Wellograph, Inc. has announced the availability of the world’s first smart watch with a sapphire crystal display. Wellograph combines an activity tracker, strapless heart rate monitor, and running watch to provide visual data measurements.
It is the only device that reads the users’ pulse all day, records resting, high/low and average heart rate, and is the first to provide summary modes that give users an overview of data.
Unlike other smart watches, Wellograph supports all three major platforms, including iOS, Android, and Windows Phone. It can also function independently, storing up to four months of data internally. The device boasts a seven-day battery life.
Wellograph will also be available in Microsoft stores in mid-September.
With news that Apple’s “iWatch” might not be available until next year, Wellograph may be arriving on the market at the perfect time, although its premium price might turn off a few would-be users.
Welcome to Wellograph. It is here. pic.twitter.com/BKvgq3aDms
— Wellograph (@Wellograph) August 29, 2014
We’ll be receiving a Wellograph very soon for review. You can read more about Wellograph by clicking this link.