Chandrakant 'CK' Isi
15:02 20th Oct, 2016
Moov HR Is A Fitness Headband With Heart-Rate Sensor
The wearable comes in two variants with a price tag of $60.
How do you find out if a person is working out? Well, he will make it point to tell you by showing off his fitness band. Soon, such wannabe fitness freaks won't have to try hard to show-off as the wearable brand Moov has unveiled a fitness headband. Dubbed as Moov HR, the gadget comes with an in-built heart-rate sensor.
The American brand claims that according to its research, the best location for accurate pulse reading is the head. The Moov HR comes with a companion app that guides you through the workouts move-by-move. While encouraging you for the exercise, it also makes sure you remain in the ideal heart rate zone. Of course, it also comes with different training modes to choose from. The gadget packs-in a built-in rechargeable battery that can last for weeks on a single charge. The Moov HR is available in Sweat and Swim variants. The former is meant for your regular workout, running, and cycling. On the other hand, the Moov Swim, as its name suggests, comes with a rugged and durable swim band.
Both the Moov HR Sweat and Moov HR Swim are priced at $60, which roughly translates to Rs 4000. The manufacturer's official website is offering a $20 discount if you order two devices. The company offers delivery in India, for which you will be charged additional $20.
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