5.

You can get your reading by pressing your finger against the corner of the stainless steel ring for 30 seconds. These readings can even be downloaded to pass to the doctor.

According to Fitbit, it is one of the most advanced heart rate techs yet with a new multi-path heart rate sensor and updated algorithm delivers.

4. It suits your wrist

It has adopted the same minimalist and clean look of previous Fitbit smartwatches. It features a new design language " inspired by the human body".

It is slightly rounded than the Apple watch and is shaped using the combination of stainless steel and aluminum. It is lightweight and is something that makes you feel happier when it's on your wrist. It can be easily swapped between bands and is water-resistant up to 50m.

Comparing to previous Fitbit smartwatches, the AMOLED display is larger which features an ambient light sensor to automatically dim screen for viewing in a dark environment.

5. It is able to do everything that you would expect from smartwatches

Yes, Fitbit Sense lacks a vast array of third-party apps like Apple Watch but it has a comprehensive feature set and of no difference.

It offers on-device GPs,2o+ exercise models, sleep tracking, and other tracking activities. It supports both Google and Amazon assistant and battery remains at 6+ days.

It is available to pre-order now for  £300 in lunar white/soft gold stainless steel and carbon/graphite stainless steel.

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