Is the Wellograph Wellness Watch, with it’s sapphire crystal glass display, the shape of things to come for smart fitness watches of the future?
Looks can be deceiving, and not content with letting you know just how many ‘points’ you have earned, or having a guess at your calorie expenditure, the Wellograph Wellness Watch is no pimped-up pedometer!
Incorporating an accelerometer, stopwatch, built-in hear rate monitor plus an almost unscratchable sapphire crystal glass display, it just could be setting the scene for new things to come in the wearable fitness fashion market.
Navigation is via two buttons on the right hand side of the watch. The various screen options include heart rate, fitness level (compared to others in your age range), steps and daily and weekly activity breakdown.
Although it doesn’t offer a GPS for the more serious runner looking for that accuracy, the Wellograph Wellness Watch with its 168×144 monochrome screen, aluminium back, stainless steel front, two weeks battery life (before recharge) is definitely smarter than a fitness band.
Store your data for up to 4 months and sync to an iOS and Android-compatible app via Bluetooth for long term progress report and monitoring.
Cost: Around AU$350.