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Salutron, Inc. Showcases Benefits of Heart Rate Measurement in Activity Monitoring at ShowStoppers and CES 2014
Date:1/7/2014

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- 2014 International CES -- Salutron, Inc. today showcased the importance of heart rate monitoring in providing accurate measurements for activity tracking that provides consumers with opportunities for better health. The LifeTrak series offers the industry's only physiological monitoring devices to feature 365 days of use with no charging, waterproof format, and the most important health measurement of all: your beating heart.  LifeTrak removes the guesswork by allowing you to check your resting heart rate to accurately calculate your fitness age.

Debuting at CES is the newest addition to the LifeTrak series, the Zone R415.  This is the only waterproof activity tracker on the market to feature smartphone notifications and heart rate monitoring!  Incoming calls, SMS, and Email are all delivered right to your wrist.  The Zone R415 also features intelligent wake up, gently waking you with vibration when you are in your lightest stage of sleep.  Your data is visible and stored on the LifeTrak device but you can also sync data to popular apps such as MapMyFitness, Argus, AnD Wellness Connected (expected in April 2014) and others.

Salutron also provides a sneak peek of a premier product with continuous heart rate!  The upcoming addition to the LifeTrak activity series includes the key features below, plus automatic monitoring of your heart rate 24/7, providing a more comprehensive record of cardiac health and overall fitness.

Key Features of LifeTrak series:

  • Heart Rate: ECG-accurate heart rate monitoring without a chest strap.
  • Automatic Sleep Monitoring: Auto-detection of start and end of sleep cycle combined with actigraphy tracking of micro movement
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