With Fitbit bought by Google, Pollix is the new fitness smartwatch on the market

With its incredibly competitive price tag and an aesthetic + feature list to match, the Pollix is a great nemesis to the Apple Watch. In fact, it’s a great smartwatch to own if you’re not fond of the idea of surrendering your data to one of the tech giants… and if you’re especially displeased by Google acquiring Fitbit and all its customer data. This is the Pollix. It’s modeled on one of the finest smartwatches, with features to match. A lightweight aluminum case surrounds the watch’s square-shaped display (complete with an Apple Watch style wallpaper), and interchangeable straps allow you to give your watch new personas. The watch costs practically a quarter of what the Apple Watch costs, but comes with all the important features, from the GPS and ability to send and receive calls and texts, to an optical heart sensor and a waterproof construction. The Pollix has an incredibly intuitive fitness tracker that rivals even the best smartwatches, and it even comes with an ECG monitor, just like the latest Apple Watch does, but here’s where it gets better. The Pollix even has a blood-pressure monitor, something that’s missing from Apple and Fitbit’s offerings, and somehow still manages to have a battery life of 10+ days so you can go a week without needing to take your watch off to charge it.

The Pollix’s most defining feature is its ability to be a great fitness tracker. With a sufficiently advanced AI sitting within it, the Pollix doesn’t just track your activities, it recognizes the type of exercise you’re getting, identifying between running, jogging, skipping, doing yoga, playing soccer, or even swimming. It comprehensively captures your activity and your workout, giving you 24/7 heart-rate data so you know how you’re performing. The watch even monitors sleep, as well as fatigue, letting you know when you need to sit down or give your body a break. Obviously it performs traditional smartwatch functions too, from giving you text and call alerts, helping you navigate, and even control music playback from your wrist.

The Pollix’s biggest pro is its ability to exist outside the Apple-Google-Samsung (and China) ecosystem. It doesn’t come with a dependence on third-party services like your phone’s inbuilt fitness tracking, or your voice-assistant. It packs its own independent dashboard and an app that simply helps you control your smartphone’s features through your watch. Pollix is based out of Austria, which means your data, for the most part, should also be protected by European GDPR laws. It’s honestly a great watch for someone who doesn’t want to surrender their fitness/medical data to a large company like Apple or Google. Come for the data independence, stay for the great design, swappable wrist-straps, competitive price tag, and that glorious 10+ day battery life!

Designer: Serhii Yefimov

Click Here to Buy Now: $110 $220 (50% off). Hurry, less than 48 hours left!

Pollix Watch – The Prime Health & Fitness Smartwatch

Aiming to make better fitness possible, the Pollix Watch features AI technology with GPS, ECG, HR, SPO2, blood pressure, and 10+ days battery life.

The Pollix comes in a flush, IP68 waterproof 46mm case and the IPS Display made from crack-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass.

Features

The Pollix tracks your hourly activity, and your resting time, your steps, your distance, your sleep quality, your sleep hours, your calories burned, your distance climbed, your workout quality, your heart rate, the team also engineered ECG, atrial fibrillation, SPO2 oxygen, Fatigue Index and AI blood pressure monitoring.

Pollix Artificial Intelligence Technology

Their AI technology is designed and engineered to help you understand yourself more clearly and accurately.

App & Dashboard

With the Pollix App, you can customize your dashboard catered to you. Keep your friends updated on your progress, remain up-to-date on your stats, read AI suggestions, and receive all the alerts you set. Pollix App links up with your device (or devices) to sync your information, and you can also sync it with third-party apps, including Strava, MyFitnessPall, Health App, and S-Health.

Their AI technology will calculate and analyze the statistics that comprise your daily activity, helping you to plan your meals and your workout strategy.

The AI considers any and all details in your life in order to make suggestions.  The System stores all the fitness tracker data in a database, where the App will regularly deploy new algorithms, becoming more accurate the more that you use it.

Workouts

The system includes automatic workout detection, yoga workouts, hiking workouts, advanced running features (like cadence and pace alerts), and up to five metrics simultaneously.

17+ goal-based exercise modes. Select workouts that include running, biking, swimming, practicing yoga, and circuit training. Figure out your goals in each activity and try to reach them.

Automatic Exercise Recognition. It recognizes when you are running, swimming, riding an elliptical, or playing sports so that you never need to change anything manually. All your records will appear in the Pollix App automatically.

Built-In GPS. They have built GPS Chips, GLONASS, and BEIDOU three-position system into their fitness watch. Keep an accurate record of your pace, distance, and other key stats any time you climb, cycle, or run. Check your split times and map your route.

Swimproof & Tracks Swims up to 50M. Pollix Watch remains functional, counting your stats and keeping track of your progress.

24/7 Heart Rate & Heart Rate Zones. The 24/7 heart rate will determine your calorie burn, workout, and health trend goals, and the real-time dynamic heart rate zone will tell you when you are in a fat burn, aerobic, or extreme zone so that you can modify your workouts appropriately.

Health Features

Keep a close eye on your ECG. Pollix Watch will notify you if your heart rate dips or spikes, and it will also pick up on irregular rhythms. From fall detection to emergency SOS alerts.

ECG Monitoring (NSR & AFib). Normal Sinus Rhythm (NSR) and Atrial Fibrillation (AFib) are just a peek away using their always-on ECG. This Watch recognizes more than ten different arrhythmia symptoms, including tachycardia, bradycardia, and tachyarrhythmia.

Blood Pressure Monitoring. Watch your blood pressure closely, reading your numbers accurately through a high sampling frequency.

Meditation. Keeps track of your HRV values to put a score on your meditation.

Sleep Tracking. Pollix Watch will determine your sleep quality, recording your deep sleep, light sleep, and waking times to figure out how much rest you need.

Fatigue Monitoring. Will alert when you are fatigued and need to sit down or sleep for a while.

Notification & Motivation

Receive your alerts through call, text, calendar notifications, or push notifications.

Share your activities with your friends, organize coaching, set up challenges, and earn awards.

Watch-face & Accessories

Pollix Watch will fit any normal-size 20mm band, including sports brand designed for movement and breathability, stylish woven bands, and premium leather bands.

Select any clock face that suits you.

Click Here to Buy Now: $110 $220 (50% off). Hurry, less than 48 hours left!

FLUX Beamo Review: An Easy and Compact CO2 Laser Cutter/Engraver

Ever since I saw a CO2 laser cutter in action at a maker space I visited, I always wanted to have one for my own workshop. The ability to cleanly cut and engrave materials with laser precision has all kinds of uses, from cutting out flat-pack models and puzzles, to adding logos and personalization to objects. But most of the more capable CO2 laser cutters on the market are expensive, difficult to use, and take up a lot of space.

The folks at FLUX aim to change that with their Beamo, a laser cutter/engraver that’s small enough to fit on a desktop, yet is powerful and versatile enough for pro-quality work. It’s also well-priced, with early bird orders on Kickstarter going for as little as $849. FLUX has a strong track record with its crowdfunded projects, having previously delivered on its well-rated Delta+ 3D printer.

Measuring in at 24.21″ (w) x 17.52″ (d) x 6.97″ (h), and weighing 48.5 pounds, the Beamo is equipped with a 30-watt CO2 laser, which basically zaps high voltage across a glass tube filled with CO2 gas, producing a powerful beam from the end of its tube. The beam is then reflected using mirrors, and crisply focused using a lens, which narrows the beam down to about 0.2mm. The Beamo’s resolution is roughly 1000 dpi, and it can engrave at speeds up to 300 mm per second.

I was fortunate enough to get my hands on a pre-production Beamo, and I have to say that I’m very impressed. It took no time to get it set up and connected to my network, and within 10 minutes of opening the box, I had my first completed piece. Everything comes pre-assembled in the box – all you need to do is connect the Wi-Fi antenna (or an Ethernet cable), attach the vent hose to the back of the printer, and plug it in. You’ll definitely want to run that vent hose to a window, as it’s important to keep the fumes in your space to a minimum.

The Beamo can engrave a variety of different materials, including wood, cardboard, fabric, glass, acrylic, leather, stone, tile, and more. Cutting is limited to cardboard, paper, wood, acrylic, and other similar lightweight materials, with maximum thicknesses between 3mm and 5mm. There’s enough room inside the machine to handle objects up to 11.81″ by 8.27″ (300 x 210 mm), and as tall as 1.77″ (45 mm.)

Preparing for a cutting or engraving job is as simple as placing your object on the ventilated surface, flipping down the plastic calibration clip on the head unit, then loosening the knurled knob on the laser head and adjusting it to the height of the object. This ensures a sharp beam focus. This manual adjustment process is easy and takes only a couple of seconds, though buyers can opt for an autofocus module, which also enables slightly deeper cuts in woods (up to 7mm.) That tool is currently bundled with a rotary module, which allows for engraving on curved surfaces, such as drinking glasses.

Working with the Beamo Studio desktop application is quite easy. It works on both Mac OS and Windows (I used the Mac version), and provides an intuitive interface for setting up your artwork. Since the Beamo has a built-in camera, you first use the Camera tool to preview your work piece, then you can start arranging your digital cutting files. The app works with SVG and DXF vector files, as well as JPG and PNG bitmap art. Vector files generally produce sharper images, but with a high enough resolution bitmap, the Beamo does just fine too.

The software comes with presets for a variety of materials and job types, and you can create multi-layered jobs with different settings. For instance, you could import one layer with sharp vector lines, another layer with a bitmap shading, and yet another layer, and set it to cut an outline. This way you can create complicated objects in a single pass. FLUX also plans on releasing a mobile app which will allow users to snap photos, place them using the Beamo’s camera, then send them for output, but it hasn’t been released for review as of yet.

 

The Beamo made quick and precise work of the wood, paper, mirrored glass, and leather that I tested with, though the irregularities of leather cause some blurring that you don’t get in flatter and smoother materials like wood. For materials not listed, you might have to experiment on some scrap to get the power, speed, and repetition settings right. Be sure to avoid using certain plastics, foams, and adhesives with a laser cutter, as it can create toxic fumes or damage the machine.  Render times can vary dramatically depending on the material and complexity of job you’re outputting. Smaller jobs can take as little as a minute, while the most complex images I tested with took 20 minutes or so.

I cannot recommend the FLUX Beamo highly enough. It brings the power of CO2 laser cutting and engraving down to a size and price that many more people can afford, and unlike some crowdfunding projects, the hardware and software is ready for primetime. The Kickstarter campaign for the Beamo is running through Saturday, November 30, 2019 at 11:00 am Central Time, so if you want to get in on one of the earlier units and pre-release pricing as low as $849, now is the time.

For those looking for a larger work area, FLUX is also readying the Beambox, which can work with objects as large as 15.7″ x 14.7″, and cuts material up to 10mm thick. That model is quite a bit more expensive, though, with prices starting at $2499.

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Essential Design needs an Industrial Designer!

Essential Design, located in Boston, has developed an award-winning portfolio of products and services in collaboration with clients from the consumer, commercial, and medical domains – ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. Their work bridges physical, digital products and services. As a result, their design team aims to enhance holistic user experiences. A cross-section of Essential’s recent work includes consumer products, professional equipment, medical devices, health and wellness platforms/communities, ‘green’ building initiatives, and athletic performance monitoring systems. Their office is a casual, loft-like, studio atmosphere with very convenient access to public transit. Apply now to be a part of this innovative workspace!

Essential Design collaborated with Shure to create the new Shure: SE Earphones, which have been recognized by the industry for their best-in-class performance, sound isolation and rugged durability – all hallmarks of the Shure brand.

The Opportunity

As an industrial designer at Essential, you will be expected to apply your highest creative and analytical skills in the design of products, interactions, and services for their clients. Your role will vary based on project requirements and will include research to identify critical design issues, participation in brainstorming sessions, concept development, detail design development, CAD database development, color/material/finish specification, and design-control communications in the down-stream engineering and manufacturing phases of development. In these efforts, you will interact with clients, vendors, partner organizations, and internal staff as an industry-leading professional and as a representative of the Essential team – building relationships and growing your and Essential’s reputation for creativity and delivery quality while helping to make their design process engaging, rewarding and fun.

Responsibilities

  • Performs secondary research, trends, technology, and competitive landscape.
  • Participates in brainstorming and generates content in order to achieve innovative and appropriate design solutions for users, clients, timelines, and budgets.
  • Supports design execution of projects from brainstorming to a hands-on role in detailed development using 3-d design tools such as Solidworks and Keyshot.
  • Develops content for client and internal deliverables.
  • Interacts with clients in the development of assets.
  • Demonstrates confidence and competencies to create interim and final deliverables.
  • Creates on brand inspiration or mood boards to help create a dialog with the client.
  • Demonstrates excellent verbal and visual communication skills and communicates effectively with multi-disciplinary teams.
  • Sets examples for interns/co-ops.
  • Seeks opportunities to enhance skills, learn from others.
  • Assists senior personnel in the planning of new programs, management of on-going projects and engagement of third party vendors to solidify planning and implementation details.
  • Participates actively in project reviews.
  • Clarifies and delivers on expectations to other team members (within and across disciplines) to maintain efficiency and quality.
  • Proactively engages with others, offering assistance/advice whenever possible.
  • Willing to travel for research and to client sites for workshops and presentations.

Requirements

  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design
  • 3-5 years of relevant design experience
  • US Citizens or Green Card holders only at this time
  •  SolidWorks proficiency strongly preferred
  • High level of personal commitment to quality, with demonstrated thoroughness and attention to detail
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, highlighted by a flexible and collaborative working style
  • General understanding and appreciation for mechanical engineering, interaction design, and user research preferred
  • Passion for learning and an ability to “get smart fast”

How to Apply

Please submit your resume, portfolio (digital link or PDF copy), and letter of interest to careers@essentialdesign.com.

Location

Boston, MA.

Click here to Apply Now! 


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This 360 degree interactive projector is the one gadget designed to bring your family together!

The turn of the 21stcentury ushered in an era full of technological innovations and advances. These innovations have made our lives easier in multiple ways, simplifying even the most complex tasks and impacting almost every aspect of society. With everybody a single call away and vital information a single click away, we must appreciate the positive implications of such dynamic technology. However, every rose has its thorn. The highly digitalized world has caused us to lose our personal touch. From children as young as five years to senior citizens, almost every age group is engrossed in their smartphones, tablets, laptops, etc. Looking away from the screen has become an impossible task, and spending time as a family? An entirely rare affair. Disillusioned by this world where social interactions have become a myth, product designer Troy Linklater from the design studio Alloy, created ‘Orbit’.

Orbit is an interactive projector on steroids! An ultra-short-throw projector, Orbit can project a 360-degree view. Shaped like a Minion, the matte black gadget possesses one important feature that sets it apart from other projectors. Orbit connects with your smartphone! Place the smartphone on top of the projector and watch as it’s magic unfolds! Whatever you choose to play on the screen of your smartphone is reflected onto the corresponding surface Orbit has been placed upon. Equipped with 4 ultra-short-throw projectors, Orbit projects a 360-degree interactive touch interface onto any surface. Such a visual experience creates a central focus for the entire family, allowing them to come together to watch movies and shows, engage in fun study sessions or even have makeshift karaoke sessions to music videos! Orbit promises to connect families together through a fun, interactive and visual experience. Though the projector is still a concept, we can’t wait for the day when we can use our smartphones to share some fun moments with our loved ones!

Designer: Troy Linklater of Alloy

The Barcode Guitar Is Cooler than a Keytar

Unless you’re talking about a Keytar, most guitars are played using strings and frets. But this unique electronic instrument has neither of those. Instead, it’s played using a barcode scanner.

Maker James Bruton built this unusual electronic guitar that’s covered with barcodes on its four necks. It’s played by pointing an off-the-shelf barcode scanner at its labels. The key to the system is an Arduino MEGA board takes the scanned data and uses it to send USB and MIDI signals.

Each barcode translates to a numeric code, which is mapped to a note on the synthesizer connected to the controller. James also built in a variety of controls for adding nuance to his performance, including programmable buttons, pitch bend, and octave and channel shifters, all made from arcade controls.

Check it out in action the video clip below:

James created the body and neck of the guitar using a combination of 3D-printed parts, and off-the shelf hardware. If you’re interested in building your own barcode guitar, head over to GitHub, where you can download the CAD data and code, which James has generously shared under a GPL3 license.

PhoneBook transforms your smartphone into a 15″ laptop with a keyboard and HD touchscreen

Allow me to draw a somewhat suitable parallel. Your smartphone is like Tony Stark… Just like Stark’s human body was no match for his incredible brain, your smartphone’s internal CPU is limited by the phone’s small design. Put Stark inside the Iron man suit, however, and he could defeat aliens from other universes, and protect the earth from practically any threat. Now I’m bordering on hyperbole, but the PhoneBook is almost like an Iron Man suit for your smartphone. It turns your handheld device into a 15″ laptop, with a keyboard, trackpad, a FullHD IPS touchscreen, and much better speakers. You’re still running on your phone’s internal CPU, but you’ve unlocked your sufficiently advanced smartphone’s true potential, be it for editing or creating documents, reviewing and sending mails, binge-watching series on Netflix, or playing games like an absolute pro.

PhoneBook was built on the idea that you don’t need a separate computer for work when you’re literally carrying a computer around in your pocket. This laptop-esque device simply connects to your smartphone, tapping into its CPU, WiFi modem (or even your mobile data), and storage, turning your smartphone into a smart-laptop. When connected, you can use your smartphone to do everything your laptop can. You can type mails, edit documents, and run a host of office tools on the cloud. PhoneBook works seamlessly with both Android and iOS devices, no matter how old or new they are, so whether you’ve got a spare phone you want to put to use, or you want to hook up your personal smartphone and edit or create documents within your phone’s storage, the PhoneBook lets you do all that, while also supplying power to your smartphone, to prevent its battery from draining out, giving you the ability to work for hours right off the device that fits in your pocket! Oh, and since the PhoneBook doesn’t really have an on-board CPU with internal memory or GPU, it’s significantly lighter, costs a mere $169, ships in December this year, and here’s the best part… it actually comes with an HDMI port, two USB ports (so you can connect a USB mouse too), a USB Type-C port, and a 3.5mm aux input! Hallelujah!

Designer: John Sheng

Click Here to Buy Now: $169 $249 ($80 off). Hurry, only 4/310 left! Raised over $265,000.

PhoneBook: Turn ANY Smartphone into a Laptop Computer

The PhoneBook is a plug-in-and-play device that can turn any smartphone into a 15.6” touchscreen laptop in seconds so you can be more productive.

PhoneBook is a laptop shell that provides the “body” of a laptop computer, while your phone works as the CPU or “brain”. Just like connecting to a speaker gives your phone better sound, PhoneBook gives your phone that.

What PhoneBook Can Do

Work with office suite, browse the internet, chat with friends, run Windows program with cloud PC apps.

Unlike Samsung DeX which only supports a handful of their own models, PhoneBook supports all smartphones, iOS and Android*.

PhoneBook is also the world’s first device that empowers you to play mobile games on a big screen with a keyboard and mouse. You can use WASD keys to control the direction, use the mouse to control your view. In contrast, DeX doesn’t have keyboard or mouse support for mobile games.

You can touch, draw, or write notes on the 15.6″ multitouch screen, just like you would on an iPad / tablet.

Always Stay Connected via Your Phone’s Data, WiFi and Bluetooth

All your files are now in one device which is your phone, so you never need to struggle with syncing your data across devices, or to transfer files by sending an email to yourself. PhoneBook not only has an 8 hours all-day battery for itself but also charges your phone during use.

Click Here to Buy Now: $169 $249 ($80 off). Hurry, only 4/310 left! Raised over $265,000.

No more dreary mornings with this futuristic alarm that substitutes sunlight!

Have you ever speculated about the future? How our cities, living situations, and public spaces might end up in say 10 years time? Well, product designer Huigyu Kim believes that by 2030, the majority of the future generation will be on tight budgets, living in cramped homes. And to be honest, it does seem like an upcoming reality. The probability does arise that houses in the future may have narrows windows, or buildings could be placed compactly next to each other with nothing but the walls of the adjacent building as a view. In such a situation sunlight will become a rare myth. In fact, even now, consuming a healthy amount of sunlight has become quite difficult. Studies have proven that people who wake up to the rays of the sun streaming in through their windows arise pleasantly, with a positive attitude for the day. Whereas waking up in a dull and dreary environment leaves you lethargic and tired. Hence to combat such a situation, Kim created ‘RISEME’, an alarm clock that might just be a substitute for the morning sun. He has described Riseme as a ‘lighting alarm timer’, an alarm clock that utilizes lighting to wake you up!

Designer: Huigyu Kim

Riseme looks like a wall clock, but with an advanced upgrade. Circular and matte black, Riseme features a singular hand, impressively long and boasting a startling red color. The hand has been equipped with a tubular light at it’s back.

You can sync Riseme with the alarm on your smartphone using Bluetooth. Once the time you’ve set arrives, the alarm timer on Riseme automatically activates, with the hand lighting up and illuminating your entire room!

Another perk is that you can control Riseme physically as well. Equipped with analog sensitivity which is stimulated on touch, the timer can be set by hand. Hence the alarm clock boasts digital-to-analog harmony, controllable digitally as well as tangibly! Though Riseme does seem like the alarm clock of the future, I do believe it is supremely useful even today. I don’t know about you, but my everyday smartphone alarm isn’t the best at waking me up from my deep slumber. But an alarm that rings like a siren and fills up my room with bright light is sure to wake me up in a jiffy! Waking up to rays of light that constitute as sunlight will not only give us all a fresh start to the day, but increase our daily productivity as well.

The Pollix is ideal for someone who wants the Apple Watch experience without the price tag

With its incredibly competitive price tag and an aesthetic + feature list to match, the Pollix is a great nemesis to the Apple Watch. In fact, it’s a great smartwatch to own if you’re not fond of the idea of surrendering your data to one of the tech giants… and if you’re especially displeased by Google acquiring Fitbit and all its customer data. This is the Pollix. It’s modeled on one of the finest smartwatches, with features to match. A lightweight aluminum case surrounds the watch’s square-shaped display (complete with an Apple Watch style wallpaper), and interchangeable straps allow you to give your watch new personas. The watch costs practically a quarter of what the Apple Watch costs, but comes with all the important features, from the GPS and ability to send and receive calls and texts, to an optical heart sensor and a waterproof construction. The Pollix has an incredibly intuitive fitness tracker that rivals even the best smartwatches, and it even comes with an ECG monitor, just like the latest Apple Watch does, but here’s where it gets better. The Pollix even has a blood-pressure monitor, something that’s missing from Apple and Fitbit’s offerings, and somehow still manages to have a battery life of 10+ days so you can go a week without needing to take your watch off to charge it.

The Pollix’s most defining feature is its ability to be a great fitness tracker. With a sufficiently advanced AI sitting within it, the Pollix doesn’t just track your activities, it recognizes the type of exercise you’re getting, identifying between running, jogging, skipping, doing yoga, playing soccer, or even swimming. It comprehensively captures your activity and your workout, giving you 24/7 heart-rate data so you know how you’re performing. The watch even monitors sleep, as well as fatigue, letting you know when you need to sit down or give your body a break. Obviously it performs traditional smartwatch functions too, from giving you text and call alerts, helping you navigate, and even control music playback from your wrist.

The Pollix’s biggest pro is its ability to exist outside the Apple-Google-Samsung (and China) ecosystem. It doesn’t come with a dependence on third-party services like your phone’s inbuilt fitness tracking, or your voice-assistant. It packs its own independent dashboard and an app that simply helps you control your smartphone’s features through your watch. Pollix is based out of Austria, which means your data, for the most part, should also be protected by European GDPR laws. It’s honestly a great watch for someone who doesn’t want to surrender their fitness/medical data to a large company like Apple or Google. Come for the data independence, stay for the great design, swappable wrist-straps, competitive price tag, and that glorious 10+ day battery life!

Designer: Serhii Yefimov

Click Here to Buy Now: $110 $220 (50% off). Hurry, only 132/500 left!

Pollix Watch – The Prime Health & Fitness Smartwatch

Aiming to make better fitness possible, the Pollix Watch features AI technology with GPS, ECG, HR, SPO2, blood pressure, and 10+ days battery life.

The Pollix comes in a flush, IP68 waterproof 46mm case and the IPS Display made from crack-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass.

Features

The Pollix tracks your hourly activity, and your resting time, your steps, your distance, your sleep quality, your sleep hours, your calories burned, your distance climbed, your workout quality, your heart rate, the team also engineered ECG, atrial fibrillation, SPO2 oxygen, Fatigue Index and AI blood pressure monitoring.

Pollix Artificial Intelligence Technology

Their AI technology is designed and engineered to help you understand yourself more clearly and accurately.

App & Dashboard

With the Pollix App, you can customize your dashboard catered to you. Keep your friends updated on your progress, remain up-to-date on your stats, read AI suggestions, and receive all the alerts you set. Pollix App links up with your device (or devices) to sync your information, and you can also sync it with third-party apps, including Strava, MyFitnessPall, Health App, and S-Health.

Their AI technology will calculate and analyze the statistics that comprise your daily activity, helping you to plan your meals and your workout strategy.

The AI considers any and all details in your life in order to make suggestions.  The System stores all the fitness tracker data in a database, where the App will regularly deploy new algorithms, becoming more accurate the more that you use it.

Workouts

The system includes automatic workout detection, yoga workouts, hiking workouts, advanced running features (like cadence and pace alerts), and up to five metrics simultaneously.

17+ goal-based exercise modes. Select workouts that include running, biking, swimming, practicing yoga, and circuit training. Figure out your goals in each activity and try to reach them.

Automatic Exercise Recognition. It recognizes when you are running, swimming, riding an elliptical, or playing sports so that you never need to change anything manually. All your records will appear in the Pollix App automatically.

Built-In GPS. They have built GPS Chips, GLONASS, and BEIDOU three-position system into their fitness watch. Keep an accurate record of your pace, distance, and other key stats any time you climb, cycle, or run. Check your split times and map your route.

Swimproof & Tracks Swims up to 50M. Pollix Watch remains functional, counting your stats and keeping track of your progress.

24/7 Heart Rate & Heart Rate Zones. The 24/7 heart rate will determine your calorie burn, workout, and health trend goals, and the real-time dynamic heart rate zone will tell you when you are in a fat burn, aerobic, or extreme zone so that you can modify your workouts appropriately.

Health Features

Keep a close eye on your ECG. Pollix Watch will notify you if your heart rate dips or spikes, and it will also pick up on irregular rhythms. From fall detection to emergency SOS alerts.

ECG Monitoring (NSR & AFib). Normal Sinus Rhythm (NSR) and Atrial Fibrillation (AFib) are just a peek away using their always-on ECG. This Watch recognizes more than ten different arrhythmia symptoms, including tachycardia, bradycardia, and tachyarrhythmia.

Blood Pressure Monitoring. Watch your blood pressure closely, reading your numbers accurately through a high sampling frequency.

Meditation. Keeps track of your HRV values to put a score on your meditation.

Sleep Tracking. Pollix Watch will determine your sleep quality, recording your deep sleep, light sleep, and waking times to figure out how much rest you need.

Fatigue Monitoring. Will alert when you are fatigued and need to sit down or sleep for a while.

Notification & Motivation

Receive your alerts through call, text, calendar notifications, or push notifications.

Share your activities with your friends, organize coaching, set up challenges, and earn awards.

Watch-face & Accessories

Pollix Watch will fit any normal-size 20mm band, including sports brand designed for movement and breathability, stylish woven bands, and premium leather bands.

Select any clock face that suits you.

Click Here to Buy Now: $110 $220 (50% off). Hurry, only 132/500 left!