Fearghast, 11 Jun 2019No it won't. False detection might be even more dangerous than correct one. Especialy if you ... moreI think idiots are the one who doesn't know how to use a device and blames the device for being misused. Understand the limitation and use it within those limitation. How useful something is subjective. It is useful as long as you can interpret the results within specification. It's only not useful if its completely random. Otherwise, IT IS USEFUL, because its all relative!
Fearghast, 11 Jun 2019You have no clue how is ECG measured, right? I mean not PR theory, real knowlege. TBH only... moreIt's all about the RELATIVE results. Absolute value is meaningless. That's the whole purpose of these devices.
Anonymous, 11 Jun 2019These watches are not designed for professional use. As your certification indicates, as in th... moreNo it won't. False detection might be even more dangerous than correct one.
Especialy if you take for consideration Apple results 18 test - one was correct.
Just take a look at what real doctor or better yet cardiologist has to say about that. They will literally laugh i your face.
Fearghast, 11 Jun 2019You have no clue how is ECG measured, right?
I mean not PR theory, real knowlege.
TBH only... moreThese watches are not designed for professional use. As your certification indicates, as in the Apple Watch, as you comment as an estimate that performs. Even so, saying that they are 5% accurate is false. While they are not comparable with professional instruments.
In general they work decently well for their purpose. And in the case of optical pulse meters, they allow you to do without chest straps except for series and rapid changes of rhythm.
Surely in more than one case will help, like the detector of falls if you are playing sports or go fast by bicycle. Better that than don't wear nothing. You only wear or carry a professional device when it is prescribed because you already have a serious problem, due to its cost, maintenance and monitoring.
Sam, 11 Jun 2019Their optical heart rate sensor was improved a lot even being a simple one and now is as accur... moreYou have no clue how is ECG measured, right?
I mean not PR theory, real knowlege.
TBH only idiot would fully trust numbers you see on any smartwatch - steps, heart rate, EKG etc. all really rough estimates.
Anonymous, 11 Jun 2019Huami? A little bit confused for me, I thought it is another Huawei sub-brand.From what I read and understood, it is a Xiaomi sub brand.
Huami? A little bit confused for me, I thought it is another Huawei sub-brand.
Anonymous, 11 Jun 2019Not talking about google. They are dirty too. I'm talking about Apple.Well, Apple monitors you all the time. Especially taking advantage that their code is proprietary. So they have more freedom than any other open source to track and monitor you and allow access that data to whoever they want.
Fearghast, 11 Jun 2019Useless ECG with 5% accuracy ... even Bip 2 botched with 1/3 of the battery life?Their optical heart rate sensor was improved a lot even being a simple one and now is as accurate as any other on the market among the good guys. Plus their new ones are a lot better with better components.
I doubt that their ECG has 5% accuracy. And sure that if at the beginning they must adjust it, they'll do, like they did with the optical heart rate sensor. Someone at Apple afraid?
Useless ECG with 5% accuracy ... even Bip 2 botched with 1/3 of the battery life?
Good watches for the price and good value for money. Waiting for the Stratos succesor in my case. Hope it'll maintain its quality construction and transfective screen being a sports centered watch plus the ECG and improved sensors like this ones, the eSim will be welcome too as an extra. That will absolutly be a perfect watch, with its few flaws addressed. They could even profit to increase its protection from 5 to 10 bar. Hopes hopes... waiting for it.
Anonymous, 11 Jun 2019Chinese personal monitoring device. Nice! Wondering who would allow themselves to use such a... moreI agree. After all, only America and American government agencies are allowed to monitor everything you're doing 24/7, right? Heaven forbid some other country that isn't the Most Glorious United States of Burgerland be collecting data on people, right?
Chinese personal monitoring device. Nice!
Wondering who would allow themselves to use such a thing...