Athletes, professionals and sports performance enthusiasts searching for a reliable and detailed heart rate tracker based on ECG technology may be interested in the new BEAT 20 device launched via Kickstarter this week and created by the small team of developers based in Los Angeles, California. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the “revolutionary sensor technology” incorporated into the BEAT 20 heart rate monitor.
Early bird pledges for BEAT 20 are now available from roughly £47 or $60 offering a considerable 31% saving off the recommended retail price, which will take effect once the crowdfunding campaign comes to an end. “BEAT 20 is a wearable continuous monitor free of wires and patches, based on ECG sensor technology, capable of generating a Heart-Rhythm Graph, displays the dynamic heart rate, resting heart rate, 24-hour continuous heart rate, while maintaining maximum comfort as well as super high precision, over threshold warning to reach a physical peak and prevents over training. Offers a practical measure for assessing exercise intensity and daily health management. “
“The heart beats about 2.5 billion times over the average lifetime, pushing millions of gallons of blood to every part of the body. A healthy heart doesn’t beat with the regularity of clockwork. It speeds up and slows down to accommodate your changing need for oxygen as your activities vary throughout the day. A “normal” heart rate varies from person to person. However, an unusually high resting heart rate or low maximum heart rate may signify an increased risk of heart
Heart rate training makes use of the fact that the demand for oxygen rises with exercise intensity. It helps coach or athlete to design the overall training program. Heart rate can be considered as a reliable indicator of the physiological load both for immediate training monitoring and for post-training analysis. A more reliable and detailed heart rate after one stage training.”
To learn more about the ECG based heart rate tracker jump over to the official Kickstarter crowdfunding project page by following the link below. If all goes well with manufacturing and the Kickstarter campaign is successful worldwide shipping is expected to commence during July 2019.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Gadgets News, Top News