Smart bracelets, in our lives, also have a variety of names such as smart watches, smart pedometers and mobile medical checklists. These are the names that everyone gives according to its function. The definition of the smart bracelet in writing is very simple. It is a wearable smart device that is presented to people through the form of a watch, which is easy to carry, commonly known as a bracelet.
People bring smart bracelets to record real-time data such as exercise, sleep, and some diet in daily life, and synchronize these data with mobile phones, tablets, and iPod touches to play a role in guiding healthy living through data.
The general smart bracelets on the market have different functions, most of which are used to track health data. For example, monitoring user health data such as steps, mileage, calorie consumption, and sleep quality, providing users with reasonable dietary, exercise, or sleep advice to help users better manage their health.
Most bracelets have 2-3 of them. Of course, there are also a few hospitals that use disease detection equipment to make watches, such as oximeters. But in the hospital, everyone is basically called oximeter, rarely called smart bracelet, of course, some merchants call it a smart bracelet for sales to individual users.
In addition to watch-type medical devices used by hospitals to diagnose diseases, most of the smart bracelets currently on the market are not tested by secondary medical devices, or are not licensed for secondary medical devices. A smart bracelet without a medical device license should be called an electronic product. The measured human health index can only be used as a reference and cannot be used for medical diagnosis. Therefore, the smart bracelets in our lives are usually non-medical electronic products.
Whether it is a foreign smart bracelet brand or a domestic brand, the core function of the smart bracelet is to serve as a health tracker to help users better manage their health, which is very helpful for our daily sports.