ALFAWISE i7E Atrial Fibrillation ECG IP68 Waterproof Health Fitness Band: One Minute Overview

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Zeroner Health Pro –

The Alfawise I7E Full Touch ECG Monitor Smart Watch is a state-of-the-art fitness tracker. Five health indicators are included: ECG, atrial fibrillation, blood pressure, fatigue index, health index. With AI, the App provides health analysis for you. 24-hour heart rate monitoring. Alfawise Full Touch ECG Monitor Smart Watch also offers breathing training and sleep monitor to improve your health. The advanced fitness tracker can automatically detect 12 sports modes, including walking, cycling, running, climbing, and a variety of ball sports, so you don't need to select the modes, and it has a flashing light on the front that change color to show you instantly what heart rate zone you are in while working out.

This i7E smart health band is in the same class as the V19 up next for review. Make sure you watch that one as well to get a broad understanding about new ways of monitoring hearth health. Much of this new technology is due to the expertly designed Zeroner Health Pro. One of the most amazing features of this band/app combination is special Lorentz Scatter Diagrams (scatter plots). In the background, starting at midnight, the i7E begins continuously assessing heart rate variability for placing little dots on an ever evolving scatter plot. It resets itself each night at midnight and does its testing throughout the night. A user doesn't need to touch anything, just wear the band to bed. Later, when the data is synced with the app, the scatter plot is created. This happens night after night, and can be examined and studied in detail. It's an extensive X-Y graph of HRV values plotted in a way that allows for irregularities to be instantly viewable. Combined with the help screen that shows example plots of different heart conditions, it's a powerful tool you can use to gather information for your doctor or health professional.

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Important Notices for Heart Monitoring Devices –
BIOMETRIC MEASUREMENT WARNING: This device claims to produce and evaluate heart wave ECG data. The accuracy of the readings HAVE NOT BEEN VERIFIED and MAY NOT BE ACCURATE. As such, you are advised to proceed with caution and to *NOT* rely upon readings from this or any similar devices for making decisions regarding your medical condition or health. Fitness/Health watches/bands offering biometric measurements such as heart rate, Blood Pressure, blood oxygen, fatigue, breath rate, etc., should be considered supplemental to seeking true and accurate readings taken under optimal conditions by trained professionals using accurate, calibrated equipment. If you feel concerned about your health, do not self-diagnose, especially from using inexpensive, uncalibrated non-medical wearable devices such as this one. Seek proper medical advice. Enjoy your new toy, but remember, it is a toy.

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    1. I’m not sure what to compare there. One is square and the other is round. That’s a pretty obvious decision point that doesn’t require a review to explain.

    1. I’m working on that as we speak. Looking into getting one where the scatter plot displays directly on the watch just like last night’s sleep time would on sleep tracking watches. It’s not here yet, but the momentum is building. You’ll learn more in upcoming videos. This is the first of a whole series I’ll be launching this week. Buckle in for the ride!

    2. @SmartWatch Ticks awesome cant wait for that. I also found out that this band doesnt display the ecg in realtime either. Need the app for that.

    3. Yes, you’ll see all that and more in the upcoming full review. None of these bands are large enough to see even a fraction of the ECG wave, but this one is amazingly fast and easy to hook up and make a chart. It does it in 30 seconds, and I’ve messed with it extensively to verify that it’s a real chart of my heart wave. You can even do a few of them (not sure how many yet) before transferring to the app, so if you’re out exercising you can do a baseline reading, a peek reading, a pre and post recovery reading, etc., then check them all after you sync. I honestly have not taken this off except to charge it (daily though I think it would last two days with all continuous modes turned on) for about three weeks now.

  1. The “push up” is actually a plank. 😉 Waiting for your full review as this might be the fitness band I’m looking for… if you recommend it. 😀

    1. No, not that sophisticated yet, but we may see more fancy ones in the future. This is first release of ‘proof of concept’. By this time next year it will really look old, I’m sure, but for now it is exciting!


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