pulse-o2Don’t you just love modern day gizmos? If someone were to come up to you a couple of decades ago, telling you that there is this particular device which is capable of keeping track of your health, vital signs and sleep, you would have dismissed them as having escaped from the local nuthouse. Not so in this day and age, especially with the likes of the Withings Pulse O2 tracker.

This 119.95 Euro device will be able to capture details such as number of steps taken, distance walked, elevation climbed and calories burned throughout the day, and even when you go to bed at night, it will not stop working. No sir, as you make your way about dreamland, the Pulse O2 will be able to monitor your sleeping cycles, measuring your heart rate and blood oxygen level when asked.

Having the Pulse O2 can be equated to an empowering experience, since you can then make more informed choices, as the Pulse O2 adapts to your style instead of having it the other way around. Wearing the Pulse O2 can be done in 3 different ways – around your wrist with the adjustable wristband, hooking it up to your belt or apparel using the clip, or simply drop it into your pocket or bag, and you’re good to go. The wristband method is the only way for it to be worn if you want the Pulse O2 to monitor your sleep though.

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